658 words - 3 pages. At the time of writing the employment rate for neurosurgeons is about 99%, yet the national employment rate is around 90%. Lastly, neurosurgery is a job with job security. Almost 96% of neurosurgeons quit their prior jobs and were not laid off. Neurosurgery is a field that requires excellent people skills and superb reflexes, which makes this my dream job.
I am a soccer fanatic, Nicola Tesla loving, aspiring neurosurgeon who is a student at Blanchard Middle School. I relish every moment I spend with the inanimate, yet loving sport of soccer. I also am driven by my need to be like my honest and kind role model Nicola Tesla. As a person who is always looking for challenge, the exciting and invigorating field of neurosurgery was made for me. I am a boy who treasures soccer, revers Nicola Tesla, and wants to be a brain surgeon after graduation, which is just part of what make me who I am.
983 words - 4 pages"My room tells the truth aboutme"
It can be very obstinate to imagine that material things reveal a person's personality, after all a bedrooms just were you sleep isn't it? But to me that's not the case.
Firstly I can control it, but more importantly it is a place of refuge from day to day bustle. My room contains all of my worldly possessions and is the only place in life that is completely and utterly left to me to do as I wish with. It is an exhibit of my inner secrets and habits.
As you enter my room you will be struck by the obvious untidiness. This is because of the day-by-day build-up of unorganised medley, spread from corner to corner of this humble abodeVIEW DOCUMENT
786 words - 3 pagesAfter looking into the results of my personality tests, I found out many things that I did not know about myself, which would affect my future career choices greatly: I found out that I was even tempered, which would be a two sided blade for me in the future. I found out that I am very adaptable, which will aide me when tough changes occur; I found that I am confident enough to step up to any challenges yet I dislike pressures and deadlines; And last but not least, I am creative and logical, but never really inspiring and motivating.I am very even keeled normally, which means I rarely get tooVIEW DOCUMENT
641 words - 3 pagesIn the past four years of my life, voluteer work has left an indelible mark on my heart and mind. When I became a voluteer, I had a very vague notion of leadership. As my high school days come to an end, I am left with the feeling that I have finally come into my own shoes, discovering the things that are important to me and those that are not. I have found my personal leadership style, and I now pay attention to the leaders I come across each day. For this reason, voluteering has been both an enlightening and inspiring experience, for I am surrounded by peers, mentors, and the voluteer program director, all of whom are leaders with creative visions of their own.
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1282 words - 5 pagesMy Puerto RicoAnyone who has ever been on vacation knows how special it can be. Spending time with family, relaxing worry-free, and just getting away from a normal schedule can be very rewarding, and make for some great memories. The first time I traveled to Puerto Rico, I was nine months old. I don't remember much about that trip, but there were many more to come in following years. I can recall vividly my most recent trip; After hours of sitting in an airplane's cramped cabin, snacking on a miniscule serving of extremely salty pretzels, it was aVIEW DOCUMENT
2924 words - 12 pages significant to note that Lambert Mascarenhas won critical acclaims for his pre-liberation, socio political novel –Sorrowing Lies My Land (1955). The diasporic novelists such as Leslie de Noronha, Peter Nazareth, Victor Rangel-Ribeiro, Lino Leitao Margaret Mascarenhas and Ben Antao are known internationally. They wrote sincerely and passionately.
