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My Book

Who Is “I”? How did I attempt to find “I”? It is done through a personal educational experience as I transition from school to the world. My “self” exploration started with identifying my personal experiences with four body parts: head, torso, hands, and legs. And each was given a specific material: plastic, wood, metal, and fabric. To understand my “self,” meditations and retrospections were implemented. The sensations and epiphanies were regurgitated, translated, and, finally, manifested throughout this progressive reiterative journey. The book is a testimony of the documentation snippets that serve as a memory milestone as I continue to traverse through this unknown web of realities.