WHO I AM I have overcame many challenges in my life already and I am only eighteen years old. The things that I have experienced and have went through, I would not wish on my worst enemy. The way I felt , alone and scared, at such a young age can destroy anyone’s mindset and emotional stability. Statistics say that young children in my situation usually fall in their parents footsteps when they get older or even still at a young age. I didn’t want to be anther statistic, I wanted my life to mean more than that. I chose not to be another statistic and fulfill my goals and become a productive citizen. I am a young woman who has faced many struggles and is still working to overcome them. When I was young, only fourteen years old, my mother left behind my sixteen year old sister, 6 year old brother, and I. We woke two days before Christmas to find a note that read “ I love you all, but I am just not happy hear anymore. Ill be in contact soon”. Them words will forever be implanted in my head. We waiting for weeks on her to call, write a letter, do something to let us know she was alright. There was a deep urge in my heart to go find her and make her come back home. I soon realized I wasn’t going to be able to stay with my sister and brother when C.P.S (child protective services) came and had a visit with us one day. My heart got ripped out, my siblings were all I had left in this enormous world. They told my siblings father that since I wasn’t blood, and he wasn’t married to my mom, he had no jurisdiction to keep me or let me stay there. He was the only dad I knew since I was born, and I lost him too. I was forced to move to Florida from Indiana with my biological father whom I have never met . My siblings had to stay behind with their biological father in Indiana. Getting separated from everyone and everything I ever known is only a piece of what I went through. Its tragic and still hurts to this day to know that the one, my mother, who was always supposed to be there for me actually left. When she left it flipped my whole world upside down in the process. Life in Florida just got worse for me. I found out instantly my biological father didn’t want anything to do with me other than receiving money from my mother in child support and welfare from the government. He is and addict, and still to this day he doesn’t want anything to do with me. His only concern is that of an addict. Where can he get his next dose? Where will he get the money to pay for his next dose? When will he be able to get his next dose? He didnt have any concern about…
Who am I? I am a daughter, friend, volunteer, granddaughter and a niece. I am loved, supported and encouraged by family. I contribute a lot of who I am by the example of my parents. Many of the significant factors are contributed by parent’s belief in discipline, education and self-accountability. As college student, I recognize that I have an opportunity that some college students do not have. I have the love and support of my parents who have chosen to finance my college experience. I have…
Who we are today depends on quite a few things, the people we meet and interact with, the challenges that we face and the experiences we are put into and how we handle them. The challenges and influences that have shaped and changed who I am today are my family and home life, my “wonderful” high school experience and all the ways it’s changed me.
Who are you? It is said that each one of us are unique, we are who we are and our choices in life make us the way we are. Now yes the choices that we…
Who am I? I am the result of 4 billion years of evolution. I am trillions of individual cells working together in perfect harmony. I am but one part of a 7 billion piece jigsaw puzzle. I am Sundeep Bath, but that in itself is not interesting. I find that who a person is cannot be found in a birth certificate, nor in a resume or biography, but is hidden beneath all the flesh and bone. Who a person is is too complex for any individual to understand. It is in the crevices of the human mind, heart…
Who am I?
Dr. Beth Pepmiller
February 22, 2013
I. Where did I grow up?
a. Lived in Jones, Florida
b. What school did I attend?
c. Since joining the Army where have I been?
II. Who were the influential people in my life?
a. My parents
b. JROTC Instructors
c. U.S. Army Leaders
III. How can I be a positive role model for ours to emulate…
To my dear friends:
I would like to take this opportunity to express openness to my friends who must know who I am in a deeper sense. I intend to be very open to you about who I am as a friend and how I see things to better understand me as a person and as a friend. I also take this opportunity that by letting you know who I am, I will be able to unleash some of your wrong notions about me. This way, we can be transparent about each other,…
Who am I?
Each person on this planet has unique qualities that are shared with others. Knowing people is a way to broaden one's horizons, create new ideas and spread them. My life is full of meaningful relationships and memories.
I am an individual. I am my own person; a person who makes mistakes, laughs, cries, hurts, smiles and loves. I am who I am through my joys, sorrows, heartbreaks, happiness and my loses. Each step in my life…
Who Am I
I am a mother who is curious, classy, and witty. I hope to be respected by others and I want to better myself. A mother is defined as a female parent, one that is loving, kind, and caring towards her children. I consider myself a loving mother. Loving isn’t all hugs and kisses. Loving is also discipline. As a mother, I am a strong believer in not giving my children everything they ask for. They should have to work for things. This has taught my children to respect the things they have…
Who Am I
Who am I? I am a person, in physical existence. I have a body; within my body is a soul. A soul that is significantly different from my body. My thoughts, feeling, dreams, mind and relationships are all governed by my soul. My soul is my foundation for my beliefs, attitude, behavior, character and destiny. My physical body is what brings me into existence it gives me an identity. My body and soul work hand- in –hand and help my carry out who I am. The philosopher that best supports…
Who Am I?
Ethics/125 Cultural Diversity
February 20, 2014
Who Am I?
This PowerPoint presentation explains discrimination in the United States from the past and the present. It will be exciting to discover that race mattered then and it matters today. The slides will delve into the following issues:
Race Does Matter
Civil Rights Movement
I am sharing my journey…
Charles M. Larsone
Who Am I?
Over the last couple week I have observed and reviewed how and why a person acts a certain way. After seeing others' perspectives, and drawing my own conclusions, it's time for the ultimate analysis--myself. Who am I? And why did I turn out this way? In answering these questions I will be looking at five big factors in personality: Openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism.
First off, I look at my openness…