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Things I Wish I Could Tell My Younger Self

KIS students reflect on their past.

As much as we contemplate on what to do with what’s ahead of us, we look back in regret of the decisions we made as children, perhaps impulsively and for sure unforeseeing how it will affect us today.

How incredible would it be to have a mirror that not only reflects you from now but you from yesterday and you from tomorrow?

Let’s see what advice students at KIS would like to give their younger selves.

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Unfortunately, time is not a force we can overpower. And after all, it’s hard to live a life with No Ragrets. And that’s why we’re evolutionary beings–we learn from our mistakes!

 

 

– Yoo Bin Shin (’18)

Photos by Clare Kwon (’18), Victoria Shin (’19), Kyle Son (’20)
Graphic by Neo Pak (’19)

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