Imagine looking through a window at any environment that is particularly significant to you. Reflect on the scene, paying close attention to the relation between what you are seeing and why it is meaningful to you. Please limit your statement to 300 words.
When I look through a window, I see life. I see children playing on a green field and having a merry time. I see the cheerfulness and the laughs on their faces. I see old people sitting under a tree reminiscing on the good old days when they were once young. I see birds flying over the green, crisp land looking for food to bring home to their babies. I see squirrels running up and down the trees trying to search for nuts. Looking through a window I see life. The sun comes upon the horizon and rooster makes its presence for the day to begin. Looking through a window I see opportunity. I see all the things that I can become in life if I put my mind to it. I see a business man who will one day become the head of a big corporation and be like Donald Trump and say "YOU'RE FIRED!" Sometimes when I look through a window I see darkness. The feeling of not knowing where you are going or what you are getting into. I could be walking in circles instead of going forward or running to fast and falling off the edge of a cliff. But just as fate was sealed its self, a bright light shines through glass and a luminous ray is laid upon the Caspian Sea. Looking through a window I see waves. I see a fishermen hunting for food to survive, while competing with Mother Nature. I see the determination of human beings and how they cope with other individuals in the real world. When looking through a window the things that you find is limitless. The world is constantly changing and the view is not always what you want it to be; we must learn to adapt.