Ap English 3
25, October, 2011
Journey through life
“Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.” Mark Twain. Taking the first step through your journey takes more than a thousand miles; it takes a lifetime, a moment, a second. Life starts when you first open your eyes, coming out of your mother’s womb. Wasting your life on inevitable time leaves you no room to stride out onto your journey.
When I recall back into my childhood existence; school was a major issue in my life. It was not because of the overwhelming school work, or the funny looking teachers, it was not because the food sucked, or because of no matter how hard I tried I couldn’t figure out that simple math problem correct. No, it was me, me alone. I made school an issue because like most kids, I couldn’t find myself. But unlike the others I considered that it a restraint from me ever achieving anything in my life. You might be thinking that a little girl of 9 has much more time to think about that. And I say you’re wrong. There’s never enough time in the day, let alone enough time t in a life time until you first start with that one question, thus leading you through your journey. What will I be when I grow up? How will I achieve this goal? What do I have to offer society? I asked those questions. And believably I received an answer while expanding a tear-jerking novel, Charlotte’s Web. Wilbur had a savior, a simple spider named Charlotte and so did I, and it was them. I knew after reading that inspirational book, what I then wanted. I was no longer afraid to take that first step. I know now that I want to be a psychologist, to help people reflect their light.
Cry out when necessary. Overcome evil with good. Respond with love. When do you tell yourself that whatever else everyone is saying means absolutely nothing? Your long hold obstacles in life. Your abstract ideas saying you can’t succeed. You...