Part 2: My favorite profile was the engineer and entrepreneur because I love the mindset she expresses. Noramay states, "Every time I toured a factory, looking at safety and ergonomics, I thought, Let me put myself into the shoes of the person sitting here." That's empathetic thinking, and that is a rare trait you find in people, but it's a vital one. I always try to be empathetic and sometimes I forget, but that's just being human. Also, I learned that MIT only has an acceptance rate of 7.9%. Noramay was one of the lucky ones to be chosen because she worked hard, and achieved greatness, even though people didn't believe in her.
Part 3: Some perks for staying in Ohio would be my family and friends are close by for support whenever I need them. I know how things work, and Ohio is a very tolerant state, so that's nice. As for the downsides, I would say I would have a feeling of being trapped and bound to this place forever, and I wouldn't get to experience the rest of the world; meet new people; try new things. If I was forced to move, I would move to Canada. Now, I know it's not a state, but I've always loved the idea of moving their for the french cuisines, and the Niagara Falls.
|The marvelous beauty of this astounds me, and I've always wanted to go visit it.|