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created Aug 8th 2022, 07:48 by Qasim Faisal



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Life is a journey filled with lessons, hardships, heartaches, joys, celebrations and special moments that will ultimately lead us to our destination, our purpose in life. The road will not always be smooth; in fact, throughout our travels, we will encounter many challenges.Some of these challenges will test our courage, strengths, weaknesses, and faith. Along the way, we may stumble upon obstacles that will come between the paths that we are destined to take. In order to follow the right path, we must overcome these obstacles. Sometimes these obstacles are really blessings in disguise, only we don't realize that at the time.Along our journey we will be confronted with many situations, some will be filled with joy, and some will be filled with heartache. How we react to what we are faced with determines what kind of outcome the rest of our journey through life will be like.When things don't always go our way, we have two choices in dealing with the situations. We can focus on the fact that things didn't go how we had hoped they would and let life pass us by, or two, we can make the best out of the situation and know that these are only temporary setbacks and find the lessons that are to be learned.Time stops for no one, and if we allow ourselves to focus on the negative we might miss out on some really amazing things that life has to offer. We can't go back to the past, we can only take the lessons that we have learned and the experiences that we have gained from it and move on. It is because of the heartaches, as well as the hardships, that in the end help to make us a stronger person.The people that we meet on our journey, are people that we are destined to meet. Everybody comes into our lives for some reason or another and we don't always know their purpose until it is too late. A Journey of my Life Everything has a history. Everyone has their own endeavor. It depends on how they take it, how they overcome each situation and how they will face each circumstance that made their endeavor meaningful. As a student, I am leaving a very simple yet a fruitful life. I started as a toddler who wants to be my parents be proud of me. I did my very best to study hard and to receive an award every end of the school year. Then I came to the first ground of my studies, my elementary days. At this point of my life, I gained lot of friends. I had a lot of chances to meet and face different kind of people. This really affects me as a person and as a student. But the thing is that I had to overcome each temptation that I know may have a bad effect to my studies. I also joined the varsity in school so as my extra-curricular activity. And as I end the first ground of my studies, I thank God because I still had my award as one of the top students in the class. Then I entered to my high school life. I can say that this is the most adventurous and wonderful part of my life. This is the time that I met my true friends. And until now, we are still all together. I can say that our friendship will never end and we will all be friends until the end of time. And now, I am in my tertiary level, my college life. This is a wider world for me. I spent my 1st and 2nd year at TIP (Technological Institute of the Philippines). At this point, I had my girlfriend. We were like Romeo and Juliet. I made her my life, my world and everything. But our relationship didn’t last very long. We ended our relationship because of a very important reason- God. I had a failing grade there so my parents decided I’ll stop studying as a punishment.Life is a beautiful journey, not a destination enjoy the ride that must be traveled. and find joy every moment, trip, and mile. it is not a race or competition with anyone because it is just like a train or bus and its stationsLife is not a journey to the grave plaque with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty. Indeed it is an amazing journey to be experienced not a problem to be solved so travel it drug free. Everyone must understand the real meaning of it. Many poets or writers already talked about it such as Allan watts, Gordon B Hinckley, Henri Frederic Amiel, Hunter s Thompson, joseph Campbell, Joyce Meyer, Michael newton, Abraham hicks, etc, life is a wonderful journey.In other words, life is a journey to be savored. If you fall in love with the journey you will be in love forever filled with unexpected miracles, only you hold the key of happinessAs a very small child I don’t remember too much, but the things that I do remember were seen through a child’s eyes that has made me the person that I am today and I will always have those memory’s with me until my last breath on this earth. In this essay I intend to show how my childhood and adult life to this point has influenced my life, my journey. By utilizing the adult development theories from this class I also intend on showing how they relate to my Life experiences and where I am today as an Adult student.Its funny how as a child you look at things.  As time passes, those same child memories become life experiences as an adult. It is stated that Environmental assessment is closely related to the impact environment makes on…show more content…I lost my little brother in 1982 at age 22 in an accident at my parent’s home. Robbie was taking down a C.B.  antenna and it struck a high power line that ran into the local General Motors plant.  Robbie was killed instantly. As Erickson’s stated in his psychosocial development theory, “which refers to the development within the social environment in which a person lives, primarily focusing on relationships with other people” (Simanowitz & Pearce. 2003).  This had brought back memories of how my relationship was when we were little.  I was always kind of upset with Robbie because he was one of those kids that had that natural athletic ability.  Robbie could run faster and throw better, do everything better when it came to sports, but the real reason I was mad at Robbie most of my childhood life was because every time something went wrong, I always got the blame and in trouble. Mom would say “You’re older you should have known better” Yes she was right most of the time I did know better.          I was the middle child and I was always the one that got into trouble even though Robbie might have done it first.  I had a good childhood for the most part, I can’t remember not doing without the things that I really needed as a child.  Things like clothes, food, shelter and love from a family.  I recall having my favorite things.Every journey begins with one small step. I took that step, esoterically, at the age of five, after the life altering experiences of past life flashbacks and the realization that the earthly plane was a launching pad to higher planes. I never felt the need to articulate my newfound awareness of a reality so profoundly different from that of the norm, that I acknowledged it secretly as a divine gift, I would one-day share with others.Following the death of my beloved dog and the trauma that besets any child, the quest to learn more about the afterlife began. While some viewed it as a morbid fascination, I knew that the trajectory of my life had been determined! When loss expressed itself again in the tragic death of a very special friend, in my early twenties, the sheer intensity of my emotions found release in fiery explosions of haikus and cinquains. Gibran, Rumi and Tagore also brought solace to a soul yearning to make sense of it all, in the dying embers of each day I was propelled even further into metaphysical realms whilst grasping for insight and credibility for my so-called paranormal experiences when my dad crossed over. It soon became apparent that I needed a compass to navigate the seemingly uncharted seas of grief and pain. It was my writing eventually became that compass! My morning pages, inspired by Julia Cameroon, brought immense healing as the floodgates of tears opened. Memories surfaced in the form of words and images, drifting across the oceans of.Every day the thought of giving up crosses my mind. I think whether the end of this journey is worth the stress and the obstacles down the road. Everyone around me complain about how hard it is, but I’ve only seen one person push through it all, and that is my cousin, Michelle. She lives a life of examples to follow. She is the one that makes me believe in myself and pushes me to be the better version of myself. After watching “Why Most People Die by 25” by Prince Ea, it reminded me so much of Michelle. She has done so much in her 23 years of age. She made me realize that what that video mentions is true. She has demonstrated that no matter how hard the journey is the ending is always so much better. My goals are what will keep me going these next few years and knowing if I am even half the person Michelle is I will be highly satisfied. In the next ten years, I plan on graduating college with my Spanish major and becoming an educator, traveling all Central and South America, and start building my life with my future husband. First, finishing my education and becoming a Spanish teacher will be my biggest accomplishment. There is something about helping others that brings joy to me. School has always been my number one priority. I have dedicated countless hours to make sure that all my assignments and quizzes were done on time. The studying for exams was gruesome, but in the end helped me tremendously. There has been stressful situations in the past and I am positive there.For the past 37 years my life has been anything but easy. I think most people can sympathize, to a degree. I am a middle child, with two older brothers and a one younger brother. We have an immense age gap; my older brothers are 15 years older than me and my youngest brother is 7 years younger. I grew up in a split family and bounced between my parents. I changed schools more times than I can count but still managed to graduate high school, start a career and a family

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