Since young I had hunger for knowledge and ease to digest information, these lead me to feel superior than those around me. I didn’t have use for my ability but using it gave me satisfaction and fulfillment. As time went on I began to notice others like me with certain skills at higher levels than my own, I saw them as challenges. I looked forward at finding others with skills and it was always hard to beat them in their game. Not being able to proof myself better drove me into making unexpected life changes to follow their paths. Practice was proof that I could become better than them. My only reward was knowing I was able to better them on their fields. The endless fight for growth toward every different made me lose footing. Like a dog chasing wheels I didn’t know what to do if I caught one.