Aspirations in life paper

Aspirations in life paper - Sam I want a family because I...

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Sam - I want a family because I grew up in a very strong family throughout my life I have appreciated it and want the same thing for my kids. Wyatt – 10 years? Finishing up masters back east, as a poor college student, married. Kids? 2-3 (while I’m working) Why? Because I love education and I want to be a father Why? well the ability to impact someone’s life in a very great way. Even our really close friends we don’t impact that much, but a role as a father or teacher gives an impact that can’t be replicated in society. Determine success: whether I gave everything that I could then I will be satisfied. I won’t be satisfied until I know that I have given my all. The goal for BYU culture is marriage and family. It’s pretty much everyone’s goal here to be married. If I’m graduated and not married I won’t consider my education a failure… there’s more to life than marriage and family. Same thing your parents wanted when they were your age? No, my dad was anti-social and
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2012 for the course ANTHRO 101 taught by Professor Crandall during the Spring '09 term at BYU.

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