Happiest Moment of My Life Essay

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    Memories of ‘My Happiest Moments in Life?’ I am not a happy man. My whole life is fraught with debilitating circumstances beyond human conception. Every success is trolled by a specter of sorrows and setbacks of gargantuan magnitude. This may be perhaps as intelligence suggested, was in my poor mother’s womb for about ten months and that the flabbergasted doctor at Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital Umuahia informed my distraught father that I was clawing at my mother’s entrails and did not want to come out of the womb. I was later dragged out into the world. You may raise doubts over the plausibility of such a tale, but my whole life reflects such a contradiction as if an old Persian saying is directed at me ‘Go wake up your luck’. A few instances of actual encounter will unravel some shocking near death encounters that enabled me to conclude that I have no happiest moment in this life. In the year 1971, immediately after the Nigerian civil war, my uncle brought me to Lagos to stay with him; I was about 5…

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    grandfather and son or any person that is in the family for more than 4 years. Another example can be that the daughter can interview her family like a grandmother, grandfather, or even mom and dad. The interview can last for about a half an hour. Many interviews show what is being said that is happening with their life. The interviewer will get to ask the questions and hear the answer from the other person who is interviewing with. This feedback or response can have many outcomes of answer like…

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    Both those feelings can be prevented by a loving and supportive family life. According to an online article written by the Mental Health Foundation titled Depression, depression can cause many negative impacts to your health, in both mind and body.Depression can show itself through many types of symptoms such as “Tiredness and loss of energy, difficulty concentrating, feeling anxious all the time, feelings of helplessness and hopelessness, insomnia, loss of appetite, physical aches and pains,…

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    having rules to follow wasn’t unheard of with my family. There was always a way to behavior with friends/family, at school, at home and out in the street. Often I found myself getting into trouble because I didn 't listen and also the fact that I always found some kind of way to slipping out of having to doing something that I knew I was supposed to do. But out of all the people in my family my mom was the strictest. When expectations set high, not meaning them meant my siblings and I typical…

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    The pain of this memory still lingers in the darkest crevices in my mind. Divorce! The word to me seems so grotesque and evil; however this cruel word became a reality for me when I was sixteen years old. Family has been always one of the most important aspects in my life, my life and the world as I knew it died. Nevertheless, I still find myself wishing my parent’s were back together, I understand that it is selfish to wish this, but I can’t help but close my eyes and imagine this image of my…

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    Throughout my life I have had issues with being antisocial but not in the most obvious way. In the way where I could converse with and befriend others, my issues was i tend to be antisocial when it comes to friendship and being in groups of friends. I always find myslef to be strayed away. To this day I still can not comprehend why. It is highly reasonableto say i endure complications when it comes to feeling included. This is mostly due to my anxiety. Growing up i was overly self-conscious.…

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    Earlier in my life, I struggled with four things: family, friends, school, and myself, until I moved here to Texas for a second chance in my life. Throughout my life, I am always moving. Always adapting to new challenges. I do not do drugs nor smoke because I had learned it in a hard way in my early years. I always do the best I can to help others, and just try to do good. I am quiet and socially awkward and do not have many friends. That is why I am good with animals and children because they…

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    My Strengths

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    out my strengths seemed kind of bogus. I wasn’t all for it; it honestly seemed like a waste of time. Once we got to class and started analyzing our strengths, I began to realize that maybe this quiz wasn’t such a joke. Most of us have spent our entire lives with the mindset that we need to build up our weaknesses. As we found out, this might not be entirely true. It turns out that it is actually more productive to capitalize on our strengths rather than try develop our weaknesses. By using…

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    Ultimate Goal Essay

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    one”, to be appealing, and if we achieve this, everything else in life will just follow. I would be lying if I said that scared little girl inside my heart didn’t still believe this to be true to some extent, but with age came wisdom but we’ll get to this a little later. Seeing all the “pretty” people on tv, movies, ads, even in real life can be intimidating, convincing us all for the most part that this is just how life is. I hate to admit, but this way of thinking was apparent in my own…

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    The Importance Of Life

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    including myself. Sweat dripped down the length of my body and into places I absolutely didn’t want to think about. My clothes were quickly becoming second skin, clinging in the most uncomfortable way. Furthermore it didn’t help that I was dressed from head to toe in sunlight absorbing black clothing. The only comforting thing that kept me going was having the knowledge that I knew everyone who surrounded me was going through the same experience. A quick glance to my left, a woman fans herself…

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