The splendid joy of the stars: the joy of the earth.God made Heaven and Earth for joy He took in a rhyme, .He shaped with the sweet pattern of music and filled them with intoxicating wine, namely his extreme joy and delight.Man should remember, how in olden times, God created Heaven and Earth for giving joy to him.Although, it turned out that in case of medical students it is a bit different, the author had already achieved his goal: he had involved readers into narration appealing to their emotions.
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All of the team members work to the same goal.Joy of Chocolate Company was created by Suzy Campbell.We can apply this system for Joy of Chocolate company.This company has two key appointments from the outset were Leon Houmond and Hafiz Shah.She play the task specialist role, spend time and energy helping the team reach goal.We can apply this relationship for the Joy of Chocolate company.
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Allow me to share with you the following daily reminders of joy and hope for a teacher to avoid these blunders and to keep the joy in teaching and so to advocate hope in learning… .Teaching is just like a service, Gandhi said: “Service which rendered without joy helps neither the servant nor the served.If I find myself tired and empty, I will try to restore in me the joy.But all other pleasures and possessions pale into nothingness before service which is rendered in a spirit of joy”.I am praying that the Master of all Knowledge, the Almighty will give me strength to pursue and enlighten my whole being and so to desire always to give my best and passion in teaching.
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My father measures success with how much joy is brought to his life on a regular basis.A secure job and a loving family fulfill his goal which ultimately makes him a successful person in his eyes.I may be erroneous towards the classification of the word success, but an opinion is neither right nor wrong.If you were, I honestly believe you will feel successful.But when looking back on your life that you lived, ask yourself if you were happy.
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In summary, interaction with people has always been a very joyful experience for me.I found the college of Pharmacy as the richest source of joy that can deliver my vision for the future.Reason being that the training would erase any ignorance in me when I shall be on the field fulfilling my vision in life.For the love of my society and the hope of helpless people who await my pharmaceutical cares in the nearest future, I love pharmacy with passion!I am envisioning a long term goal of being able to assist the community as a pharmacist in drug prescriptions as well as enlightening them on do’s and don’ts of medication (indications and contraindications) to safe more lives and prevent drug complications resulting from ignorance or abuse.
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Yet there is a war in my life, a war I am very grateful for yet very weary of.My foolishness makes me live differently than I would naturally live.It is God himself in my life who works anything in my life that may seem to be faith, virtue, knowledge, self-control, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness, and charity.And if I can show a doomed, droll, frustrated world a Divine Creator, Revealer, Saviour, Lord, and Friend, the more the merrier.That's why I leaped for joy when it found me instead.
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On the search for life’s delirium, both Edna and Janie found it, but Edna failed to keep that joy.They both found another man to experience true love and true happiness with.Their idea of life’s delirium was to find the perfect marriage run by love and find the true joy by and through love.Janie found the true love after Jody died and when she met Tea-Cake and Edna found her true love with Robert.Edna gave up her life, being crushed by the society, and Janie found the life’s delirium and accomplished her goal without being crushed by the society, and not even caring what the society thought about her.
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My earliest memory of childhood joy was more of a feeling.I felt so alienated and detached from my fellow classmates.I recall the overwhelming feeling of joy that I felt seeing my father every afternoon when he got off work.Even though I knew just about everyone at the school, I still felt lost and lonely.My focus and goal was to graduate, not to attend a social function.
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As opposed to other parts of medicine where patients are seen because they are sick, obstetrics and gynecology is a more joyful branch/scene of medicine of which I feel my personality is best fit for.My life ambition is to live joyfully as a dedicated wife and mother, and my professional ambition is to become a humbly well-respected Obstetric Gynecologist.The first “step” towards these goals is admission to medical school, letting me begin my journey to a fulfilling life and career.allowed me to devote my life to advocating for proper nutrition in the US and around the world.Patients seen in this field are happy and expecting a life to be brought into the world.
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There is more meaning in joy that you will ever need.Joy is the dynamic aspect of Being.Tolle, Eckhart.We know it is there, then desire it and so afterwards attempt to ride the horizon only to be constantly be disappointed and frustrated because it’s never there when we think the goal is close.A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose.
