Date of publication: 2017-09-01 14:04
Often, people look back on their failures and obsess over how they could have prevented their mistakes. They ask themselves, What could I have done differently? The answer is not worth discovering. Focusing on unforeseen outcomes hinders our ability to pick ourselves up and move forward.
The Illuminati changed my life. Three years ago, I found my first ambigram in one of my favorite novels, by Dan Brown. I turned the page, and there it was: the word &ldquo Illuminati&rdquo printed into the exact center of the book. It was styled like a newspaper masthead, exquisite and complex, ye.
Every weekend after my karate class, I volunteer for an hour and a half teaching kids ages 8-67. The first class is the Little Ninjas, who are just 8-5 years old. These are among my favorites to teach because they have no preconceptions or attitude. They look at you unjudgmentally and li.
I came out to my best friend as bisexual the summer before ninth grade. Unlike the countless coming out YouTube videos I had watched to prepare myself, I don t really remember the sigh of relief or heart fuzzies of acceptance when she said that it was fine. All I can remember is the.
There has always been a disconnect between the have and the have-nots in society. Wealth and poverty has been perhaps the single biggest dividing issue since the introduction of money thousands of years ago. It was the Wu-Tang Clan that so famously said that cash ruled everything &lsquo around me&rd.
I only allow myself to watch one movie in theatres every year. Although some people may view me as cheap, my frugal nature has been a strong source of my self-identity. This sense of resourcefulness is apparent throughout my family&rsquo s activities, whether it is cooking our own dinner or bargaini.
Passionate about both science and music, I find Northwestern&rsquo s exceptional undergraduate engineering and music programs extremely appealing. The unique opportunity for me to combine McCormick and Bienen into one dual-degree program is even more attractive, allowing me to receive certification.
It moved timidly at first, its gears slowly churning as it felt the spark of life flow through its wires. Slowly, it turned, rotating on its treads, as it scanned the arena for any signs of movement. Its light sensors on the alert, it sensed that something was near. It nudged forward as it felt its.