Faith Gonzalez English 1301 12-3-19 Lifetime Rules As children we grow up laughing, we don’t know right from wrong, all we want is love and attention. But there comes a time where our brain starts developing, we start to recognize when we get in trouble or when we just do something we know we aren’t supposed to be doing. The worst thing to see as a child is seeing your parents fight in front of you or a loved one dying. What I'm trying to say here is that we all go through stuff and we can be mad or even hate someone for what they did or we can learn new life rules, that we can set for ourselves. I have developed and continue to learn rules that I live by. Some rules that I live by are being grateful, not begging anyone to stay in my life, and just being able to spread kindness. I am thankful for all the experiences I have gone through because it has taught me to be grateful for what I have. We all experience bad moments wither with family, friends, or ourselves. When I was six years old, my family and I were struggling, we got evicted from our apartment because my dad lost his job, so we couldn’t pay the rent. We started moving from motels, yes motels not hotels
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