By Lisa Zuberi/ABC NewsOne of the hardest decisions you’ll make when choosing a major is deciding on your major.
For many, it’s a matter of what kind of education you want.
For others, it can be more personal.
For me, my major was a minor in philosophy.
I took a three-year course at the University of New Hampshire in the fall of 2017 and was accepted in March 2018.
I chose it because I had the opportunity to study under two of the greatest philosophers in the world, the late Greek philosopher Aristotle and the late German philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.
I thought the courses would provide me with a solid foundation in philosophical thought.
I did well, and my advisor encouraged me to go on and pursue my interests in other areas.
But I didn’t fully grasp what I was going to be studying.
I knew that the philosophy of philosophy would be a core part of my major, but I didn.
The next semester, I did a philosophy of physics seminar with another philosophy major.
I wasn’t a very good student.
I just didn’t know how to use the information I had.
That semester, the professor explained that, by the time I was done with that, I was probably better at philosophy than physics.
I was still learning about the nature of reality and what it was like to live in a world that exists.
I could use my background in physics to help me with my major and help me to become a better student.
I learned a lot, but it wasn’t enough.
The professor told me that my philosophy was so bad that I wouldn’t be accepted to graduate school.
I wanted to pursue something else.
I went to a conference in a town near my home, and I went home and tried to make it up to my father.
I talked to my mother about this, but she said she didn’t want me to be a burden on her.
I think the first time I asked my father to support me was when I was a sophomore in college.
He told me to work hard.
I worked hard.
He helped me with all of my classes, and he also gave me the chance to live with my parents, who were very supportive.
My parents even encouraged me not to ask my father for money because I was too young to repay him.
I also wanted to help my parents out with all the expenses.
The only thing I was really able to do for them was to work.
My father helped me a lot financially, but he didn’t have any friends to help out.
So, I decided that I was just going to do my best.
I enrolled in my second semester of high school in February 2019.
I made sure to take a two-year minor in American history and American politics. I didn