The United States of America is a big, powerful and wealthy country in the world. The diversity of class, individuality, religion, and race are a few of the embellishments within the "melting pot" of our society. The blend of these numerous diversities is the crucial ingredient to our modern nation. America has been formed upon them, its inhabitants- the "average American"- have a single means in common; a single concept; a single goal; the American Dream. The Dream consists of a seemingly simple theory; success.
When our forefathers created this country on hopes and dreams, freedom of speech and, on our rights as human beings. They planned our government following through with all of these. The forefathers envisioned our government would protect our rights. When I think of "My Vision For America" I think of a better, stronger, and smarter government.
The America that i believe in is a land of freedom, bravery, and is rich with great minds who continue to push forward in technology in many ways.
In the movie Starship Troopers, there are two classes of people, Civilians and Citizens. What are the differences? Citizens are the men and women, rich or poor that serve in the Federal Service; service guarantees citizenship. This is a short period in which a person serves in the military. A universal service that requires young (Americans) citizen, men and females: healthy and the disable, to obligatory serve an allotment of time. Basically, you have to earn the right to be called a citizen; this sounds like a good idea. Civilians do not have same rights as a Citizen; they choose not to serve in the Federal Service. If a person does not serve, he or she are not allowed the same benefits like, to vote or have children; if you don’t serve
My hope for a better future in America is focusing on our people and progressively finding ways to discount hate, terrorism, poverty and unite as a whole. This could be accomplished by strengthening our communities, healthcare and education for our future generation. My message to all is to be strong and keep hope
First, let's define "American Dream". "American Dream" is what you would consider a "perfect life." It can be full of happiness, money, love, food, cars, whatever you desire, everyone has a different opinion. One person’s American Dream may be totally different from someone else’s, that is what makes us all individuals. My American Dream would include a good job and lots of money, spare time for my family and I, and most importantly, healthiness.
My vision for America is based on our founding fathers and the creation of this great nation. Our founding fathers lived with the intention of: Living free from tyranny, freely worshiping who they so please, and living life with values and pride for their families and nation. I envision a nation where God is the ultimate ruler. I see a future that follows our pledge of allegiance. I see a place where the homeless find homes, the workless find work, and the idle put forth an effort. I picture a future where the products say, “Made in America”. I don't envision our future nation filled with iPhone 30s, flying cars, or greater technology. I envision our nation’s future much like the dreamers who founded this land hundreds of years ago.
Lately, America has been a cruel place. Its suppose to be a place where you make your dreams come true, where you can start over, and where you can accomplish many things. But you can't do these things if America has inequality every where you go. America's inequalities are bad jobs, homelessness, sexism, and racism, I could go on with the wrong in America but all I would be doing is boring you. My vision of America is a place where you don't have any of these inequalities and where you can accomplish everything you've dreamed of.
My America is my dream and my future. My one little belief can change and better America. I am honored and blessed to be part of this great nation. I know to keep our country peaceful, unbiased and Christion based, I have to spread my beliefs to
Even though, American seems to be all peaches and roses it’s not. I have my own vision of America. It is for America to be successful by stop giving money to other countries, by helping the penniless and not letting society take over. The U.S. has an 18 trillion debt their debt is so big that they had to make up numbers. This are ways that has caused America not being able to be successful, But this can be reversed.
I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created equal.” I have
After mid-1990s (Swerdlow, 5), people from all around the world, including legal and illegal, searched for the American dream and landed in the same location – United States. According to Changing America, “more than 60 percent of immigrants have come from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Latin America” (Swerdlow, 5), showing America’s high schools - such as J. E. B. Stuart (Swerdlow, 5) - are made up by different races and ethnics. By looking at the picture on page eight, it signifies America distinguishing feature, demonstrating that the United States’ population is made up by individuals that born in different nations.
My family has always believed that there is a path set by God for everybody in this world. Personally, I am very religious just like my family. I go to church every weekend and assist with anything for the church. Still, I never believed in the concept that everything is interconnected and happens for a reason. Well, that is, until now.
Obesity is a growing problem in America. If Americans would eat healthy and exercise more, we could drastically increase our lifespan. Diet and exercise are essential to a healthy life. By eating healthy, getting enough exercise knowing the benefits of diet and exercise, and knowing the health risks for being out of shape we can change America for the better.