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Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote an essay about Self-Reliance He talked about how a person can do anything by himherself He disliked many things in life such as traveling that is a weird fact about him and many other things I chose to talk about traveling because it is important and related to me Moreover I live in the United States for temporary years for my one and only big goal in life A goal that will definitely build my future My goal is to finish studying abroad my my bachelor degree It has been such an amazing experience and hard as wellThe important thing that most people travel for is education They want to pursue their degrees in a remarkable schools in turn to achieve a really good job after they go back to their homeland A perfect example is my family and I we live in the United States for temporary years Under King Abdullahs Saudi King scholarship It has been a fantastic experience living in such a huge and diverse country like the United States In addition after graduating and heading back to my country it would actually be easy to find a great job that will help me in the rest of my life The reason why I will easily have a job is because I graduated from a remarkable American university On the other hand sadly that not all people get the chance to study abroad So this is a huge a chance for me and I have to do it right I also hope for people who struggle to study abroad to find a way to be able to study out of their countries someday Going back at what Emerson said about traveling in Self-Reliance is completely wrong He is absolutely free to speak his mind but we know that many people are going to disagree with him in that specific point Especially people who have achieved a lot
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