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May 21Liked by Arlen Bitsky

I can definitely relate to Brian's experience. I had a professor in college who was very passionate about his subject, and he really inspired me to learn more about it. He would often give us challenging assignments that forced us to think critically and creatively.

One assignment that I remember particularly well was to write a paper on a topic that we were interested in, but that we knew very little about. This was a daunting task, but it was also rewarding. I learned a lot about this "origami" topic, and I also learned a lot about myself. I realized that I was capable of learning new things, even if they were difficult. This experience gave me the confidence to pursue my interests, even if they were outside of my comfort zone.

Paying attention is one of the most important skills that we can learn. When we pay attention, we are opening ourselves up to new experiences and new learning opportunities. We are also more likely to be creative and innovative. I am grateful for the teachers and professors who have helped me to develop this skill. They have helped me to become a more well-rounded and knowledgeable person.

I believe that paying attention is a skill that can benefit us in all areas of our lives. It can help us to learn, to be creative, and to be successful. We all owe a deep debt of gratitude for the teachers and professors who have helped us to develop this skill.

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