My American Dream Essay

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  • My American Dream Research Paper

    Never have I realized the reality of the world until my birth nation, the United States, helped me come upon all the colors outside the pink bubble I was living in. I was always under the fear of getting out of my comfort zone. I grew up in Mexico with my two parents, and two older brothers. Although, I was born in the United States I have always considered myself Mexican. I was living in the city of Tijuana, which is considered one of the most dangerous cities of the world due to its reputation of drug dealers. The borderline between the countries also represented the border between my dream and my pink bubble. I attended an all girl catholic school since I was three years old. Throughout the years, I was always surrounded by the same people…

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  • What Is My American Dream Career

    In my opinion the American Dream is being able to have the career of your choice. I always say if you do something you, love you never have to work a day in your life. I do believe people have to start from the bottom and work their way to the top. I want to be a head coach for women's college basketball, but I have no experience. Now I have to be a team manager and work for free. This is my American dream because I am doing something I love. I got inspired by Tulane, I wrote letters, and I got…

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  • My American Dream In The Great Gatsby

    My American Dream “So we beat on boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past” (Fitzgerald 180). This quote means that the past cannot be relived so having to move on and not dwell on the past is a necessity. Fitzgerald uses this quote to explain what is happening after Gatsby’s death. Gatsby’s American Dream is much unlike mine. He dreamed of having Daisy as his girl and to be able to show her off and be proud of her; everything he did was to either impress Daisy or…

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  • Bill Spruill: My Vision Of The American Dream

    is the American Dream? It has many different definitions to many different cultures,people, and even your family members. It has evolved over the decades constantly adapting to the world. This dream is what makes America so enticing and desirable. It has many different terms for success which makes it all the more available. But, unfortunately with the growing financial gap of the rich and poor the chances for success are very slim. Mr.Spruill has had the ability to fulfill his dream ,and has…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Parent's American Dream

    My parent’s American Dream, similar to many other immigrants of the 1990s, was to seek a better life and to get access to more job opportunities. When I interview my dad about his difficult decision of leaving everything behind and move to a foreign country, he told me that during that time, China had a horrible economy and he just simply did not see a future in that kind of environment. When he heard about San Francisco, a land of gold and opportunities, he decided to take a risk and challenge…

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  • My American Dream

    rushed across my face as the ice skating routine came to a close. For a moment, silence, followed by loud cheers, praise and applause galore. The lights turned on, beaming periodically directly into my eyes. Squinting, looking for familiar faces, I came across my grandparents. The look of joy on their faces was incredibly comforting, yet I came to the harsh realization that my parents were not with them. Growing up, my parents worked multiple jobs to support our family. We lived in a house…

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  • My American Dream

    London is my home away from home. If America was my greatest adventure and my greatest fear, being a Pirate was my greatest journey. A thirty-hour exhausting flight physically transported me from Vietnam to a foreign land - Corpus Christi, as well as figuratively transformed a childish girl to a young adult at the age of fifteen. From the moment that I stepped out of the airplane, a new chapter of my life began without me being aware. After a chain of uplifting and exciting feelings, the reality…

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  • My American Dream In My Life

    Everyone's American Dream is different, but the main goal of those dreams tend to be something that would make them happy in life. Wether it's something small, like owning a pet, or something big, like running a business, they are all connected in the way of wanting a better life for either themselves or others. Theses dreams tend to be different throughout each generation, and in my case this is true. My grandma's dream was to come to America and get a better education for her future. My…

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  • My American Dream Or Never

    I was contemplating whether I should write to you or not. Literally I wrote to everyone I could think of before I wrote to you, because my parents informed me how it is not proper etiquette because we live in Park Ridge Estates as well. However, after I saw a book you wrote I knew you were the perfect person to write to. The title of your book is, “Now or Never: Getting Down To The Business of Saving Our American Dream”. For years I have disregarded my own American dream, covered by my own…

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  • My Personal American Dream

    always present in the American Dream. Money. Most americans dream about living in luxury and having lots and lots of money. Money has become a very controversial subject. Some will say that the key to success and happiness is with money, whereas others will say that not even all the money in the world could determine happiness. The United States is a very materialistic nation where just about everyone will overwork themselves in order to make as much money as possible. It’s no help that the…

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