Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Personal Statment. It needs to be at least 500 words.
Barely had I recovered from this depression when I received the hardest ever blow, which hit me like a bullet – the death of the person dearest to me, who meant the world to me – my mother.
My mothers death only increased the admiration and respect that I had for her. She was an icon of love and understanding. She talked about colleges before I had even heard of high school. Her belief in me and her determination that I would go to a prestigious college and earn a degree aroused me with a jerk and made me want to work even harder. However, after her death my heart, along with my will power to succeed, died along with her. I must admit it was the hardest obstacle I went through.
At the same time, I am also proud that I was able to overcome it. it took a couple of years, but I guess I am on my way there. I was again able to join activities that I loved, such as being in several sports teams like basketball and volleyball especially. I was even the captain of both these teams. Joining Model United Nations (MUN) helped me to shift my focus from anger on death into solving and trying to avoid famine and war. in trying so hard to keep children away from undergoing the same experience I did. As the Student Council Treasurer I have been involved in many charitable activities like the blanket drive during the Pakistan earthquake. Working as the assistant director for an Arabic play helped renew my self-confidence. These activities turned out to be not only stress relieving but also made me grow as a person, it made me see life from a different perspective.
I have been fortunate to be blessed with little successes along the way – enough to motivate me and keep me going This, apart from filling me with a sense of pride also made me feel responsible. More importantly, it filled me with renewed enthusiasm. I started believing even more firmly that success would follow if I were dedicated towards following my dream. I became a mother, taking