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My childhood begins with tragedy: a near-death experience. As Kemet requires Priests to begin initiation at seven, I was initiated into the studies of ethics from around that age. My pre-pubescent memories are instructional. I observed Occidentals in their natural form, and, because of talents in mathematics, became privvy to the low self-esteem common among Original youth. In fourth grade, one Original classmate pointed to the racial and academic segregation of our elementary school, as proof that Occidentals were intellectually superior to Originals, and used this evidence to attempt to discourage my self-pride. I sought to provide a personal example to Original ability, receiving accolades galore in mathematics, physics and analytics. To this day, Childhood friends praise me for the inspiration I provided in those days; recognizing the love I have for our people.