Free Essay Hopes Dreams

Evonne Gonzalez
Composition 1301MW
Hopes and Dreams
My hopes and dreams are to graduate from University of Texas Pan-American with my Master Degree in Nursing, establish a good career in pediatrics, and raise a family. Those have been my dreams since I was a little girl and I hope one day to accomplish them. I am willing to go through all the obstacles just be successful. I hope with God’s help I will get through the toughest things in life. I have always wanted to be in the medical field not just for the money but because I am into science and the human body, after I know I have a good job I would like to start a family of my own.
To graduate from a college will be a great accomplishment, not just for me but for my family as well. My family has so much faith in me knowing that I will be successful in life and the last thing I want to do is disappoint them. Not only was I the first to graduate from high school, I am the first one in my family going to college. My family is a big help by motivating me to study and work hard. My parents lecture me practically like every day saying they want me to live a better life than they are living. Even in these tough times with economy it’s hard to find a good stable paying job. My parents don’t even want me to work while going to school because they rather me focus on my studies then help them out with the bills. My mom always said “I will support you through school even if it kills me.” So I think I owe it to my parents to go and finish school. I don’t know what I will do without my parents by my side supporting me the whole way. Not just my parents but my grandma as well has inspired me to go into nursing. She is always getting sick somehow, I see my aunt and mom take care of her. When I finally got old enough I would take care of her day and night, I had to make sure she would take all her medications, I would check her blood pressure, blood sugar, pulse, and respirations. Taking care of my grandma made me think, I...

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I could start this off by saying that I hope for our future we will have equality for all, world peace, no more hunger, or violence, and no poverty, or unhappiness. But, in today’s society, not even God could probably accomplish these things. There is always going to be some bad in this world and that is what makes the good seem even better. This is what I want for the future. I want people to see that bad days and disagreements will happen, and sometimes, unfortunately, the people will die over them; it is inevitable. I want people to celebrate the good in the world and not waste their lives away over the bad. If the whole world just smiled more, it would be a better place to live in.. “When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade…” In other words, there are many ways to assist us in living more optimistically. Don’t be afraid to ask for help - learn from others. If you are down about something, or feeling slightly alone, people are generally a good remedy for this. Ask a friend to cheer you up; any sort of distraction is a step toward the right direction. People spend too much time thinking in their lives and if they could just go and do stuff and enjoy their company, maybe they would not be so depressed all of the time.
Art heals everyone. I wish that our world could be more expressive of their emotions. I think that people hold all of their emotions in and it just eats them alive. Even I am guilty of this from time to time. I just remind myself that I am human too and that even if I don’t want to tell people how I feel, I can convey it in a different way. In the future, I hope people realize that painting, writing, singing, dancing, playing sports, drawing, or even just coloring are really stress relieving and they are nothing to be ashamed of. They make for a joyful world, and a prettier one too.
Another positive solution is religion. I know that, generally if I am having a hard time, Hebrew school helps a lot! Part of this is my friends and just being able to talk in a comfortable place, but it’s also the idea of religion. For me, it is the idea that a higher power is up there looking down rooting for me. It gives me hope and strength when nothing else works. My Jewish education has shown me that half of the things God does for me are all in my head. Maybe God can’t fix world hunger, or violence, or cure death, but God gives us the power to move on afterwards, and make the world better for future generations. We don’t need less bad things, just more appreciation of the good things, and overall happiness. I hope that in the future, our world still has what it does now, and much more.

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