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An accomplishment for which I am proud is for making an last minute 3 pointer shoot helping us win the game and a chance for the playoffs. Everyone was so happy and they cheered me on because now we had won the game by 2 pointsMy plans for this summer are to get an summer job, play summer basketball, and spend some of the summer with my Auntie. With the money I make from my job I plan buying games for my Xbox 360In May 2013 I will be walking across the stage. After graduation I will probably go to project graduation. Yea I am going to 4 year college. Yes I am going to work the i will have to start a family and have funny party and chillen with all my friends NEVER GIVE UP BECAUSE YOU WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND AT A GREAT START!!!his imsuffincent earnings as a writer forced hawthore to enter a career as aboston Custom House measure in 1839. What is the true goal for each person in life? What are people striving for? Selfishness is a large motivator when it comes to personal goals. Instead of wondering what an individual can get out of a situation, they should be wondering how they can help others. When a person helps others they meet their physical and emotion needs. Helping others also brings compassion and compassion equals a better society. As for myself I want to become a doctor to make an impact on each individual patient's life.

My mother is in the health field. During my childhood, she would take me with her to her work, at random clinches, hospitals, and offices. Watching my mother and seeing her help others really influenced me to want to go into the healthcare field like her. Seeing the people who were sick and ill really made me sympathetic. That motivated me to want to help others. Every time I get that chance to help others, I get a feeling of accomplishment and gratification.

When I was younger I remember hearing a story about a Japanese girl named Aya Kito. She was diagnosed with a disease called spinocerebellar ataxia at fifteen years old. The disease causes an individual to lose control over their body, but they can retain their mental ability. Aya knew that there was no cure for her disease; while she was ill she began to write a diary about her life as a teenage life with a degenerative disease. Unfortunately, she did not get to see it published, as that happened after she died. In her diary she writes about her feeling and the hardship she endures. In 2005 Aya's diary was made into a Japanese drama called 1 Litre no Namida. The script is based on the diary Aya kept writing until she could no longer hold a pen. When I watched the drama it was really heartbreaking. Hearing about this during my childhood and recalling it, and contrasting it with my experiences to now really lit a fire in me to become a doctor. I want to help people understand why they are in; I want to be the guide, and guide, and supporting them on their way of happiness.

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