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I am fascinated by the power of words as I feel that the ability to speak is one of the greatest gifts that we possess. I am an award-winning poetry writer and winner of the annual Lithuanian philosophy contest. Isn't it beautiful how we can express our subtle emotions and delicate feelings through words? Isn't it spectacular that I can connect with you through my writing?
By studying linguistics, I try to answer various questions about human behavior and how it is connected to different languages.
Linguistics and philosophy are two closely related disciplines that help us understand the complexity of human beings. I am eager to understand every aspect of the linguistic influence on people and share my knowledge with the rest of the world.
After finishing school, I have traveled to France, where I volunteered at the retirement home, taking care of the social life of elders and learning French. I do believe that we should never refuse to help people who need that help at the moment.
It was always my dream to enroll in philosophy and linguistics course at the University of Oxford. It was not easy to take a leap of faith and drop out of my studies in Lithuania, but I did it.
My goal is to come back home after my studies at the University of Oxford and apply my experience here, as a philosophy and linguistics course is currently non-existent in Lithuania. I believe that we all should devote our skills and talents to help Lithuania grow. And that's when we will grow together.