The elements of local colour literature are taken into consideration while analyzing the novel Let Me Tell You About Quinta. As perceptively observed by Josephine Donovan “Local colour literature is characterized by a realistic focus upon a particular geographical locale, its native customs, its physical and cultural environment andVIEW DOCUMENT
716 words - 3 pagesMy grandfather is a schmuck. Yet to him, that insult is doubly offensive, because he is also anti-Semitic. He tried to stop my father, who was raised Catholic, from marrying my mother, who was raised Jewish. He recently divorced my grandmother, after 58 years of marriage. My grandfather has told me many stories, most of which were either exaggerations for the more boring ones or altogether facetious, but always mind-numbingly dull. In fact, I have fallen asleep on the telephone with him before, only to wake up to his snarling, growling voice reprimanding my ear. He also repeats stories many times, because his memory is equivalent to that of a mosquito. I have to thank him three times forVIEW DOCUMENT
531 words - 2 pages Charley, I actually feel fortunate. Yes, Charley did cause my dad lost business, left a lot of yard for me, left power and cable outages, and hundreds of dollars of meat to go bad. When I thought about this I felt kind of unfortunate but, when I thought about the people that starve day after day on normal bases in places like Africa, I feel fortunate. A lot of people in other countries don't ever have power, cable, or even houses for that matter. I think that after events like this, we should all pull together and help one another. Volunteer to help your neighbors and people that had it worse then you, have free barbeques with your meat that is going to go bad anyway, and most of all giveVIEW DOCUMENT
769 words - 3 pagesFrederick Douglass, a man of impeccable character whose struggle through life gave all of us a person we can look up to, has created an autobiography that has been studied and admired years after his time. Throughout the riveting narrative of Frederick’s plights for recognition as an intelligent human being—surprising for a former slave of that time period (1818-1895), the focus shifts ever-so slightly from the predicament the Africans of that time were enduring to his own indignation of the white man's epithet of black people as feral, as he tries to achieve acceptance pass the nearly insurmountable wall of ignorance and racial hate.
When writing about his time as a slave there is anVIEW DOCUMENT
11126 words - 45 pages around wildly. In making this violent movement he knocked his glasses off his face.
He could not see without them. He groped frantically, knocking things off his desktop. He went down on his knees, searching around on the floor. He found nothing. Standing up shakily, he looked around.
Babygirl came to him. She bent down and picked up his glasses. She said, "I have what you are looking for."
She gave him the glasses and their hands touched, the first intimate, physical contact.
He said, "Thank you for giving me what I needed."
From that moment on she was free of all inhibitions and she talked freely about her past sexVIEW DOCUMENT
1196 words - 5 pages asks to protect itself from outside because it feels insecure. The flower tells many things to little prince as if it knows the whole world; however, it really doesn't know anything better than what it has seen so far. To me, the flower resembles of a teenager who seeks attention and wants to be protected in all aspect. Also, looking at the flower, I saw myself. I was extremely selfish and only did things I wanted to do. I think I did not care about what other people thought about my act. But now, I think it is time for me to be like the flower after when it decide to be challenged. The flower was prepared to take the bugs and the wind. Similar to what flower did, I want to show my mom that IVIEW DOCUMENT
1052 words - 4 pages society. He hopes to freeze the children in time, as wax figures are frozen in a museum. After interacting with Phoebe, his younger sister, Holden realizes that this goal is quite unachievable. Holden wants to be the Catcher in the Rye, then realizes it is an unreachable ideal. Holden begins his story misguided and without direction. After flunking out of the Pencey School, Holden decides to leave early. Before he leaves, though, he visits his teacher, Mr. Spencer. Mr. Spencer and Holden talk about his direction in life: "'Do you feel absolutely no concern for your future, boyVIEW DOCUMENT
542 words - 2 pages managed to fend hem off, the sheer terror of the experience stayed with me even until now. What follows are just a few of the scabrous untruths with which he tried to lure me down the twisted path to hell.The first one was "literature will enrich your life." With the possible exception of instruction manuals for playstation and guns, 99.9 percent of everything you'll read is either obvious, completely useless, or absolute sh#t (including this essay).The second one was "writers are valuable contributors to society." Actually, writers are a bunch of self absorbed, neurotic wankers, who spend most of their time bitching about the success of their peers and cursing the vast invisibleVIEW DOCUMENT
