A Memorable Time In Your Life As a child As a child growing up my life would have seemed a bore or sad compared to most kids. My routine was simple: Wake up, get ready, go to school, and come home within a certain amount of time. Not that interesting, right? Well my parents weren’t the type of people to help you gain different views or experiences, besides maybe the amount of hate that grew from punishment. Though from all of this I grew to love dreaming, researching, and planning.
Even with my moods, whether it is sad or mad, music will help me get through it. It has absolutely been an enormous part of my life and who I am. Thus, this is to say that I have musical talent. I am in a high school marching band, where I play any piano-like instrument. My viewpoint with music has come to a simple conclusion, without it, I would not know who I am or what to do with my life.
I could either teach music or even give lessons to other people. I want a legacy and for that to happen, I need to give my wisdom and share my knowledge with people. I want them to strive for greatness as well! I want to be able to leave people with something they can always remember whether that is the love of music or just a life lesson. At the end of grade eleven, I thought to myself I would love to teach music.
She has a very musical family, giving her an advantage when it comes to the “talent” gene and having personal mentors to help guide her through a future journey of fame. According to an article from “TheFamousPeople.com”, being exposed to a family with such a musical background caused to Whitney became inspired at an early age to try things like playing the piano and singing. Growing up with this gift, Whitney’s mother was very hard on her to protect her from the cruelty of the world around her. “I didn’t want my sweet baby to ever know hardship, if I could help it, because hardship was something I had learned plenty about in my own childhood”, says Cissy Houston in her book “Remembering Whitney”. Whitney’s mother was protective over her, hoping to prevent any of the difficulties she had faced as a child.
Since I’ve been in music class I have learned how to appreciate music more. I’ve have also learned how to appreciate other people’s cultural music selection, and to understand how their music is a part of their way of life. I’m also glad that I took this class because I can see music culture from a different point of view. Music class has been one of the most interesting class I’ve taken and I do not regret it because of the many things I have
I thought that my parent’s expectations of me would be forgotten over time, and I would settle for a satisfactory job. But as I grew up, I had realized how much difficulty my parents went through in order for me to have a good education, and for them to have a better job. This became the fuel for dedication and tenacity on the road to achieving my goal. Since then, I have always tried to exceed the expectations, in and outside of school. At the age of ten, I began to accept my expectations and started taking small steps closer to my goal.
Every stage of life has its own set of rules and happiness and we must try to learn and get adjusted to it. One is born as babies, grow as a child and turn adults and finally reach the old age. When little, we longed for the freedom that adults enjoyed but never thought of the hardships in later life that accompanies childhood. Childhood and adulthood are two different stages of life and the rest of our life is totally dependent on these two stages. Childhood is the most important time of your life, the time of innocence.
While singing is fun, it’s interesting to know how much work is put into making and reading the songs. My journey through music started with my parents. One year, on Valentines day, my mom recorded herself singing a song and put it on a CD for my dad. My father would play that song for me in the car and told me my mom was singing and I would be so excited. I have always thought my mom had a beautiful voice and I have always wished I could sing like her.
I want to improve the CPS systems especially, because of work overload a lot of children are suffering. Eventually, I would like to open my own agency that will not only empower and/or encourage children to be there better self but will also secure them a future in life. An agency that is truly going to bring in positive and great results and would not consist of burnouts/work overload. Experience as a Student In undergraduate school, there were a lot of good moments, as well as struggling moments. There were times that I wanted to quit, but that was not
The value of education is something that I have understood at a very young age. Through personal experience I have seen how people around me face difficulties in their personal and professional lives because they did not get an opportunity to attend college. Moreover, my parents have made many commitments in order to make sure that I get a good education that they weren’t able to get during their childhood. Ever since I was a child, I have been showing a particular interest in the fields of Mathematics, Science and Information Technology. It isn’t entirely because I find it fascinating to work with sums, programming and experiments, but also because I like to explore, experiment and create something new.