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    A good motivating sentence

    I am writing an introductory paragraph and I need to write a VERY compelling motivator as the first sentence. But I am afraid my word choice of "urge" and "impulse" are not fitting in the sentence that I have written and they do not grab the attention.
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    A powerful inner impulse which has even become more intensified by gaining more knowledge in science and technology urges me continuously to be a part of an exciting and dynamic field that is the evolution of the future.
    what I want to say is: there is an inner voice in me that continuously persuades me to take up a technical field of study.
    I need help to modify this sentence in a way that it can attract attention in the first place.

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    Re: A good motivating sentence

    Try writing a simpler and more understandable version.

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