Don't Worry Essays

  • Jake - Original Essay

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    Jake - Original Essay I pushed off onto the ice; whoosh! I felt alive. I looked around at children laughing and falling, young lovers skating round and round, hand in hand. I turned to see Jake gliding toward me, a look of boyish glee on his face. I smiled and took his out-stretched, gloved hand in mine. We lapped the frozen lake together in synchrony, talking, laughing and generally showing off, when Jake decided to show me, and everyone else on the opaque ice, what he was made of. He

  • Creative Writing: Serenity

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    I kept running, until my feet were aching with agonising pain. Slowly I walked up a tall hill, dragging my feet with me, and collapsed onto the ground using my bag as a pillow. Then I looked up at the clouds, while thinking about all the anger my best friends caused me. How could Carter act like my hero, when he did something so cruel? How could Damion like it when I'm unhappy? All they do is think of themselves. I'm sick of it! I hate them! My train of thought made my anger rise, that was

  • Staying At The Hospital For Those Two Weeks

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    endure another two weeks at home. You might think it’d be a pleasure to stay out of school, just laying around in bed with no worries in the world. No, I had worries; lots of worries. The first few days were splendid. I just laid in bed with the TV on every so often. I didn’t even need to worry about my sister. She was over at her friend’s house for the weekend. With no worries about my sister bothering me about playing with her, or me getting in trouble because of her bright ideas, I had the best two-day

  • The Day I Found Joy

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    TAP-TAP-TAP, and I could see many feet walking fast, very fast. Wh... ... middle of paper ... ...all of that but the only thing I could say was, "Yes, brother, do it, dance, dance!!" We smiled together; the people around did too. It was glorious! I don't know if he was an angel, a dream, or a real person, I never will, but that Saturday morning he taught us all a lesson of life, of love, of all the beautiful things that exist in the world. He reminded me of the words of Jesus Christ: "Heaven

  • American Dream In The 1920's

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    Today the American Dream seems like a distant memory. While America has grown the definition of the American Dream has not. Still today the American Dream is interpreted as “making it big,” or “hitting the jackpot”. When someone achieves the American Dream one usually accumulates great wealth or rise up in power. Although the definition of the American Dream was interpreted this way, there was never any guarantee that one would need to have instant wealth to fulfill the American dream. The American

  • Don't Worry You Can Be Happy, by John B. Thomas

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    What's it going to take? David Myers says in the article 'Don't Worry You Can Be Happy'; by John B. Thomas. 'Happiness relies largely on things unrelated to money, such as meaningful activities and enriching relationships.'; With that the article states that with the following ten steps you can improve your happiness. One: learn to like your self. Two: take control of your destiny. Three: practice expecting the best. Four: become more extroverted. Five: try acting happy. Six: consider new work

  • The Loss of My Sister

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    an opportunity to. I always kept quite about the situation I went through because I did not want the sorrow and pity from others. When ever I did tell someone that I have a dead sister, they would respond “ I don’t know what to say other than I'm sorry” it makes me feel awkward because I don’t know if I say thank you or it’s okay? Since I wrote about what happened I decided I’d write about how it is now without her. When I was younger I thought my sister was always going to be there. I never thought

  • People Do Not Appreciate the Little Things in Life in Our Town by Thornton Wilder

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    notice and squander on the thought that the people in the play do not care enough about what is truly important. By the end of this play you realize that almost everybody does not care enough for the little things as they should, instead they only worry about the future, incessantly worrying about things to come. One of the first examples to see of this is when we see Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. Webb, and Mrs. Soames gossiping about Simon Stimson’s drinking problem. In this case they waste their time worrying

  • Essay On Academic Stress

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    positive effect on academic success for college student. The positive effect of stress is one kind of worry because it can make college student to get academic successful. For example: college student worry about to finish their homework, to learn their lectu... ... middle of paper ... ...e bad at communication and less of self confidence. For bad communication, some of the people don’t want to talk with anyone, if they talk with womeone, they will become anger that person who is wrong or

  • Love: Now Comes in Mute

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    down. Even if you happen to see that same person again, your worries get the best of you. It seems as if you've seen that dashing smile a million times before. It all makes sense; you almost rehearse lines of what to say in your head while approaching them, and the best you can do is wave your hand awkwardly or flash a disappointed half smile. If more people could grasp the idea of how hard it is to get a second chance, how things don't always fall into place, and sometimes it's too late to get what

