We all mess up. We say things we later wish we could take back. We do things we wish we could undo. We miss opportunities. This happens in all spheres of our lives. And because we all mess up, we like to start over, to turn our backs on the past, to look forward, to hope that this time around, things are going to be better. Something exciting about starting over, new challenges, new experiences, and new opportunities brought excitement to my life. I love starting a new year. I have plans, goals and dreams I’d like to accomplish, big challenges ahead of me. Looking back over the past year, I realize there are some goals and dreams I’d like to do differently. Starting over were a challenge for me to start a new year at school: new books, new textbooks, sometimes new teachers and new subjects. And then there were all the New Year’s resolutions: this year I’m going to write neatly. I’m going to do my homework every day. I’m going to exercise regularly, and so the list begins. In my opinion, people generally like to start over. Love comes in so many different levels, that it doesn’t appear to be the same emotion at all. Love is an emotion that makes enemies into friends and friends into enemies. People should love the fact that life can be appreciated so much more. Love is a complicated word that it will be hard to just sum it up in one simple word. I love my family dearly and when we have our problems I feel that I’m always the one who brings us back together. There is always a peace maker in the family and that appears to be me. I can only take a certain level of my families behavior but once it hit that level of disrespect it’s my duty to end it the right away. Everybody in my family shows love and support towards each other even though they have their ups and downs. Our family bond level of love that brought about the phrase, blood is thicker than water. Even though we do things to our family members, and at times we don’t get along with each...
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