2067 words - 8 pagesChapter 1Odd beginningsAs a mildly skinny but strong man with a dark-age sword stood on the peak of a hill next to the calm clyan, or town, looking over it as he watched the sun set. It was the most beautiful and peaceful thing Calithar Harlen had ever seen. That is because Calithar is a treyener, or city person. "Well, hopefully war will not find me here." Then he got on his hover bike and sped down the hill. 50MPH...100MPH...150MPH...200MPH...STOP!!! The brakes went on but didn't go on in time. He hit the front end of a truck, then hit his right arm on a street post, and went thru a glass window and hit the wall inside that practically broke the rest of his bones in hisVIEW DOCUMENT
784 words - 3 pagesBless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya was published in 1972 in America. This book is of a young Mexican boy who is caught between internal and external conflicts. Antonio, the main character, changes as a results of inner conflicts, one is which is he a vaquero like his father the Marez or a farmer like his mother's brothers the Luna, and which god should he believe in the Golden Carp, the pagan god, or the VIEW DOCUMENT
683 words - 3 pagesMom with a tissue on her hand begins to wipe up her tears. She sits impatiently on a rusty old mud color mocking chair "trrr-trrr" the noise it makes every time she moves. It is a weekday, and the weather forecast for today is cloudy skies and thunderstorms; as well, a crying face, an enormous empty space in my mother's heart, a frustration on my family, and thoughts of them on me being lost. These are the effects after my childish decision.My early morning routine of 4th grade begins with an aroma of hot chocolate and warm bread that drives me over the counter and to the dining table, along with my mothers complainsVIEW DOCUMENT
2112 words - 8 pages people. I thought, "Maybe I should just play the amnesia game, I can say I don't remember anything, but then the doctors could prove me wrong."Many thoughts ran, persistently, through my head. They were like the girl in algebra that never stops talking about her makeup. I wanted these thoughts to stop! The pain rendered me unconscious just in time. It brought me right where I wanted to be, as close to death as possible.I all too soon awoke and appeared to be floating into the back of an ambulance. It felt like I might be floating at least until my stretcher hit the bumper, and the legs folded inward. I looked over and caught a glimpse of my face in the metal's reflection. MyVIEW DOCUMENT
1706 words - 7 pagesMy Community 1Race and My Community: HispanicSandra PerezAxia Collage University of PhoenixMy Community 2Race and My Community: HispanicI am Sandra J Perez born American and rise in Puerto Rico making me part of the Hispanic minority. We, Hispanic are the second large groups in the population in Kissimmee, FL. All troughs founding some information about my ethnic (Hispanic) minority have not been easy I was able to come across with some good information. (We)Hispanics have tried to hold many political positions. However, we have not been able to achieve many political positions. We have gone through some type ofVIEW DOCUMENT
1302 words - 5 pages>. The sad part is that he does not return her love. This sub-plot of the play, which is unrequited love, is something that I can personally relate to. For this reason, I have chosen to write about the correlation between Helena's romantic debacles with Demetrius and my life as well as my writing.When Helena was first introduced into the play, she immediately expressed envy toward Hermia because it was Hermia that Demetrius directed his love and undivided attention to. "Call you me 'fair'? That 'fair' again unsay. DemetriusVIEW DOCUMENT
725 words - 3 pages insignificant flaw was what made me take notice and start paying attention.
From his head to his toes, his butt to his nose, Josh is one good looking member of the male persuasion. He's the kind of man that stands out in a crowd. Blessed with height and an athletic build, most of my female friends give him a nine or better on the hottie scale.
To judge him solely on appearances would satisfy the most cynical of beauty critics. But his looks don't scratch the surface of his many layers. He can make you wonder about what lies beneath the exterior. Is he intelligent, funny, or loyal? Are the distinct crinkles and laugh lines around his eyes from laughing orVIEW DOCUMENT
1360 words - 5 pages and about six meters high. There was enough room in there for five to seven people to inside, and also a fire pit for cooking and keeping warm. A teepee was an excellent shelter because it would be warm in the winter, and cool in summer. Beds were made out of buffalo skins.The women could build a teepee in less than an hour. To build a teepee, first three or more poles (made from pine trees) would be placed to form a basic frame. Once it is set firmly on the ground, other poles were placed against the frame inside to form a circle. The poles leaned together at the top and were fastened with narrow strips of buffalo hides, to form the cone shape. Buffalo skins covered the poles and anVIEW DOCUMENT
1714 words - 7 pages">In my supervision of Kate, the Office Services Assistant, I have observed that she has learned her position very quickly. She has told me often that she feels encouraged in her job and our working relationship. All performance management deadlines have been or are being met.
