erinhchoThreads: 6Posts: 27Author: Erin HyeJin Cho Nov 30, 2009, 09:12am #1What's the best advice you've ever received? What's the best you've ever given?Everyone lives a life for themselves; they don't live for anyone else. My father has always said that I should not study for anyone else. He said, "I know you don't like to study, but unless if you live in Korea and have no exceptional talent, there is only one way you can construct a great future and it is through studying well." This advice touches me deeply. He realized that the teenager life was most important time after he graduated college. He told me that he knows most students do not want to study, but that will ultimately affect their future. From his advice, I feel I have to study or think about my future as soon as I can. Now I am trying to listen to what my father said because he knows more about how the life is going to be. I have my own dream to live a valuable life. I will do my best every moment.I have played the piano since I was three years old. My parents didn't pressure to me play the piano. Instead, I had great time with my tutor and friends in the learning center. Those are the best reasons I continued playing the piano. I like playing the piano in front of people, and enjoy playing many different kinds of songs. I have participated in competitions and performances since I was in elementary school. I know I have a talent for playing piano, and I am very thankful that my parents helped me discover my talent and encouraged me to continue playing. I was fortunate enough to find my passion in young age, and I have excelled advice to my own peers is to find their own passion and enjoy it.i think i have some grammar errorsalso some sentences don't make sense..could someone revise my essay please?