Sunday Sketch #1

I chose to make my avatar an image of me standing alone on Earth for two reasons. First, I’m an only child and I’ve had to learn to do a lot of things myself. I never had an older brother to teach me how to throw a football, or a little sister to play dress-up with. The image of me standing alone represents how I’ve learned to conquer my own world. In the picture, it may seem as if I’m lonely, as the only thing around me are stars and the vast universe. In reality, me standing alone is my way of showing that I’m perfectly content with learning and exploring my surroundings with nothing but my own thoughts.

The second reason I chose to use this picture as my avatar is my greatest fear is space. To me, space represents the unknown, and in this picture I’m surrounded by nothing but the unknown. This, however, doesn’t bother me because I believe that the only way that I can grow as a person is by surrounding myself with my fears. By doing this, I will eventually learn to overcome them. Sure, I may be scared in the beginning, but eventually I’ll become accustomed to my surroundings and I’ll be able to move on past what was once holding me back. This will allow me to continue to grow and prove to me that getting out of my comfort zone can have positive outcomes.

Images used: https://www.google.com/search?biw=1440&bih=706&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=NLN1Xe2rG-2P5wLozr1o&q=earth+in+space&oq=earth+&gs_l=img.1.0.0i67l4j0l3j0i67j0l2.19651.20337..21414…0.0..0.57.295.6……0….1..gws-wiz-img.sMH3Y3SCXgE#imgrc=ouzI-rmreH-qwM: Images used:

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