Growing up with my parents instilled within me a great ordeal of curiosity. They taught me that there is nothing wrong in asking questions because that is the only (and obvious) way to get answers. At that defining pizza moment, I wanted to know what created such masterpiece and of course how can I eat it again. At a very young age, my parents took off my lease and let me experience freedom (with moderation). When I was 9 years old, they allowed me to have my own phone which was a Nokia Flip Phone. I learned the basic use of phones because I had a method to reach my parents and ask them to pick me up after school. I developed my problem solving skills because of that because I knew what I need to do in case of emergencies.
I questioned whether my parents gave me too much freedom that time because I go the luxury of doing what I please. They allowed me to do trial and error with my phone (which eventually ended in a disaster). I led my phone to its distraction by exploring its batteries. What I learned from that experience is that it’s okay to make mistakes but it is also important to learn from them. Now, my new phone is functional and intact.
After every crazy things I have done in the past, I thank my parents for allowing me to discover and learn on my own. They did not spoon-fed me with information but rather taught me to be curios and innovative. In the future, I would still love to explore new horizons and open new doors of possibilities. Although there are struggles that will come my way I know that I can make it through because I will learn each time as I pick myself up. Learning remains my main fuel in everyday life, I will push myself to great heights because of my sheer dedication towards discovering.