I don 't know what I would have done without the skills you taught me. This has been hard but I promised Prim that I will try my hardest. I’m not going to give up, I can’t. I need to win for Prim, my mom, and for you. I think about what would have happened if we would have run away together, sometimes I wish I would have.
Because I have and will be hit with many obstacles throughout life and learning to preserver will help me grow as I continue into adulthood. Without perseverance my team would be weak, unable to achieve our goals because we are incapable to push through the rough times. But to always persevere there needs to be some effort put into everyday tasks to help build upon the need and want to
Having a name for something that I am struggling with has always been a huge help in my battle with something. I’ve found that it is always harder to fight an unknown enemy than it is to fight an issue that you know the name of. An aspect of her paper that was also interesting was her view on her anxiety. She said that even though she realizes that anxiety is an issue for her, she does not want to completely cure it because she believes that it motivates her to get things done (Mullaney 6). I don’t think that I would have thought of it in that way if I were in her
I went to the extent of writing a good bye note, many times, but I always stopped myself, believing and on some level knowing that I had to fight and that I had to live at least for my mom, because she does for me. I’ve stopped thinking about ending my life and suddenly my father appeared in my life, he was always somewhere there, but never actually there for
Let us say someone encountered a bump in life or something bad happened people will always move past it eventually because people cannot let something weigh them down for the rest of their lives. The big message or idea of these two poems is to keep moving on because people will always have to deal with problems. In “Mother to Son” by Langston Hughes and Still I Rise by Maya Angelou they both convey the message that people should never give up and keep on rising no matter what happens or what people say. Throughout the poem “Mother to Son,” Langston Hughes coveys that people should always keep pushing towards their goals and not give up. To express this the author uses a metaphor which expresses this theme because the author keeps on referring to their life as not being a crystal stair.
In the end of the book, Kambil begins to feel pain towards the fact that not only was Aunty Ifeoma and her children were leaving, but also father Amadi too. In the midst of all these trials and travesties, she found a way to overcome them. She had to change in order to live life to the fullest. That is what I believe that Chimamanda is trying to convey in this story to readers. This is relevant to today’s society because it holds true for everyone, not just one person.
This song has made me fight for what I believe in no matter if I lose some people on my journey. I can connect with this song emotionally not only because of its strong message but what it stands for. In the song Rachel talks about how if no one else believes, she still has a fight left in her. This message makes me feel like I will always have a fight in me no matter how hard life will get. This song is a perfect song for me, because sometimes I forget that my voice matter and it makes me realize that it does
Overcoming my Obstacles Obstacle--a word that most people in the world do not want to mention, but all of us have to face them every day in our lives. Some people have to face physical hardships, but others have to face spiritual difficulties. Overcoming these obstacles is very important for people to have a good life. Everyone has a personal way to overcome their obstructions, and each way has a particular lesson to teach us. I also have had to face many difficulties in my life, and my three big obstacles have been homesickness, car sickness, and studying English.
Why should you stay positive through struggling times? Obstacles come in all different shapes and forms. The majority of your life is spent worrying about how everything will eventually go wrong. However, I believe that your struggles shouldn’t tear you down, they should build you up. Everyone has a struggle whether it's an injury, disorder, allergy, etc.
There are memories that I will surely cherish and memories that might still haunt me until today, but I will never forget that these are the experiences that transform me into becoming a better version of myself before. I wouldn’t say that I am comfortable being in college. I still am struggling with many things even if I become mature. There would still be times where I would study; times when I would slack off and times when I just want to give up. Juggling the projects, home works, reports I need to submit in every subject is difficult.
Jackie faced many obstacles in her life but she overcame them, every setback in her life made her go harder than before. As young athletes we all want to make it big, but we dont want to put in the work it takes to reach the top we tend to give up when things get difficult instead of pushing ourselves to work harder. Jackie’s life made me look at things differently, her life made me realize that working hard is the only way to make it to the top. The lesson I learned from Kersee’s life is success comes with trials and tribulations its just up to you to overcome
Before executing his experiment Shepard had been dealing with his mother 's fight against lymphoma. That was something that was always going to be on the back burner of his mind throughout the course of his journey, But he knew that his mother was “a fighter, with a vibrant spirit at every battle” (204). Having a strong willed mother may have influenced him to not give up and understood that going through hard times will only benefit and make oneself stronger. While McCandless only went on his adventure for the purpose of self satisfaction. McCandless seemed to have apparent issues within society and “he would rave about that of thing for hours” (Krakauer 7), but took no action to resolve the issue.
Being like a sister to me, it was hard seeing her in the pain she was in. She was disappointed in herself because she knew there was no easy way out, and in a way I was disappointed in her too. Her situation made me realize of how I would feel and what course of action I would take if I were in her situation. I’ve always said I’m pro-life and it wouldn’t matter to me what situation I faced. However, seeing the situation my cousin was in, it broaden my views on
There’s no way I could be with her everywhere she went, so why drive myself crazy about things I couldn’t control? Instead, I had to trust that my spiritual source would protect her and keep her out of harm’s way. With all the fear I experienced as a child, this was hard to do. For a while, I was very overprotective. However, I finally
I love you, and I know you love me too so why. Why would you let my shield keep you away from me I cannot stand it!” But as I remember our conversation more and more, I remember my response. “But I must leave. Your shield is also pushing me away along with everyone else. I’m