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Write and Essay That Explores Your Family’S Legacy By Giving an Account of Several Memories That Have Been Crucial To Your Families Sense of Identity and Values.

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Write and essay that explores your family's legacy by giving an account of several memories that have been crucial to your families sense of identity and values. If possible, interview different family members, including extended family such as grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins. Family legacy and memory is one of the most important aspects of one's happiness and identification. Each family has its own unique bond. Love, hate, happiness, and other emotions can be expressed quite differently from family to family. "Family is one of nature's masterpieces." (Anonymous). There can be unique events within a family setting that create the identity of family itself. These memories of the "old times" can really bring together or apart the structure of a family. ...read more.


Once things were in place and my father and mother had adequate supporting jobs, all the pieces of the complicated puzzle came together. This is a memory that has molded my family and also has placed us where we are today. It has taught us that we can overcome adversity. This is something that I believe every family should have because it brings a sense of unity, and a greater amount of love when problems are solved together. In addition to moving to Stamford, another memory that can be recalled is our trip up to Canada. I believe that visiting Canada was one of the best times of my life. I have only been there twice, and the memories I have of Canada are those of happiness and self completion. ...read more.


Everyone was still the same just as they were years ago. They were still the fun loving Simon's I remember when I was young. Memories such as these give insight into the human self and situation. Situation is said because it can only be imagined as to what situation I would be in if a different town was chosen, or how I would feel if I didn't see the true essence of my family. It is memories like these that can create self image and pride of family. When calling my uncles aunts and other relatives, I am always told of how much I am missed, and loved, and how reminded of past memories. As said before "Family is one of nature's masterpieces." (Anonymous). For these reasons Family legacy and the memories with me are one of the most important aspects of self identification and self happiness ...read more.

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