"My Dream Country" Essays and Research Papers

  • My Dream Country

    My Country – Dorothea Mackellar My Country is an iconic nationalistic poem about Australia written by Dorothea Mackellar in 1908. Dorothea Mackellar was born in Sydney in 1885. Her education was comprised of private home tutoring until she attended University of Sydney. She travelled broadly with her parents and also become fluent in Spanish, French, German and Italian. She highly educated and lived an adventurous life. Though raised in a professional urban family, Mackellar's poetry is usually...

    Anthology, Australia, Dorothea Mackellar 1087  Words | 4  Pages

  • Analysis of the poem 'My Country' by Oscar Krahnvohl

    Stanza One: Starts with 'I love a sunburnt country', which is the exact wording of the second stanza in the original poem by Dorothea Mackellar. This particular stanza (from the original) is the most oem by Oscar Krahnvohl like environmental issues, humanity issues, cultural issues and politicwell-known, and by Oscar starting with this particular line, he exposes the brilliance of the previous poem, but the next few lines start as a parody from the influence of the previous poem. In this stanza...

    Democracy, Division of Mackellar, Dorothea Mackellar 793  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dreams from My Father

    Essay: Dreams From My Father Barack Obama’s Dreams From My Father is exactly what it claims to be by title, a story of race and identity. Barack Obama comes from a diverse background, which he explores throughout the book. Having a white American mother and black Kenyan father, he has a different experience than the majority of people in society when it comes to race and identity, however still it seems similar to the experience of many blacks as described in William E. Cross’s Black Psychological...

    African American, Barack Obama, Black people 1303  Words | 3  Pages

  • Autobiographical Essay

    myself It was sunny afternoon in the middle of the summer. I was reading a book. Then my mother called me and told that, I and my family are moving from our country. My calm mind sudden changed in temper mind. I was shocked. Was I hearing something wrong? That came to my mind first. Because I could not imagine that she can tell me such matter in such an easy mood. But what I heard and what expression I see in my mother’s face was completely right. That incident came like a storm and floated everything...

    English-language films, Feeling, In My Country 1274  Words | 3  Pages

  • Essay for Boston University

    I was a person, who wants to be a successful businessman like everyone else until one tragic event happened in my country. This tragic event made me dramatically shift in my thinking, and make me to strongly realize what I have to do for now. There was the devastating natural disaster happened in the North east of Japan on March 11, 2011, and confirmed death counts over 30,000. It was the biggest earthquake in the history of Japan. I could not even say a word when I watched the news that Tsunami...

    Earthquake, In My Country, Japan 940  Words | 3  Pages

  • Future Indian Sports Manager

    sporting activities despite having such a huge raw pool of talent which if groomed correctly can catapult the country in the international arena as one of the top sporting nations. Sports has been my first and foremost passion from as far as I can remember. An active participant of every single sporting activity in school and my local clubs my entire life revolved around sports from my childhood. he adrenaline rush that comes with playing sports is something that I can't put into words Due...

    Grassroots, In My Country, India 1884  Words | 6  Pages

  • Dreams from My Father (Barack Obama)

    What is My Identity? Dreams from My Father archives Barack Obama’s journey, and struggles, to find his identity. Obama quickly admits that race is an important part of himself, and it is that quest of race and identity that pushes him to question his own uniqueness. Ultimately spanning both worlds of the vastly different cultures of his life in America and his roots in Kenya causes Obama confusion and self-doubt. It is through the steady love of his family that allows Obama to truly find acceptance...

    African American, Ann Dunham, Barack Obama 841  Words | 3  Pages

  • Obama: Individual in the Community(Dreams of My Father)

    Alyna Torres QU 101 Professor Matt Tortora September 29, 2010 Dreams from My Father There are many barriers one must overcome, and to accomplish this, one must find their distinctiveness and take a key role in the community. Throughout the novel, Dreams from my Father by our current president Barrack Obama, Barrack demonstrates the true meaning of being an individual. He is highly active in his community, despite the fact that he is part of the black community. The economic, social, and...

