Commentary On 'One Day Jose Michard's Metaphor'

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One day Jose Michard Teixeira responded to a writing prompt about patience. Teixeira doesn’t have patience for things like having feeling for people that doesn’t have his best interest in heart. He doesn’t feel like being used anymore. If I was him I would agree with him. I think that almost everybody had a time that a friend was disloyal to him or her once or that you don’t want to be nice anymore because you always have a negative response when you try to reach out. One thing that Teixeira said in the first line was struck out to me. He was talking about how he doesn’t have patience for certain things, not because he is full of himself but because he doesn’t want to be bothered with people that doesn’t want his best interest in heart. From my own personal experience I would agree with him on this. I look back to freshman year in high school. I didn’t know anybody and was so eager to have friends, but the mistake I made was to surround myself with people that didn’t have my best interest in heart. In the result of that I wasn’t focused in school, my family, or my own self. Peer pressure can be difficult.…show more content…
I don’t completely agree with him on that. I truly do hate gossip. I don’t even know how many times a rumor was going around my high school about me, but I think conflicts and comparisons are a good thing. They push you to be better. I played rugby for a U19 team in Philadelphia. I was always compared to one of the better players on the team. I wasn’t bad but I wasn’t to best either. With everybody saying about how good they were and comparing them to me made me want to work harder, also created friendly competition. Next thing I know I was the top on the team. I didn’t become the best but from that made me work harder to get closer to being the
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