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'Love for the human body' - Stanford Intellectual Vitality

lisa6394 4 / 7  
Nov 2, 2011   #1
Stanford students possess intellectual vitality. Reflect on an idea or experience that has been important to your intellectual development.

I have always loved the human body. Even from an early age I found it interesting. I love how everything's connected, and figuring out how the brain operates everything. The body is an infinite source of knowledge. Senior year I had my heart set on taking anatomy. I was ready, eager to learn everything I possibly could about the body. But, I didn't get in. I was really mad at first; especially the fact that all my friends had got in. I wanted to learn. I looked on Amazon and paid for a copy of "Grey's Anatomy". I was so excited when it came that I immediately sat down and started reading. If I couldn't take anatomy, I was going to teach myself. I read that book cover to cover. It was incredibly fascinating! All the inter-workings of it, all the connections, I had never thought the body could be that cool. I ended up helping the anatomy students do their homework. I can't wait to take an anatomy class in college, for real. Reading that book has made me see that I really want to pursue this subject more in college and eventually fulfill my dreams of being a doctor.

Is this ok? I don't know. I'm at 201 words btw. Please feel free to edit! Thanks!
Prettywings 1 / 74  
Nov 4, 2011   #2
I love how everything's connectedthe interconnectedness of the human body , and figuring outdiscovering how the brain operates everything

I was really mad at firstIntially I was quite angry ; especially the fact thatsince all my friends had got in.

could be that coolso intriguing .

I can't wait tolong for the day when I will take an anatomy class in college, for realand turn my fantasy into a reality .
OP lisa6394 4 / 7  
Nov 6, 2011   #3
Thank you! That helped a lot!!

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