Macbeth was working toward being the king of Scotland in the beginning after meeting the three wired sisters. And being told that he was king to be, so it inspired him to do anything that he had to to become king. It did not matter the circumstances he would do it. Even if that meant killing his best friend. He down was cause by him killing Macduff’s family. Macduff come back to defeat Macbeth and give Malcom the crown that was to be his after his dad killed over. This tragedy could have be prevented by Macbeth never meeting the three witches in the first place would be the best way to solve it. But by running into them on his way home it made a headache for the town. It cause the lives of many and would have been more if he would have not overpowered by Macduff. This could have …show more content…
It always makes me happy to see the young kids getting into it at a young age like I did. I would like it as a way to give back to the sport being a show model for others to learn from. Something that could hold me back from completing my is that I could get in a car wreck and be paralyze so them I would not be able to drive and that would burn my goals of ever making it to the major leagues of racing and being able to follow the footsteps of my hero. Or even the chance of a stroke could also destroy my goals of racing. There are so many thing that could keep me from reaching my goal. The biggest thing that would keep me from it would be death. I would invest my life savings into a racecar if i knew it would give me a shot at make it into nascar to race in there top series. And would break every bone in my to be the fastest and most aggressive driver there is on the track. I would even take any that is in my way of victory out even it a friend. I would race every day of the year if that is what it would take for me to be able to make it where I want to
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Danger, getting killed, getting hurt, getting burned is just part of the deal. You want to go racing you had to put up with it". Drivers didn’t Understand the impact racing has on their high risk occupation. In 2001 Dale Earnhardt hit the wall head on at Daytona and cause the last race of him that changed the world of NASCAR forever. Jimmy Johnson had the same wreck as Earnhardt and survived.
After years of practice, I progressed in the sport and joined my high school team. Initially, running track was a way of escaping the stress from my parents’ divorce. It taught me to endure more pain than I could have ever imagined. With each grueling stride, my mind would fight my aching body to quit. However, I would always find a way to stay determined and keep pushing forward.
My grandpa was the start of the racing era in my family, which led to my dad, my uncle, my older brothers, and eventually to me. As I grew up, I never thought racing would have an impact on my life, but through it I’ve gained some of my favorite life experiences, and my most memorable life lessons which led me to the person I am
The Tragedy of Macbeth Persuasive Essay In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare I believe that in the marriage between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth that Macbeth holds more power than Lady Macbeth. Macbeth has more power because he is in more of control than Lady Macbeth during the whole play. In the beginning of the play in Act 1 Macbeth doesn't really show that he has more power than Lady Macbeth and Lady Macbeth does not show that she has more power than Macbeth.
One time I was racing in a little kid motocross race in Corydon Indiana, but I’ve never raced before. I was used to racing four wheelers and I knew this was gonna be a challenge for me. I practiced at home with the little track behind my house. I wasn’t very good nor fast, but I tried to be the fastest.
I remember the voice inside my head that would tell me to quit after a new race was announced. I was never an athletic person as a child, nor did I appreciate running in physical education. Everything about the outdoors annoyed me the sun, the humid air, and the dirt. Although I knew these factors bothered I joined to run the LA Marathon. It was this experience that created my inner strength.
It is necessary for me to get the haters out of my life to live my dream and keep going till I achieve my goal. Running towards dreams life gives me a very special meaning what I do is separate me from other people that don’t need to be in my life and the wasting time on people that don 't need to be in it and the people that always down me about my goals. to work toward this goal of barrel racing I am gonna try to achieve this summer. I challenge myself to be the best that I will try to be and with that it will take me not to doubt myself be positive and dedicate myself and i 'll go somewhere with my dream hopefully to the NFR someday which means
Knowing this I pushed myself to my limit pre track season; I worked harder than I have before in the sport and made incredible improvements. Once track season started I was so eager to show the world what I was capable of. The first few competitions were both fairy large and very important. I went into both competitions excited and motivated only to walk away frustrated and disappointed. Everything that could have possibly gone wrong while I was vaulting went wrong.
It couldn’t be! I had torn my hamstring! This was my senior year and final meet; nothing, not even a tore hamstring would prevent me from the opportunity I have wanted since my freshman year. The gun went off to announce the start of the race and I just immediately took off. At that moment, there was no pain only motivation.
In those two and a half years I started racing. My first time I ever raced I got first place and it was the best feeling ever. I was so proud of what I had accomplished and wanted to keep racing. But after I placed first in that class I got bumped up to a new class that had bigger bikes and faster kids. At the time I was still on the 100 and I was racing kids on bikes twice as big as mine.
Macbeth had another chance to change his outcome. his wife was consumed with the idea that he would become king, so much so that she pushed him to kill the current King. She said she couldn 't do it because King Duncan looked too much like her own father. Macbeth could have easily dismissed this and not listened to his mentally dwindling wife, “Come, thick night, and pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell, that my keen knife see not the wound it makes, nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark, to cry ‘hold, hold!’” He followed the instructions of his wife and killed the king.
It’s hard to motivate yourself to run the next race when even on your best day one hundred people beat you. The track does not have nearly as much competition; usually no more twenty runners at a time. But placing last out of only twenty can hurt even worse. You have got to keep going, even when a girl laps you and you just want to quit, you get more accomplishment out of just finishing no matter how bad you did instead of
Many important life lessons come from being in sports. The race I remember most from Track is my one of my very first. Although I do not recall what team we were versing, I recall the moments before my race. As I was warming up, I was very nervous and excited. My confidence level was high, because I believed in myself.
Literature Essay (Stuart Judge): In the literary works that we studied this year: The Book Thief, Purple Hibiscus, Macbeth, Sonnet 101,Sonnet 154 , Kevin Pietersen The Autobiography and Dead Poets Society- all the works have the same central theme :”Words have had the power to transform, for better or worse”. The character’s lives have all been affected and transformed by the power of words that has a great effect on their development rather than other external factors that the characters face in their daily lives. This will be shown by analysing how words lead these characters to achieve success and as well as to their demise.