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I recognize my adulthood as my years in University and Graduate School. In these years, I did not have the privilege of an African surrounding. I traveled to the heart of Occidentalism and studied the Europeans in their habitat. I even participated in their politics. In University, I became the Vice-President of a prominent feminist organization: I partook in their useless campaigns and learned much about them. Without an official position, I rescued Africans, physically and mentally. After graduating early and with honors, I went to Graduate School in Astrophysics. However, by this time, I gained status as a Philosopher-King, so my thrill for Graduate Studies petered out until I left the program.