English Essay About Dreams

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Yellow Vow Dreams are a series of reflections, appearances, and sensations developed in a person's mind during sleep. It can also be a cherished aspiration or ambition. A dream is a wish that comes from the bottom of your heart that motivates you to do the unthinkable. Here I am, lying down on a white cloud that gently comforts me as my thoughts of today’s plans run furiously through my head. I keep my eyes closed to make these few moments of comforting chaos my own. The feeling of being loved and cared for, the feeling of comfort and happiness slowly disseminate into my mind as the color yellow illuminates passed my eyelids. Yellow, such a warm color, such a cheerful color, such an illuminating color, and this color is a perfect description…show more content…
As my responsibilities increased, my legal status started to become an issue. My hesitation is not the act of filling out the paperwork so Natia could help me become a citizen, but rather in knowing that this decision will change my future permanently. I must accept that it would have taken me way longer to achieve it if I did not obtain her help. I consider myself a natural born warrior because throughout my whole life I knew that the land that I call home does not want me, yet I would do anything to protect it without question or hesitation. Yes, I consider myself Mexican but my hometown is in America, my future is in America, my soul is in American. Just five minutes from our home there is a small school in which I grew up in, just a few minutes from here there's a small church that helped me change my whole life, just a few minutes from this exact location I have made so many decisions that have completely changed my life. "You have to do your best in everything you do because you never know who is watching you, or who is looking up to you. You have been assigned this mountain to show others it can be moved," My mother would always remind me as my small innocent tears would roll down my cheeks because I was singled out as a "Non-American" once
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