It should be opportunities given to everyone in America without showing favoritism. For most citizens and immigrants all they want is to be successful and be someone in life. They don’t want to be failures, they want to be someone that can tell their kids that they can follow their dreams in life and not be afraid to do so. “T’was mercy brought me from my Pagan land,Taught my benighted soul to understand. That there’s a God, that there’s a Saviour too: Once I redemption neither sought nor knew.
Many immigrants saw the Statue of the Liberty when they have their first view of United States. The statue represents new opportunities in life and it is an iconic symbol of the American Dream. Tan, Amy points out the meaning of American Dream in an interview that it is to provide citizens to choose their own way of living and the freedom to build up their own identity. There is no limit on the value of how people be themselves. They can be as crazy as they want, as creative as they want
To be whatever religion I desire, that is freedom. Here in America- especially my generation- we take our freedom for granted. People look at America as a happy, hardworking, free country. A country, that if you are diligent, you will be able to support yourself. America has given us so many chances but when will everyone learn to use them accurately.
Opportunity to become anything I want in America. Hope for our lives to become better. This is what makes our amazing country and I am so grateful for all these gifts. Freedom is one of the gifts I am grateful for in America. Freedom is being what I want to be and not being forced into something I don 't like, like a marriage or a job.
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. This diversity has built bridges to trust, respect, and understanding of many cultures around the world. Furthermore, this diversity makes our nation more of an interesting place to live, as many immigrants from many diverse cultures contribute to the new knowledge and different experiences that make this grand nation unique. It will be such a shame for the United States to close its doors to the immigrants who risk their lives to try to find an opportunity to build a better life for themselves and their families in this majestic nation of
He praises the students decision on attending college and truly believes it will benefit them. He explains how all students are required to take General Education classes, and that students should take advantage of the opportunities and information available. Bosworth advises to explore and be adventurous of the world seeing what it has to offer and everything a person can learn. He explains receiving a degree is not the end of learning, but only the beginning. Using what is learned to grasp further skills will push the millennial generation very far in life.
To me, there are many gifts that America has given to you and I. These gifts all might be taken for granted and not acknowledged by all of us, but they all make huge impacts in how we live our lives. These gifts can be our freedoms, our land, and our laws. Although these are all grand, I think that the biggest gift of all is being able to call all of these gifts ours. It is a gift being able to do this because we are able to live free lives, believe in what we like, and say what we like.
Many believe they have used this as a device to “screen out” the African American parents wishing to adopt. Written in the Position Statement regarding transracial adoption it is stated that “Black families can be found when agencies alter their requirements, levels of approach, and change their definition of what is considered a suitable family” (NABSW.) Many could question why there is a remarkable difference in the number of white parents adopting than African American parents. The NABSW believe that adoption agencies have always catered to “middle-class” white people, and have done so even more because of the decreased number of white children available for adoption, and the large amount of African Americans still available in hopes to motivate them into adopting a child of color. In reality, the standards set for prospective parents to adopt or foster a child are not set with
I also feel we are held accountable to be an upstanding citizen and help the community. However, I feel as Christian citizens it 's our responsibility to share the gospel of Christ to whoever we can and show the world a Christian perspective. Ordinarily, as Americans, we should know and participate in the saying of the national anthem and The Pledge of Allegiance. At all sporting events the national anthem is played, this should be a time of respect. All able people should be standing either in silence or reciting to show tribute for their freedoms.
My main responsibility as an American Citizen is to prepare myself for the future, to respect, and represent my county in an affirmative manner. As a highschool student learning about history and politics it 's my obligation to pay attention, to watch, and to learn from other people 's mistakes. In this Country, I have freedom. Freedom of Life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. Having freedom is such a substantial matter that many people take advantage of.
This why the young generation fights so hard for equality because their upbringing made them accepting towards all people and concerned about human rights. For example, The BlackLivesMatter movement that is going on, millennials are the majority of people out supporting and protesting. Knowing they are the future leaders of American, they feel the need to make a change in order to live in a peaceful society. The young generation is going to rewrite the current laws because they more open to change and are now able to express their voices through the use of the internet. The generation is more open to change because of their passion for social equality and have “this desire for authenticity, our
Today, this aspect of the First Amendment still attracts people to our country. It is also one of the many reasons why the United States is referred to as “The Melting Pot”. Additionally, we are guaranteed the right to petition the government. This simply means that we can present requests to the government without fear of punishments or reprisals.
According to Webster’s Dictionary, the American dream is the ideal that every US citizen should have an equal opportunity to achieve success and prosperity through hard work, determination, and initiative according to Webster’s Dictionary. Although this is true, the goals of achieving the American Dream is different to individuals. For example, having a college education, a successful marriage, giving your kids a better life than yours, becoming famous, speaking english, or being an American citizen are all part of some people’s opinion on accomplishing the American dream. My American dream consists of having a roof over my head, a successful job, enough to eat, a happy wife and children, and a healthy life. I want a spacious house in a safe
If America remains the land of hope, then people of all classes, color, gender, and race will be given the chances to excel and to improve standards of living. The nation would encourage creative differences to give birth to innovative ideas and inventions, promoting growth. I pray that future America will continue to strive to win the incessant fight for equality of liberty. The recent legalization of gay marriage across all the fifty states of the country since June 2015 can be a representation of a battle towards the fair treatment of all people. The nation I envision is compassionate and open-minded, one that will respect heterosexual marriages and transgender culture, embracing all differences and similarities alike.
Being Human Requires Being Humble Humans are all individuals, but in America, we all unite as one. All us individuals can come together and find common ground. In “Making the Future Better, Together” and “A Quilt of a County”, it is shown how individuals come together with real life experiences. Patel and Quindlen both show finding common ground by describing how our country is hopeful of change, and people that would never be thought to help each other did. Patel and Quindlen are hopeful of our country, and believe that we unite under causes where we are all hurt, no matter our differences.