I need to help Kate more on the technical aspect of her job and how it fits into the big picture.
1653 words - 7 pagesMany factors contributed to the success of Coalbrookdale. The Darbys' were one of the biggest influences on the success of Coalbrookdale; however, there were other factors and individuals, which contributed to the development of Coalbrookdale. I will discuss these in the essay below.Abraham Darby 1 was born in 1678 as a son of a Quaker locksmith near Dudley. At the age of twenty-one he moved to Bristol and later became a partner in a brassworks. The pots that were made in theVIEW DOCUMENT
664 words - 3 pages/" title="Broward College">Broward Community College and recently received his acceptance letters from Berkley, NYU, and UF. That same day he called me and all I could hear was the excitement in his voice so of course I was happy for him. Then after all the laughing and screaming, his serious side started to show. I never really liked that part of him.During the conversation, he did all of the talking. I mostly listened. I really did not have that much to say to him about his decision. Of course he chose NYU and he kept bragging on how good there buisness program were. I voiced my opinion like any otherVIEW DOCUMENT
927 words - 4 pagesTen Years Later My older sister was always late in the mornings, and every day I waited on the couch next to the door, counting the hundreds of seconds until she was ready. I waited, dressed, with my bright pink backpack secured, my shoes tied, and my coat zipped. I watched her run around the house, looking for a last minute snack, or sometimes finishing her homework. It puzzled me that no matter how early she woke up, she was still always late. Finally, she would open the door, and together we would sprint down the street to the busVIEW DOCUMENT
1018 words - 4 pages, which in turn cause UV rays to increase. And UV rays equal cancer, right? When SSTs were no longer an issue the scientific community was still concerned about this claim of depleting the ozone layer. They began to look at what else could cause this depletion and at this time compiled a list of ozone gases.Ozone gases have now become a term associated with those awful gases which destroy the human race's only protection from the sun and its' deadly UV rays. What are these gases though? Where do they come from? The most commonly referred to of gases are VIEW DOCUMENT
1450 words - 6 pages lack of oxygen and the unsuitable living conditions. Thishorrible scenario would be the result of mankind's failure to cooperate andlive in harmony with the environment, especially the rainforest of SouthAmerica. In the end, the destruction of the rainforests will mean thedestruction of mankind.The devastation of the rainforest may be compared to playing agame of Russian Roulette. One-forth of existing medicines are derivedfrom tropical plants whose homes are in the rainforests of South America.For every acre that is lost in the burning season, there is one acre less thatwe have for possible life saving medicines. About 70 percentVIEW DOCUMENT
655 words - 3 pages applies to my teaching because I will have to make sure students understand major concepts, build a strong base of supporting factual information, and know how to apply their knowledge effectively. I will have to develop lessons that will require students to learn strategies for scientific thinking. Hands-on on experience can also be given to help deliver content to students.This applies to me teaching science, because it will be important that I provide lessons and activities that are of interest for the students. When the activity is something that the students are interested in they will benefit more from the learning. I will have to provide content that allows student to use priorVIEW DOCUMENT
1001 words - 4 pages stand on these yellow dots that were painted on the street with each dot representing a position in a rank and file formation, very simple right. Not at all, I raced around looking for a dot to stand on and managed to trip over my own feet. As I was stumbling trying to get my balance I bumped into the person in front of me causing a chain reaction, like dominoes, as the person in front of me bumped into the person in front of him, until there were about five of us floundering around on the street trying to get up so we could find our spot on one of the dots. Unfortunately, that was not the extent of my failures, no matter how hard I tried I could not seem to make my rack (bed) as I wasVIEW DOCUMENT
823 words - 3 pages://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platoon_sergeant" title="Platoon sergeant">Platoon Sergeant, Lopez Portillo or LP, came into my room, kicked my roommate out and closed the door behind him. He had me get on the floor in the ready position, push-up position, and pump out a couple then he continuously kicked me in my stomach as he barked out orders at me to do more. After doing about 20-30 more he had me stand at attention and he looked me square in the eyes and he said "What is your problem Vainberg." I looked him back in the eyes and told him the only answer that came into my head, that I was too big of a P.O.S.* and I can't handle anything that they have been throwing at me. He had me sit down andVIEW DOCUMENT
1028 words - 4 pages your side. Not that you ever tried that much. You never tried to let someone be aware of us, of the shining ball of love we were together. Because you were too affraid to let someone know that the person you love, well it's me and not just someone else, it's your bestfriend.