    A Great Way to Care, Barack Obama, Dreams from My Father 1916  Words | 5  Pages

  • Presentation: Barack Obama "Dreams from My Father"

    Barack Obama – “Dreams From My Father-A Story of Race and Heritance” Today I want to introduce you United States President Barack Obama’s first memoir, dreams from my father. It was first published in July 1995 as he was preparing to launch his political career and republished in August 2004. Author: Since my book is an autobiography I won’t tell you everything about the author, I just will give some personal facts about him. Barack Obama was born in 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii to Barack Obama Senior...

    Ann Dunham, Barack Obama, Barack Obama, Sr. 1586  Words | 6  Pages

  • Poetry Comparison Mackellar vs. Hope

    lucky country’, Australia is a stable, democratic society. It is the biggest island on Earth, and home to one of the world’s oldest living cultures. From tropical rainforests in the north, to the deserts of the Red Centre, to the snowfields in the south-east, Australia is vast and varied (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trades, Unknown date). “Australian poetry is rapidly finding a place in the context of an international poetics.” (Kinsella, unknown date) From reading poems such as “My Country”...

    Australia, Australian poets, Dorothea Mackellar 1758  Words | 6  Pages

  • How to Attract Foreigner

    I am a student in the major of English. I would love write an essay about the tourism in my country that is the main field to develop my country. In my topic is talking about 'how to attract the foreigner to visit my country'. Beside the nation tourist in my country, i also need some tourist from foreign that can make a lot of money for people in the country.WebImagesVideoNewsShoppingGamesTranslate Google, Yahoo, Bing Results1to21of about307,000for"how to persuade foreiner" Web Persuasion Techniques ...

    Bus, Foreigner, In My Country 884  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dorothea Mackellar’s My Country

    MY COUNTRY: ANALYSIS Dorothea Mackellar’s ‘My Country’ is a poem expressing Mackellar’s deep passion and love for her country, Australia. The whole poem’s intention seems to evoke the sense of praising for the country and express Mackellar’s deep relationship and passion with her land. Mackellar attains this response from the audience by using numerous language techniques such as; Juxtaposition, personification, sound patterns including alliteration and assonance, imagery, and paradox. The use of...

    Alliteration, Australia, Dorothea Mackellar 717  Words | 2  Pages

  • my country and william street essay

    How is an Australian Voice transgressed through the texts studied? The Australian voice is highlighted extensively throughout the inspirational texts, this creates credibility therefore helps the composers shape ideals. This is shown in the poem My Country composed by Dorothea Mackellar and in the visually stimulating urban poem, William Street written by Kenneth Slessor. Kenneth Slessor’s poem William Street demonstrates the use of an Urban Australian voice through the use of techniques and effects...

    Australia, City, Dorothea Mackellar 581  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nature Vs Nurture

    and brain power. One specific example of why Obama is who he is today was because of the way his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham nurtured him. Dunham was a woman who had empathy, and worked hard every day to achieve her goals and live the all American dream. She was a tough on Obama because she knew the potential he had. Dunham was hard on him during his high school years. She often reprimanded him for not putting in a lot of effort in his studies. She taught him that you can’t just sit around waiting...

    Ann Dunham, Barack Obama, Barack Obama, Sr. 1774  Words | 4  Pages

  • Migration

    migration has been happening for hundreds of years for various reasons such as racism, war invasions, search for a better life, famine, and poor weather conditions. Modernly speaking, in a great majority of cases, people have poor and developing countries that can't provide good conditions for living and raising a family causing them to migrate to another location to in search of a better life style. Sometimes, in search of better education, one would migrate to another location to fulfill their destiny...

    Ann Dunham, Barack Obama, Democratic Party 1984  Words | 5  Pages

  • My Ideal Job

    first time, I've written a brief paragraph about my dream job as my writing exercise. Can someone check this for me, please? I always wanted to become a Paleontologist. I found this job was very interesting, fun and quite adventurous. I love to understand all the history of life on earth and I think it would be amazing if we can find out what really happened on earth in the earlier days. Unfortunately, I knew that I wouldn't be able to reach my dream job because of several reasons. When I was in...

