causes George to abandon his dream and accept how things work in the world and that there’s not much he can do to change them 6. My relationship with my best friend is slightly different than George and Lennie’s. There’s more of a mutual respect and we are more similar and intellect. My companions are extremely vital to my emotional well being. They remind me of my importance and worth and motivate me to keep pushing when I don’t want to. They add purpose and give me a reason to do what I do because I know they want me to be happy just as much as I want to be happy myself. I hope I motivate the companions in my life just as much as they motivate me and help give them a reason to keep pushing. Having someone to go through life with and experience life together and make memories together is so
important to me and is invaluable. Doing things like going to watch each other play sports or spending time and growing together are memories and life experiences that I will cherish forever and never forget about. Being able to grow together and mutually benefit each other in our endeavors is what makes companionship priceless and one of the most vital aspects of genuine happiness. 7. My dream for the future is to go to college, pursue a career in dentistry, and possibly raise a family of my own. A career in dentistry is not an easy thing to obtain, so I plan on attending school after high school for as many years as it takes and practicing the profession for as long as it takes until I can maybe one day start a practice of my own. My dream relates to the theme that dreams make the difficult days more bearable because my many years in school will be grueling and difficult, but because of my dream to one day have a career in dentistry I will persist and push through the tough times. Without the hope of one day achieving my goals, I wouldn’t be able to push through the years of education and practice. Therefore, having dreams and ambition is essential to one day achieving your goals.
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- Lori Hirsch