Let me work. "(10,11) Showing how war can be so harsh and cruel while grass is gentle while being a part of nature’s beauty. Sandburg wants us to realize even if we were not around for the time these battles were fought to never forget. He expresses his point to be aware of what has happened beneath out feet and to open eyes to see how far we have come to live the free life we were given because someone else lost their life to give us that right. This is very true today; millions have fought in wars for kids to born into a free life in America when we can completely forget all the suffering and toll these deaths have cause to families.
Ender’s Game, the battle school manipulates Ender by involving his family. The battle school involves Ender’s family by granting Valentine permission to speak with Ender. The school's intent was to put Ender back on the right path so he finishes his schooling and fights the buggers. By doing this, it makes Ender rekindle his love for his sister, this allows him to come to the realization that everyone on Earth has a family or someone they love. This realization then pushes him to do well in school and strive to save mankind.
The text begins by stating that Faham was affected by the Syrian civil war even though he was from an elite family, solidifying the fact that war can devastate anyone. This shows adaptability because Faham had to lead a massive lifestyle change due to the war, despite the power his family previously had. Secondly, the article states “‘You don’t appreciate all that you have until it’s gone,’ says Faham, who had a thriving plastic-surgery practice in Aleppo…” Because he had to learn to live a life without the successful business that his family thrived upon, Faham showed adaptability. Finally, the article mentions when Faham left Syria, he has had to cut his expenses in half to save money. This is an example of adaptability because Faham had to change his life according to the financial situation his family was in after fleeing Syria, leading to huge changes in their spendings.
My Story On What It is Like To Have A Severe Peanut Allergy I was a mere three-year-old at the time, transfixed eyes wandering up at my mom watching her devour some seemingly delicious cashews. “Can I try one?” I questioned with a huge grin plastered onto my face. “Of course!” my mom warmly replied back at me, handing me what I wished for. Within seconds, my entire face blew up, cheeks bigger than a chipmunk, eyes bigger than a fly, hives redder than a tomato; I had no idea what was happening. My mom panicked in a frenzy, dialed 9-1-1, and in a short period of time, I found out life-changing news: I was one of the unlucky 3 million people to be diagnosed with having a fatal peanut allergy.
Sitting in the crook of a cushioned armchair, I watch the smiling faces of infants flash across the screen of my aunt 's TV. I shift my weight to fold into a more comfortable position, only to be met by a cry of protest. I quickly jump up, my maternal switch being flipped, and begin to soothe. I whisper an old lullaby and hold her hands in mine. Once she has calmed down, I rewind to the beginning of the recorded Huggies commercial, as I had done hundreds of times before, and allow my grandmother to laugh and coo at the toothless grins on the television.
You want to go out and save the world along with eliminating the bad guys. Superman did incredible in protecting the ones he cares about and keeping Earth safe, but just like many people he had to deal with a lot of changes throughout his life. He had things to overcome as well. As he grew up from his childhood into his adulthood, he learned that Jonathan was right about his powers. One day they will need him and going forward he was then the guardian and protector of Earth and anyone in
I was feeling sick and was just getting over a very horrible stomach flu. I had just woken up from a long nap and hadn’t eaten anything all day, and I could smell strawberry Jell-O throughout the whole house. It smelled so delicious that I had to get up and go down stairs to have some. My mom had left the Jell-O in the fridge. I opened the fridge to grab one and I always went for the one in the very back because it was extra cold, which was excellent for my liking.
The contribution presented to my generation by America is the gift of freedom. Even though freedom may seem as if it is free many veterans lost their lives to ensure we had freedom. There are other gifts from America to my generation such as edification and technology. The rewards of freedom were able to be received because of countless veterans sacrificed their lives so we could live in a free country. Over the past two-hundred forty-two years, several veterans lose their lives everyday so we can live unreservedly.
Mean Girls I jumped out from my bed at 6:30 when my alarm turned off. I got dressed and went downstairs for breakfast. My mom was drinking her coffee in her favorite red mug with my picture on it. I was going upstairs back, when I heard a sweet voice “ Have a good day Kailey, on your first day of seventh grade.” In my family, it’s just my mom and me. My dad had cancer when I was five years old.
Whether one wants to be a doctor or a lawyer, the United States is certainly the best place to achieve one’s dreams. America is struggling, but the American Dream is not dead yet. For the hard work and the willpower of the people to fight for what is right has kept the dream alive. In addition, illegal immigrants that come over from different nations have created a great stew of cultural diversity. Cultural diversity is very important because we learn from one another, we come up with new ways of thinking, and it helps us recognize ways of being that are not necessarily our own.