Nevertheless, I was determined to finish the class with at least a B average. After getting a tutor, getting help after school, and studying harder I accomplished my goal. The value that every decent human being should have is respect. My family, especially my grandpa, always tells me that respect will take you where money will not. Without respect, it is impossible to form positive relationships.
While I had a certain syllabus, I had been put in near full control of my school, and all I had to do was show my completed work. Being independent, began to teach how to schedule my time correctly as I would soon learn is a necessity in dual credit college courses. Flexibility also became a good asset when I started working at a nearby Christian Camp. My boss loves that I could work nearly anytime because I had such an accommodating schedule. Even moving twelve hours across the state of Texas was not consequential as far as school was concerned, I already had everything I needed to finish what was started and there was no delay in learning.
God was the most important part of their lives so prayer was a major part of their daily lives. Every single person was expected to attend the meeting on the Sabbath without any questions. They were also required to read the Bible, and if they didn’t they were thought to be worshiping the devil. They also did not do any work on the Sabbath. Everything was to be done the night before, like the cooking, because the Sabbath is the day of prayer and Bible
My steps to reached my goal is to study and read every day but it 's hard for me to read because i 'm in the school soccer team and get home late. But I try to read everyday when i can. My parents always help me by believing in me and reminding me everyday.
If Mr. Ramsey wants to eliminate Wildcat Time to lengthen the duration of each period, then I fully support him.Wildcat time should be a time to do homework or speak with a teacher about missing or incomplete work, but most students just use it for chatting with their friends or roaming the halls with no purpose. If nothing productive is being done during Wildcat Time then what is the point of having it? With more time being devoted to classes, teachers and students can accomplish more every day. When there are longer periods, more work will be completed and Wildcat Time will no longer be needed to contact teachers about unfinished work. If students need their teacher’s assistance, they should be responsible enough to email them the night before
That 's why I want procrastinate less so I can get more things done and I 'll have time to do things outside of school. When I study for my tests, I mainly read over flashcards, notes, look in the textbook for reference, and write things that I need to memorize over and over again. Even though I do this, I fail to focus and do it enough times where I can ace my tests. By extending my
Having immigrated to the United States from Vietnam many years ago, from a poor family in a small town that couldn’t afford post-secondary education and didn’t need nor want it, James was the first of his family to go to college. He had no guiding hand other than that of his small number of American friends. Not knowing many colleges and being unable to research universities, he opted to go to the nearby community college, San Jose City. He was interested in construction, and decided to major in it. Soon after, he received his degree and transferred to San Jose State to pursue a 4-year degree.
Being a college student is stressful, most of us attend full time, balance a part-time or even full time job, an internship and extra responsibilities that come with being a PBA student like workship and chapel. For me it is difficult to meditate on God’s word. I’m overstressed. Yes, I attend church every Sunday, and chapel 1-2 times a week, and I enjoy it while I’m there but sadly I cannot say that I really have a time for personal reflection outside of my normal prayer and worship times. It is also difficult for me to practice contemplation around others, I prefer to contemplate alone.
There are many more examples of how I always try to do my best. I have mentioned over and over the big priesthood encampment and while it was an amazing experience and I felt like I was able to help as one of the stake leaders one of the most important parts to me was our morning scripture study. We were partnered up and one of my two was a not a member of the church. I taught him how to read the scriptures then after even went and got him is own copy. I know that to some one person doesn 't matter that much, but I know that I can change this kids life.
My mother and grandparents always taught us to respect our fellow man and respect anyone in authority over us. I believe that the lack of technology made us not take the small things in life for granted. I learned what a hard day 's work was, and I can 't say it hurt me. I did struggle in high school with computers until I prayed and asked for understanding and wisdom to help me in my lacking areas.