– as he says. As he first came to America in 1968, his English were very poor. He knew from the beginning, that he had to learn English well, to achieve his dreams. He started taking lessons so that he could blend in to the American culture, and as he states, it is important that you give something back to america. Schwarzenegger himself, worked with charity and became governor of California in 2003.
America, the country that many dream to live in, the country that promises a change to one’s lives and give them opportunities they would never get haven’t they been here. America the great is what they call it, but is this country really that great? Or are we choosing to show the great while we hide major underlying issues that deserve attention? For many years America has painted this picture of a perfect life, perfect job, and perfect family, well what does it take for one to live that lifestyle? They say you come here, pull yourself by the bootstraps and if you just work hard enough you will have everything you need.
Instead of waiting and offering service for installments, repairs, buildings and some things for their house, American always do believe their capability and find solutions and finish work themselves. Furthermore, they also hope to get both financial and emotional independence from their parents as early as possible. This thing is fully contrary to me, I cannot imagine a life without relying on family and friend for emotional and financial support. In the end, I find that there is a difference between two cultures and due to my avid interest in American above values I choose to follow cultural values of my country. However, I find the American ethic of hard work attractive.
Throughout the course of recorded history people have always had ambitions of living a safe and secure life free from excessive control. The discovery and expansion of America created a melting pot for people from all over to immigrate and begin new lives. The people migrating to America dreamed of a new beginning and a flourishing lifestyle, driven by hard work and dedication. The American dream can be accomplished through perseverance and hard work to achieve our goals; and the strong sense of community to increase the well-being of everyone, not just oneself. In Alexis de Tocqueville’s, That the Americans Combat the Effects of Individualism by Free Institutions, it is made clear that the American dream can be accomplished by oneself through hard work.
The American Dream is a little different for everyone but that is everyone’s goal in life to reach their American Dream. In The Great Gatsby, most of the characters wants to reach their American Dreams. But not all succeed in the process of obtaining it why is this what was stopping some of the characters from reaching the goals? Also the characters in this novel prove that they are hollow and don 't think about others and only look after themselves In The Great Gatsby why do the characters feel like its is in there best interest to only look out for themselves and not the others in The Great Gatsby? The American Dream for most people, is an unreachable dream, but everyone wants to reach it.
Given series show different post-technocratic era where ordinary people survive and interact with each other and the hostile environment to reveal their true nature and the real value of the things needed for everyday survival and living as well as new understanding of being secure and content. People who are tired of endless pursuit of wealth which they believe can give them happiness make up the target audience. The audience is supposed to open its eyes to the reality that the list of things to buy and loans they have to pay out do not cost anything in different circumstances. The essay provides an in-depth analysis of the series with reference to other sources as well as the author succeeds to convey the idea through consistency of ideas, including self explanatory examples, and using rhetorical
Immigrants came to America seeking freedom and better jobs and land. “Many immigrants had heard stories that the streets in the United States were paved with gold.” (History book 587 ) Some push factors that brought immigrants to America, were farm jobs lost due to new machinery, crop failure, land shortage, political unrest, and religious persecution. The pull factors were the promise of freedom, guaranteed freedom of religion, available factory jobs, more land for farming, and family members already there telling of all the exciting possibilities. The immigrants probably were told by family members how they could still hold onto their religious beliefs and customs there. Their family would be familiar with everything, so they could help them to find jobs and adapt to new customs and ways of life in America.
The dream wasn 't so much about hope, but about money. It wasn 't about what you personally wanted, your true happiness, but it was about what others thought of you and how you looked. The ultimate goal was to be married, have kids, be better than everyone, be rich and have an enormous house. In this generation, the American Dream for everyone is different, everyone has different goals and things they want in life. But what was Gatsbys American Dream?
Success and Prosperity, two words that define the American Dream that every U.S Citizen would like to achieve. But, is this Dream alive and available for everyone? In the article “Hillbilly Elegy”, and the book Scratch Beginnings both discuss how the American Dream could be accomplishable for certain people. Many do believe that it is possible for anyone to reach this dream because there is a variety of government programs that are willing to help the low income families or individuals who need an extra push. There are also multiple citizens that need help but do not qualify for certain programs based on their families income.
Along the history Americans never conceal their pursuit of a free, rich and happy life and always work hard for it, which they call the American Dream. The American Dream is the general belief of Americans and also the symbol of their spirit and culture. For the first time in 1931, the author James Truslow Adams defined this term in Epic of America. "The American Dream is that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement." During the period of The Depression, the American Dream reminded people of keeping forward because people get what they deserve.