After a year of teaching, she earned a public policy fellowship from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute CHCIwhich is dedicated to helping obtain government jobs for young Latinos. She worked as a lobbyist on issues ranging from higher education and early childhood education to technical education and immigration. Gomez worked for three years as the senior education policy adviser to Rep. She also spent five years at the American Federation of Teachers, where she lobbied Congress on education policy.
Life is about creating yourself. I only try to dance better than myself. To handle others, use your heart. The relationship shall be of mutual respect and where I can differentiate between that which is satisfactory significant other and that which is perfect significant other, if improved.
Until I have a child of my own, I extend myself to my nephew and Godson who are both back in St. Louis any way that I can but wish that I were physically closer to celebrate their birthdays and every holiday with them.
I love my parents. I always welcome their unconditional love and advice. I shall continue to work toward transitioning our parent-child relationships into adult-adult relationships. I could afford to strengthen my relationships with my two step-sisters on my father's side and adopted brother my late mother adopted him when we were adults.
Presently, my knowledge of the events in each of their respective lives remains at a high-level. My friends are an extension of my family. I love to converse and explore new ideas with friends, will always offer to bring them chicken soup if they are sick, and work harder to not be heavy-handed with advice.
I will use the power of communication, industriousness, and efficiency to get my work done and rise to any challenge, hopefully whilst ensuring that my goals and values are aligned with the mission, vision, and values of my employer.
I would like to resume my volunteering efforts upon graduation from Carlson. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people. By keeping an open mind and appreciating thoughtful academic research, well scripted television banter, provocative articles, friendly social networking sites, books of interest, and smart and funny conversations during hours of happiness, I hope to have a more tolerant, imaginative, and positive approach to my personal, social, and professional lives.
There is something that you can do better than any other. Listen to the inward voice and bravely obey that. Now it is just a matter of inducing this competency and sustaining it.
I derive my worth from the quality of my relationships, the material and spiritual things in my life, and knowing that I have faith — all of which are measurable with a smile. I try my hardest not to compare myself to others since we are different persons with different experiences; but that is not always the case, therefore, I seek to turn insecurities in opportunities or discard them as irrelevant.
Also, by being versatile in my communications with others and sympathetic to my surroundings, I can learn to be less demanding of myself and others — decreasing the disappointment when my demands aren't met and reducing the potential for pessimism.
Ok, before someone calls the guys in the white coats, let me explain. God has given this mission to all Christians; Jesus said in Matthew While all Christians have been given this mission, we are each given different gifts to use in order to accomplish our mission, as Paul says in Romans We have different gifts, according to the grace given us.
God's goal is to have the entire world know Him. As Paul said in 1 st Timothy 2: I hope to accomplish this through my words and through my actions. To this purpose God has given me many resources; a good job that pays well, a good education, the chance to travel, family, friends and much more.
I also am aware that I need to put these resources to good use, as the Bible says in Matthew For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
As I go about my mission I want to be someone others see as a person who not only speaks the truth about God but who demonstrates it.
And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? I want my life to model the verse from Acts After all, as Matthew Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?
And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ, who, by the power that enables him to bring everything under his control, will transform our lowly bodies so that they will be like his glorious body.
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