Letter from the Editor


I love feeling inspired.

Whether it’s by something I saw, heard, experienced or learned about, I love the feeling of inspiration. It brings so many ideas into my mind, most of which I have to write down before I forget them. It serves me well to be inspired. I’ve always considered myself more on the creative spectrum, and while I can’t draw to save my life, I can write. And I write best when I’m inspired. My problem is finding inspiration and maintaining it. There are a few lifelong constants, like my family and my best friends. Then there’s my favorite author, who is one of the most hardworking people I’ve come to know of. There are movies, books and music that make me want to work harder to get where I want to be. And there are people like Sharon (pg. 10) — the ones who stand out because of how powerful their stories are. I’ve known her story since sophomore year, but I never found the right way to share it until now. Her art, work ethic, passion and goals have stuck with me, inspiring me for two years. It’ll continue to inspire me for the rest of my life. Whatever it is that inspires you, I hope it continues to do so. I hope that we all become people who inspire other people. Because I think we can achieve some pretty powerful things when we’re inspired.


Charmaine Lim


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