  • Courage and Sacrifice

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    want to think of her, for it would be too much pain, but I had to. She must have been very worried about me and Gleam disappearing. Did she see the note? Did she read it? If she did, what if she is coming to help? I don’t want her to face the same trouble. All of this fear, worry, and glimpse of hope crowded by brain. I didn’t even notice what I was doing until Gleam pushed me back. I was about the run into a tree. “Oh, sorry. I was just thinking about something. You know, Mother.” I said desperately

  • Importance Of Money, Money And Money

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    Money, money, money... That is all I hear about these days. As children, we should not grow up always being stressed about having enough money to eat dinner. When I was a kid, I always thought everything was way worse than it actually was. If my parents complained about money I assumed we were gonna lose our house. They over exaggerate about money; they made it sound like we were broke, even though we were fine. My parents should quit worrying about money and focus more on living life. Holidays

  • My Great Sacrifice When My Husband was Deployed

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    Until I felt the effects of sacrifice last year, I never knew what strength truly meant. At the time strength did not seem possible during my husband‘s year long deployment. A favorite quote of mine by an unknown author matched my situation. “You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have.” During this year long sacrifice, I found strength not only in myself but also from the love between me and my husband. Deployment is a word that all military spouses and military

  • Gratitude And Gratitude

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    Gratitude: A Behavior Modification Intervention for Worry. Gratitude is one of the positive emotions shown from research and clinical trials to enhance the general well being of human beings. Gratitude is defined by Emmons (2004) as “a sense of thankfulness and joy in response to receiving a gift, whether the gift be a tangible benefit from a specific other or a moment of peaceful bliss evoked by natural beauty. Emmons and McCullough also see gratitude as an attitude, a habit, a personality trait

  • Ernest Buckler's David Comes Home

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    loved ones and the departure of children. One of the most difficult things to do is to keep strong and good relations with friends and family members, before it is too late. The short story “David Comes Home”, by Ernest Buckler, follows Joseph, who worries his son David never had the same connection to the land as he does, though memories of past experiences, finding old belongings, and discovering the boy’s true feelings, resolve this conflict. Firstly, through Joseph’s memories and thoughts

  • My Decision To Pursue A Post-Secondary Education

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    should even complete school. Gladly, I am still in school and am working towards my goal however, things are not yet that bright financially. 
2.What worries you most about your future? The biggest fear I have for my future is financial security. I worry that I will not be able to afford things and pay back my debts. This is my biggest worry because I have never been very financially secure and I am worried that I never will be. This has always been a fear of mine and I hope that one day financial

  • Halloween-Personal Narrative

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    Tonight is Halloween, and the only time my pale blonde friend visits me. He’s my first and only friend, so I don’t mind that he doesn’t play with me the other three hundred sixty-something days in the year. As I adjust my bumble bee dress, I drag him to the nearest house and knock on the door. The lady behind the door gives me some candy and closes the door. I look to my silent friend with worry as he shrugs and pulls me to the next house. The next person only gives me candy and doesn’t even acknowledge

  • Change is Difficult, but Inevitable in Life

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    Change can often be a difficult thing for everyone to accept. No matter how big or small, sadly many of us fear it. The worry in change can be seen evidently in that friend unsure of his future after high school, or that family member who stumbles when asked what they would like to eat, only to order the same thing they have ordered the last 10 times. From moving to another city, to ordering a different meal at your favorite restaurant, everyone will have that important date with change. The difference

  • Cry Now or Cry Later?

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    The saying, “Laugh now cry later”, is very well known in today’s society and is use to destroy it also. This proverb is being destructively used to approve negative actions, to approve negligence on working hard for tomorrow’s future. This saying is well thought out so people can carelessly wreak their lives. Individuals take this saying into hand to excuse their absence of interest and productivity. The first time I heard this saying was towards the middle of my eighth grade year off the mouth of

  • The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime Autism

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    Through the ages of of 3 and 17, 1 in 45 have been diagnosed with autism. Autism actually affects kids more than it affects kids more than it affects adults. In the novel “The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night Time” by Mark Haddon, we follow the life of Christopher Boone a 15 year old boy with autism living with his father. We see a lot of the challenges that Christopher goes through with having autism like how he deals with strangers etc.Although we see a lot of Christopher’s struggles throughout