Though my parents had to leave most of their family behind to provide for us, they have done it without second-guessing. My brother was eight and I was six when we ventured out into an unknown path with our mother to our better future. After we arrived from El Salvador, my father tried everything to make us feel at home. His efforts, at the time, were not enough. I missed my family, friends, my home, but most importantly my freedom.
Every person in this wide world must have some life issues and problems, some of these problems are easy to solve and some aren’t, but even if you tried to avoid problems, they will come to you, because a life without issues is impossible it.well, you can have one but only in heaven. In this essay I am going to talk about a specific problem that many young men are facing and I faced it personally two years ago, which is being unemployed eventhough having college degree. When I started my studies, I wasn’t worried about the after college life, because I entered the civil engineering college and my uncle has an engineering company ,so that my goal was entering his company and be a part of it. But in my senior year, my uncle’s company broke
I was young when the storm hit and, at the time, I really did not understand how horrifying the storm was to the city. Even though my family was suffering, my parents tried their hardest to make sure we had what we needed. I finally realized that almost everything I owned was destroyed, but this just gave me and my family the opportunity to start over. Life after the hurricane was as easy as some people might think, but as time went on, we have got better and stronger. If the storm had never I probably would not be here at Dillard University typing this essay right now.
It was those accomplishments that got me scholarship money and acceptance into some pretty good schools across the country. I wasn’t able to attend the colleges of my choices due to my parents financial situation at the time. You can only imagine how disappointed I was. I had become so accustomed to being that “smart girl” that was going to do well in life. I wanted to keep going, and I hated taking breaks.
He said he struggled as a young kid getting out of school to go work to help his parents, he left school when he was in 8th he dropped out and went full time working to provide for his family. Having no time to be with his friends and play with them because my grandfather told my dad he had to go to work.I asked him what he thinks about immigration and what should they do about it, and he responded with a personal opinion how he sees it as,” Mija immigration is reasonable on somethings, but not all I understand all the checking and search, but for those who need it like the really bad people out there not every single immigrant is a criminal! Only the ones with really bad records should be questioned not the civilians who just want to make a better future for themselves. To make a change for once and take a big step to a more
Even if I wanted to have a lot of fancy stuff we never had a lot of money so we barely met the requirements for the home so I really studied hard so that I can try to become a little bit bigger than what my dad used to be and I always dreamed about going to America even from my childhood….I don't know why. That's it, I had very good friends and I used to play with them, study hard, and that’s it.”. Based on what he told me I can’t even imagine how life was for him. How would it feel if you were in the same exact position when you were younger? What would you
I had many experience with them in my daily life that had happened in the past and affected my life. Most of the experience that usually occurs is where they forget to pick me up whether I was at my friend’s house, at university or even at a wedding I went to. For example, I finished one of my classes really early and I didn't have any classes for the rest of the day. I called my brother to come pick me up he told me that he was free and he will leave the house to come but unfortunately I didn't realize that he had forgotten about me in few hours where I was at university waiting for him. It made me realize, he is the type that he tend to forget.
Life changing event In life, everybody has that one moment that changes their whole world upside down. For my family and I, moving to America on 24th March of 2015 from my motherland India was that moment. I never in 17 years of my life left my small town in Gujarat, India. Now suddenly, we got the visa and my family was too excited about the big move. Although I had a wonderful opportunity of moving to America with my family, it came with my challenges like leaving behind relationships and lifestyle, language barrier, and new responsibilities.
Not only did the new team change my views on the recovery process but they also gave me hope that my dad may be able to make a full recovery. The next six years of my life were dedicated to helping my father recreate his foundation and unlike most teens I was focused on his goals, rather than my own. I had very few extracurricular activities, few friends, and a hard time getting to class because I had to take care of someone who otherwise had no one else. At 17 I was forced to dropout of high school to tend to more pressing matters regarding my father 's health and recovery. I never lost sight of how important an education was but attendance wasn 't a realistic option.
My mother in law is also very cooperative. Everything is going well in our life. However, my husband feels that all these moments of our life has hampered my academics and career badly. He has achieved what he always wanted to achieve and became a Manger of one of the reputed Hospital in Bharatpur. But I am not able to get high profile job due to lack of higher degree from reputed university despite I was highest lady scorer in my college during my BBA.