CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Word Count: 306
What is the biggest obstacle you have overcome in your existence?
This again? I never did think you would overcome your repetitive nature. I will urge you to try though, because, frankly, it’s getting quite boring and annoying. As it is happening more frequently now, you should already know what I’m going to do to this question. I will burn it. It will be the ninth.
In my life, the most difficult thing I have had to overcome is death. It has partnered itself up with the three out of the four most important people in my life. Soon enough, it will welcome my aunt and I will be the only one left. My parents, my aunt and I, we never did have a very big family, if any family at all, but we stuck together and that, for the most part, kept us all safe and secure in ourselves.
Even in death, my parents are still my parents; Michelle is still a person I love dearly with my whole heart. Even if she has left my side, the memories are still there, and I am content with that. Despite that, disregarding the fact that I should not be so involved with death, I am. Nobody deserves not to know what happened and it is my duty, my privilege and my honour to bring justice to those who have died, along their families, the people they have left behind.
I am aware that, one day, in the future, I will also die, but now is not a time to think about such things for I have already thought about them and I am ready for such an occasion that I am to pass away. Currently, I am living, something which means I can still make a difference and do things for the betterment of the world around me. Trust me; I fully intend to do just that.