Essay on My Views On My View On Life

754 Words Dec 16th, 2015 4 Pages
When I started Freshman Composition, I was nervous, and was unsure of what to expect. Professor Sebacher changed the way I looked at everyday scenarios, and gave me a new perspective on love, and relationships. Throughout the course, we completed multiple journal entries that really opened my eyes on the life I was about to live. It made me re-think some of the decisions I was considering, and really made me think about my view on life. This class made me think everyday, and really challenge myself on the daily topics.
Flattery makes friends and truth makes enemies. When you first meet someone, you want to greet them nicely, give them a compliment. You don’t want to be known as the person to tell them they are unattractive; they don’t want to hear that. You want to please them with respect so they can think of you as a friend, and not someone who is mean. If you were to speak the truth to everyone you see or about everything you see wrong with someone, you will make enemies. Whoever honestly says he hates every kind of flattery doesn’t yet know every kind of flattery. If someone who is grumpy or negative doesn’t like to be greeted with a comment, or told they look nice, they do not know what else is out there. If he or she were to do something extraordinary, deep down that person would want to receive a compliment. Although they do not like to be flattered, there is other comments out there, that might interest them.
During the class, we talked about something I had never…

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