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If you could have three wishes, what would they be and why? (No wishing for more wishes!) Min. word count: 250 First off, I would probably wish to go back in time. Not far back in time, just far enough to where I was young again, elementary years. I guess I didn’t know what I had at the time, because now that I look back on my past and all the good times I had. It seems a lot better than now. I was a lot more care free and life was less complex. Money would be my next choice, not a set number of money but a steady amount of money coming in weekly, about half a million dollars coming into not only my account but my family members accounts as well. Yes, I would keep most of it and use it on whatever item my heart desire, but also I think I would donate it in other people those who are not doing as well as we are, that’s not all, I would watch them and make sure that they are using the money to turn their life around for the
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Unformatted text preview: better. And when it all over with, they are able to stand on their own feet. Last, I would choose to live in a better world. Kind of like world peace, but not exactly because I think world peace would never happen even I wished it. Everyone gets mad and the world would probably be worst off without a little violence. So instead I would wish for less violence, not none, just less. You know how everyone feels around Christmas and the holidays? Everyone is a lot more joyful and happy they cherish what they have a lot more around this time of the year. It seems like people are watching out for other more. and doing things out of love and not just for self. And I think that mood year round would be great and the world would be better off. Jason Rawls...
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  • Spring '10
  • amy
  • English, Wish, min. word count, million dollars, Jason Rawls, family members accounts

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