Passion is being referred to something that you are passionately desire in doing some matter of things. It includes your eagerness and curiosity that would possibly bring you into joy. In some ways, we mostly use our important part of our organ which is the heart. Indeed, it is true that we frequently use the heart to decide something in how we suppose to do and decide in a certain way. Heart does not lie. It always tells the truth desire compassionately. As I do, I have to consult my heart in everything. I tend to make a decision through the use of it. I know if I follow my heart, the result would be pleasant and not regrettable. In same aspect, there are several of passions that I would always want to do, but at this
Many people have various valuable items that they cherish, some only have a few but everyone has that one thing that hey hold close to their heart over everything. My one item happens to be a necklace that my papa got me for Christmas right after he was diagnosed with liver cancer. This necklace means so much to me because of the character behind it, the many feelings it gives me and the heartfelt memories behind this one simple gift.
My research on free community college has brought me to your article in the Los Angeles Times “Why Obama's plan for tuition-free community colleges is a good idea” in which you describe how free community college would benefit this nation and exemplify national principals. Your opinion is similar to that of the President, and the democratic presidential candidates. What differentiated you from the others with your stance is your genuine belief in you argument. You were not trying to sell us the plan like the President was, but you were stating what your truly thought was the best for America. The article was written in a very timely manner as America is searching for ways to revitalize our economy and educational system. As you may know, I
Starting as a tiger cub, scouts was something that I looked forward to each week. There was not a lot of responsibilities. I just showed up each week and the adults had something fun planned. I made lots of friends through it and we all had a good time. As we advanced we learned more and more and got more responsibility. With each rank the group of us got smaller and smaller. The last ranks were Webelos 1 and 2, they signified a transition towards Boy Scouts. The requirements were harder and we had a lot more responsibilities.
While you grow up through school, you hear over and over that college is a must if you want to land a good job as an adult. That seems reasonable, I have to get a higher education to get a job with more money and potential. Then comes junior year and you go to look at schools and you see the price of tuition. Everything changes, college isn’t just a dream anymore it's a burden.
I do not believe that I deserve this twenty-five thousand more than anybody else in my
From the glistening dew across the evergreen plains to the silence and darkness filling the nights, our country is purely diversified. The moment we had the courage and strength to rebel against Great Britain was treacherous and a brutal beginning.
As a kid growing up in the tough streets of South Philadelphia, I learned that there are many individuals who are at a disadvantage. Many citizens in those impoverished areas require resources that they are uninformed about. During my childhood, my mother struggled with drug abuse and poverty. We had many nights where we did not know if we were going to eat or have clean clothes for the next day. As I became older, I realized that education could be my way out of poverty. I buckled down and tried to take advantage of the free education provided to us by the government. The more I learned, the more I realized that my goal in life was to help those in need. West Chester is an excellent university for me because they match my passion for human rights and diversity. As an African-American man, I believe that everyone is entitled to the same rights and opportunities. While growing up impoverished, I found ways to help people to the best of my ability. During my high school years, I would take money given to me by grandparents to buy food for the local elderly in the neighborhood. I would
“I have a motto on my bedroom wall: 'Obstacles are what you see when you take your eye off the goal.' Giving up is not my style. I just want to do something that's worthwhile.” – Burke
Many Americans believe the solution for our lack of education, of which the trend for numbers of people attaining a college education is increasing, is free college. Although the fact there are still thousands of Americans with no college education can not be denied, the solution for this should not be to introduce free college education. Many people criticize those who do not believe in this free college education as being simple minded, and never knowing the struggle of debt, however if these people were to look deeply into the matter they too could see free college is not a suitable way to increase education levels.
Every day we meet people, we say hello, and we hear two words that ultimately get lodged in our head. We tie those two words to a person's face. Later as we see this person more we learn to associate certain characteristics with those two simple words – smart, bold, beautiful. These two words? Their name. Emily Dunn, a name I first encountered my junior year of high school when a cheery eyed, enthusiastic, and brilliant girl walked into my Algebra Two class and sat next to me. Little did I know that I would come to associate words like – brilliant, humble, and ambitious - with two simple words. Emily
When I was little I hated ELA. I wasn't a fan of reading or writing. I think the reason was because I didn't have an interest in it. But then I thought to myself that ELA will always be with me. So the first book I was actually was interested were the Magic Tree House books. They changed my whole perspective of reading. I was in third grade when I started actually becoming more interested in books, which was a positive thing because every time I finish a book I felt accomplished. The problem about writing for me when I was younger was that I didn't like grammar. I was a terrible speller and I still am but it's a working progress now, but I was just not grasping how to spell words. Part of that was because I wasn't reading as much as I was supposed to.
Some people absolutely dread English class. It could be the forty-five minute class that ruins their day. This could be because of a previous paper they got a bad grade on, a teacher they didn’t like, or because they never learned to love it. This is not the case for me.
Calling Dr. Brown—I saw my first patients while in Mrs. T’s Imaginarium Court tucked in a corner of my K/1 combo class at Bergeson Elementary. It was a place of dreams and aspirations, painted with bold colors, lavished with fabrics and costumes, and encouraging an array of childhood imaginations. This corner represented my inner desires. Dressed in my white lab coat with a stethoscope draped over my neck, I sat anxiously awaiting the chance to cure my patients’ boo-boo’s, intent on serving my own dose of care and empathy.
Do you ever ask yourself , "Where do I come from" Well, I do all the time. I wonder who came before me, what were they like and what shaped them and their goals. I think about this all the time whenever we are discussing history in class. After some research and discussions with family members I have put together some stories about my family and the way my culture has shaped me.