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Ten years after this, I will be (Imagine 1)

As I looked at the act section for mission one, I could barely say that I learn to live from everyone. So it's hard to follow just one of them directly. So I decided to do this section instead, which asks me to tell me what am I going to be in the next ten years?

If I look back to the year 2000 (ten years ago), and ask my little self to tell what was I going to be doing at 2010, I'll probably hear an awesome answer. That's too late, I'm here now. But several thing I noticed, is that I have never figured out what I would be today. Because I lived just for the present, and that's also what I do now.

But I'm not that bad at 'imagining things', I'll probably look for something that is not yet found, just like what I did in these 10 years. For the past, if you really want to know, read the italic text. For the present, if you really want to know, read the underlined text. For the future, if you really want to know, read the bold text.

I was writing a novel and drawing a comic back then when I was 6 years old. I also tried to make a console game using traditional and manual methods (now I think that that was a heck of a kid I was). But nothing more. I did love computers and stuffs like maths, comics/mangas, building miniatures, and games. Probably if I were to be asked about what I would be 10 years later (or today at 2010), I wouldn't say that I'd be what I am today.

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I am today, is a student, which is still digging on what I was doing ten years ago: literary, comics, and games, especially computer games. The fact that I haven't changed what I did a lot still tells me that I shouldn't change a lot because I don't have to, and I don't want to, and I probably can't. However, I am learning something new, I never thought that I would be able to do these (my works, my accomplishments)things ten years ago. But "these things" are just not what I wanted my life to be. But in fact, now for me, life is about "these things". I'll gladly live it as it is. And now I'm joining the agents of evoke to learn something new, once again, for my next ten years.

Here's for the future, are you interested? I am, but I can never guess what I will be, because I've changed too much on the previous years. I think I'll be either a game developer or a comic artist, or both of them, or none of them at all. But what I think I will always do, is that I'll always learn to do new things and that I'll try to find a better way of living for those around me, if not everyone. And I'll much or less remember this game for sure.

That is probably all that I can share and imagine, thanks for reading whatever you have read.

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Comment by Jim Moraga on March 29, 2010 at 9:07am
Keep on trying to find your place and I like how you set goals. Courage... that is what you need to know when to hedge your bets, and when to just go with one goal (or two: artist & developer? I've met a couple like that)
Comment by Gabriel Stephanus on March 29, 2010 at 9:23am
Thanks. Yeah, I need a lot of courage both to defeat what is called time and to complete all of my current responsibilities. Two birds to throw with one stone...

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