Some people prefer to spend their lives doing the same things and avoiding change. Others, however, think that change is always a good thing.Discuss both opinions
"If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." Maya Angelou quotes
This could be an answer to both changes in the essay.
If you can change something, that means that you are change the society into more agreeable to others and most of the times, that change is a good thing (morally). But if you can't change it, you must change your attitude because the majority of the people do not agree with you. But that could be ambiguous if using 1984. Winston Smith believed that morally speaking, the society and the totalitarian government is too oppressive. And he wanted change. But he ultimately fails, as majority do not agree with him and continues to follow the Big Brother regime. Winston in the end, sees the poster of Big Brother and laud him, like any ordinary citizens do. That concludes that he changed his attitude, since he couldn't change the society.
The expression "never fear / change" can be interpreted many ways. How might it apply to your life?
The expression "never fear / change" can be interpreted many ways. How might it apply to your life? (250-400 words)
please give me some idea on this!
I am thinking to write about swimming as I didn't know it at first and it feared me. Later I did it and that was the change.
I don't have much to write so please help me. Deadline is approaching.
Thanks in advance
Well, if you do end up choosing swimming, just make sure you can provide examples of your experiences, and more importantly, make sure to analyze them! Write about the experience using words and memories that really capture the reader and put them in the moment, like a drowning experience or something idk, and be able to characterize yourself as changed after, and specifically how you changed (the analysis part).