My American Dream
Many people in this world have sought out to achieve their American Dream. Some accomplished it, and some didn’t. Masses of people have died trying to fight for their dream, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and my great grandmother Albertha Peters. Before I die I want to make my dream a reality. I actually want to live and enjoy it. My American Dream is to be a successful doctor and model, to be able to take care of my mom like she is taking care of me.
Since I was a little girl I’ve always wanted to be a pediatrician. Since I can remember I’ve loved working with kids. I think they’re our future. In order for them to become our future they have to be healthy. I’ve always wanted to save the world and by being a pediatrician I can save one child at a time. Also I want to be a model. I want to be a spokes person for young women. I want to share with them my struggles, my fights and my determination to become that model I will be someday.
One of the things I want to do is let people know specific events in my life that have made me stronger and who I am today. To be able to tell them that nothing can hold them back but themselves. That’s just what I intend to do. Just because one is poor, fat or disabled doesn’t mean that she/he can’t make it. I’ve been poor, I’ve been disabled, I’ve been through it all basically, so there is no way I’m giving up. If one doesn’t believe in himself no one will.
I will do everything I my power to reach my American Dream. I wont let anyone drag me down. I can’t let anyone intimidate me. I will take constructive criticism. I won’t cave under pressure. Most of all I will work my hardest, and try my best not to slake off and do my best at all times.
One must always keep focused and continue on following his/her dreams for the right reasons not just for the money and fame. I will make sure I stay on the right path, make sure I give it my all to make my mother proud of who I have become through the process of...