But that day, I had no idea that your smile was for a special reason. I just learned a couple of hours after that you decided to try, that you decided to try for real.
Who would have thought we would last through a seperation like that? Who would bet on a couple that fades away like that and still loves each other that much?
I remember how our friends that knew about us would ask how I did to stay in love with me asVIEW DOCUMENT
577 words - 2 pages The movie ‘Catch Me If You Can’ is based on the true-life story of Frank Abagnale. He was the youngest person to ever be put onto the FBI’s most wanted list. The movie tells his story. Frank Abagnale impersonated many people and forged many documents (many to include paychecks) over the period of 5 years. He was said to be the world’s greatest liar. Some of the documents that he forged included, but were not limited to, false identification cards, birth certificates, and of course paychecks. He got into the forgery business by learning from his ‘conman’ father. Frank traveled around the world impersonating doctors, airline pilots, and even the assistant attorney general. The FBI was alwaysVIEW DOCUMENT
1067 words - 4 pages makes it much easier to follow and remember. Garnet discusses the "red road" in the final chapter of Keeper'n Me. He describes "true" guides as "[the] people who search the sky for magic. The dreamers. The believers. The ones who know that power lives in the things we see'n here'n wonder about. The ones who come to stand upon the land and search for stories. Teachings. The blazes made by them that went before. The signs that mark the path we're all supposed to follow" (212). These people have become guides because they have traveled the red road and have gotten to the end of it.Lazarus taught him that there is seven directions in life forming a circle which is theVIEW DOCUMENT
910 words - 4 pagesMichael Moore, who is an esteemed low budget producer, made an extravagant film back in 1989 entitled "Roger & Me." I recall seeing this film during my freshman year for English class and after seeing it again, the documentary that depicts corporate greed in the real world, still strikes me.Moore brings us to Flint, Michigan which I believe he stated was his hometown. He shows us the GeneralVIEW DOCUMENT
922 words - 4 pagesSome of the most significant moments in my life were when I left Vietnam, entered high school, and fell in love. Each of these three events has had significant impact on me personally and developmentally, and in a way, each is a phase building up to my present persona. And yes, persona is the correct term because "life is but a play", and (at present and probably for the future) I am the entertainer, the comedian, the analyzer.One would consider that perhaps reallocating oneself to another country would be the most difficult transition in one's childhood years. But really, to a three year old it wasn't all that harsh. Taking into consideration that I knew nothing andVIEW DOCUMENT
670 words - 3 pages was transferred. We stayed there for about 6 months till my mother (Lori Hammond) and my father (Jonathan J Hammond SR) got into frequent arguments and found themselves growing apart. Which a lot of couples did during that era so I can understand because they were very different people. After the divorce went through my Mother met my step dad Jeff Hall (from the Marines) and soon became interested with each other. My little brother Nicholas Hammond was born and we decided to move back to Maine where Jeff was from which all in all Sucked"¦ Heather was right too much grass isVIEW DOCUMENT
1252 words - 5 pages changed in one way or another. But it's not the case. Of course there could be some minor changes that I could not observe but in general, we always have been completely different in terms of being organized. This is the main reason that I believe heredity is the dominant factor.
