(1=hard, 3=easy, 5=medium)
For each of the ten skills, answer the following question: What would be a good activity to tackle after having mastered all that you have learned? If you cannot think of anything worthwhile to do after you have mastered each of the ten skills, stop thinking of them and draw something that will occupy your time as long as possible. Draw something from your mind’s first or second place — not the other way around.
2.5 Write a letter to your parents on your birthday or Christmas Eve
Write and send a letter to your parents telling them that you are a good person and that you want to have a great time with them. Write in as much detail as you think necessary. Put down anything that relates to your own life — a new favorite book or an event from your college days. Do not write a message of apology or sympathy. Send a message of gratitude. Give a positive report on yourself and your life.
Tell your parents that you love them and wish they would be happy, a good parent, and that you will stay in touch until the end of time.
2.6 Write a new story
Write a new and unique story of a person that you have admired or admired from history. Create something from nothing. Don’t worry about the format of the story. It can be as simple or complex as you like — you just need to make the end of the story engaging and exciting. For example, write one chapter detailing how your favorite person died or one chapter describing a historical event of your parents’ lives.
Write out your new written story with your favorite word or one that fits well. (You should always tell your readers what you want them to think — not what you think will make you happy!) This will be a way to tell your story in a way that is easy for them to understand and relate to as well as easy to imagine. Some of the good story ideas would be:
– A man who had lost his father died in a shipwreck, but managed to stay alive as a sea captain, became a man called Captain William “Black Jack” Robinson; a man who had lost his parents after being tortured by a serial killer ended up as a thief and ended up becoming known as Jack.
– A story where a person dies young and manages to get up and walk away, manages to keep a job and keep a family together.
– A story where a person with
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