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    If I were to wake up as a woman I would initially be shocked. I would probably think this was a deep seeded nightmare from the time I had a final on female hormones and their reproductive system. I would get up from my bed and look at myself with both a sense of fascination and horror. I would honestly be intrigued as to how something like this happened. I’d eventually find no reasonable explanation and give up, chalking up all my memories of being a male to being one really realistic dream. I figured in the end it didn’t really matter, why would it? Male or female, I’ve still got my life to live. Little did I know that due to a whole different set of stressors in regards to low self-esteem, expectations set by peers, and society’s harshly idealistic view of women, my female version would be in for a big surprise.…

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    “Life is hard, but take it ten seconds at a time because everyone can handle ten seconds”(Schmidt 2015) when that ten seconds is over we get to start all over. My life was never a walk in the park, but it always made me a brighter person.I was always the girl who bad things were happening but I could never let these things get in my way. I always knew I could build myself from the things that were happening in my life. These helped me be the better and brighter person I am today.From my…

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    As a child, I was outside almost all the time. I would either be on my family farm working or in the backwoods that are on our farm. I love the outdoors because they are so perfect because they are so beautiful and great. As a farm boy, the outdoors are what I have been around my whole life and all I have known. Therefore, I honestly wouldn’t know what to do without them. I remember a couple of years ago, my family went on a excursion to Disney World, and I wasn’t myself, I felt like I…

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    Life Influences Everyone is born without an identity of who they are and it is slowly developed as we grow. From when we are born to grown adults we take in everything around us which molds and shapes into who we are. From everything in our lives we all have those couple of things which consider the biggest influences in our lives. Whether something as simple as a book, movie, family member, or a person we briefly knew that touched our lives like nothing else has. Personally a film and two…

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    Perspective I have a confession to make. I don’t know what the word “home” means. At one point in my life, I may have had some idea, but that faded as I matured. When I was little, it seemed to be the place my family and I returned to after being somewhere else, such as Grandma’s house or the movie theater. It was where my bedroom with all my toys was, where my mother would bake batches of delicious cookies, and where my father grew his garden. It was a 3-story building in the tiny, rural town…

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    “Life is as you make it.” The way you decide to live your life is all up to you. Although I don’t take advantage of some things in life I wish I would have, I am pretty satisfied with the way my life is going. A quote that I live by is “Life is as you make it.” You can take that quote in whatever way you want too, but I take it in a positive way. This quote is in multiple places I see on the daily to remind me that it is okay to take risks, be adventurous, and take live life to the fullest.…

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    Robert Fulghum Credo

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    In the essay “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum is a personal essay and was written in 19494. A credo is a personal statement of belief.The purpose for writing credo is because Robert Fulghum thought that they would solve life’s problems. Also all you really need to know how to live and he thought that it helped you have a meaningful life. Robert Fulghum shortened his work over time to get it as simple as it can be so that it is easier to understand the…

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    Cricket And Identity Essay

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    peoples, sports have been one of the reasons that are shaped identity. For me as well, I started playing this sport at the age of eight and I still remember that at first, I used to play in front of my house with my brother and a few fellow friends. When I started playing the ball game, I didn’t know much about the rules, but still I used to play and always try to learn more about this game. When I turned 11, at that time, I used to bring water for a player to drink in…

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    I see myself in Walden because I have realized, upon reflection, that my conclusions from facing the meanness of life mirror Thoreau’s conclusions in Walden. In “Where I Lived, and What I Lived For”, Thoreau explains his motives for the unorthodox move to Walden Pond. Thoreau went into the woods to “drive life into a corner”, “live deliberately” and “publish the whole and genuine meanness of it [life]” (74). With these goals in mind, Thoreau entered an environment with obstacles requiring him to…

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    occurrence for children in America. The story “All I Really Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten” is a story that has a lot of truth behind it. In kindergarten you learn numerous things. You learn how to play with others, how to always clean up after yourself, how to properly take care of your body, and even the worst one of all that everyone dies sooner or later. Kindergarten is said to be the most important grade in your whole life. There are two key points that you learn in…

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