Chrisna Khuon

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Chrisna Khuon
Posted about 1 year ago
What were 5 things you wish you knew as a senior in high school?
You seem pretty on top of you game, concentrate on getting into college first, if that's what you aspire. You have got to focus on what you are willing to commit with. Even if you're interested in those various activities don't get too confident that you know what they're all about from self educating (unless you are really passionate, then I apologize). I'm just starting my sophomore year in college and as a fellow confused child I really wished I 1) focused more on one activity I really enjoyed. I also did a lot of activities and things I can be proud to put on my resume, but I'm kind of a dabbler, good at everything not great at one thing. 2) developed some sort of passion/motivation. 3) took the time to learn more about myself in a non-headbanging way. 4) focused more on school (but I can't lie about the amount of fun I had while not) 5) developed a deeper relationship with those whom I had worked with, whether it be teachers, supervisors or classmates.Think of every friendship you make as an opportunity, you never know where they may take you later. I would multipy these answers by 3 to answer all of your questions. To add, if you find yourself to also be a dabbler be it in skill or interest, if you're looking for some sort of guidance on what to focus on I say just loosen up man. Instead of constantly testing shallow waters allow yourself to become obsessed with something. If you're finding yourself having a hard time to become obsessed, Make yourself obsessed. Learn everything you can about it, meet everyone and thing you can that interests you. The road you're looking for is guided by every hand you shake
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Chrisna Khuon
Posted about 1 year ago
What does it mean to be human?
I understand it sounds as if I'm bashing humans for arrogance, but I do not mean that we are the only ones to experience it. But as a race, Why do we undermine animals or trees for that matter because we aren't able to understand them? And in partaking in this trait it just seems like the natural equation for destruction. I don't consider my thoughts to cancel out the fact that there are similar life forms outside of the earth. I am just proposing that arrogance is a trait that follows ignorance. I personally feel like there is a wisdom that all life has that humanity has chosen to ignore because of our choices to not think in relativity, but rather in extremes. To answer the discovery of a superior race... Yes I do think humanity could be defined as submissive. There will always be an understanding of classes, hierarchy and castes. I think we would avoid confrontation the same way wild animals avoid humans in todays civilization or we can be just like dolphins, become domesticated and put on a good show.
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Chrisna Khuon
Posted about 1 year ago
What does it mean to be human?
Being human... I don't think there is anything in particular that differentiates us from the rest of the animals of the world. Growing up with a Public school education, around elementary school, I was taught that the ability to have emotions a little more complicated than anger, fear and contentment was what made us human. But that never made sense when learning Dolphins are one of the most sensual animals known to man. When a Meer cat dies they gather together and have almost a mourning ceremony where they all just tilt their heads down as if having a moment of silence. There was a wild whale who was save by a group of divers that came swimming back and went up to each individual diver just to be able to stare at them while allowing them to touch her. We can only assume it is a gesture of gratitude. Being human, to me, seems to be a type of ignorance that searches for superiority. I think the only thing that will ever worry about being oneself are humans. It is like a cycle of constantly figuring itself out. Humanity seems predictable, but why haven't we figured ourselves out? Thinking we are superior to the rest of the ecological world makes us think we are the best. While being the best we are so vain, we try to beat ourselves.