Personal Narrative: The Revelation Of Jesus Christ

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Many fathers and mothers cherish each other on a daily basis whether it is knowingly or unknowingly. The first fourteen years of my life are cherished memories, memories I hold dear to my heart. For those beautiful fourteen years I was raise by my mother, Ana Reyes and my father, Rodolfo Reyes. I was raised in the beautiful city of Ontario, CA alongside two other siblings, Gladys and Nancy, my two sisters. Being the youngest in the family, I am viewed as the baby of the family regardless of my age. During my early days I enjoyed playing the baby role, household responsibilities were left to my sisters. Being the baby in the family definitely came with its perks. From my childlike mind, my perspective towards my family was perfectly imperfect …show more content…
This scripture puts into words how I deal with the various trials of life. The trials we come across are challenging and often painful, however the depth of meaning created on their behalf is often worth the pain. These trials in life are simply a test of our faith, of who we are, what we believe in, and most importantly if we are ready for the outcome, the revelation. Trials come in all shapes and sizes and in many forms, but the one thing they all have in common is the results that remain with us for a lifetime. Many trials involve those that we love. For me, it was my father. My father the man right by my side became my angel directly above in a blink of an eye. The emotional attachment in terms of time was short lived, but the love created outweighed the infinity of the universe. The morals and values instilled in me by my father is my motivation to continue to persevere through all of life’s obstacles. My father’s influence was so profound that even in his absence it continues to encourage my directional path in life, which is to serve those in need. Through my trials of life I have experienced pain, trauma, anger and sadness, however …show more content…
I have been fortunate enough to interact and also interview the individuals that hold these positions. The position I have always gravitated to the most has been a School Psychologist. I want to support students’ ability to learn as well as assist the teachers’ ability to teach. I am committed to my future career as a school psychologist I truly believe my presence will make a difference for the students I will serve and also their parents. The values I attend to materialize within my work, as a school psychologist is the value of doing the most I can for each student that crosses my path. To see students as individuals that need advocates for their academic, emotional, behavior and social needs. The special personal quality I posses that will benefit those I serve as well as myself is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others, being empathic. Empathy, however is also going to present itself as a challenge. The ability to not involve myself emotionally is what I have already recognized as a personal trial I am going to have to overcome the ability to create a

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