During all the chaos Schindler was able to take some of his workers to Brunnlitz. Once the Jews were liberated, a Jew gave Schindler a golden ring made out of a dental bridge. On it was inscripted the words… ” He who saves a single soul, saves the world entire”. Schindler, his wife, mistress, and a few Schindlerjuden fled to Buenos Aires, Argentina fearing capture.
The choices that I make will always follow me around and will never go away. We all make choices everyday and it can be on anything. I remember when I made the choice to not study for a test and as you can guess, the outcome was bad. Sometimes we don’t think before we act and that makes us chose careless and dreadful choices.
At this point I am just still unsure if being a teacher is the best road for me. I love working with kids though, so my best option will be child development, if I decide to change my pathway. I think that the most difficult aspect about teaching is making sure that you want to help every students need. I believe that it can be overcome; it will just take a lot of hard work to make sure that every student gets the help they need. I think with a lot of support from family and friends and being able to talk to
Interviewing LaShonda Young was an eye opening experience. I’ve learned many things from this interview with LaShonda. I’ve learned that life maybe hard and throw you many obstacles you just have to get over them. One of LaShonda’s favorite motivational quotes is “Life is hard but its fair.” I interpret this quote as no one should stop life from accomplishing his or her dream.
As a student, writer and soon to be professional I want to be the best person I can be. Everyone has different strenths some of mine are math, livestock information and writing about my life. Even though I have strenghts, I also have weaknesses which include researching, using commas and being about to talk to a group of people. In my studnet, writiter and professional life, I want to be successful which means there is somewhere I always need to improve. School has always been fun and challenging for me.
I still deal with anxiety on a regular basis, and sometimes waking up everyday is the hardest thing of all. Regardless, I’ve learned that continuing on is the best way to deal with this. I have also learned that although attending classes is still a problem for me, I am able to excel in online learning. By learning in a “safe space” I am able to focus completely on schoolwork, and I found my grades reflecting this over the last year. Eventually, I will move past this and thrive in a social setting once more, but until then I will continue to work towards my goals while building myself back up.
I learned that any barrier you face there is always an option to overcome it and be successful. I can grow by working my hardest on my school work and never giving up, even when things get hard. I also learned that time management is a very great skill to obtain at this time in my life, because college courses take time, effort, and lots of patience. I must give myself time to prepare for class work and especially exams. Having a schedule for my school work and my personal life is the best choice to help me stay on track.
Although, they have drowned themselves in drudgery, in the US you cannot get far without an education. It has always been over-time and double shifts for them, and this is the reason I will succeed. I will succeed because I have seen them struggle to give me everything I have and everything I am today. They have always shown me how hard life is without an education. They push me to work harder and harder.
Wes Moore. The guy that had a lot of obstacles through his life that got him where he is today, but he didn’t do it alone. Just like anyone you need to have a positive influence on your life. It could be anyone teacher, boss, parent, friend. Anyone that drives you to want to succeed and for Wes that was his mother, Joy.
What makes me a good candidate for the job is that I am honest, reliable, friendly, hardworking, always willing to learn and expand my skills and knowledge. Even though, I have no work experience I believed Chick-fil-A is a place where it would be a positive challenge for me which would further my experience for the future. I am very fast learner and I am really motivated to work hard. I have spent a lot of time volunteering at Give Kids the World/Key Club which has given me a good idea of what it is like to be part of a team. I work well with others and I am able to provide quick, friendly, accurate service and providing quality service and hospitality to your guests.
The fact that she can walk away from all those terrible experiences with love for her parents is incredible. Another thing I loved about this book is how it represents her parents, with all their faults, and their poor mentality, at its worst, without anger, or really any judgment, just with the love. If she had been bitter in her description it would not have been as amazing. This memoir was written with forgiveness making me respect her for not only surviving such a strange childhood to become a successful, but for being able to view her past with
I am one that is always open to suggestions and feedback so I can better myself and better help the students I work with. Personally, I love reading about other people’s leadership styles because they are so much more experienced than I, and have tried and tested more than one approach before landing on one that works for them. While reading about Coach Wooden’s experiences and the lessons he wanted to share, I also feel I have a new understanding of what it would be like to be a coach. Since I have not coached or been involved with many typical team sports growing up, I don’t have many of the same experiences to relate to as my classmates. Reading this book has helped put in perspective the amount of time, dedication, and skill it takes to work in the world of collegiate coaching.
Mr.Prokes understood me. He knew what i wanted to do with my life, when I wanted to do it and how I was gonna do it. I never would 've thought that I would leave him the first year I met him. All though, he emailed my mother saying: "Dear Jeri Johnson, Your son this year had a rough year. Myself and Mr.Pargaen tried to make it better, but this class needs serious help.