Throughout my life I have learned to be grateful for everything that I have, to be someone in life, and to follow your heart no matter the situation. First of all, who am I? I come from a family who are hardworking and achievers. Most of my family own businesses or land that they play a big role in. I am motivated and inspired to follow their pathway and do better, which is why I am always giving it my best to be successful.
I felt comfortable being around kids. I have always wanted to specialize in something that involved children. Having this opportunity made me completely sure that I wanted to be around children for the rest of my life. The teachers would always ask me for help and for me it felt right. It felt like I belonged there.
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.
Additionally, Utilitarianism necessitates the person to be a fair spectator between his happiness and that of others and “To do as you would be done by.” In correlation with my social identity, I believe that every human must follow this golden rule and live by it to achieve social justice. Likewise, Mill’s Utilitarian Morality utterly follows “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself” (Leviticus 18:19, KJV). Which I believe, we must employ on a daily basis to our family members, friends, and countrymen
True family and friends will always be there for you. You got to know what is going to work and what is not, separate the real from the fake. In life everybody is not going to be down with you, sometimes you got to let them go, just like dreams. Prioritizing is a part of growing up, because if you of not will likely fail in life. That is exactly why this point I am.
First reason being, because Aurora University has always been a very diverse intuition in terms of always welcoming all students while also being flexible in the different programs they offer in many departments. Secondly, because this institution has always been closely connected with the community and the local organizations. This is extremely important to me because as a resident of Aurora, I am a person who is always looking to be involved in the community which I know the institution does that often. Finally, because Aurora University is the institution where I will complete my undergraduate degree. My intention has always been to stay at the same instruction because it has not only made me grow professionally but it has also led me to many opportunities in my professional goals.
Confessing to him was the hardest thing I ever had to do. Open heartedly he accepted my past. We began our bright future with a clean slate. In conclusion, all the events that happened helped me learn how to love myself. It taught me to never let a man take away your voice.
Family Is Worth It My whole life I have heard it said that family is everything and people would do anything to keep them safe. When I was younger I would say there 's no way i 'll give it up just like that, I have so many years to live and many things to do and learn. I have now realized that I actually agree with dying for someone that I really care about if the outcome is making them live longer. While it is true that I would die for an important principle, it does not necessarily follow that I would give up my life for something small such as objects that are meaningless and could be easily replaced. In the play “The Crucible,” John Proctor had to make a tough decision whether to lie about doing witchcraft and live or to be accused of witchcraft and die, but have a good relationship with God.
In lieu to that, I greatly believed the notion of self-realization and the ideals of my life, hence the existence of the unspeakable line that covered my forms of friendships. Furthermore, it is how my percept my values of life as something that cannot be deterred nor erased by anybody, including my peers and my family. In this variated society, there are different forms of people who will try to put away your values and form your values by
I have grown to understand that my values are a result of my experiences and people in my life and therefore aim to surround myself with people that will influence me positively. My family have always taught me to stay strong in what I believe in and encourage me to be open and honest. They have impacted the way I respond to my experiences as I always receive advice and support from them. I feel a basic responsibility to honour and respect the people in my life. In life I will come into contact with different people all the time, they will have varying beliefs, interests and outlooks.
The United States Army and West Point are dedicated to the respect of others and to respecting diversity. Each member of the Armed Forces is unique and his or her identity should be respected. Growing up as a military child, I have been exposed to all sorts of people and cultures that are different from my own. Furthermore, many of my classmates, teammates, and friends have come from different backgrounds and I have learned to work successfully with all people. From my experiences growing up around many different cultures of people and from working with them, I believe that I will be successful in working with any person at West Point and in the U.S. Army.
They want to do everything they possibly can, it’s great to encourage them to do so. As I said in the beginning, I am beyond proud of myself for becoming an LNA. Throughout my experience of becoming an LNA I have learned that you can’t be afraid of what you want to do and that you may have to prove people wrong in life, even if it is your family. I am thankful for this experience and how much it has helped me grow for adulthood. I never changed as a person, I have just improved my talents and am chasing my
I was able to see the brighter side of all things when I met Paul. Through my service at Union Chapel, I have been able to grow and see a lot of what Paul does for a living. He has been through alot in his life. He now has a family and holds them close to his heart day in and day out. Family is a clear love for Paul.
I am also from a very diverse environment, in which I can bring a new perspective to this community based off of values that I cherish in my every day life such as hōʻihi (respect), kuleana (responsibility), haʻahaʻa (humility), and mālama (to care). Another value that I have introduced my current leadership team—Setters Leadership and House—was kahiau, which means to give back to the community without expecting anything in return. I can demonstrate my commitment to this society by being actively involved with events that we plan or attend. I will also share my values and incorporate these values in activities that we do to empower each other through academics, leadership and service. Advocating about my values is a form of leadership that I like to share with others to introduce them to my culture and the values that I stand by.
Selfishness may never be the key to success. My parents always preached to be a leader and never a follower, and to not copy others accomplishments instead develop your own success. I say this to emphasize why leadership is my highest quality, and my highest motivation to continue my journey in life. In conclusion, there are some behaviors one must take account for when it comes to quality leadership which include exceptional communication skills, commitment, and an optimistic demeanor. My life goal is to become a Pediatrician.