There were times when my parents spoiled me but I was always taught to be thankful of the things that I had and to not be so selfish. Having two other siblings helped me prevent the want of being selfish. I do not know what I would do without my family. My family is very inspiring because they show me all aspects on how I should live my life through their experiences like education, parenting, and work ethic. My family’s past experiences also teach me how to live my life the best way possible.
I depend and look up to these people in different ways but they have all helped me in some sort of way growing up. Even though two of the people on this list are not family I still consider them as one because of the amount of help they have given me. I have many important people in my life but it really comes down to my Mom and Dad. There is a quote that reminds me of them and it goes “Parents are obligated to love you, you have to earn it from the rest of the world.” No matter what I have down or how bad I have messed up in life they are always there it help me back up. They have never turned their back on me and they have always done what is right for me even if I don’t agree with it at the time.
I want to play like him as I continue to get better and better every time I play basketball. Kobe makes the game much more enjoyable to watch because of his acrobatic shots and stunning defense. Basketball is my favorite sport of all-time. There are just endless possibilities when it comes to the thought of
I become more firm in this kind of sports. I was also able to help my parents financially for having a scholarship because of being a varsity player and until now I still strive hard for them to know that I can make it despite of everything. And I never forget my studies and participation in school which is very important in my future. To surpass this crisis you should be strong enough, because that was up into success in life. For you to be strong, you must challenge everything to achieve your goals in life.
One of the biggest motivations for this career is my wish for the adrenalized work life of surgery. I want a job that keeps me on my toes versus where I just rot away. As Grey's Anatomy star Derrick Shepherd continuously said, "It's a beautiful day to save lives." I know that this job would leave me with a constant natural high that kept me wanting to rush right back to work. When you are going to spend a big hunk of your life at work, you should at least make it something you
My upbringing was a blessing in disguise, as it taught me to stand up for myself against people who attempt to dismiss or diminish me. While it was difficult to be surrounded by peers who did not face financial struggles at home or who did not care to understand my background or perspective, my parents’ example continually inspired me. My belief in the power of hard work, an ethos instilled in me by my parents, eventually helped me secure a full scholarship to Washington and Lee, and it is this belief that will enable me to be an effective human rights advocate. Growing up at the intersection of several minority identities has forced me to live life from a perspective of constant struggle, an experience that has afforded me a mindset that takes nothing for granted and the resolve to improve any situation I face. Witnessing my parents’ determination to create a home in a new country by overcoming adversity taught me to meet challenges with an open mind and an iron will.
Teamwork: I have been following teamwork since my childhood. My parents have always taught me to work in team to learn good things from other members in team and to observe an d rectify problems together. Even in my graduation of bachelor’s I have done many projects in a team. Teamwork helped me to learn many new things and also improved my communication skills. I also play cricket and also from that I came to know importance of teamwork because a single player will not be able to win without any effort of its team members.
In return, I spoil them, and I continue to work hard. I work hard because I want to provide for them and give them the extra things they don 't need. I will continue to work hard, to provide for them, and I will work hard to make sure I graduate this year. I will work hard in college, to make sure I get my degree, so I can help out more animals and their owners. I will work hard to provide correct information on animals when people ask.
I am from an immigrant family, and I hold my culture and family values to me dearly. My parents did not have the same opportunities that I have, and this motivates me to make the most of the opportunities I 'm given. I hope that I will make something of myself and that this organization will help me grow not only as a student but as an individual. Because I have a passion for justice, I believe it sets me apart. I 've always want equality in our society and this trait encourages me to have a deep compassion for everyone I encounter.
After gaining experience as a registered nurse, I will pursue a master of science in nursing to become a nurse practitioner. A job as a nurse practitioner will allow me to look forward to going to work every day because I know it is something I will love to do. Once I have gained experience as a nurse practitioner and have a stable job as one, I will pursue a doctorate of science in nursing. Being able to treat and help patients fascinates me, therefore every step I take will be worth it. Growing up in a Spanish-speaking home made it hard to have guidance on school assignments.