One time I had to help my friend Louie. We had been at my house and he forgot to turn his lights off in his old pickup. He went to start it and it would not turn over, he realized that he left his lights on. I brought my pickup over to try and jump start his pickup. I wasted a quarter tank of gas revving up my truck to try to provide more power.
At this point we gave up, we then realized that we could roll start his pickup. I pulled his truck with my truck up the bump to my sloped driveway. He got rolling, popped the clutch, and off he went.
Being able to help someone is a great advantage in life. I love helping people and to be able to help my friend in his moment of need is a great pleasure in my life. When he got that truck going it was a great feeling of relief that we had done it.
People will always need help with something that is why there is more than one person in the world. This experience makes me realize that everyone has their moment of need and if you help them they will help you in your moment of need.
Getting over obstacles as this one just shows us another lesson, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right”. –Henry Ford This quote explains my experience because we were going to give up and that was what was right we believed we could not but we kept trying and found out that we could. The subjects from the assigned literature represent the distance of personal traits from the brave to the nefarious, and those with less dramatic characteristics.
Man in the Water is a story about a plane that crashes into the Potomac river and the last survivors are floating in the water waiting for rescue.
The water is freezing and the helicopter comes and sends down a lifeline and a single man kept passi. . to the nefarious, and those with less dramatic characteristics. Being able to help someone is what I love to do, helping people makes me happy and feel good about myself. When i was helping my friend he really needed someone to help him because you should not have to do everything on your own, every once and a while you can use a hand. Small things help out a lot even if you do not think it is going to help it will if you notice or not.
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