The other reason is my parents' behavior toward us. I've read some theories claiming that people are disorganized because nobody taught them how to be organized. It was definitely not the case with me. When I look back to my childhood to see whether I have been taught about the organizational skills or not, I can easily say yes. My mother tried really hard with me from the early ages. She tried to influence meVIEW DOCUMENT
1030 words - 4 pagesYou Loved Me? Have you ever been in love and nobody, even the person that you were in love with, knew about it or took it seriously? Well, I did, and this is my story. People said that I was gay, but what did they know aboutme? I just moved to Perry Central High from Tell City and was already the new "target" for the bullies of PC. People thought that they would scare me away by pushing me into lockers and making me drop my books in the hallway. They don't understand what is like to be the new kid. Most of them grew up with the people here and knew some other type of me, but they were one of them, so itVIEW DOCUMENT
1347 words - 5 pages actions. She would blame me for anything that happened in her life that prevented her from getting what she wanted. My father left us when I was only two years old. My mother always spoke ill of him and told me that I was better off not knowing who he was. For some reason I think he would have stayed if it wasn’t for the responsibility of taking care of me and I think that my mother knew that as well.
My childhood years were occupied mainly by making excuses for the numerous injuries that my mother forced upon me every day because some part of me still cared about my mother, and I never wanted her to be in trouble, or maybe perhaps more logically, I was tooVIEW DOCUMENT
1707 words - 7 pages honestly thought it was going to happen, I thought it was not going to end and all I could think about is how am I going to face him again. I prayed in my head to please make him stop, I said sorry so many times to let it have gotten this far. My oldest brother had to work that day and forgot his work uniform at home. I saw him in the glass to the front door and I instantly let out a sigh of relief. I told Carlos my brother was at the door, he told me I was lying and continued to do what he did. He finally heard the banging at the door, looked back and realized my brother was there. He got up so fast and ran out the back door, as I jumped up and opened the door for my brother. My brotherVIEW DOCUMENT
1012 words - 4 pages like a smoke floating on top of our heads. My sister is my motivation, the reason I am who I am today. Without her, I would be an empty shell. Thesis ………
I am just an ordinary person who everyone thinks is extraordinary in this world. I am not the girl with a smile on her face everyday. I like to act like a tough guy even though I am in my weakest point. I like to act tough because I do not want people to worry aboutme. Things are pressuring me each day, crushing me and drowning me. I like to keep my feelings as a secret so that I do not have to deal with useless emotions. Things I do to be accepted are working hard for the grades my parents and my teachers expected; howeverVIEW DOCUMENT
560 words - 2 pagesTrevor OlsonPeriod 7Comp. 1Mrs. WheelerMusic is the Cure for EverythingMusic, I believe, is the cure for everything because I was lost at one point…and music saved me. Music made me who I am today. If it weren't for music, I wouldn't be as funny (only funny on good days), handsome (also only on good days), social (yet again...only on good days), and so friendly. It sucks because I care so much about people. I can't even care for myself. They say music has magical powers, and I truly believe that. In my eighteen years of life, I had to go throughVIEW DOCUMENT
1006 words - 4 pages Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). According to MBTI and my life experience, as an ISTP I possess an inquisitive mind, an adventuresome spirit, and a desire to be active.
