This essay is aiming to show the applicant’s deep thinking on the issue and how he utilized his opinion and his voice to challenge an idea.Original description of the essay is below:A liberal arts education challenges you to think critically, reflect purposefully and broaden perceptions. Describe ways in which you seek to step outside of your comfort zone and challenge the world views you hold.Here is the story I want you to write about: since the applicant’s parents are both firefighters, he gained more knowledge in the field than common public. Seeing neighborhoods kids are not very aware of the knowledge in preventing careless fires, he stepped out his comfort zone to set up a club in school, aiming to hold event and lectures in the community to educate people with less knowledge on this topic. The comfort zone is he is not super outgoing and he is even a bit shy. The driven force is that he can’t stand people get hurt because of not knowing the knowledge. The idea he is challenging is that fire outbreaks are distant from regular people’s lives so it is okay to not be really familiar with all the prevention knowledge even though it is highly recommend by the society (few people care). I would like you to write a story on how all these happened and focus on his struggle on stepping out of the comfort zone, and how his idea was challenged by the public and how he finally overcame it and made everything happen, people started to look at him in the good way after all his efforts.Write the essay in first person perspective, use logical linkage as needed.Word limit 250~300.