Above the city, I sat and stared below into a world that I know to be my home. A place where I learned many of the people I know and seen many of the things that have opened my eyes. As I gazed into the deep abyss of trees, words take over my soul, and my ambitions are thrown into a hole of new ideas that are overwhelmingly beautiful. I am accompanied by many of the same energies that helped me progress in the first place. Sounds of birds conversing rang in the air, as the sound of my brother’s voice and guitar chord harmonies reverberated off the walls of the cave we were sitting in. Days like this were typical for me, slowly changing the way I viewed of my life and the direction I hope for it to go in. Although the city I grew up in, too small to even appear on maps, may seem boring to most, it truly made an impact on me. Many people have never ventured out into the scenic depths of the Laguna Canyon that lies right across my neighborhood. It was here that I experienced many revelations about myself, and developed a strong connection with and love for nature. The almost gravitational pull it had on me caused me to find myself spending most of my days hiking and exploring its paths and caves. At the same time, I was also discovering hidden beauties that I wanted to share with others. “How could I help people appreciate what most don’t even know exist in their own city?” I would ask myself. In order to capture what I witnessed, I started to bring my camera with me on my adventures, drawing me into a field of art that complemented my visits to the Canyon. It didn’t take long for me to realize I had quite the eye for photography. What had started out as a casual pastime for me began to turn into a passion I was serious about. I began to take my camera with me everywhere; wanting to make memories I experienced tangible. Spending hours outdoors, relentlessly searching for new places to aim and shoot, I came to the conclusion that I truly could do this for the rest of my life. My excitement for traveling to unseen places, and revealing them to the curious
I am a mature student currently undertaking an Access course at Chelmsford College. My aim is to achieve the skills and qualification I need to begin my university career. At University it is my intention to complete as degree in Business Management and Finance.
I have always been interested in businesses and how they operate in our everyday lives. Being a mature student and housewife mum, I feel that I have qualities required to successfully complete not only the Access…
I will strive to listen to my intuition and use my finding to determine the greater good for everyone. My preferred ethical lense is that of results and autonomy. I am independent, and I get things done my own way.
Along with every set of ethical standards comes a blind spot, sometimes causing faults and setbacks. I sometimes tend to be satisfied with too little. So long as I am satisfied with my current needs, I tend to be complacent, leaving problems unresolved…
The study of the mind has had a profound effect upon society in an eclectic amount of ways, ranging from the relatively recent and extensive improvements on the healthcare of patients and mentally ill to the development of infants and the evolution of humans as dependant social creatures. Psychology is the fundamental basis of society and as humans we are all driven by this powerful force which we are still incapable of fully understanding. I initially chose psychology out of…
Growing up, my grandmother taught me great life lessons of passion, kindness and ambition. I remember an incident when we were sleeping one night. I could hear a loud voice calling for her from afar. I awoke, grabbed the flashlight and followed my grandmother. My job was to hold the lamp for her and escort her as we walked to the house of the pregnant woman about to give birth. I was only 8 years old. These events happened all the time so I already knew what to do. It was then…
My name is X. I have just finished grade 11 at A School, B, Country. I always desire to have opportunities to experience the modern and advanced education in such a developed country like the United Kingdom. I believe that the education there is able to provide me a huge load of knowledge and skills, so that I will be able to make contribution to my home country when coming back. The United Kingdom has been famous for having one of the world-leading education and an ideal…
November 19th, 1014
Lincoln High School
My personal statement
Like many teenage boys, I can usually be found playing video games or banging away on a set of drums. However, my motivations for doing so may differ from those of others. Ever since I can remember, I have dealt with the burden of being epileptic. To be honest, it is not as big a burden as one would generally think. Epilepsy is a neurological disorder of the brain and can cause a majority of different types of seizures…
Teacher Name: MS.Leiva
Class name : English Through ESOL 3
I was born in Cuba, “the Earth more beautiful than human eyes have seen”, in a beautiful,
full property of palms, flowers, where there were many fruit trees, vegetable and in a very united
and loving family. In that house I turned my 15 years.
As of that moment my life change radically. When was small not gave me account of
I have lived in Wandsworth all my life and I have one sister who is two and a half years my senior. The subjects I chose at GCSE were ICT, History, Performing Arts, French and Spanish. I chose these subjects because I enjoyed them and I thought I could do well in them. I chose two languages rather than only one as I was in the top set and I am able to manage this well to get two qualification. A subject I have found challenging is Chemistry as I found it quite hard to understand…
Personal Ethical Statement
June 20th 2014
Personal Ethical Statement
The Ethical Lens Inventory was thought to be a waste of time and a pointless homework assignment. Now after completing, my view on this assignment has juristically changed due to the fact I was able to learn new things about myself, and have a better understanding on how to overcome obstacles.
My preferred ethical lens is Collaboration. Collaboration is essential throughout life…
I have completed my Bachelor in Law from Bangladesh in 2006 and I have arrived in London for a Higher National Diploma (HND) with English Language course dated from 2006 to 2009 at Elverson College. I had just completed one year English language course by October 2007. I started Foundation in Law from November 2007 according to the instruction of my college authority so that I can smoothly accomplish the Bachelor in Law. Next to the foundation programme I have also completed a…