Griffith’s role as a leader also nullified any worth in anything other than his dream, eventually, letting his dream define him. Reasoning that if he failed or gave up his dream, thousands of lives will have been wasted, his dream took over his life and became everything to him. It could be said that Griffith fought to give himself purpose. He relied on his dream to form his identity and who he was, and without his dream, he would have no reason to
The overall semester definitely had its up’s and downs . As a Peer Mentor I have learned to appreciate my hardwork much more and also learned that speaking up a lot is key to key action to many things. One of my goals for the semester as a Peer Mentor was to get to know my peer mentees on a friendship level or maybe as acquaintances. That goal actually came true in a way because I only made three acquaintances only. Another goal I had throughout the semester was to go outside of my comfort zone a little, I really didn 't like to talk in front of the class.
Lennie would also have no one help or look after him, and it is impossible for Lennie himself to think about a dream of having the tiny house or a small land without George. It also seems to me that it is difficult for Lennie to get a job without George because he managed that for him every time. I am confidently said that his life without George would be as empty and lonely as Crooks. Personally, George seems to be a north star for Lennie, and without him there would be no light as a navigation to lead a way while he was in the dark. In conclusion, the story illustrates that nowadays our society are destroying a purity and value of human beings.
"They are good people. But, when an organization has success, it believes too much in its ability to continue that success. And then, like many small companies there is no institutional process to replicate that success, meaning what really should have happened over the last several years is they should have stopped spending money on drilling. They had these corporate goals to continue to add a certain amount of resources each year, and they believed
“Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding,” Albert Einstein. Most people living in civilised and safe countries take peace for granted. The “common man and women” has lived their normal lives without any worry for decades, even though war and terror have roamed the earth for centuries. People have become too inexperienced to value peace enough. Nevertheless countries and their citizens desperately try to maintain peace and stay out of conflict by investing billions of dollars in their militaries, taking part in organisations, and some even intentionally taking part in war so that peace could prevail.
“This will expand your social network. Additionally, the development of your interpersonal skills is one of the most easily identifiable benefits of volunteering, and it exposes you to such a rich variety of people” (Vale). The evidence shows how volunteering can be beneficial by connecting yourself to people with common interests and experiencing enjoyment with your new friends. “Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place” (Segal). You are not only connecting to new people, but you are connecting to your community as a whole.
Since starting my career path in human services I have always strived to do just this. Something I have always tried to do is to treat those around me with respect and integrity. After becoming a support worker for adults with disabilities I feel as though I have broadened my worldview to include populations I may not have put much thought into before and has opened my eyes to their daily struggles. People with disabilities are an extremely under-represented group of people whose needs are often overlooked. It is disheartening to see people so easily taken advantage of or ignored because they don’t have the ability or the means to speak up for themselves.
“No guts no glory No pain no gain” Those are my life mottos. I feel that nothing can be achieved by simply sitting and doing absolutely nothing to make dreams come true. It is also the time when true friends are hard to come by just because you do not have much money or something to treat them.Mahatma Gandhi the leader of Indian independence movement used to say “Continue to grow and evolve”.This quote mean that I have to grow up and do something that will gain success even u have to meet many obstacle.That is something that I have experienced ever since my family moves to this metropilitan city and I study in the new school. In my new school I study hard to compete with all my fellow classmates who come from all walks of life but most are from rich background. They have all that I have ever wanted in my life but fail to get.
It appears to me that people from the cities as in Oslo are taking advantage of the environment every day without giving any thought to what we actually do with it. Even in school, we never learned how to cherish the world we were living in. Looking back after giving this a lot of thought, it emerges to me that as humans, we are very greedy and if we do not do anything about the environment such as global warming, the world will never be the same for the upcoming generations. Nevertheless, people from Vermont seem to have a much closer connection to the environment. After I moved here, I have noticed that they use the nature to a higher purpose than we do.
From this talk, I realized that I have been taking a wise decision in every aspect of my life except in the field of community service. I have never given myself much in community service. This shows that there is a lack of awareness about community service among people especially among students. So I volunteer myself in St. Paul’s Day Training Centre (DTC). My friends and I work as group to contribute 20 hours in the training centre.