Harriet Tubman Argumentative Essay

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“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” Harriet Tubman is a connoisseur in the field of dreams! Our English class has found many documents, pictures, and videos showing that it is either worth it or not worth it to dream. And from those examples and personal experience, I know that a dreamer with some persistence, passion, and hard work could do something special. Even though there could be perils and hurtles, it is worth it to dream because it gives life a purpose, meaning, and goal, it inspires someone to work hard to accomplish their goal, and it feels good when they attain their dream.
I concieve it is worth it to dream because it gives someone’s life a purpose, meaning, and goal. Some evidence for this when Susan Boyle performed on Britain's Got Talent. Albeit she didn’t win, but she continued to pursue her dreams and released her first album, which “debuted as the number-one best-selling album on charts around the globe.” She worked until she completed her dream of being a famous singer, and that is a prime example of someone having a life goal.
Another reason to dream is that it inspires someone to work hard to accomplish their goal. For example, Austin Hatch spent his life trying to play
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For example, George and Lennie’s dream of owning a little farm is destroyed when Lennie dies. George is sad and would feel like he was let down and has nothing to live for. Another example is when someone wins the lottery and gets a lot of money. They might get a little too excited and spend all of that money and end up with less money than they had before. People might not want to dream because they don’t want to fail or lose their dream. Although, it is worth all of the work to complete someone goal because they feel accomplished and