Over the last holiday season, I watched the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Although I have watched it numerous times, I always get emotional at the end. It is a well-produced movie with one of the best plots I have ever seen. I encourage anyone to watch it, especially with family.
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I used to think that war was attractive. In my childhood, I would read about World War II with excitement and wonder. I believed that it was admirable that the nation was able to band together in its greatest time of need in order to defeat a great foe and help liberty and justice prevail.
Growing up, everyone has a dream. Whether it is to do something as unrealistic as “become a dinosaur” or something as grand as solving world hunger, everyone wants to do something when they are naive and young.
Every child is faced with internal naivety when growing up. When our parents ask us about the nature of our dreams and passions, we come up with a list of near-impossible tasks we wish to achieve.
I’m ending tenth grade now. Although it supposed to be another mere step towards college, it feels more like a splash of reality. It allows me to look back and contemplate the flaws and discrepancies of the past. It makes me smile to reminisce upon the joyful times and cringe at the drastically embarrassing ones.