Getting used to the way things operate here was one of Sunuwar’s biggest frustrations, but he is adapting to the switch very well. “He’s doing very well. He’s about the same level as all the other students,” said Cantrell. After returning to his home country, Sunuwar wishes to continue studying abroad in other countries. He likes that he has the opportunity to immerse himself in other countries’ cultures and learn new lifestyles that he would otherwise not be acquainted with at all.
For some, this horrific move is mandatory. This has impacts on people’s social lives, family relationships, and is a mental strain for most. Moving is a wakeup call, having to pack all of your belongings and leave everything you loved and grew up with behind. For many folks, this is an often stressful process. Not only do you have to pack the bags, clean the room, and make sure your vehicle, or means of transportation is ready for the long drive; you have to be mentally prepared.
Task 1 Outcome 1: 1.1) a. The problem of using the manual system is high cost. And the manual system is not convenient at all for both staff and customers. Staff must record the data of all the things manually on the log book. The number of customers is increasing, so staff must to do more works or the library need to hire more staff.
Love is essential to overcoming adversity and it is the ability to cause change in yourself and others. In the book, Matched by Ally Condie, Cassia has to learn to be able to have independence and accept that she needs to break away from her society’s choices. This helps give her the confidence she needs to be with the person that she loves because she has begun to realize that she deserves to choose and that everyone else does too. Ultimately, Condie teaches us that love causes and solves problems, but those problems are the ones that you want to choose. People can find their way on their own, but other times they need a push.
In “The Latehomecomer” Yang’s family struggles to make enough money and are poorer than others. There is evidence in “The Latehomecomer” that says, “ We had been looking for houses a long time -some we had liked well enough; most we couldn’t afford.”(54) This quote shows that Yang and her family are struggling to make enough money for a new house. Also, Yang’s parents changed their work shift, so they would get a nominal increase in their wages. This connects to how the Greasers in The Outsiders live in a poor neighborhood and also struggled to earn enough money. Evidence that reveals this in The Outsiders is, “ We’re poorer than the Socs and the middle class.” The Greasers are poorer than others and have to work hard to make as much money as they can.
I have a little bit more time to enjoy other things in life. School can be very time consuming and stressful experience, for now part time just fits into my chaotic life. I too have struggles as well with APA formatting but I can see the improvement and that’s what I continue to focus on. Best of wishes in the rest of your
I also believe the book emphasized how important it is to treasure the life you have, because we do not know what may come tomorrow. Lastly, we should appreciate all of the wondrous things our bodies do for us, and enable us to do. We take for granted our abilities to talk, think, and move but these can be gone in an instance of bad luck.The premise of the book is unbelievable but it does make the reader think about life and its value, both to an individual as well as to a society. No matter who it is their life
The tunnel shows symbolism in this story too. The tunnel symbolizes an obstacle. This is important to the story because, everyone faces obstacles in life, and if you don't get by them, they will keep pulling you back. But once you accomplish them you’ll feel much better about life
I had a mortgage, I was travelling with work and had great prospects ahead of me. Inside though, I was deeply unfulfilled. I wasn 't enjoying my work, I felt like I wasn 't using my full potential, and I longed to wake up feeling like my work was making a difference – to someone or something. Yet, I didn 't have a clue what else I could do. Indeed I 'd struggled on and off for years to figure out a way to change (making, it seemed to me, every career change mistake there was to make), but without making progress.
Stricter laws towards him and other homeless people make it extremely hard for Frank. While trying to apply for jobs throughout the city, he has to go in with those citations on his record and see what the company says. More often than not, he is not accepted for any job. When he is on those streets the laws against what he is doing are providing no benefit for him or the economy. Frank is being denied some of the essential rights of being a human being.
Relocating to a new country and starting a new life is always a daunting process for most of the immigrants. My focus for the WP3 is on the challenges the immigrants have to deal with when they arrived in the U.S I work with one of the interpreting companies that employ a diverse group of immigrants, so my plan is to interview some of my work colleagues. I want to know their personal stories of coming to the U.S. How tough was their immigration process? Did they experience any culture shock when they first arrived to the U.S and was it hard to adapt? Most of the immigrants have to pass the extreme vetting before they come to the U.S. Also, the cultural difference sometimes deters them from seeking jobs and receiving services.
Most people have moved before sometime in their life. For me, it was only two times. The first move was an international move from Vietnam to the United States of America, when I was just 8 months old. At the time, it was just my mom, dad, and me, traveling across the world to start a new life. Word of advice, moving is hard.
I feel that I have gained some positive traits from it. I had to learn to become flexible. If I was told that I was going to be moving, I learned to accept it, and to prepare myself for the change, sometimes even becoming excited. As I got older, I began to see moving to a new place not only as leaving people behind, but as an opportunity to start anew. I also feel that moving has caused me to mature somewhat faster than some of my peers.