Throughout my entire life, I have challenged myself not only academically but also to better myself, and my community. I try my best at everything that I do, whether that is in my schoolwork, at home, or at work after school. Often times when people hear that I am an only child, they assume that I get everything handed to me, but that assumption is completely wrong. My parents have always taught me that you must work for success. I believe that I have been pretty independent for most of my life, not only because my parents got divorced when I was ten years old, and because I am an only child, but also because my dad moved to Colorado leaving me with only my mom and grandparents in town as my family.
When I stood up for my mom and I was when my father decided he could talk to us however he wanted. When things would go bad he always thought that was when he could mistreat us. When I say he thought he could mistreat us is he thought he could sit there and put my mom down and just thought he could tell me what to do. Well one time I had gotten in trouble and my father
Franklin claims that he has been living long enough to see errors that he made, therefore as he grow older, he tend to “doubt of [his] own judgment” because nobody is perfect due to his past experiences (43). The informations that Franklin presents is to show his reputation that he is not perfect, also his constitution but he is open minded and willing to make what is best for the people. The perspective errors of the constitution have, is being “sacrificed to the public good” meaning all the flaw that constitution have will not be reveal to the people (44). Franklin is very passion about what is best for the people and their happiness, furthermore his characteristic is very respectful toward the citizen and the congress. As a result, Benjamin Franklin is a wise man, in order to create trusts from the members of the congress, he utilizes his ethos by accepting his fallibilities and willing to do good for the constitution to be
No not home he does not remember my mom being a man. Then it occurred to me she wasn 't, a man the person next to me was my brother. He woke when I shook him and looked at me, then suddenly started explaining everything and why he had to do it. When he had finished he asked me to join him and I looked at him and said “no, it’s too risky I wanna go back to mom.” Well you can’t, we made her forget that you and I were born and took all your gifts it’s at--- WHAT! YOU MADE MOM FORGET US I CAN 'T BELIEVE YOU 'D DO THAT SHE WAS MY ONLY FAMILY LEFT!
Life’s what you make it Can you imagine not being able to choose whether or not you want to be a part of a life filled with violence? Some people are just sucked into it because of choices other people make. For instance, Geoffrey Canada’s mom moved him & his three brothers into to the south Bronx where the journey of violence then began. In the memoir Fist Stick Knife Gun the narrator Geoffrey Canada goes through a series of events that eventually influences him to become the man he is today. Geoffrey Continues to reflect on his experiences and shows how he learned from them being that he grew up very poorly compared to an average kid in a rough neighborhood in the south Bronx where he went through a number of life-changing or eye
The students' cessation of doing Membean bothered Ms. Costello to the point where she decided to give her students an extra credit assignment. Tom Buchanan looked as if he was suffering from a malady when we began to realize his wife and his mistress were slowly slipping away from him. Abigail Williams and her lies appeared indomitable to John Proctor, which led him to accept death at the end of the story. Gatsby recognized Dan Cody was a pathological drinker, and after seeing the consequences of this level of drinking, vowed to stay sober. At times, Chris McCandless' Transcendental beliefs seemed to go into remission, like when he got a job at McDonalds.
Both Beck and I are known for having political rants. Some of my friends warn other people, like Beck’s fellow climbers warn Krakauer, not to get into political arguments with me because I will argue my point and disagree with you for as long as possible. I felt a special connection to Rob Hall because he reminded me of my dad. My dad likes to plan our trips meticulously; like Rob Hall plans his team’s entire trek
Chappie faced many disappointments during his life, and yet he was still able to continue hoping that things would get better. This ability to hope for better redeems Chappie in the eyes of the reader. It is important to have this quality as Chappie starts off as a very unsympathetic character, but with his ability to continue moving forward, the reader is able to do the same with the character. The issue with categorizing Chappie as an anti-hero lies in the fact that he does not do anything that would make him a hero instead of the protagonist that he is. He isn't working for any goal or ideal at any point in the story.
I had . Growing up my teenage life without him was kind of hard he introduced me to sports, being a boy not a kid, eating food I never thought I would eat before, going to bed early and he 'll even make me do my homework as a child before being able to go outside. Well I replaced my father as being the man I desired to my uncle the man who motivates me on finishing at all and being successful throughout life because many people have chances but doesn 't let it sink in their heads hey got the advantage other people don 't. I 've had lots of chances and opportunities throughout my life and cause of his death I appreciate Every single one of them. I remember when my father decided to leave us and my strong values towards baseball was gone.
Aphorism Project My aphorism “Don 't bite the hand that feeds you,” was first seen used in writings in the 1700s. I first heard this used when I was a kid and was rude to my parents. My grandparents also used to say it to me when I was acting up at their house and they would tell me, “Don 't bite the hand that feeds you” of course, being the stubborn person I am, I never listened. It just sounded out of place to me and looking back now I wish I would 've asked what it meant. I now know to apply this aphorism to my everyday life and it makes things far more easier.