Life isn’t fair and even though we may very well be a best kind of human being, people will still find a reason to hate you no matter what you do or how good you are. Probabilities are it’s more about their concern than anything you have or haven’t done. There are people who don’t like me who have never actually met me or had a conversation with me. That’s fine with me. I won’t invest emotional energy into things I can’t change.
I need to remember that not everyone is here to make me happy. There’s always going to be that one person who won’t get along with you or will always upset you. I’ve noticed it’s the people who are not mentally or physically healthy and well are the ones that are nicer and raised the right way---with manners. They seem to cherish their life and look at the positives more than I do, but not anymore, from that moment my life style has changed. I have a new point of view for seeing things.
Bullying or suborning someone is not ok, That something of our knowledge. Stop trying to fit in something superficial because that is not going to fill up your life and soul. But, the most important thing to learn is to respect each other’s decisions no matter if you aren’t in agreement. That will help you to grow as a person. To conclude, life is more than school labels.
What are your strengths and weaknesses in making requests? What could be improved? Requesting my friends or colleagues has never been difficult because I believe that I have the skill to convince people to help me and I also believe that I request only when I consider that it will not be a problem to the other person and I ask them directly if they are not comfortable to tell me so it make them more comfortable with me and there were times when I was told no and always took it easy and that helped me to make more friends. I sometimes very reluctant in requesting people who are new and despite needing their help a lot I take a back step in asking them out of fear of rejection. I need to improve this weakness of mine to be more confident and comfortable with new people.
I am Matthew McVey even though typing that very redundant. I don’t always like to play by the rules, but most of the time even the rules need to be fallowed for the sake of everyone else. I can be a perfectionist and an utterly complete fool. Sometimes the simplest concept evades my mind entirely. I know the world will not wait for me to catch up, so I just have to be ahead of the world.
Honestly, I regret the decision I made as it was a weak one. I have come to realize that honoring academic integrity is one to follow and honestly is only to my benefit because it forces me to use my own brain using critical thinking to to succeed making me a better student overall than just use someone else’s work and gain nothing from it. From now on, I am determined to instill the values I have learned through this research and apply them to school as well as to enrich my own life. This is what I have come to learn about concerning academic
It seems as though a yearning for success is apparent in every person. In fact, I have never met a person who has not wanted to be successful. However, many people believe that they are far from success, and it seems to me that the cause of this epidemic may take root in the fact that the definition of the word can be distorted to mean different things. I firmly believe, however, that it can be defined simply and elegantly in one definition. Success is the result of what makes someone feel fulfilled, not what others think should make them content.
Traditions have been around for as long as we have been on the earth. As humans we don’t like change, so having a ritual that we repeat every year is the sense of normalcy we crave. People will go through the same hurtful cycle, even though they know it’s wrong or not working, simply because it is all they know. Unlike common belief, giving up harmful practices is not the same as giving up culture. People hold onto tradition because they feel that giving it up is taking them away from where they came from.
The thought of imperfection is only negative if we accept it without striving to be a better individuals and better citizens of society. We often forget to put aside our ego when discussing our imperfections, little do we realize the only way to grow is through critique. Now many of you may agree with me at this point, others may not, but those who agree I ask that you answer this question “How often do you put your ego aside when being constructively critiqued by someone younger than you, or someone who has less credentials than you?” I am going to assume the answer is not often, but if that is not the case, I tip my hat to you. We fail to realize that as citizens of society we are all equal, your your age means nothing, credentials mean nothing, your financial success means nothing, all that matters is how you can take constructive criticism and continue to grow, resulting in a better society for the future. It is important to remember that other’s can see thing we cannot, especially children as they have a perspective we may have forgotten through the years.
People are self-centered and self-motivated. They are also kind and forgiving, but it’s not something to be counted on. No one will broadcast how happy the world is therefore, only specific sides are shown to tell a specific story of which, is rarely the truth. People aren’t always accepting of what they don’t understand. They make assumptions because they are too afraid or lazy to learn more.