“Obedience is central to becoming, being, and remaining happy.”
-David A. Bednar
What David is saying is that in order to be happy and remain happy you need to be obedient. Happiness depends on obedience, if you don’t do what needs to be done you wont be happy. For example if you don’t do what your boss tells you to do than you will be fired and if you’re fired you wont be happy. Your happiness really depends on you. If you do what needs to be done than you will live a happy life.
I am doing good on my 100+ life planning goals. I have achieved many of the goals I have written down and I will continue achieving them. The only thing I need to do better is really be committed. I admit that sometimes I become very focused and do what needs to be achieved but there’s other times where I become lazy and put them a side and forget about them for awhile. From today on I will be committed to reading my goals everyday and make sure I achieve them.
1. What did you like best about this class?
The thing that I liked the best about this class is how everyday we would have a new student success statement. I liked how we got the chance to express what we thought the statement meant before Mr. Haymore talked about it. All of the statements we had to copy into your E-Port were to help us become a better person.
2. What did you dislike about this class?
I cant say I disliked anything about the class I liked everything about it. It wasn’t just a class that we had to take it was an interesting class. Not only did we learn academic stuff like how to use different software but we also learned concepts that will help us in the future. So all I could say is that I liked everything about this class.
3. What can you recommend to improve the class?
I don’t think that the class needs any improvement I think the class is perfect the way it is. If i did have to change something about it it would be to start off the class with the student success statement to have to kids learn it right away.
4. What will you always remember about this class?
The thing that I will always remember about this class is Mr. Haymore reminding me to always choose the right.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT
Student Success Statement
“Obedience … is the primary object of all sound education.”
– Elizabeth Missing Sewell
What Elizabeth is saying is that in order for you to learn you have to listen and be obedient. The only way you will ever learn is by listening to what other people tell you to do. For example if you just got a new job and you are not familiar with your job than in order to be successful you need to listen to what your boss tells you to do. If you listen to what your boss tells you to do than you are guaranteed that you will keep the job.
Western Medicine Doctor
Duties and Responsibilities:
Western medicine is the term used to describe the treatment of medical conditions with medications. It differs from Eastern, or alternative, medicine, in its approach to treatment, which relies heavily upon industrially produced medications and a strict adherence to the formal scientific process. Western medicine encompasses all types of conventional medical treatment, including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and physical therapy. The practitioners of Western medicine are doctors, nurses, physical, occupational, and respiratory therapists. Anyone who visits a doctor or a hospital receives western medicine.
median annual salary of $72,710
To become a western medicine doctor, students must complete courses in biology, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physics, and English. You must also complete at least 90 hours of college course work at an institution accredited by a regional institutional accreditor in the US. Last but not least you are required to take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
I don’t think I would be interested in this career because I am not really interested in the medical field.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT!!!
Student Success Statement
“Obedience sums up our entire duty”
I agree with this statement because our whole world revolves around obedience. For example if you don’t listen to what your boss tells you to do than you will get fired than you wont have a job. Its the same thing with school, if you don’t listen to your teacher than you’ll get in trouble and if you don’t do your work you will most likely not graduate. The entire worlds revolves around obedience. If you do what your told than you’ll have an amazing life full of joy.
Eastern Medicine Doctor
Duties and Responsibilities:
Eastern medicine doctor, or traditional Chinese medicine, is an ancient medical system that takes a deep understanding of the laws and patterns of nature and applies them to the human body. Chinese medicine is a broad range of medicine practices sharing common theoretical concepts which have been developed in China and are based on a tradition of more than 2,000 years, including various forms of herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage, exercise, and dietary therapy.
The Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine is a 10-semester program that deeply explores areas of Traditional Chinese Medicine such as psychology, oncology, gerontology, acupuncture detox, research and the classic texts that first recorded the principles of this powerful and ancient system of medicine. After schools must complete clinical training program that may be offered on campus. Students but pass Oriental Medicine examinations and need to be licensed in the majority of US states. PRC graduates aiming for licensure in the United States must have their credentials evaluated by ACCRAO.
I don’t think I would be interested in becoming an Eastern Medicine Doctor because this career does not interest me. The only career that interests me is becoming a first grade teacher and that’s exactly what I’m going to become.