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I have lots of goals for a future in ECE.I feel that it would be an honor to be an educator to young children and introduce some of the behaviors that they will carry with them their entire life long.Some of my long-term goals include owning my own childcare center or becoming a pediatrician.They always found a way to make learning fun and exciting.A projection of my short-term goals in ECE includes becoming a Child Development Associate.
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I was so happy that I finally get to see my team play in real life instead of on TV back in my house.After that we went to our hotel that my mom booked for us, as we got there everyone was welcoming us I in the other hand was in my own world anxious to go see my favorite team play and see all the trophies they have won.It was so my parents woke up about half an hour later.Today was the day I got to see my favorite team play.I was so eager to go I could almost hear the sound of the ball swooshing through the air or it hitting the cleats of the player, but the most I could imagine is the crowd going wild and crying with joy as a goal is been scored.
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We can use these outcomes to the benefit of ourselves through personal growth and development and, we can also use these outcomes to the benefit of others through service, support and sacrifice.Ultimately I chose the better option.No words can express the joy and peace we feel when I realize I’ve helped somebody achieve something in life, when the world told them they were worthless.On one hand we have the choice of using outcomes to broaden ourselves and the world around us.What else could be a better purpose in life than leading a life with a purpose?
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Finding a place where I would be able to share this joy was a priority I had.In closing, working at a Christian summer camp would be a great job for any young person because it is a way to spread God’s word with young girls, new limits will be set, and it exposes the counselor to see what teachers and educators face on a day to day basis.I recovered all of the goals I had set for myself for the same and was able to make new goals out of the experience as well.Campers leave with dirty laundry and a stream of tears to follow for they dread seeing leaving day arrive.My heart remains overjoyed today when I look back on the experiences I had.
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I will never rely on "Fortunes", because nothing outside myself could bring me happiness and joy.I should trust myself and believe in my own thoughts, instead of caring about what others do.My ultimate goal, though I may never reach it, is to try to live "in the moment"; I will have hundreds of chances for myself.I will strive for my own faith and my own goals, through self-reliance.Moreover, it also shows me a brand new side of my life.
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* The smile of God is the goal of your life.* Luke 9:23 (NCV) “Jesus said to all of them, “If people want to follow me, they must give up the things they want.* We enjoy what God has done for us, and when we express that enjoyment to God, it brings him joy—but it also increases our joy.He invented all the different people that you and I were intended to be… It is when I turn to Christ, when I give up myself to His personality, that I first begin to have a real personality of my own.” * Psalm 37:7a (GWT) “Surrender yourself to the Lord, and wait patiently for Him.” * The blessings of surrender .* Psalm 68:3 “The righteous are glad and rejoice in His presence; they are happy and shout for joy.” .
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Understanding the Surprise.If it’s possible to see everything in this lifetime, that would be a wonderful news.The teachings we will learn from school will remain important and significant.New Light on Gulf of Tonkin.But the real joy is when we have step unto the place we have wanted to be.
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That is my goal.Being an educator is not about myself, it is about each and every one of the students I will come across in my lifetime as a teacher.It may be outrageous, but I have the desire to achieve that goal.I am not entering this profession for the money or the holidays off, but for each of those young children that want to learn.Knowing that I have been a lasting impact on someone will bring, to me, the largest amount of joy possible.
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In my opinion the joy of learning and the gift of finishing are not things we learn in college.When our family had to move to North Fork, Colorado to follow my dad’s job, my mother continued to teach me as well as my brother Andy.However, she could always get me involved using her amazing imagination.I can credit my mom for giving me the joy of learning.We will make it up to each and everyone of you in the future with our positive influence on the world.
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Moreover, I am a diligent student and never give up easily.There is no such joy when you see someone being blessed and joyful because of what you have done for him or her.In addition, I know deep in my heart that I am not equipped enough in this area however I am more than willing to learn and spend more time than traditional nurse students in order to build my science foundation.I indulged and exposed myself in these studies, so I can gain knowledge and be equipped.Whatever the people might think of me I believe it is never too late as long as I am sure and motivated that this is the path I want to take in.
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For now, my first major goal in high school is to recive a 3.My goals are set and I plan on achieve them no matter what because I never give up on a plan that I set myself up and that I know that I will do well in.I Study whenever I get the chance to achieve my goal for a Gpa of 3.When you actually make that goal it feels you up with joy.At the beginning of each goal you will always set unrealistic standards that you slowly but surely can adjust to become realistic.