    Biology, Dream, Earth 497  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Journey of Self-Discovery and Self-Initiation

    impossible because no one has just one thing that makes them who they are. Creating one’s identity is a continuous labyrinth of ideas, likes, dislikes, and other factors that somehow end at one person and affect their whole character. Having read Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance by Barack Obama over the summer, I found out how he formed his true identity through the knowledge he gained of the different events and episodes of his life. Some people find out who they are at a very...

    African American, Barack Obama, Black people 2809  Words | 7  Pages

  • Two Different Countries

    difference in language, culture, life style and many more. In my case I moved thousand of miles from my country, Pakistan. The differences are unimaginable. I was born in a very big house with 5 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, 2 kitchens, big lawns in front and back, servant quarters and couple of servants serving my family. This wasn't like this because we were filthy rich or millionaires. It simply portrays a middle class home in my country. My grandmother was used to wake up before sunrise and opened...

    Education, English-language films, Family 592  Words | 2  Pages

  • Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama: Back to School Event

    B. Prepared Remarks of President Barack Obama: Back to School Event On 8th September, 2009 President Barack Obama held a speech at Wakerfield High School in Arlington, Virginia, which focuses on how important education is for their country now and for its future. It was the first day of school for numerous of children all around America, and on the very same day Barack Obama shared a little bit of his childhood and how he struggled when he was young. The speech is based on responsibility and not...

    2008 Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama, Democratic Party 1117  Words | 3  Pages

  • bigcock

    The speech can be divided into three parts; the first part is where he greets everybody and tells a story of his own life to get down to the audience level. In the second part he marks the importance of education for the students and for the country. (her er han inde på noget værdimæssigt- uddyb gerne denne pointe)In the third part he notifies that he knows that the way to success can be a challenging road and it doesn’t come easy to anybody. Barrack Obama engages his audience by mentioning...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Dreams from My Father 1043  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dreams of My Father

    Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance Summer Reading Assignment 1. Explain the author’s purpose for writing this book? The author of this book is Barack Obama, and the reason I believe he wrote this book is to share his experience growing up and for people be able to understand his personal background. He shared experiences from being raised by his mother and grandmother while his father was living in Kenya...

    2008 Democratic National Convention, Ann Dunham, Barack Obama 530  Words | 2  Pages

  • Obama Dreams for My Father

    why did Barack wrote a book for his father? Dreams for my father Barack Hussein Obama was born in 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii. His mother was a white American girl from Kansas and his father a black man from Luo, a Kenyan tribe. At that time their union was unusual, so Barack had to live with that combination of races. He grew up with his mothers family far from his father and thus to his black origins. Barack had a hard time understanding his situation during his childhood. He was lost...

    African American, Barack Obama, Democratic Party 823  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Ideal Holoday

    My ideal holiday….^_^(350)words Holidays is a time for us to relax and release stress,every one like holidays.After a long time of busy working or studies, many people will decides to have an ideal holiday to relax,especialy for the people who stay in the city.I have many different ways to decide how to arrange my holiday time.(53) First of all, I will like to spend my holiday times to went travel with my family to the other country that we haven’t been traveled before. I will prefer to travel...

    Arrangement, Genting Highlands, High school 420  Words | 2  Pages

  • Barack Obama: 'Dreams from My Father'

    Personal Response Number One Title: Dreams from My Father ‘A Story of Race and Inheritance’ Author: Barack Obama Genre: Autobiography, Life Memoir Before Barack Obama was a Politician he was an author. ‘Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance’ is an Auto-Biography written by Barack Obama. The book describes Obama’s life in three parts, from his birth in Honolulu, Hawaii up to the final part of the book which includes his emotional and revealing trip back to his father’s homeland;...

