I am striving to push myself beyond my limits and to do more than just the minimum for an ‘A’ and to learn as much as I possibly can. My personal goals for my time spent at St. Cloud State University is to balance my commitments so I am present and excelling in all aspects I include myself in. I do not want to spend too much time at home cleaning and cooking or spend too much time with my husband, when I should be doing school work. Another personal goal of mine is to keep my body fit and healthy so I am confident.
Her son gaining great power and success will transfer onto her. Her motives are not entirely selfish. She does truly want her son to succeed, based up on the again pathos closing to her letter by using the words “pleasing hopes” (line 58). Abigail Adam’s is merely a mother just wishing her son well and giving her support for him to reach his greatest
It also makes it easier for us to fulfill and achieve our goals instead of settling for less. Eventually, our mental and emotional awareness will be molded that we can conquer almost everything, even the most challenging situations in life. For that reason, I deserve to give myself a chance to stand up for what I believe in and to follow my vision no matter where it takes me. More than ever, I am ready to face my fears of failing so I can pursue my education and become a successful Registered Nurse in the near future. What actually inspires me to move forward comes from a famous quote.
However, my only choice is to thrive. In this case, I have to do it for my family because they all believe in me, I have to do it because I promised my mom a house, and better life for both of us. I have to keep my word, but beside these promises, I want to conquer a better life. I don’t want to get paid minimum wage, I want to have a job that I like doing and maintain a family with that same job. Receiving this scholarship would motivate me more and make those proud who support
Ruth is begging for Mama not to change her mind on moving saying she will do anything. Her family needs this chance to live a better life. Ruth is willing to work harder and harder if it means she works for what her family wants and needs. Ruth Younger is motivated by working for her family’s and her goals to get what they dream
She instilled in me that education is the gateway to a better life. School and education have always been important to me, as has being my own person. Leading, and not expecting things to fall into place, but working for them, that is how success is achieved. Among the other lessons my mother has taught me, without even meaning to was her form of charity and citizenship. When I was young, if she saw litter she would always pick it up, stating “If we don’t pick it up who will?” Her rectitude taught me to take the initiative in my education and in my community.
She is trying to get a good education to become a more improved and intelligent person so one day she does not have to be poor. Just by having a positive attitude and trying so hard, already makes Esperanza overcome the obstacle of being out of place in her
Adams wants to show that her son has the help with Heaven and God and that they are with him every step of the way. With the help of his mother's allusions, John Adams will be encouraged to become great like the heroic men of the past. Abigail Adams employs allusion and pathos with her motherly voice to illustrate the connection she has with her son. Adams wants her son to do great things, but he needs to overcome challenges first. Readers can see the connection with Adams and her son by employing a motherly diction.
She needed to face so many challenges so now she wants to help other children have a better life. She chose not to go with her dad because she wants he can find a better place and do not apologize for what he did. Letting things go makes Jameela feel easier and now she can fully enjoy doing what she loves
I decided to come to college not only for me but for my family. My family is my greatest motivation. My determination and curiosity is going to help me immensely in achieving my goals. I will overcome any obstacle put in my way because I will not give up when things get complicated. I believe others will want a meaningful relationship with me in the future now that I am becoming a better me, I hope to positively influence my little brother and cousins so they do not go down the same path that I did.
I love seeing youth and other schoolers getting their education if I can contribute I will, if not I will give back to my community so that I am able to help someone achieve greatness. As a mother, I want my daughter to have a good education it doesn’t have to be top notch or expensive I just want her to be able to be anything in this world she desires. If I am blessed not to have to pay taxes I will be able to send my daughter to a college of her choice, and also help someone else child if I am able to. I agree with this proposal to a certain extent, which is the sixty-five and older and or disable because when I am old and retired the last thing I want to worry about is being kicked out of my home that I have worked so hard for to pay off. I am not sure if the exemption carries over if you are left a house from a relative, it wouldn’t be fair to lose the home if you aren’t a veteran or a spouse of a veteran or all that applies to keeping the home.
What are your reasons when undertaking a mission? Annie Johnson wanted a more successful life for her family and herself. Farah Ahmedi and her mother wanted to live a better life in a new location. Ernesto wants to get a good education at his new English school. Furthermore, individuals are driven to undertake a mission because they want a better life for family, find better living to succeed in a different location, or get a better and successful education.