Freedom of decision– an obscure notion to most people of my age. We are frequently told what to do and how to do it. When that other voice is taken away, what is left? At first, I admit I was a bit startled by my realization of how my life was governed by others. When given that type of freedom, the question is: what do I do now? It challenged me in a way that I wouldn’t have been challenged before: I was, in a way, forced to break the habit of completing a task just to complete it. The circumstances: do what I want to do, in whatever way I feel like it. So, having this profound realization in my mind, I set out on a journey of discovery that was fueled by inspiration. I was sitting here, scrolling through endless websites and pages when I finally saw it. It was a glorious moment. For the past week, I was working on this; trying my best to tweak it and to make it suit my desires. I have attained a plethora of knowledge on how to make things look the way I want it to look such as blending layers upon countless layers to achieve something that is, if I dare say it, pleasing to the eye. Although it isn’t quite there yet, I’m proud to say that I have been working my hardest on it. I believe that this type of self-learning combined with the drive for achieving mastery constitutes vast self-improvement. Basically, AMP gives me the freedom of creation, and during that process, I feel more involved when I’m working towards a greater cause than a grade. If extended, AMP will continue to do this, and I will continue to create work that, I believe, has a greater meaning because of my true motivation to do so.