For as long as I can remember, I have been curious about almost everything. This curiosity of mine has led me to unravel the mystery of how things work and how they are formed. According to BSM Consulting, author of High-Level Description of the Sixteen Personality Types “The Mechanic,” “ISTPs have a compelling drive to understand the way things work and they like to take things apart and see the way they work” (BMS, “The Mechanic” par.2). When I was about fourteen, one day while I was microwaving the popcorn, I began toVIEW DOCUMENT
912 words - 4 pagesWhat makes a person mature? Is it the way people interact with each other in a way that politeness is the highest priority? Does it have something to do with the growth of the body? Well, whatever it is I have heard it a thousand times over and over again from different people and I never really understood it. Some people just come up to me and say “You have to grow up you know because the world is no place for sophomoric children!” When I hear these words I often ask myself what ‘world’ they are talking about. Is it the graceful world from story books and fairytales that everyone wishes to live in? Maybe it is the world of old battles and conflicts that mark the world with a bitter tasteVIEW DOCUMENT
700 words - 3 pagesAs a child, most of us had an idea of what we wanted to be when we were older; I went through a phase where I wanted to be a paleontologist. I used to find ancient animals fascinating, but as I grew up and learned more about the ancient creatures, I began to lose interest. This is how I feel about a vast portion of things that entertain me; I am extremely interested for a short period of time, but I eventually lose interest. Ever since I was a kid, I have enjoyed doing varying activities; I would play outside for a day or two, then the next couple of days I would play something different inside of the house. A career that gives me the versatility to do a lot of different things is difficultVIEW DOCUMENT
1041 words - 4 pagesCome Fly With Me
Prologue: No Gods, No Masters
Thomas stood calmly as he waited for the Lucky 38’s elevator to arrive at the penthouse, bottle of whiskey in hand. He had a feeling this would happen. He was upset that it had happened so quickly, there were still so many steps he hadn’t gone through. He was prepared for the worst, wearing his Elite Riot Gear, a Sequoia held loosely in his other hand.
“About damn time you came to your senses,” General Oliver Lee said as he stepped out of the elevator, flanked by a pair of Veteran Rangers.
“I agreed to this meeting, General,” Thomas said, spitting the last word. “The answer is no, I just thought I’d make it all proper.”
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826 words - 3 pages his animations that i will be atending a summer course about video editing and photoshop. Because Jordan spends all his time making daily content for his channel does not mean he is unproductive; because of his achievenent with machinima, he is now able to earn a very well income thanks to his content and machinima. To provide an idea of his income, Jordan recently acquired a condominium in Los Angeles where he recently lives without any external financial help. Thanks to Jordan's strenght to follow his dream and become the famous YouTube selebrity, he now lives doing what he loves the most, a YouTuber.
CaptainSparklez influences me to follow what i want to be and not what others want meVIEW DOCUMENT
823 words - 3 pagesMany people throughout their whole lives go without some type of guidance. We go on living and making our own decisions, not really knowing if they are the correct choices. We continue roaming this earth not having the slightest idea of what our purpose actually is. When I accepted the Lord into my life I was no longer one of those people. I was no longer questioning. I was no longer wondering. My life's purpose was no longer unanswered.
It was the month of November in the year 2000, in the cafeteria of, Burton Middle School, where my friends LaKeisha Webb and Alexus Terry formally told meabout God and his free gift. They called it witnessing. They started off by saying that GodVIEW DOCUMENT
1107 words - 4 pages spending valuable, loving one on one contact with family members, who included me even as a young an age as 1 and 2 in the recording of their albums. It was also time that exemplified and helped to develop the Christian family values my family treasured so much and had instilled in me from birth; I will always treasure those songs from their albums that spoke of God’s forgiveness, the saving grace of Jesus and His love, and how great God was.
The Symbolic Interactionism Theory developed by George Herbert Mead has helped me to understand my earliest development of self, which “consists of one’s ideas and attitudes about who one is”, according to Brym and Lie. (p. 51) Mead’s early studies showedVIEW DOCUMENT
845 words - 3 pagesLAP: Bless Me UltimaThroughout the novel Bless Me, Ultima, Rudolfo Anaya consistently uses the strategic technique of accounting dreams to show the maturation of Antonio and how his life experiences and questions can be translated through symbolic interpretation and abstract understanding; for Antonio as well as the reader. His internalVIEW DOCUMENT