I agree with #1: Life Isn’t Fair. To be honest, it really isn’t. In group projects, my friends expect me to do most of the work. I always do because I don’t want a bad grade because of them. In Mandarin, three of my friends and I made a video for our final. One of them actually tried to help do the work. She did the second most amount of work. Another one of them tried but she wasn’t very good at it like we were. The fourth person in the group did about 1/7 of the work the rest of us did and still got the same grade. I have to agree with #1 because it is so true. Life really isn’t fair no matter what is going on.
When I grow up to be a baker, I will use this information because baking won't be fair. When I first start out, I may be stuck cleaning the pans and that doesn't have anything to do with baking. But I just started and someone who's been there for years may be actually baking. I will use this information to stop complaining about life. Life is never going to be fair so why complain? I am going to live my life being calm and never complaining. I won’t complain about the work I get when I go into the job world. This article applies to our chapter and the workplace because it is a list of things you should know when you get into the real world. I’m glad I saw the list before I graduated and started my first job.
n 1: a philosopher who believes that universals are real and
exist independently of anyone thinking of them
2: a painter who represents the world realistically and not in
an idealized or romantic style
adj : freed from enchantment [ant: enchanted]