“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others,” said Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian activist who fought for India’s independence. I admire Mr. Gandhi because he used his voice, his actions and his service to change the world. I believe in the importance of helping others in order to achieve a fulfilling life. The National Honor Society, because of its service-oriented philosophy, offers an effective path to exercise my willingness and interest in being of service to others. Becoming an NHS member recognizes my scholastic achievements but, just as important, it gives me the opportunity to continue expanding my leadership skills, strengthening my character for future challenges; all while simultaneously being of service to my community and my school.
It is an honor for me to be invited to join such an exclusive society of distinguished people. I am excited about being part of the National Honor Society in view of the limitless opportunities and the strong support system it represents for me. I consider myself a scholar, by reason of the fact that I thrive to excel in my academics and accomplish my best in any achievable way. Through my years as a student I have worked on helping my classmates and my community in any way I possibly can. By offering equine therapy to participating in the climate reality project I have demonstrated leadership and service to my community.
* Reagan spoke of freedom in America as the shining example to the world of ideal society where people live in unity and welcome others with open arms. Clinton spoke of freedom in America based on the accomplishments of those who came before us. Advances in different areas such a medicine, technology and spread of democracy to other countries. * Reagan 's view of history was the resurgence of national pride or “new patriotism”. We have learned and understood patriotism from previous generations, it is important not to forget what was done in the past so that we have a clear understanding of who we are.
He enrolled and completed his undergraduate degree while employed full time at SAAF. He is well-trained, ambitious, open-minded, and humble. He brings with him real world experience, that I believe will be of great support to himself and his peers throughout the duration of the program. In knowing what I know about the environment, methods, and services at Arizona State University, I believe this site and program are a perfect fit for Abraham, but also believe he will be successful wherever he ends up attending graduate school. He will be a committed student and a proficient
The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing. In life, there is a universal desire for oneness among people—we want to belong. It is why we collaborate, support common causes, cheer for sports teams, feel nationalism; it’s why we build villages, towns, and cities. Families are where we connect ourselves in relationships to past, current, and future generations. For many, family is not only a blessing, but our greatest accomplishment.
“The purpose of getting power is to be able to give it away.” These are wise words once spoken by the founder of the National Honor Society, Aneurin Bevan, explaining the dynamic of the NHS. Fundamentally, the National Honor Society is an esteemed organization that recognizes the achievements of treasured students and helps them advance their influence on their community, primarily in order to help others. In my past endeavors and years spent attending school, I have surpassed expectations in the fields of academics, character, leadership and service, and intend to use the platform of National Honor Society to further advance my presence in these areas. In my academia, it is apparent that I have excelled farther than most. I have retained
We each have our own stories just like the soldiers, and come together as a whole to represent something bigger than ourselves and to serve. The FFA motto is “Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve” and FFA members passionately embody “living to serve.” We serve our communities, states and nation relentlessly. The organization has allowed me to filter my passion for creativity and technology to bring new passions for young leaders to pursue. FFA has inspired me to dedicate myself to make an impact for future generations to come, just like every single one of the soldiers buried at Arlington Cemetery has done. My great grandfather inspired me with his uniform, and today when I put on my own uniform I am serving 649,355 FFA nationwide members as well as my
The power of education is a main theme within A Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. Douglass 's experiences lead him to recognize its great power and to believe that education is a key in our life. It has the power to open all doors while providing us with several opportunities. Education makes the difference; it expands the human mind since the more we know the more enlightened we are. It makes us free and it avoid us to be enslaved, too.
It allows me to build character, to become a better person who can keep going and not give up in life, and be someone who can make our country even greater than it already is. Education will allow me to become the General Physician that I dream to be and help save the lives of the many people that have given their part of responsibility to our country. In the words of the 35th president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, “Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled , can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength of the
America is known for many things, such as its history, music, food, clothing style, education, and for being known as the Land of opportunities. Since 1765, The U.S. has been fighting for its freedom to get to where Americans are today and to give the Americans the future they deserve. The most recognized and valued treasure this country has respected for many years is the Pledge of Allegiance and the glory of having to stand up and show the pride there is. I, for one, think that the Pledge of Allegiance is a great representation of the beauty, strength, faith, and perseverance this nation possesses because of the way each word in the pledge has a strong and significant meaning. The pledge can mean many different things to many different people but it will always be known as a symbol of justice and indivisibility.