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Published: Aug 14, 2018
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Life passes down great experiences to all of us. Sometimes these experiences go much more than just a memory, they go into teachings. By living through these experiences, we gain a great amount of wisdom. Fortunately I was blessed with the experience to see my favorite artist “Justice” with my brother and his friends. So I am writing a reflective essay about life experience that have opened my eyes and my mind to the realities of life.
The day finally came. My brother picks me up at 2PM, we then drove all the way up to Highlands Ranch to pick up my brother’s friends and then back to his house in Denver. As we make it into the parking lot of Red Rocks Amphitheater, I get the feeling in my gut that this is going to be the greatest night of my life. We enter the stadium, to witness clouds of smoke hovering over the sunset. “Is this all a huge dream? Or is this just the greatest thing I’ve ever seen in life? “The opening headliner walks out onto the stage; he shouts to the crowd, “Are you ready to rage?” This phrase sends shivers down to my knees. The bass from his set vibrated off the angelically glowing Red Rocks, as my body melts into the dance pit. Each single wave of bass knocks me back; it feels like a constant uphill battle with the music. Soon enough, the fastest hour and thirty minutes of my life eviscerates into the night sky.
The monolithic cross is then carried out of the shadows, and displayed as a luminescent sign from heaven. Justice blasts open from the backstage, as they open with one of their signature songs. The dance party is now at full swing; the atmosphere is clouded with laughter and smiles. Never a moment in my life, have I ever thought something could be so surreal. Even after we trip onto each other, we just go with it and embrace each other’s presence. The concert finally ends, but there’s one thing we all feel like we are missing. In the midst of dancing our souls clean, it appears that we lost our dear friend Soup.
We call his phone multiple times, but no answer. The group of friends that rode with him start worrying about how they are going to get home, but then my brother show’s his kindness, by paying off their cab back to Denver. The rest of us decide to search and rescue Soup. It’s half past midnight and we’ve been driving around back roads for an hour, and no luck. Then we see someone at the top of Red Rocks limping down the sides of the roads, we all are jumping up and down with excitement. We found Soup. None of us spoke a word to him about how he got lost; we were just glad to see our friend alive, and only with a broken ankle. Till this day we still don’t know how Soup got so lost, but we do have the memory of one of the greatest nights of our lives.
It’s funny how one night can shape your personality for the rest of your life. It’s also a reminder for us to share the kindness, that others have shared with us. Together we all are humans, no matter the color of our skins, our opinions, or even our hairstyles. We all have a heart and a brain, and those are the only two things that matter in life. Just don’t let others taint your hearts with negativity, thus, forever and always be positive.
‘Winning is important to me, but what brings me real joy is the experience of being fully engaged in whatever I’m doing.’ says Phil Jackson, a former American professional basketball player. I worked for the first time in a restaurant in the summer vacation as a waitress and it was the scariest thing that happened to me as a young adult, but it burned in one’s memory. There are a couple of reasons for this, how the experience was, how it progressed, and how impacted my life.
The first day of work at your new job may be among the most memorable and perhaps the most stressful day of your career. I was the youngest worker at this restaurant at that time, I felt like a stranger between everyone as they knew each other for a while. Everything was new to me as I had to memorize the menu and remember the little things that the customers wanted. The manager seemed to be always upset and always screamed her orders to us, but fortunately, the clean environment and the sweet clients are what kept me sane.
With quite some time passing, I was the employee of the month three times in a row. I admired my job and my co-workers became my best friends. Thankfully, the manager got fired because of her attitude and the boss hired me to be the new manager and I couldn’t be happier. I wanted to make the experience better for everyone. Besides, several customers would come in daily just to see my smile because it made them content and this job made me realize that people need to think that a job is not always about money but also about being passionate.
Over the time of my employment, I learned how to edit my words and how to be patient. Although some clients weren’t the nicest, I had to either put up or shut up, so I tried a new approach and put up my best effort and looked at the bigger picture. I learned the true meaning of teamwork and most importantly, I learned that putting a smile on someone’s face could be the only good thing that happens on their day.
Overall, never have I thought that feeling left out and scared by the looks of people to being loved and admire working at a restaurant would be a life-changing experience.
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