My Aspirations Essays
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In line with the requirement as prescribed, I would like to put across my plans in three different parts; the first being the genesis of my aspirations and dreams; second- describing what I have done so far in making my aspirations and dreams come true; third- the role of these aspirations which helped to reach my dream destination. These are the motivating forces behind my professional accomplishments. These forces, I believe that would lead to brighter avenues in the field....
Critic Kurt Vonnegut pronounced that Richard Yates’ ‘Revolutionary Road’ was the Great Gatsby of his time. As genre-defining American novels there are definite similarities as authors present post-war societies, with characters coming to terms with newfound lives outside of warfare. As Fitzgerald and Yates’ characters struggle with fresh existences, often they cannot project into the future, portraying a single aspiration socially, yet truly desiring something else. The authors use of a second genuine aspiration allows for complex, layered presentation of...
We have all had childhood dreams. That one thing that seemed so possible and achievable. However, then you grow up and reality kicks in. A study show that only 6% of people achieve their childhood dream. Nearly all people desire progress. Nearly all people fear falling short of their own and others expectations. Why don’t we achieve our dream? Nearly all people struggle to make their aspirations a reality because of fear, lack of motivation, or a simple lack of...
Dreams are always achievable but sometimes one has to overcome obstacles to reach them. Dreams and aspirations are similar, they motivate people to look forward to the future. Dreams and aspirations can positively and negatively affect people’s lives through relationships and experiences. “The Necklace” by Maupassant, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, and “We Choose to go to the Moon” by John F. Kennedy all display dreams that positively or negatively affect relationships and experiences. “The Necklace” in which...