Essay on What I Can Do For Those Who Have Not Survived

1183 Words Oct 4th, 2016 5 Pages
“Survival is a privilege which entails obligations. I am forever asking myself what I can do for those who have not survived”. (Simon Wiesenthal) People always have a difficult time changing, they like sticking to one thing and improve on that one thing. Then there are people, who’s life is constantly changing. Change is an inevitable aspect of life it helps shape who we are and who we want to be leading us to significant realization through ones mental, physical, emotional and physical self. Change surrounds our daily lives represented through contextual and textual components shaping and transforming the present to the future. There are four aspects in your life that people change the most: physical, emotional health, social and spiritual life. The physical health, deals with the overall well-being and is the most visible of the various dimensions of health. The emotional health, is a positive sense of wellbeing which enables an individual to be able to function I society and meet the demands of everyday life. Social life, is the opportunities to do enjoyable things that exist in a particular place. Finally, spiritual life is something that is natural and normal. Explain below are goals of mine, I’ll like to change in the four aspects, including how will I change or improve that action in my life and how will I get there. I have never really struggle with the physical health aspect of my life. I’ve always maintain a decent weight, I eat a lot of junk food and I try to…

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