Armon Raygani

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Armon Raygani

Armon Neil

On the wings of maybe..

My name is Armon Neil Raygani, and I used to be afraid of what other people thought. I was afraid of standing out, or accepting all my differences because I'd be made fun of. Until March of 2010 I was practically paranoid of everything. I was very socially awkward and I didn't socialize much with others outside of school. I kept to myself and didn't bother others. This lifestyle came to a screeching halt when I gained a massive unexpected self esteem boost last March. I'm glad I am changed from this experience, because it has taught me to express myself as I am, and not care what others think.

I always knew I was a star And now, the rest of the world seems to agree with me. -Freddie Mercury

Ever since my life-changing experience, I have experienced new things, made new friends, and had much more fun in my life. My friends help me solve every-day problems and I am very grateful for that. I've cut my hair and got glasses, not caring what people think of them. I joined a band and I am the singer for it. I have learned a lot about music, and have come out of the closet. I have also learned who my real friends are (thank goodness). I am disgusted where there church is right now, but I hope that changes.

“You can't give up something you really believe in for financial reasons. If you die by the roadside - so be it. But at least you know you've tried. Ten minutes in the music scene was the equal of one hundred years outside of it.” -Robert Plant, Led Zeppelin

One day when I'm older and out of college/med school, I'd like to make it big with my band. We're all dedicated to the same thing: changing the world for the better through our music. With songs like "Friday" and that Justin Bieber girl, music is slowly but surely dying. We're living in a society where standard musical notation has been replaced by tabulature, talent has been replaced by autotune, and instruments have been replaced by drum machines and synthesizers. I believe my personal legend is to become a famous musician, and give my treasure to treasure to the world. Money doesn't bring happiness to me, but helping someone else with that money is much more worth it than having a masion on top of mount everest or something silly like that. I also want to donate to help find a cure for HIV/AIDS, which is a real problem, and caused the death of my all time favorite musician, Freddie Mercury (Faruq Bulsara). I also want to start a foundation for finding a cure for mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. Regular psychiatrist recommended drugs are poison, and I want to get the world to realize that they don't work. There's a lot I plan to do, but such little time to do it.


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