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‘I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position one has reached in life as by the obstacles he has overcome while trying to succeed.’ — Booker T. Washington According to Booker T. Washington, success is a relative measure, not an absolute. Becoming a bank president, or even President…

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I agree with Washington’s statement. Success can come easily, but it is a shallow victory, for when hard work and struggle are a necessary part of success, the success itself has more meaning. As a child, I lived a charmed life. My parents, though not millionaires, were certainly very comfortable, and I, as a result,…

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People are not born on an even playing field. A few are given assets and advantages over others; some are burdened with an unequal share of hardships. When Booker T. Washington argued that success is measured by the struggle, not the accolades, he specifically had in mind the inequal social conditions facing the United States…

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Well, to be honest. If you don’t succeed, you need to feed, and take heed of the heebeejeeb. OMGWTFPWNT this exam! Show the score given by the expert grader This essay scored 0. Did you write this essay? Share it with others with this offical Blogger SAT Challenge badge. Feel free to post it anywhere…

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As a person goes through life, he inevitably will face challenges. For some people, these challenges come quickly in their life, while others may not have many challenges while they are young, making it easy for them to achieve a good position in life. Booker T. Washington’s statement ‘I have learned that success is to…

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‘I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in live as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.’ –Booker T. Washington. Oh my goodness. Reading this sentence brought forth so many neurons firing in my brain that I knew this…

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Success depends on the overcoming of obstacles, not upon the position a person reaches in life. Is a person born to wealth and power ‘successful’? I would categorize him as merely lucky enough to be born into the right family. Such a person receives his position through no merits of his own, no good character…

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Competition is the life blood of every democratic society. The struggle to succeed in every walk of life is both encouraged and often rewarded. Accomplishment, earned or not is a visible measure of success, considered the end justifying the means for many individuals. This is shown not only in human societies, for example in democratic…

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It is comforting to imagine that the meek will inherit the earth. That the good life will be rewarded in heaven. That effort and struggle will be valued over result. But what life ought to be should not blind us to its reality. Let’s take Poincare’s conjecture. For 100 years, mathematicians have struggle in obscurity…

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This position is one of the widely held cliche that permeate the modern world, cliches that receive wide lip service but are in fact, bunk. Most importantly this view ignores the fact most people struggle without any success at all. According to this axiom these people should be the pinnacle of humanity all. Yet this…