The Story of David Harmon

Soccer. Lots and lots of soccer. Volleyball also. Lots of sports. Being active is a big part of my life.

Faith. Church. Family and friends. All are very important to me. Service and helping others in need as well.

Outgoing. Friendly. Smart. Caring. Funny. Athletic. Tall-ish. Blonde. Tan.

Rough early years. Bullies. Not many friends. Shy. Quiet.

Better after 6th grade. Lots of friends. More outgoing. More more bullies.

High school now. New experience. More friends. More sports. More fun. Exciting. Lots of people. New and old faces.

Looking forward to the future. Nervous. Excited.

Welcome to the life of me.

I like the song “The Nights” by Avicii because they lyrics relate to me. My dad gives me good life advice. He tells me to follow my dreams and enjoy my life, like Avicii’s dad does in the video.

On Friday night at 9:00, I was at the PHS Knights football game with my friends, cheering on the Knights.

Playing soccer is a pretty much daily activity for me.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspires me because he fought and died for what he believed in. He is a role model to many people, and rightly so.
Mahatma Gandhi is a role model to me because he fought for peace and justice. He was a peaceful protester, which is a good way to protest because people don’t get hurt and it does achieve mostly what you want to achieve. I believe we need more people like Gandhi in our world today.
Malala Yousafazi is inspirational because she fought for women’s rights even though she was threatened by the Taliban. She was almost killed because she believed that girls should have to right to and education just as much as a man does. She was shot and almost died, but she kept on and continues to preach out for women’s rights.

F.E.A.R has two meanings- Forget Everything and Run or Face Everything and Rise. The choice is yours.


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