Personal Reflection Paper
Grow up as a child I didn’t have this labyrinth and exciting childhood, like others did. We didn’t crawl our way up from sewers also. I grow up with a normal family who loved there kids, family of five, with two brothers. I love where my is at and heading to. My whole family as known as a hard work, from my Grandma and Grandpa as field workers to my generation as engineers and doctors. Each generation of my family worked hard to push the next generation to be better and thrive to improve their way of life to never settle for less. My family has a little sang “ To always be better than the next person.” I was born in Bakersfield, CA with a loving mom and dad, Aurora, and J.R Gonzales. I have two brother Ryan who is 20 and my fraternal twin Kyle is 23. Growing up was a little hard for me. I always got in trouble. I don’t know why I would do dumb things, considering my dad was a military man. When I got in trouble he would always enforcing his law, if you get my drift. I guess you can say growing up I was the screw up. My parents never gave up on me; they always pushing me to be the best, to be better than them. To go to college and have faith in God. Steve Jobs makes a point saying, “You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.” (1) I my put my trust in God trusting in him hoping everything will just fall in place. Theres two main like things that always crosses my mind. One is to how to improve myself in everything mostly education. Last is death, how would you remember after your dead.
Unlike Steve Jobs, I’m not that lucky as since how his life kind of fell into place. Steve Job said, “it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward when I was in college” (2). It was a different for me, I wanted to got to college to better myself. When I started college everything kind of make sense. Looking back, I always...
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