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The Most Disappointing Experience

In our world, everyone has had a disappointing experience at some point. I have felt

disappointed after I graduated from high school. Everyone has a dream in his/her life, and he/she

will fight to reach that dream. I always dreamed of being a student at a business school because I

really like to study business. I loved this major because I have gone to my grandfather's company,

and I liked how he was handling his business. At school, I decided to study business after I

graduated. When I graduated from high school, I was excited to apply to King Saud University,

and that is what I did. I wanted to attend the Business School at King Saud University, but the

school did not accept me because my GPA was not acceptable at that school. I felt like my

childhood dreams were passing in front of me because I was not accepted at the Business School,

but I was accepted to another college which is College of Art. While I was studying English

Literature, I tried to transfer to the Business School, but I could not transfer. After one semester,

when I realized that I would not be accepted, I decided to pursue my dream out of my country's

borders. I applied to a university in Jordan, and I got an acceptance at that university. Because

studying business was my dream, I went toward my dream, and the disappointment was gone.

Disappointing moments can give positive or negative impacts, and you must use these

disappointments to make you more powerful.

My Home

Have I told you about my home? It’s not like any home that has been built or will be

built one day, and of course, in my opinion, it’s the best home people could have had whether you

agree with me or not. If you are reading my words right now, you may wonder what makes my

home special, so some people might wish they could have one like it. My home contains two main

parts and some secondary parts. When I feel uncomfortable, upset,

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