    African American, Ann Dunham, Barack Obama 765  Words | 2  Pages

  • Essay APCC 2

    what has turned my book of life into a new page. And I believe that anyone who once became a JA of APCC will have a novel life after coming back from Fukuoka. To begin with, APCC has given me a great chance to have new experiences. I still remember the day when I was just a little girl at the age of 10, when we-all of the JAs 2008 were too young to have a full awareness. APCC gave me so many the so-call first time. That was the first time I had spent so many days in another country without parents...

    2000 singles, English-language films, In My Country 653  Words | 1  Pages

  • This essay is about why I am proud to be an american.

    I am proud to be an American because we are the most free country on earth. I know I don't have to bow to any man and I can worship my God in the way and in the place of my choice. I can be a Methodist and go to service or I can be Catholic and go to mass on Sundays, I could even be Jewish and go to the synagogue on Saturday. Every night I am able to thank the god of my choice for being able to go to sleep with a full stomach under a well-built shelter with peace of mind. Something that is very rare...

    In My Country, Man, Terrorism 715  Words | 2  Pages

  • Leadership Assignment

    economic, cultural and educational sectors. While education being my primary objective, my study/research would focus directly on learning form leadership, business management concepts and objectivity transform these learning into a beneficial contribution in my personal life as well as to my workplace, since it would be the start of professional success in my life I would prefer to focus on leadership subject which can help and improve my interpersonal skills in management and leadership style and management...

    Afghanistan, Business, In My Country 486  Words | 2  Pages

  • Egan and Doyle Publishing

    I get along with people easily in my work. I am non- smoker person and non- alcohol person too with excellent health. Key Skills: • Good communication and observation. • Ability to answer questions and offer advice. • Happy to work as part of a team. Employment History: • I worked as a dispenser in a pharmacy for two years in my country (IRAN). • I worked in reception in inport and export company for 5 years and I worked with computer in my country (IRAN). • I worked as a deputy manager...

    Birmingham, Coventry, In My Country 408  Words | 2  Pages

  • This Is Why I Chose to Study Business Administration

    change in my country, and in the world through Business, since, Business principles can serve as the backbone for economic, political and social systems at all levels. Certainly, a degree in Business Administration is a extremely practical area of study, since the curriculum provides students with so much real-world experience. Since I was born and am living in Egypt, participated in the YES program, I completely understand how important economic and social development is for my country, I have...

    Administration, Business, Business school 576  Words | 2  Pages

  • Describe a Significant Experience That Changed the Way You View the World

    the world? When I was a 13 years old, I was leaving my country the Philippines. I was excited but also anxious at the same time. As I prepared my luggage, I felt a very strange emotions and feelings not knowing what it will be like to go into another place where everything is completely distinct and diverse. It felt like I was a fresh born baby that needed to be nourish from the start once more and then embarks on a new journey for my own life. As we got to the airport, it was at night and...

    Anxiety, Country music, Fear 764  Words | 2  Pages

  • miss

    Argument I recently start my first year at Fife College, based in Dunfermline, Scotland which is not my home Country. Despite of the language barrier, culture and customs I decide to tray and give a shot. Academic year starts in the same month as in my country on September. The first day at college went basically good and people at college were very hopeful. Evidence Because English is my second language I had so many apprehensions and I was terrified. I wasn’t sure does my English is good enough...

    Classroom, Education, England 438  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Scholarship Essay

    was a little child. I have always seen mom visiting lonely Armenian elders who escaped to our country after the genocide, taking care of them and filling their needs. Since that time, I have always dreamed to be a nurse. I determined to be a nurse because of so many reasons but the main reason is to serve human beings, I believe that the world is suffering right now because we stopped helping. Therefore , my number one reason to become a nurse is to help people, According to Mahatma Gandhi “ be the...

    Diploma, High school, High school diploma 649  Words | 2  Pages

  • Traditional Skills Are Disappearing.

    these activities has lost its wya. there used to be a charm in designing own clothes, mending household items or even repairing furniture. But modern inventions, career building, social activities etc has played its part in this downfall. In my country, except a few towns and villages, people are reluctant to pursue these past practices. Fast paced life style, interest in other curricular activities, less learning opportunities for these dying skills, and no encouragement for it is dominant around...

