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In the PS, I talk about a philosophical perspective on morals and duty that has shaped my life. In sum, it illustrates an imperative that all have to act to "save" (help) others. This is shown by the jobs (emergency services) I've held focusing on "saving" (helping) other people. I'm having some trouble tying it back in to why exactly I want to be an attorney. But I feel that if I say this or something like it, schools would say you should stay in your current jobs, regardless of my gpa and lsat score.
Is this an issue? And is it too "high-minded" to state how a philosophical sense of duty shapes decisions?
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