Most events that occurred have made me the strong, confidant person I am today. Some meaningful memories that have occurred happened when I was still growing up. The most wonderful memories happened with my family. Without the support of my family my life would not have been as great as it is now. I remember my dad telling me that “life is what you make it to be and with heart and confidence you can be just about anything you want to be.” Those words always run through my head knowing that anything is possible if you just take the time and try to make it possible.
I have strong morals, including there is only one life to live; life should be joyous. Therefore, my goal is to make everyone I come across a friend. Making them feel loved and showing them my true heart. Most important to me are when people see the love I try to radiate. I want this to be on a personal level to each person I meet.
When I was ready to talk myself out of applying to fellowships, he persuaded me to go for it. He was my practice audience for my first radio interview, television interview, and every major presentation. His good judgment makes it easy to share my burdens with him—and my good fortunes, too. Because your spouse knows the extent of your troubles, your successes become that much more meaningful. While I may not tell my close friends or my parents the details of a new opportunity, I don’t need to hold back with David.
Even though education is a primary key to improve the quality of life of an Alzheimer’s patient, I strongly believe a little fun could go a long way. A day for the caregiver and patient to unload their worries and struggles would not only relieve stress; but get them to appreciate another day of life for their loved one with the disease. I believe even though there isn’t a cure yet for this disease love, care, and hope will motivate the patient to keep fighting and embrace all aspects of their lives. Organization: Because this is a big project I would combine my ideas with the Alzheimer’s Association. The Alzheimer’s Association is a program that provides education to patients, caregivers, professionals, and community members who are affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
He focused on what he thought at that time. The similarities between the essay and the speech are the attitude that Val and Ric have for the thrilling experience. Although those two events almost brought their life in an unknown way, they did not hate that experience. Because of those experiences, they learned a lot to think about what they should do in their life when they are alive. The experience is kind of an opportunity to bring them to a high quality life.
2. What are some key personality features that define you? Some key personality traits that would define me would be that I am always bubbly and happy no matter what is going on in my life. My behavior shows that I will go the extra mile for someone in need and I always try to make everyone happy. Even though I might not please everyone in the long run.
Simplistic in though but complex in realty all wanted was to start a new. Threw the beginning of the trip I thought to myself that Chris was a brave individual to be able to leave home. To start from scratch to know that everything is going to work out for the best in the end. Helping and inspiring people while he was searching to find himself. Everyone that helped him along the way was instrumental in him reaching his goal.
It was a good thing because I’m handling his criticism well. I am learning how to take his criticism in a positive way now. In conclusion, The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho shows his readers that they shouldn’t let their fears stop them from achieving their dreams. Sometimes we make it more worse than it already is. If you don’t let your fears stop you from achieving your dreams, then you will live a happy life knowing that you took all your chances and you don’t regret that you didn’t take any risks.
He called this personality-type theory. The theory states that people feel that their job or profession is fulfilling if there is a match between some important features of their work and their personality (Holland 2002). I believe I will be successful because I will love what I do. Despite my past or anything in between I know I will be a person that helps others. Even if it’s just a little piece of the puzzle I provide I will have helped in some way give a family the closure they will need when they are in need of comfort.
Tara Mahamad Mr. Joanes ENG3U1 July.23rd.2013 Relationships at it's Finest : Healthy Relationships To Begin with, Building healthy patterns early in your relationship can establish a solid foundation for the long run. when beginning a relationship it is important to always BEE - (Build, Explore and Establish). Build a foundation of appreciation and respect. by doing so you focus on all of the things your partner says and does as well as consider them. Happy couples make a point of noticing even small opportunities to say "thank you" to their partner, rather than focusing on mistakes their partner has made.