1. Introduction
  2. What are your talents?
  3. What do you enjoy doing?
  4. What skill or talent would you like to improve?
  5. What would you like to be involved in?
  6. Your outlook on life
  7. About what issues do you have the concern or feel most passionate?
  8. What would you like to learn more about?
  9. What have you always wanted to try but haven’t yet? Your dreams.

Hey there, I am Vaidehi. At the moment, I am completing IBDP from Fountainhead school, Surat. I do not believe I have any talents: skills I was born with. I feel I have developed all that I know by working hard for the same. I enjoy reading, especially on rainy days. Surprisingly, I like to drench in rain as well. I enjoy painting, as the picture would tell you. I adore music, but I am not the best musician out there (speaking from experience). I like crafting and designing things sometimes. Basically, anything which would tug at my creative sensations. I have great reverence for silence and solitude as I can’t seem to function without them. They are my coffee. I have yearning for knowledge and I like to gather it from everywhere I can. I take comfort in being the smartest person in the room yet someone smarter than me does not challenge me. It is an opportunity to learn more. I also love people-watching. I want to improve my painting and artistic skills and I wish to learn to carry a conversation. I wish to be involved in movements against illiteracy, bullying and harming the environment. I also hope to be a part of an elite psychological society. That would be nice. I believe in living life with no regrets. Also here are the two quotes I religiously live by: “When you are talking, you are repeating what you already know. When you listen, you might learn something new.” and “Only dead fish go with the flow.” As is said, I am deeply concerned about illiteracy in our country, bullying in schools and our environment. India is a populous country and mostly, this has been our disadvantage. To turn this into our asset, education seems to be the only option. We will have a great advantage if we have an army of informed individuals. Bullying at a young age sows the seeds of anger and distrust for other people in society. We start to not trust strangers and develop a thirst for power at a young age and this has proven to be dangerous in society. Therefore, I feel it is important for children to not be involved in bullying to form the basis of a better society. Why the environment? It’s a no-brainer, just to survive on Earth. I also wish to be involved in promoting positive mental health and not feel ashamed of sharing our emotions. I am a feminist and stand for empowered women. I want to learn more art, more in psychology and just about everything. My dreams are too big and cannot be fit into a few words.

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