Theodore Roosevelt once said “believe you can, because you are halfway there.” That is exactly what Zoë did and she takes that with her through her journey. Leaving your homeland behind for a greater opportunity is a hard decision. I know this because I experienced that. For an amazing person like my classmate Zoë to leave her country and came to America to pursued her dream which is to be a great Actress. It was hard for Zoë because not only she has to leave her country to accomplish her dream but she did it.but also she had to start over with a new culture which has new language. She is Ecuadorian which is a tropical country she came to U.S, New Jersey where the climate change. When she came to U.S she thought things will be easier but it was not, it was very hard for her to accomplish that dream of hers. She has to learn a new language, and adapt to the new culture. she has to work and study hard. She could not start with her career right away without learning English. She has to accept the climate change. Therefore Zoe has struggle physically, emotionally and mentally before her success. Zoe went through good and bad things in life but those bad things did not kept her away from her dream. During those bad moments in her life since she was young she dreams of winning an Oscar.only remembers the good and the reason she was here in the first place which is to win an Oscar one day. Winning this Oscar meant a lot to her and on her behalf I am very proud to say that she
You know someone’s special to you when you don’t talk for a while because things get busy but when you two eventually do it’s like you didn’t miss a beat. You talk like there was no gap in between and you laugh until both your stomachs hurt. It’s a rare and special connection and personally I think it’s magic. This is what I call true friendship. Meet Hannah, my best friend for almost four years. It doesn’t matter the length of how long you’ve known them it’s really about who walked into your
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Very fast runner
Runs really fast, faster than any man
Atalanta lived in the forest, abandoned by her parents. She was found by a mother bear, who raised her.
Then found by a group of hunters who took her to their village and kept her there and she would hunt with them, but as she got older they didn’t want her
English III AP
5 April 2013
The Autobiography of Ayush Sharma
When I was a little 6-year-old boy, my kindergarten teacher read the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff out loud to the class. In the story, there is a troll living under a bridge, and when a few goats want to cross to get to a nice pasture of grass, he stops them and tries to eat them. The oldest and strongest of the goats manages to push away the troll, and the goats live happily ever after in their
NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Equality and Diversity
Unit 1: Exploring Equality and Diversity
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I was once told by a man, that I could achieve anything that I put my mind to and if I strive everyday, I could reach my goal. Hello, my name is Daazmen Thompson, I am 15 years old, I am a sophomore at Harmony school of Advancement. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas in a good, Christian environment.
Growing up, my parents always kept me in line, resulting in my polite manners, and respectfulness towards others. One thing that set me apart from everyone was my smile.
same sex homes. In fact, this issue has been going on for centuries. Same sex homes have just as much rights as any other homes to raise children but this subject has so many people in an up roar that it really bothers me. My question is, “Who are you to judge?” Who are you to have a say how a person should live their lives especially if their not harming anyone? Who are you to put rules and laws in order to stop someone else’s happiness or a chance to live a life similar to your own? What are
In my foods for breakfast I choose things with complex carbohydrates in order to give my athlete a slow release of energy which would help him through the day and last until the next meal which would improve his performance due to the extra-long lasting energy from these foods chosen.
The foods I used for example where porridge, granary bread, oats which were all complex foods which release energy slower than other foods which means that my athlete will not eat and then use
because Shelby is now in Heaven, we
see some of her iron control crack. Later, when she refers back to a joke Shelby had
made, she almost breaks down. As she is trying to leave, Truvy asks her if she is okay,
and this opens the flood gates. M'Lynn lets out all of her grief and rage, while her
friends look on helplessly. Clairee has an idea that breaks the tension and allows
everyone to breathe again. As Truvy says, "Laughter through tears is my favorite
emotion." The play ends on a life
UNIX and the UNIX look-alike system Linux both have something for everyone. For the everyday user, these are friendly systems that offer a huge array of commercial and free software, including a free office suite. For the programmer, UNIX and Linux are ideal for collaborative development of software because they offer powerful tools and utilities. For the system administrator,
UNIX and Linux contain time-tested and leading-edge tools for networking and multiuser management. In this
This essay will reflect on my attendance at my first multi-disciplinary team (MDT) meeting whilst on my 10 week placement at the department of mental health for older people in Hereford. The aim of this reflection is to discuss the importance of the MDT within the mental health community- and discuss factors that can influence the success or failure of MDTs.
Katzenbach’s (1993) definition of a team: a team is a number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose
Becca Mleziva My Best Adventure Yet 9/30/14
`It was the last week of summer of 2013; I was at sitting in the driveway of one of my best friends, Kaleigh, with her and our friend, Ben. We were questioning how the summer could have gone by so fast? It seemed to fly by in no time! I was reminiscing about the past few weeks of summer, but still, I felt I hadn’t had a complete summer. I told Kaleigh and Ben I felt this way, so Ben brightly suggests, “Why don’t we walk to the High School right