Most importantly, I hope to visit every continent. I have always had the dream of traveling all over the world and finding the place where I want to live for the rest of my life. I imagine myself studying abroad somewhere in Europe for a year in college. I think that studying abroad allows a person to have a meaningful experience since he or she will learn everyday while also living in a completely different place that give you more experience in the real world. Along with this, I want to do more than just traveling; I want to do everything that a person is able to do on each continent. I want to see the wonders of the world, climb Mt. Everest, etc. Traveling is the most important thing I want to accomplish, because aside from my absolute love of travel and adventure, I want to experience culture and worlds that I have never been exposed to before. By visiting each continent, I know I will be fulfilling my ultimate goal of finding a place where I want to spend the rest of my l...
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...ne day a stranger did something nice for me. If it becomes a tradition it will affect more than just me and the person I helped, but also the person he or she helped and so on. Hence, I want to do something nice for someone else to benefit more and more people and create a tradition.
Therefore, my bucket list items stand as more than just completing a task. Each has a meaning beyond the physical one. By completing them, I will be able to become a better person. Traveling the world will influence the type of person I am through my insight from seeing the different cultures and wonders. Also, sky diving will make me more confident and less afraid to try new things. Finally, doing something nice for a stranger will live a legacy by impacting more people than just myself. Like Hansen’s quotes, I will become the person I want to be by fulfilling my bucket list.
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