I am doing my paper on moral encouragement for my ethic class and guess who I'm doing it on?
AYA KITO! maybe she's not famous.. but let me tell you
She was the girl who dealt with her disease, ataxia, which came to be known ruining her life when she was 15 years old. And unfortunately she died on her age 26 with a book titled one liter of tears.
I'm trying to connect how her action such as sustaining her normal life while still loving her life as well as her environment as to respect human life and fighting discrimination that she faced, to moral encouragement.
What moral action did she do that changed the world? - I said it was her bravery to fight her disease and be normal to show the world that even though ataxia ruined her body, but it does not ruin her life, and thus people have to respect human's life. She said KEEP LIVING..
anyway. back to ME.
I'm so frustrated on my messy paper, 'currently' so let me post some pictures taken yesterday
It's my top that become a problem: it was from a thrift store (again. uh?!) and I thought " wow I think this top can be a good source of styles" (I mean I can play with it)
But I got a trouble, you know yes I love fashion, but doesn't mean I'm good with it right?
So I hope you can give me some IDEAS how would you play with this top other than what I did??
and so, how do you feel today? I did take some break while writing this blog and tidied up my paper :)) it feels better now, but still very wondering if my paper will work on the topic.
Any suggestion?? Because seriously I have no interest on neither famous historical person, nor interviewing other people that change the world ;(
How would you work with this white top?
yes it is simple.. therefore I believe that there are lots of ways to play with it! :))
catherine catarina au jong