Since you have the free will to choose your future you can become what you want in life. Such as a doctor or a lawyer, this benefits your future and your accomplishments in life. Making your own choices allows you to achieve independence. Whereas you can only tell yourself what you want to do and what not to do. We don’t choose every experience we have but after obtaining an experience we have a choice to either continue our behaviour as are or make a change. Free will to me is the ability to make choices and decisions without any barriers. This helps ones future in giving them the freedom to choose what they want to do and who they want to be. I believe that free will allows me to achieve independence. It allows me to undertake any dream or vision I may have for my life. I will accept any situations that come forward, through my actions. Aside from the uncontrollable circumstances, my reactions to those consequences are in my own hands. For example, as a result working independently to achieve your goal will increase my abilities and workforce. Free will and independence inform each other, where I cannot be independent without being free. Therefore I cannot be financially independent without being free from financial dependence on others. When I am working I am based on my opinions and thoughts. Also, working independently gives me an understanding of how real life is when my typical surroundings are not around. I do not depend on anyone, if something has to be done, I will do it rather than wasting time waiting for someone to do it. Not everything has to be done together, there has to be a time where you have to do your own things, in order for you to have own success. I am determined to work independently with my own knowledge. This is one reason why I believe achieving independently makes more sense than, collaborating with others. Secondly, Free will helps me make decisions based on my past experiences without any restrictions, but after obtaining an experience we have a choice to either continue our behaviour as is or make a change. Making certain decisions allows me to understand the concept of a new experience and situations I will face. I don’t choose my own circumstances, its either I work for it or not. For example: When I was in grade ten I failed math and then took it again in grade 11 and failed again. I did not realize I was taking an advanced level, instead of taking a minor level. Then it came to mind to me to take responsibility for my actions because I would not be able to graduate high school without a math credit. I thought I was ready to compete with others in a high level, but it did
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Arguing a Position
In this world we live in there many mysterious forces that as humans we cannot understand. One of the things in this world we have yet to understand is fate or destiny. Some people believe in it some people don’t. Some people don’t even know what fate is. Fate is defined by the dictionary as “the universal principle or ultimate agency by which the order of things is presumably prescribed; the decreed cause of events…
or expand their liberties by any means whether it meant running away or impinging on other groups’ freedoms.
English freedom was based upon personal independence to own their own land. The Magna Carta outlined the basic rights: the king was subject to the rule of law, all people enjoy security of persons and property, and habeas corpus. All Englishmen also enjoyed all the English liberties such as the power to choose members of the elected assembly and protection of the common law. The British…
An Analysis of Amistad
For this assignment, I chose to watch the intercultural movie Amistad. Amistad is a 1997 historical drama film directed by Steven Spielberg based on the notable uprising in 1839 by Mende tribesmen who had been abducted in Africa. They took control of the ship La Amistad where they were being held captive while it was odd the coast of Cuba the movie explains the international legal battle that followed their capture by a U.S. revenue cutter…
the promise or undertaking of another.
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin consideration-, from considerare ‘examine.’
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In the 1700s, America was a brand-new and desired land. Many immigrants, mostly English, arrived in America seeking for commodities that their native land did not supply them with. Although the Chesapeake and New England colonies were both settled by people from English origin, both regions developed into distinctive societies because of their social and political purposes.
These English societies were each founded for different social purposes. New England was established because the…
population shrank from 105 to 32 during the first few years.
* Indians struggles to survive, too. English diseases like small pox proved an inescapable menace. Between the year of Jamestown’s establishment in 1607 and the end of the century, their population would fall from about 25,000 to 2,000. Opechanchanough killed almost a quarter of Virginia’s population in 1622.
* Captain John Smith’s decision to introduce harsh, military discipline, gave the colony the structure it needed to survive, while…
Discuss and analyze the significance of both the English and American Revolutions? How were they similar and how were they different? (i.e. strategies, goals, intentions, outcomes). How are the revolutions connected? What effect have they had on the modern world?
The English Civil War was part of a series of conflicts that spanned the entire British Isles, involving Scotland and Ireland as well as England. This war is also known as "The Great Rebellion", the British Civil Wars and Commonwealth period…
October 30, 2012
Every individual in society is forced to make choices. In Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road Not Taken,” a traveler is faced with the choice of choosing two roads. However, Frost explores the deeper meaning of choosing one road over the other. In people’s lives they must make momentous decisions. The outcomes of those decisions may be propitious or regrettable. Through his poem, Frost illustrates that life is affected by fate, free will and life…
factors: the declining economic importance of the West Indies; Latin
American independence; and the substitution of a free trade regime for a mercantilist system.
The change meant that the British Empire shifted its geographic focus from America and the
Atlantic to Asia and the Pacific. The loss of the thirteen colonies also meant that the
population of the Empire changed from English Protestants to people of different ethnic,
linguistic and religious background. But British interest in the Americas…
Freedom of Expression
Does the restricting of student publications’ content violate the right of free expression? No. In fact, high schools should have the right to control the content of their students’ publications. Despite of the fact, some may argue that such control violates students’ right to free expression. Depending on the setting, rules should be applied to certain situations. Due to safety concerns and relevance of education…