My greatest aspiration has always been on improving myself personally and professionally. I always seek for perfection in whatever I do- in my writing piece of my paintings. Ironically, it’s never perfect and that is what leads me to my next step. The freedom that is instilled in me inspired me to write this blog, where I can share my writing pieces and get feedback to improve, share my paintings and photographs. Overall, This blog is going to be an amalgamation of writing pieces, my paintings and photographs.
Hello There !!!! I’m Tsewang Nuru Sherpa , originally from Nepal. I’m a senior in high school. My life so far has been an insane roller-coaster ride. Born in the lap of Himalayas, I grew up in the metropolitan Kathmandu. I’ve have had the opportunity to experience best of the both village and city life. Although I do consider myself as a city boy, I’m still proud of my roots, my background and my village instincts.
My life was like a cityscape, busy and vibrant. I was just another young soul eager to meet life’s challenges, and enjoying in my life without any worries. I proudly reached certain goals that defined the student I wanted to be. A self-motivated and hardworking student. But then I realized that there is another world awaiting me, another side of me that I have to explore. Another me that I have to give birth to.
I’m now an ambitious globetrotter, freelance painter; it’s what I would love to call myself. I enjoy playing tennis and swimming. One of the regrets I’ve had in my life is that I never got the chance to carry on my love for these two sports. But I still have the hunger to excel like I did when I was small by winning junior tournaments. My strong work ethic is what I’m really proud of. My hardworking nature really defines me and I owe my accomplishments to my work ethic. My leisure time is mostly accompanied by paintings. I love oil-painting especially being really bad at this. It give me the motivation to learn more. I aspire to be a biomedical engineer along with my environmental science degree. And give something back to my community and my village.
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