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Human #24

By Maria Divina Canalita, Staff Writer

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“I would feel proud of myself seeing how much I have had accomplished, having struggled and been put through so much whether it be just in school or in my extra curriculars. Thinking of me finishing strong, if my future goes the way I want it to go, motivates me now actually thinking about it. From the trials and errors that have happened, I have learned a lot. Thinking back, my positive thinking would have seen myself greater and my negative thinking, what I am right now is mediocre. I want to aim higher because I’m competitive from the motivation I get from all the other students. This is who I am.”

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Maria Divina Canalita, Staff writer

Maria Divina Canalita is a junior at George Ranch. This is her second year on The Wrangler Staff of GR. She likes to free-write anything. She's been taking...

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