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The book I would like to present is called “Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow” by Peter Hoeg. It was the intricate title that called my attention. I immediately thought about the Eskimos that have more than twenty different words for snow, but the question what exactly the book was going to be about still remained open. It was February, a fatiguing winter period and I was longing for someone with fresh approach to “icy” things that seemed totally unbearable by the end of the coldest season. I couldn’t but start the book that was like an enormous glacier, with arctic cold and frosty beauty coming from it. But let’s start from the beginning.
First of all I’d like to introduce the author Peter
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Love is a word with many definitions. Although, Webster defines love as a strong feeling of attraction resulting from sexual desire; enthusiasm or fondness. But to me love is not just a feeling, but it is the way that you treat the ones you care for. You should treat the ones you love so considerately through your actions they'll know you care and love them. Love in my eyes, is making that sacrifice for someone, knowing that you might regret it sooner or later. Love is how you make another person feel when you are in their presence. Many people show or express their love for someone in many and different ways. To me love is in the actions not the words. The true meaning of love like what is
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The difference between feeling petrified out of your wits and feeling irresistible describes what self-confidence is. According to William (37), one way of being happy and living a better life is increasing our self-confidence.
Since developing self-confidence is not an instantaneous event, there are several steps one needs to take before he/she is able to fully develop their self confidence. This paper therefore looks at these steps and their relevance in the process of developing self-confidence. Ganesan, (9), states that the first thing one should do is to recognize his/her insecurities. Here, one should identify
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The best holiday ever
My best holiday was when I went to San Diego, California with my family. When my dad told me I was very exited, because it was going to be my first time in the United State of America. I took a month break of school and went to America with my family. I was going to see some members of my family, who I had never met before in my whole live. I was exited to see my family and on the other hand I was exited to see America.
We flew in the morning. I can not tell why, but I have always enjoyed getting up in the morning and getting ready to drive to the airport. I can not explain the feeling I get, but there is one thing I know, it is a wonderful feeling.
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especially to the honor students, in addition of Myers (2010) found that an average American 13-18 years old sent or received
1,742 test messages per month. Most often these young texters have been involved in
romantic relationships. Therefore the research of Campbell & Oliver(1994) found benefits in
having a romantic relationship such as “companionship, feeling of happiness or elation,
exclusivity, feeling loved or loving another, intimacy, self-growth and self-understanding,
and more positive self-esteem”(). These benefits found in a romantic relationship were
said to be the cause of motivation of the students in pursuing their studies Campbell & Oliver (1994) also pointed out some costs
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Prenatal and “Babyhood”
Prenatal Hazards and Symptoms:
#My mom feels uncomfortable.
#She suffered headaches and the hard feeling of vomiting.
#She never tried drinking alcoholic beverages or even taking drugs, so she didn’t suffer potential hazards.
#She didn’t experience having measles.
#She didn’t also experience having aids.
Hazards and symptoms when conceiving
#She is always craving for foods.
#She don’t like the smell of the perfumes.
#Feeling of vomiting and nausea.
#Always annoyed by the people around.
#Not comfortable as always.
#Feeling if discomfort and uneasy.
#A missed period: She never experience
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persQuality over quantity
It is important to live life to its fullest potential, enjoying every moment and making it all count because who knows if I will ever get a second chance. As J.K Rowling said “As is a tale, so is life: not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.” I personally believe in making a difference and creating an impact to this world. When you accomplish the objectives you have set in life, you feel more satisfied and pleased with yourself. It is not always about helping people around you and making them smile but also feeling worthy about yourself. Regardless of your age, being able to look back and see the impact you have created or the difference you have
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My type on this assignment was the ESFP, Extraverted- Sensing- Feeling -Perceiving. The analysis of my formula type is that I am a slightly expressed extravert, moderately expressed sensing personality, distinctively expressed feeling personality and slightly expressed perceiving personality. According the results I love people, excitement, telling stories and having fun. This is very accurate about my personality. I love to be around people and am always looking for something exciting and fun to do. In general I love to have fun. One of the things the article I read said about ESFPs is that they are
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INRW 0420 T/TH
April 14, 2015
Music is a part of my life. It affects me a lot. It is with me through the good and the bad.
Through music, I can express my feelings. It is a motivation and a method I enjoy my life.
One of the best way to express the feelings is through music. Music delivers messages.
For instance, I would rather sing a song that has lyrics or the beats fits my feeling than speak it
out. I am more comfortable that way. When I am sad, I will sing ballad songs such as “Back to
December”, “Teardrops on my Guitar” by Taylor Swift, “Complete” by Girls’ Generation, and
more to let somebody knows that I am not feeling good
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But have you experienced studying real hard then got a perfect or if not a very high score?It is the same as trying hard to practice an instrument or your own voice,the feeling that you achieved a lot so far,the feeling that makes your heart flutter especially if you hate music and then start to like it and the people who was born to have an interest in music from the start.
