I will succeed, win or overcome all obstacles. I will never give up. I will never allow failure to be an option. I will set goals and I will achieve them. We are obstacles are set in front of us daily. Daily obstacles can range from waking up in the morning when we are overworked to losing a limb or a love done. However, when the outcome is not in my favor I will utilize the situation to find my weaknesses and build a better me for the next battle. I will be slow to anger and deliberate in all actions. I will think before I act. I will practice thoughtful self-control when responding to others. I will know what I intend to do before I react and the possible outcome. This is applicable at home and at work. Every action has a reaction. The only thing I can controll is my impact. It is important to control my emotional responses because my action may result in loss of life, failure of mission, or simply have a detrimental effect on my personal relationships. However, when moved to act with violence physically or verbally, I will strike swiftly with unprecedented power. In carreer in any justice field, specifically military there will come a time when peaceful resolution is not longer an option. When that time comes to solve a solution with force or violence. I will not wait for my opponent to …show more content…
Especially in a justice or military role, all one has to rely on for survival is the person next to them. Life is no different then work when it comes to a support system. A support system is built up of family friends and a romantic partner. Personal relationships are single most important influence in anyone's life. Blood or not, a family will support you and accept you for who you are, they will always be there to bring you up when you're down and love you unconditionally. Therefore, in order for me to maintain my strong support system from my family I must always be there to reciprocate the support they
Giving up shows a lack of self-respect and self-worth. Each time we push through adversity, we become stronger and more capable of dealing with the next adverse situation. Adversity in life is an inevitability and as such, pushing through those hardships build our soul’s armor and our ability to overcome. Never give up!
An obstacle is a block in one’s way to prevent them to progress. Obstacles can be challenging rather than easy to achieve. In order to achieve an obstacle you need to never quit. When one overcomes a challenge there is a sense of pride that one might feel which gives motivation to do another task. Other obstacles take a while to achieve but it's always worth it when there is a great outcome. Throughout my life I have had to overcome an injury that has pushed me to my limits, and made me a stronger athlete and individual.
Obstacles are common and they normally occur within our life journeys. Although their occurrence is not expected, obstacles that we face in life makes our lives become not only challenging and more interesting but also more meaningful. They challenge us to keep trying to do our best to achieve what we have been dreaming of and looking for.
Some people say that overcoming obstacles is just in a matter of being prepared for life’s unexpected adversities, like illnesses or disabilities. But how can you be prepared for something that you believed that would have never happened to you? Alike many people who encounter their own conflicts, I also am one of them who struggles on a day to day basis. But fortunately I have learned to be strong, perseverant, and determined to help me with my own silent disability, that can’t be seen but I know it’s there.
Everyone faces obstacles, whether they’re challenging or not. Obstacles could be either physical, or even mental; the toughest man in the world faces a thick block of ice that is needed to be broken. A challenge I’m trying to break through is this one translucent glass wall. In my vision, this “translucent wall” is being able to see my future.
Obstacles in our lives force us to better ourselves because of the lessons we learn. In April of 2015, I was struck with the realization that I was going to have to learn one of those tough lessons…and I was also struck with a six-foot-long wooden beam to the head. I was sitting on a bunk bed at a religious retreat when suddenly a girl dropped the bunk bed railing from the top bunk. Shortly after, I diagnosed with a concussion. However, this was not just my first or second concussion; it was my eighth. It seemed like I was just cursed with the worst luck in the world -- unable to escape this vicious cycle. The bunk bed railing led to a miserable three months of constant headaches, dizziness, and nausea. Unfortunately, the only feasible and
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time”. These were the words said by Thomas Alva Edison which inspired me a lot. It’s not about trying one more time, but giving up fails to fulfill the dreams.
As I reflect on this topic, I think about how the path my life took must be nothing compared to the person sitting next me in my government class. I often wonder if the path they dreamed about growing up changed as much as mine did. Have they had to experience the adversities in life that I have had to? While everyone has his or her own unique trials and tribulations, I realize everything I’ve been through has helped shape me into the person I am today.
There are numerous lessons that I have learned from life, they were lessons that I learned from good and bad experiences in life. Different experiences from school and out of school that has made me the way I am today. There is a long list of experiences that in reality did not teach me much.