• Dreams and Aspirations
    own well being, so being in law enforcement I will fell that I’m making a difference in my society. So pretty much what I have seen and been through in my life have taken an effect in me in a way that makes help out other people around me. Being committed is the only thing that I need to be successful in my life and fulfill my dreams and aspirations. Along the way family and society have helped me realize many things on how important life is. ...
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  • Dreams
    Every person in this world has a dream. Even a child has an aspiration in life. Even successful persons in the world have dreams. In other words, dreams are the things you want to achieve in your life. It can be your future career, your family, your house and many more. When I was a kid, my dreams...
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  • Me: Now and Then
    have encountered in my life include interests, dreams and aspirations, and attitude about life. First of all, as I mature, my interests have altered dramatically. I used to play with toys like cars, robots, but nowadays my hobbies include photography and drawing. Furthermore, my interests in food...
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  • My Hopes, Goals and Aspirations
    , “when I was a child I thought as one and when I became a man, I put away childish things.” The time has come for me to plan a way to achieve this aspiration. Goals have to be made and kept. A goal is the purpose toward which an endeavor is directed. My first goal is to always put God first in my life...
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  • Dreams
    Dreams, Aspirations, and Ambition At some point in a person's life--I THINK every person's life, but obviously I'm not sure because I only have first-hand experience with one--he discovers what he wants to do his life. Paul Graham calls it what you love to do. I wanted to be a computer...
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  • College Essay
    It is normal for every person to have some aspiration and dreams in life. Each and every person has dreams for what he would like to be in the future. All these aspirations make a person put more effort in order to attain those dreams. Everybody has a dream in their life which will show them...
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  • Dreams and Aspirations
    the texts Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keys, What's Eating Gilbert Grape? by Lasse Hallström, and through my own studies of Million Dollar Baby by Clint Eastwood. These three highly acclaimed texts represent the same ideas on dreams and aspirations, which can be defined as hope, desire or the...
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  • Ambition Seen in My Antonia by Willa Cather
    contrary it can guide one to success, which is another step to acquiring the American Dream. Ambition goes hand in hand with progress, self-reliance, and individualism, some of the tenets for an American Dream. In Willa Cather’s My Antonia, Tiny Soderball showed the most in any of the other characters as...
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  • Receiving a Scholarship
    dreams, desires and aspirations are achieved and materialized. Remember it was Norman Vincent Peal that said “what ever the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve.” Dreams are the stepping stones to the future, it will open the doors of opportunity allowing you to utilize your full potential...
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  • My American Dream
    could be completely happy, but I want to be as close to happiness as I could get. For me, these opportunities, the fact that after all my downfalls I could still get up and turn my life around with a clear vision of new dreams. It isn’t just a dream…It can be a reality. My perspective on The American...
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  • Mgt341
    * Fulfill aspirations * Improve social skills * Build on methods to create wealth Personal development includes activities that improve awareness and identity, develop talents and potential, enhances quality of life and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. The concept is...
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  • Linking Gatsby to Sonnets
    problematic figure we are made to view through a series of lenses, above all through the admiring but cynical and world-weary gaze of Nick Carroway. Gatsby’s aspiration to win Daisy and achieve the perfect life, abolishing five years of life and reclaiming the Daisy he fell in love with as a young officer...
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  • Linking Sonnets from the Portuguese to the Great Gatsby
    going back to Theocritus, is to be her own story, reflecting “The sweet, sad years, the melancholy years,/Those of my own life”, and in Sonnet XIII remarks “Nay, let the silence of my womanhood/Commend my woman-love to thy belief”. It says much about the flawed nature of Gatsby’s aspirations that Daisy...
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  • Expository: Vicious Yet Elegant Cycle of Hope
    Vicious yet elegant cycle of hope The American dream is an aspiration that most seek but cannot achieve, not only because the reality of life cannot compare to idealistic dreams but also because the ideals are usually far too perfect to be paralleled. Steven Spielberg best represents the idea...
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  • Death of a Salesman
    My Father's Dream and My Reality Told by Biff Loman The bond between a boy and his father is one that should sustain the test of time. I have looked up to my father for the majority of my life and he's beliefs of life have influenced the way I grew up to be the man I am today. However in the...
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  • What I Desire To Become
    ~WHAT I DESIRE TO BECOME~ 7 Can you imagine a person without any dreams in life? In essence a dream is a long term aspiration of a person or more. I believe in the aphorism "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” by Eleanor Roosevelt. It unmistakably states that...
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  • College Esssay
    share it with, my dreams, my aspirations, and my goals were never forgotten and were always gone after. I have been very lucky to have had support throughout most of my life in the many things I strived to accomplish. Never have I felt hindered or prevented in reaching and ultimately accomplishing...
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  • Mira's Papers
    . When Hughes suggests that a deferred dream could “dry up like a raisin in the sun,” he uses this simile to suggest that a dream is like a raisin – once so healthy and moist with promise of taste – can easily transform into a dried up prune that has now become shriveled and void of life. Hughes...
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  • Personal
    am ready to be on my own. I am ready to conquer any obstacle in my life. I am ready to achieve those goals. All in all, my community, my family, and my school have shaped my dreams and aspirations in life. I am determined to follow my dreams and achieve them. In my life I have had a lot of ups and downs, but when I go down, I get right up and see what I can do to better myself and achieve that goal....
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  • Who Am I Essay
    has to be my biggest carrer goal and aspiration by far. I know it will take a lot of hard work but I am willing to do whatevr it takes to achieve my goals. Looking from now into my life as a 24 year old I can picture myself a maried man and getting my shop running smothly. “You never work a day in your life if you love what you do.”...
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