This is another one of my admission essays:-) I personally, do not have confidence in this one but I need you guys opinion...Thanks:-)
Topic: Think of how your family's cultures and/or morals have helped shape you for the future.
Leaving for college is one of the most important stepping-stones in a child's life. Some kids anticipate this moment of independence, while others wish they could escape it. The morals and customs that have been instilled in us as children serves as a source to help us overcome these transitions with ease.
My family is firm believers that education is the only answer to success. My mom often states, "Anything worth having is worth working for." They have worked diligently in preparing me to labor for that, that I want, so when it's obtained it'll be of greater value. This has also taught me to enjoy the fruits of my labor. Realistically, we do tend to cherish the things that we've worked for as opposed to the things that we may've freely received.
Just as any other family, we have come face to face with our share of troubles. Some situations seem to be almost impossible to endure; and as a result, we will easily give in. Over the years, I've discovered that the easiest route to failure is defeat. In such events, our number one source is God. When battling what appears to be unbearable, we pray and trust that things can only get better.
With the traditions and values that have been inculcated in me over the years, I look forward to this dramatic change. I am confident that I hold the golden key to survival, and therefore I will become successful in all that I do.