Micah Hayashida is a strange person. He really has no clue what he wants to do with his life; everyone says that’s normal, but he doesn’t feel like it. He plans on taking a gap year to focus on making music and deciding whether he wants to go to college and what he would major in.
Micah is a decent student, he just learns slowly. He got through high school and tried his hardest.
Throughout high school, Micah stayed active. Freshman year, he played soccer and ultimate frisbee, and for the rest of high school, he practiced karate at a dojo. He had great teachers from TPS, like Mrs. Beachler and Señora Kelly, and from outside of TPS, like Mr. Callihan of his Great Books Class and Ms. Hess of his Inklings Class. Yet, of all his teachers, the one he thanks the most is his mother, who has been there for him always. She structured his school for him throughout his whole life and gave her life to him. To say that Micah is merely thankful is an understatement. The thing at Micah’s core is the want for truth, beauty, and goodness. Wherever those three nebulous, ambiguous ideas lay intertwined, that is where Micah wants to follow. If Micah is being honest, he doesn’t even know what those words mean. Finding their meanings and incarnations is the purpose of Micah’s life.
When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?
It changed based on my interests. First it was a train conductor because of Thomas the Tank Engine, then a professional Lego builder, then a YouTuber because of Minecraft, and lastly a rock star because of a deep love of rock and heavy metal music.
Favorite Bible Verse:
Genesis 1. It demonstrates creation was created as wholly good.
To be everywhere is to be nowhere.