If Dreams Could Pay the Bills

Scholarship Entrant: Sherry from Phillipsburg, NJ
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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Most people don’t think their dreams and a decent, reliable job can be one in the same. Usually dreams and life’s duties are separate. I think a world where people can do what they love and pay the bills doing so would be a much happier place. Everyone is gifted in their own way. We all have different strengths and weaknesses; some people are born leaders but they would be nothing without their dedicated followers. We all play a role for the better good of society and the world. If i could earn a living by making music and singing I would use the money to help children who have been and still are suffering from abuse, whether it be domestic or any other kind of abuse. I would set up a program for college students who just don’t have the means to pay for college and give them a free ride to a better education. Helping people is what i love the most. Maybe i don’t get anything in return but i would be rich with the satisfaction that i made an impact in someone’s life. That would be the biggest reward I could ever imagine to receive. My goal would be to gather people who have the same love as I do and work together to start something new and great. I would further my knowledge and do whatever it is i would have to do to achieve that goal.

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