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My Ultimate Dream. As a child I have always had many dreams and goals in my life.

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My Ultimate Dream As a child I have always had many dreams and goals in my life. I have now realised that I cannot always have what I want in life as it can then become too complex and complicated. I think this because everyone wants to aim for the best in all there dreams, but as we grow older we realise that not everything is that easy. I also think that we all have to be successful in order to fulfil those dreams in our lives. A few of them include starting a career in business and succeeding in creating my own company. To add to this I also love to experiment with my surroundings and find out new things so that it can help people in their every day lives for example creating new inventions and medical remedies. ...read more.

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As well as that personally I think that it could just be done simply for enjoyment and pleasure. Another reason for this is because I have been encouraged a lot by my family to try harder in my education and to be more motivated towards what I want to achieve, this helps me in a way because it makes me feel more confident, also it makes me want to achieve my dreams even more. Apart from this my other dreams in life are to be able to travel around the world and learn new languages also helping the less fortunate countries which don't have much money and be able to provide them with clean water, food, good education, hygiene etc. I want to do this to stop poverty around the world and help support the people who don't always get the essentials in life where as we get everything. ...read more.

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When I retire I would like to move abroad to a South Africa with my family, because it is peaceful and there is a lot of wildlife you can see which you wouldn't get in the UK also it is very sunny and hot there. Overall I have made the decision on how I want my future to be and I don't want it to change. But it may seem like a lot to promise for and it's going to be extremely hard in order to achieve those dreams, but I knew that it would be difficult to fulfil my dream but I believe that as long as you work hard there is always a possibility for your dream to come true. Also never give up and keep persevering through out your life and you will see a difference. I will not let my dream control me but I will make use of this dream to inspire me. ?? ?? ?? ?? Aliza Sheikh 8A ...read more.

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The title is "My Ultimate Dream" but this is a random wish-list of musings and cliches such as ".. .never give up and keep persevering..." that barely amount to the "decision" referred to in the last paragraph.

However it is, generally, a competently-written and well-structured essay

3 stars.

Marked by teacher Jeff Taylor 26/04/2013

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