    Activity, In My Country, Learning 558  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dorothea Mackellar

    the 26th of January 1983 at statue was unveiled in Gunnedah to remember Dorothea Mackellar. As well as the unveiling there was an exhibition of a series of 34 water colour paintings by Jean Isherwood illustrating Dorothea’s most famous poem, My Country. The watercolours were eventually put on permanent display in the Gunnedah Bicentennial Regional Gallery. Jean set about painting a series of oils based on the watercolours which were exhibited at the Artarmon Galleries in Sydney in 1986. In 1984...

    Australia, British Empire, Dorothea Mackellar 369  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Vacation at the City

    MY VACATION AT THE CITY I can still remember the time I went to the city with my family just to have a bit of relaxation since we are over and done with our periodical examinations. Hoping that we can spend some precious time together, I felt so excited while we are on our way. I expected a lot of jokes and laughter, and full of satisfaction when we get there. After a long journey on a muddy and terribly devastated nautical highway, we reach the city, the only city and the capital of our province...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Dreams from My Father 773  Words | 2  Pages

  • ancient mayan essay

     In "The Life You Imagined" and "Dreams From My Farther", Derek Jeter and Barack Obama use a variety of writing strategies to convey their goals. Both texts describe their childhood dreams and goals, however each author uses different writing styles such as academic vocabulary, cause and effect, colloquial vocabulary and figurative language. Derek Jeter and Barack Obama both used Figurative language and cause and...

    Barack Obama, Dreams from My Father, High school 385  Words | 2  Pages

  • Life Without Television

    Life without Television When my family’s only television set went to the repair shop the other day, my parents, my sister, and I thought we would have a terrible week. How could we get though the long evenings in such a quiet house? What would it be like without all the shows to keep us company? We soon realized, though, that living without television for a while was a stroke of good fortune. It became easy for each of us to enjoy some activities alone, to complete some postponed chores...

    Anxiety, Barack Obama, Dreams from My Father 606  Words | 2  Pages

  • English Essay

    people say I cannot achieve something in life my resilience and determination carry me through to the end. In the face of failure I am not a person who will crumble and give up as that is the easy way but instead fight as hard as I can to achieve my goal in life. When people in my life do the wrong thing it is easy to follow in order to be accepted but instead I act against it and my morals say it is wrong and no matter how much they try to make me do it my answer is always no. 4. I am a person...

    Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Dreams from My Father 446  Words | 2  Pages

  • Barack Obama Biography

    candidacy for the 2008 Democratic President for United State, and the significant chapter in his biography of Barack Obama was took place. As a result, he was elected as the president for U.S., the first African American president of this very powerful country. More amazingly, he is re-elected as his second term in 2012. III. Barack Obama’s Personality Traits, Strengths and Weaknesses Obama Personality Trait + General Personality Trait Obama possesses the following great personality traits: - Loving...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Dreams from My Father 5095  Words | 14  Pages

  • Role Model Communicator:

    It is my opinion that Barack Obama is a role model communicator. President Obama has found a way to communicate his thoughts and ideas in a way that many people find acceptable. Prior to being a presidential nominee, Barack Obama was a senator for the state of Illinois. As senator he was known to be charismatic and an influential speaker. Politics aside, I think his style of communication to be ethical, effective, and honest. President Obama was able to become a modern day celebrity through...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Dreams from My Father 500  Words | 2  Pages

  • Democratic Party and Barack Obama

    for president. So in that case Obama made HISTORY. Barack Obama was born on August 4, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii. His mother, Ann Dunham, was white. She had been born in Kansas. His father, Barack Hussein Obama, was black. He was born Kenya, a country in Africa. A year after Barack’s parents had gotten married Barack Jr. was born. His nick name was Barry. When Barry was two years old, his farther had a chance to study at Harvard University in Massachusetts. This led to divorce. Barry and his mother...

    Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Dreams from My Father 479  Words | 2  Pages

  • Kenya Essay

    in section two, also known as Chicago. It is on this journey that Barack Obama tries to come to terms with the complications of his family ties, his identity issues, his family culture, his human flaws, and his family failings. Traveling through a country racked by real bad poverty and tribal issues, Barack Obama discovers that he is strongly attached to a lot of his siblings whom is living an ocean away from him. It is in Kenya, where Barack Obama and Auma visit with one of their grandfather’s wives...

    Ann Dunham, Barack Obama, Barack Obama, Sr. 575  Words | 2  Pages

  • Barack Obama

    the values he believes in and what he stands for. He represents something the country has needed for a long time. During his 2008 campaign for US president, he embodied the very meaning of the word “hope”. Obama’s election was truly revolutionary. His story can been considered a huge milestone in the United States’ history. The very fact that Barack Obama was voted in, and by a very large margin, shows proof that the country has abandoned its usual ideas on who is “fit” to run in high office. Barack’s...

    Ann Dunham, Barack Obama, Democratic Party 538  Words | 2  Pages

  • Barack Obama: Early Life

    to Kenya and saw his son only once more before dying in an automobile accident in 1982.[10] After her divorce, Dunham married Indonesian student Lolo Soetoro who was attending college in Hawaii. When Suharto, a military leader in Soetoro's home country came to power in 1967, all students studying abroad were recalled and the family moved to Indonesia.[11] There Obama attended local schools, such as Asisi, in Jakarta until he was ten years old. He then returned to Honolulu to live with his maternal...

    Ann Dunham, Barack Obama, Columbia University 634  Words | 2  Pages

  • my dream

    India of My Dreams Introduction William Dement said, “Dreaming permits each and everyone of us to be quietly and safely insane every night of ourMy India My Pride lives.” He says that sometimes this insanity can be fruitful and sometimes very infectious and sometimes very delectable and delicious. It is in many ways necessary for a country like India to be insane and dream as it is a bigger crime not to dream than to dare to dream. India of my dreams is a topic, which is as wide and...

    Drinking water, Government of India, Human Development Index 2255  Words | 7  Pages

  • My Dreams For My Country

     My dreams for my country 1. My dream for my country is not different than the dream of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Unfortunately soon we will complete seven decades since independence but Quaid’s dreams is yet to come true. But, What was Quaid’s dream? Father of the Nation, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, always wanted to see a prosperous Pakistan — a country that could be a shining example for all the Muslim nations in the world. A beautiful mosaic of all ethnic communities...

    Karachi, Liaquat Ali Khan, Muhammad 614  Words | 2  Pages

  • The India of My Dreams

    soldiers. My ideal India is modernised. It embodies the best in the cultures of the East and the West. Education is wide - spread, and there is practically no illiteracy. While India is militarily strong, it believes in non - violence, and spreads the message of peace and brotherhood of man. In this situation, it is natural for the youth of the country to turn to the India of its dreams. A dream often inspires the dreamer to work and strive so that it may come true. In the India of my dreams, everybody...

    Asia, Developed country, Dream 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • Essay on India of My Dream

    about my Dream about my Country INDIA. The “I” in India is ‘Me’. ‘I’ am ‘India’ and ‘India’ is in ‘me’. Thus, if India, my Country, is not doing well in some spheres and is still amongst the Developing Countries of the World is spite of its man power then we need to ask ourselves as to who is responsible for it? Dr. Abdul kalam had once asked a little Girl, what was her dream for India? She replied “I dream of a developed India”.this impressed him and to be honest this is also ‘My Dream’. I dream...

    A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, History of India, India 878  Words | 3  Pages

  • The India of My Dreams

    action-- Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake. Goes a poem written by rabindranath tagore, renowned writer, author nd poet, and more importantly, an indian who dreamt of a better india in the future. Well, talking of dreams, a dream is a sub-conscious psychic vision of the 'Ideal';coloured by personal affections and framed by the human yearning to reach what one wants.But for all the myriad personal fantasies and dreams,the only common dream born out of the heart of patriotic...