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Her brief rundown of some of the important research studies on computer-assisted instruction took away my doubts and affirmed my goal.As I start to integrate more and more technology into my every day class, I am sure it will be more joyful and rewarding for me to see the differences that I have made in my teaching by using technologies.I will be ready to and willing to learn any new technology tools in the future.• American Council on The Teaching of Foreign Language (1993), Standards for Foreign Language Learning: Preparing for the 21st Century, Apr.That was my main goal to take ED 508-OL, Technology as Pedagogy.
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This story is a very good example of a woman whose marriage took a turn for the worst due to an alcoholic and damaged husband, and felt the need to protect her child.So that is exactly what she did.The ending statement in this poem is, to me, a quirky and perhaps even spunky one.She says not even the coldest weather will diminish the hatred she has for the evil that was done to her and her daughter.My goal when writing this paper is to get my opinion and perspective on the poem across to my classmates so they know where I stand, but also to remain broad enough in my writing so that my readers can compare their own response to mine.
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Here, he taught me a lesson of balancing and prioritizing goals and responsibilities alike.. to make a good identity in public through in studies, through my family values..As I evolved through life, I saw my father evolving me- accepting me with my mistakes, comforting me with his words and keeping me smile with his his little thoughts and actions.Wherever he goes my father leaves an indelible impression on all those he met.He is a good luck charm and so I would insist on him accompanying me for all my exams and he always did that with a smiling face.Yes this is exactly what they are ….. and I tell this from my personal experience.
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I am gradually learning to accept others for what they are and have stopped looking for flaws in people.This book has helped me to see what qualities I have inside of myself and how pointless it really is to be so scrutinizing of myself and of others.Three prominent conflicts seen in The Joy Luck Club are between Waverly and Lindo, Lindo and Suyuan, and between June and Waverly.Also, I have recently come to realize that I deserve to be happy, that I am a good person, that I deserve what everyone else seems to have: pride in themselves and in others.I am able to see little details that require changing, that need to be improved.
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Works Cited Tan, Amy.When the ladies of the Joy Luck Club give Jing-mei the ticket to go to China to meet her mother?s lost twin daughters, they tell her, ?But most important, you must tell them about her life.The Joy Luck Club."Fasting of the Heart: Mother-Tradition and Sacred Systems in Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club."Chinese Mothers and their American Daughters in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club ““No choice!
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Because of my experience in film and television production, my love for art and creativity, and the joy obtained from entertaining other people, I want to be a film director.There is no career out there that is better suited for me than filmmaking.When I have reached my first goal and receive a bachelor’s degree in theater, I will have gained valuable skills and I will be writing interesting and attention-grabbing material that will help me reach my ultimate goal of becoming a widely recognized, professional filmmaker.I will be able to entertain others, show my creativity and artistic capabilities, and display my experience and skill in filmmaking.The journey may be long and difficult, but it will be worth it in the end.
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Though I make a big deal about grammar and proper word usage above, keep in mind that the primary goal of communication is clarity.There are many other words you can look up and learn to use correctly such as: • Adverse vs. averse • Bring vs. take • Compliment vs. complement • Farther vs. further • Imply vs. infer • Insure vs. ensure • Precede vs. proceed • Lose vs. loose • Literally vs. figuratively UPGRADE YOUR AWESOME Though not possible for every email or piece of correspondence you send out, try to get a second pair of eyeballs on your written words as often as you can.Add to all this the millions of web searches, text messages, Facebook posts, and tweets sent each minute of the day, I think you could safely a... ... middle of paper...
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In practicing daily death of the flesh, successful people attain wisdom and greatness.As such, a true philosopher’s main goal is to be free of the body and its entanglements, to pursue knowledge.Rather, one can live a joyful life and take every joy, sorrow and instance of suffering as a chance to attain wisdom.In the case of Plato, the hope is for eventual freedom in physical death.However, it falls short by failing to recognize the fact that no one can truly enjoy life without hope.
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The American, n.d.— The American Magazine.Ask yourself this; what has made you smile today?"AMERICAN.COM."Happiness is a positive emotion we experience; it’s not something that we should label as a goal.
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