Essay: RoughDraft Trout fishing is a wintertime outdoor activity that only a true angler can genuinely appreciate. The long refreshing walks to the river while enjoying the peace and quiet of the woods is truly relaxing after a long stressful week. Although refreshing walks can be followed by not so fun, unnerving walks back to the vehicle in the dark. In the end, it’s all worth it just to be able to hold a beautiful rainbow or brown trout in your hand, if only for a moment. My first trout fishing trip with my husband was one I’ll never forget.
I wasn’t planning on attending but mother rearranged my plans and told me I wouldn’t be disappointed. The sun started setting, music was playing, and I was sitting comfortably by myself watch it. It wasn’t as pretty as the sunsets in Nauvoo, but I could live with it. I was soon kindly interrupted by a young man. He lent out his hand to me.
In Ben Franklin’s essay he thought success was being morally perfect. For example, he said, “I wished to live without committing any fault at any time…” Sandra Cisneros’s essay wanted to teach people to turn their problems into achievements. For instance, she said, “I’ve managed to do a lot of things in my life I didn’t think I was capable of…” These sentences from their autobiography both are explaining how they’re going to reach their goals of success. The goals Ben Franklin is trying to achieve are moral perfection by following thirteen virtues. When Ben Franklin was seventeen he went to Philadelphia and was determined to become successful by completing a virtue every week.
As a child, Earl Jones had big aspirations dreaming of a better life where he was somebody important. Despite having dropped out of university Earl was fortunate enough to still get a job, shortly thereafter Jones opened his own business as a financial advisor, regardless of the fact that he didn 't have relevant experience. Widows were some of the first people Jones
After watching the Randy Pausch speech, I have gained a better understanding of what it is like to experience flow. Randy Pausch lived his life dedicated and fully immersed in all of his goals. Whether it was to become the guy at amusement park that won the big stuffed animals or being able to get into Brown University; he did everything to the best of his ability. Although he did not necessarily accomplish his childhood goal, he received greater lessons by not doing so. In trying to achieve his childhood goal, he came to understand that his abilities may not allow him to become an NFL player.
Luckily, no one was harmed. In one address to a crowd King is quoted saying, “My intimidations are a small price to pay if victory can be won” (King’s House). King risked the future of his family for a cause he vehemently supported. He paid the ultimate price with his life and his family suffered a tremendous loss. However his dream that his “four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character” was realized and accomplished partly by his leadership and sacrifice
In addition to Brian’s job he will be married by now to a very kind and quiet women much like himself. Specifically, these two will be immensely loving and supporting for their future children. Brian tells those in detention, “..I don’t like my parent’s either, I don’t...I don’t get along with them..their idea of parental compassion is just, you know, wacko!” Due to his upbringing, Brian will make it a priority to never treat his children the way his parents treated him growing up. On a positive note, everything Brian endured and overcame in high school has led him to a positive future with a wonderful family and successful job. High school isn’t necessarily the best four years of everyone’s life.
His life just belongs to study and grow his potential. He lost his world as a child who can play with his friend and he didn’t have a chance to live like other children. Even though he is prodigy child, but he lacking in his social life. After he graduated from senior high school, his final conclusion to his fellow student is they are just respect Colin as an intelligent student, not as a friend. When he in the process of grows up, he decided to have a vocation to find a meaning of live by freedom without push of anyone.
He did not have a rough childhood, moneywise because his father was a successful person in his profession. Most thirteen year olds are into sports, and some people could not even imagine doing it later in their life. He has been an overachiever since he was that young, and his adult life was nothing shy of success and perfection. In his life, many historic things happened, but as already stated, they did not have a high impact on his life. While George was at West Point, he was awarded brevet second lieutenant in the United States Corps of Engineers.