I come from a very united family where good values, union, education and responsibility are important. Since I was a kid my parents have given a lot of valuable teachings of life and the difficulties I have to overcome. They always said and reminded me every moment they could that education was essential to the development of a society, so, I think I understood that since the very moment I heard it. During the entire school time until 12th grade I was among the best students and I had recognitions for my performances and good behavior.
I do not really remember many moments of the kindergarten time, but I do remember that without my grandfather’s help, my mother could have struggled having to take care of me, taking me to school and attending her job at the same time. During those years my father’s job kept him traveling very often and my mother was a full time teacher in a high school where she had to cover night classes for people with disabilities as well. So, my grandfather was very important during that process. Besides, he was such an excellent man th...
... middle of paper ...
... that this competitive world demand. I think my weaknesses are still some technical competencies I need to strengthen; also, sometimes my communication with people and colleagues is not very efficient. So, I think I have chosen a course that will give me a lot of help to keep improving professionally and to take good decisions in the future. Further, despite of some self-insecurities that often cross my mind, I push myself and I think of the motivations and good influences I have had and that have helped to get where I am. My main motivation comes from my parents, two people that for their three children have done what any loving parent can do: thinking positively, working hard, and keeping the hope and faith. That is the same hope and faith that drive me and keep me working hard my future full of success, a future I wish to share with my family when the time comes.
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- One of the first versions of Sleeping Beauty was published by Charles Perrault in 1697. However, he based his story on a tale by Giambattista Basile in 1634, called Sun, Moon and Talia. A lord got a beautiful daughter, named Talia. He asked many astrologers and wise men to tell him her fate and after a while they concluded that she would be put in great danger by a splinter of flax. The lord ensured that no flax, hemp or anything of that kind was brought into the house to keep his daughter safe.... [tags: sleeping beauty, charles perrault, talia]
693 words (2 pages)
- The city’s gardens are an immense oasis with a variety of flowers, trees, and bushes. In the spring and summer, the sun often shines warmly on the garden’s visitors. The guests wander down miles of wide cobblestone paths that lead between the brightly colored plants. The garden has a few very popular and beautiful sections. The individual gardens considered the most spectacular are the tulips courtyard, the rose garden, and the exotic plants hothouse. A visitor is encouraged to plan on spending several hours in the gardens, so that they are able to spend time in all of the most popular smaller gardens.... [tags: Gardening, Garden, Plant, Botany]
751 words (2.1 pages)
- Once upon a time, there was a ten-year old boy named Bobby who lived in “America’s Finest City” San Diego, California. He belonged to a family of Catholic faith who were proud of their Mexican culture and traditions, such as, going to church every Sunday morning, afterwards, heading out to eat menudo, also, the delicious, homemade tamales and pozole served for Christmas Eve dinner while the whole family gathered together to enjoy the feast. Bobby had four brothers and one sister who were much older than him, nonetheless he had his three nephews and one niece to play with because they were close to his age.... [tags: Family, Grandparent, Carne asada, Sibling]
1167 words (3.3 pages)
- Las Vegas, the city known for their flashy strip and gorgeous hotels, is one of the most sought out cities in the world. Idolized for their outrageous parties and extravagant conventions, was definitely on my “places-to-go” list. For years my parents preached about how they would take me, but those promises weren’t kept. It was a series of spontaneous events that help push me toward my sought out destination. Entering in the fall of my freshman year in high school, I was somewhat reluctant to start school again.... [tags: Las Vegas Strip, Hotel]
1129 words (3.2 pages)
- When two teenage girls die, many lives are affected as time passes. This is the case with Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones’ protagonist, Susie salmon and Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why’s protagonist, Hannah Baker. Both of them die at a young age, and the lives of the people they were close to change forever. The two novels can be seen and compared through the psychoanalytic lens by looking at the behaviours of people that were close to Susie and Hannah after the deaths of the two girls. Psychoanalytic theorists have expanded on Sigmund Freud’s work and believe that human behavior is deterministic, that people’s behaviours are based on their past experiences (Rubin).... [tags: alice sebold, the lovely bones]
1107 words (3.2 pages)
- There are multiple reasons why a book can be banned or challenged. Book banning causes the removal of materials in schools and libraries due to “inappropriate” content. The Lovely Bones, by Alice Sebold, was banned due to sexual content and language. In 1982 was when Banned Books Week was introduced to the world (ASJA, 1). “Banned Books Week is the national book community’s annual celebration of the freedom to read”. In the United States, the First Amendment protects American citizens from being denied the right to read any book they desire (Banned Books, 1).... [tags: The Lovely Bones, Alice Sebold]
2019 words (5.8 pages)
- Role Mother. Role model. Motherhood. The death of a loved one can result in a trauma where the painful experience causes a psychological scar. Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones explores the different ways in which people process grief when they lose a loved one. When young Susie Salmon is killed on her way home from school, the remaining four members of her family all deal differently with their grief. After Susie’s death, her mother, Abigail Salmon, endures the adversity of losing her daughter, her family collapsing, and accepting the loss of the life she never had the opportunity to live.... [tags: Alice Sebold, The Lovely Bones]
1271 words (3.6 pages)
- Visualize a world where a significant person in your life died from one’s gruesome desire, where that special someone suffered and became a victim of a cruel, mysterious murder. Was the murder itself quick or was it revolting and brutal. Susie Salmon was a victim of a crime that should not be forgiven. In the novel The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, Susie’s past on earth affected people that took part in her life because the past was all that they had of her. Memories of or with Susie were treasured; however, they were also feared by the one who killed Susie’s future.... [tags: The Lovely Bones, Alice Sebold]
1188 words (3.4 pages)
- Unconventional Heros Farewell my Lovely, The Robber Bridegroom, and In the Skin of a Lion all contain heroes, although their heroism is of an unconventional sort. Despite their non-traditional nature, the characters of Philip Marlowe, Jamie Lockheart and Patrick Lewis are all identifiably true heroes, because they successfully engage, draw in, and 'win over' the reader with their positive characteristics. They are not merely average people with a few heroic attributes. Furthermore, these characters have many characteristics in common, despite their disparate backgrounds and vocations (of a private detective, a bandit, and a worker).... [tags: Farewell my Lovely Essays]
3417 words (9.8 pages)
- The City of the Sun In Tommaso Campanella’s document, The City of the Sun, a new social order is introduced amongst the Solarians. Campanella presents his readers with a utopian society that is ordered by rationality and reason. This ideal visionary is a redeemed world, free from injustice and competition in the market structure. Campanella, however, grew up in a society that was exploited and based on irrational principles. Campanella, therefore, reconstructs a society that operates in opposition to the one that he considers to be corrupt and irrational.... [tags: Essays Papers]
704 words (2 pages)