    Agriculture, Dream, Economy of India 1010  Words | 3  Pages

  • India of My Dream

    India of my Dream The radioactivity of an exploded bomb may linger for years and centuries,But it can never ever equal radioactivity that my nation India has emitted and emits my life.Radioactivity that does not destroy but builds. Such is my nation, my pride, my India- the abode of mighty Himalayas,land of saints,seers and sadhus, birth place of shri mad bhagvad geetaji and other purana and upnishads,crade of religion of Hinduism,Jainism and Buddhism. India had many great personalities like mahatma...

    Akbar the Great, Ashoka the Great, Chandragupta Maurya 730  Words | 3  Pages

  • Slogans On India Of My Dreams Essays

    Bottom of Form Slogans on India Of My Dreams Essays and Term Papers Top of Form Bottom of Form Top of Form Bottom of Form My India My Dream the dream of every citizen of a country, to see that the country develops with no negative systems or ideas or beliefs. It is my dream and my vision that India would be the most powerful and developed nation in the world in near future. India will be a golden bird of the coming years. In my dreams more... Vision of My Dream India International Day against Drug...

    Artificial intelligence, Carl Jung, Cricket 1194  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Country, My Home

    because I was born in Malaysia. Why did I say this? This is because Malaysia is a good country in the universe. Malaysia is a country full of many different things. However, my country is also full of good points which makes many people love it. Firstly, the food is different from state to state. For example, in Ipoh, I can eat many food which cannot be eaten in other states, but it still in my country. Ipoh is famous for ”Ipoh Beansprouts Chicken”, I like to eat because it very tasty but...

    Bribery, Chinese New Year, Christianity 993  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Dream

    Edward Sinigayan 06/26/12 My Life The sun rays from my balcony window of my 2 story mansion hit my face as the sun arose over the oceans horizon. I slowly opened my eyes to the beautiful creation God has bestowed upon me also know as my wife. When my mind came to a still, I came to realize that from all of the long hard hours of studying and working at a time was a small step in my long and relaxing life that I am now continuing. It feels great to be the owner of the multi-million...

    Business, Business plan, Entrepreneur 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • INDIA OF MY DREAMS

    INDIA OF MY DREAMS Being from the sports background, I always wished my country to be the champions in sports in different disciplines may be Cricket, Hockey etc etc. My wishes were limited to sports but never thought of imagining India of my Dream in a vast context till the said topic was given for assignment. While going through the sources, I happen to read Dr. Abdul Kalam’s question to one little girl, what was her dream for India? She replied “I dream of a developed India”. Giving a thought...

    Literacy, Quality of life, Secularism 1773  Words | 5  Pages

  • My American Dream

    February 7th, 2014 My American Dream “The American Dream is still alive out there, and hard work will get you there. You don’t necessarily need to have an Ivy League education or to have millions of dollars startup money. It can be done with an idea, hard work and determination.” Bill Rancic We do not live in a perfect world, not even a perfect country. Yet, we still live in a place that gives us opportunity. We live in a place that may not always be equally fair but gives us the ...

    2006 singles, American Dream, James Truslow Adams 1031  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Little Bit Of Country

    My Little Bit of Country The short story ”My Little Bit of Country” by Susan Cheever is an essay about Susan Cheever. The essay is based on Susan’s life experiences. The theme in the text is city- and country life. Susan was as a child very fascinated about New York City, so for her to move to the country was a disaster. The essay brings up differences and similarities between city and country, and how these influenced Susan’s life. Susan Cheever is without any doubt our main character in the...

    A Little Bit, City, Essay 955  Words | 3  Pages

  • the house of my dream

    THE HOUSE OF MY DREAMS Rosalía’s house If I had money I’d buy the flat above mine and I’d build a duplex with a staircase in the living room. Upstairs there would be three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living-room and a balcony. Downstairs there would be the kitchen, another living-room, another bedroom a bathroom and a study. I wouldn’t move from my neighbourhood because of my mom. She likes it and my friends live nearby. I’d live in a kind of terraced house and all the rooms must be very coloured...

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