When you see or hear someone who had a higher level than you,you envy him or her but instead he or she should become an inspiration or target his or her level.If you become a great musician you have to aim another goal.Leaving a legacy.Without one all your efforts are'nt worth it.A student that is.To pass your knowledge and learnings in your trusted disciple.
Music is life.It shares the emotion of the listener.It makes you calm or comfortable.
Music?It's what it is...
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Week 3 learning Team BIMS study
Week 3 learning Team BIMS study
THE COMPANY IS GOOD AT COMMUNICATION
The company communication is low because with all of the way the employees can talk with anyone they want too when they have a problem. It gives them the feeling that whatever they have to say will not be taking seriously and so to me this would be the reason for them to have a low score on the communication. When you have employees who feel like just because they do not agree with something that their feelings are not be considered when it comes to making changes that would help boost the why employees are feeling about the way the
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"I feel like an insect"
to "I am an insect." Whatever the causes for Gregor feeling this way,
these causes have led to his isolation and alienation (the feeling of
being a stranger and an alien, even in those places where one should feel
at home). Gregor has undergone an ultimate alienation: he is alienated
from both his psychological and physical self.
Once Gregor's metamorphosis (change) has been accomplished, the story
moves inevitably to his death. In many ways, the protagonist (main
character) of "The Metamorphosis" and his dilemmas are much like those in
"The Death of Ivan Ilyich
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Celiac Disease Questions
1. What is Celiac Disease?
A disease that causes inflammation in the small intestine which can damage in the lining, which prevents important components of food from being absorbed.
2. What were your symptoms?
I had gas/bloating feeling, itchy skin rash, headaches, and mouth sores. The first symptom I had was gas and bloating which my parents and I though was from something I ate. Then the gas and bloating feeling became a daily experience. I saw a doctor and was misdiagnosed, they thought I was lactose intolerant so we took lactose out of my diet, I still had the symptoms along with a rash. A few months later I started getting frequent headaches and mouth sores
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September 18, 2012
Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket
Jack Finney starts off the story with Tom Benecke sitting at a desk in the living room of his eleventh floor apartment, typing a memo for work. His wife Clare is preparing to go to the movies alone. With difficulty, Tom opens a stubborn window, and a gust of wind blows his paper out of the window onto a ledge. We see how Finney casually introduces that his apartment is on the eleventh floor of the building, in the great city of New York. Before you even begin reading the story, you get an eerie feeling just from the title of the short story. Then when you begin to read the story, and he introduces
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Benefits of Being Fit and Firm
Everyone wants to have a long life, and being healthy is an ultimate aspiration. In order to maximize the enjoyment of a lifetime, staying healthy is one of the best options to accomplish that goal. Having a healthy and fit body benefit you in many ways including being able to reduce emotional feeling, reducing chances of getting some diseases, and staying in shape.
The first important reason of staying healthy is to help with mental health and emotions.
Eating good food and exercising enough will help give energy and be enthusiastic. When you feel good with your body, it will motivate the brain to create actions. You will want to do something fun and
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lead to dysthymia, and also leads to the same symptoms as depression; although, it is a more enduring type of depression. People with this disorder see things through a more gloomy light. The people that have this disorder most of the time do not seek help because their depressed and sad mood seems normal for them. Many people that are alcoholics experience dysthymia because they think drinking more will help them reduce their depressed feelings (“Dysthymic”).
Anxiety in humans is absolutely normal, and everyone experiences this feeling at times. For teenagers, things such as their first job interview, the talk from your coach before sports games, choosing the right college, and so on are a
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Film Critique # 4
University of Maryland University College
August 11, 2013
I do not whether I like this film or not. I say this because, the film had a dark yet dry feeling to me. I am not saying that the story was not good. Somehow the film’s sound and effects and plot did not really capture my attention. That being said, I thought that the film had many good qualities to make it a great film for this time.
The acting was pretty dry, by that I mean that movements and dialogue were slow at times. My guess is that the director intended to create a feeling of confusion or build a sense of feeling of that of someone with vertigo
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depression is a medical disease. Such as a disease like diabetes. Also it is believed that depression is just a large case of the blues. Lastly, some believe that depression only affects losers or women. One of the earliest treatments for depression was psychoanalysis.
There are signs and symptoms of depression. Feeling helpless and believing that nothing will ever get better. Losing interest in hobbies that you used to love, or even losing interest in having sex. Appetite changes, or weight changes. Sleeping too little or too much for your body. Feeling angry or violent because everything and everyone is getting on your nerves. Feeling like you are worthless. Drug use or gambling to help
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concept, is actually more than what people assume it is. Although this natural mood or feeling is desired by numerous people, it is very exclusive and therefore, for some, extremely difficult to obtain. Happiness is frequently sought after but not gained. Although not everybody accepts the utilitarian axiom that happiness is the most essential value, the desirability of happiness is almost undisputed. Happiness is necessary for a successful life. It is absolutely essential to our health and well-being. Statistics have proven that happiness is beneficial to the human race. Happiness is one of the most important aspects of a person’s life. Although people can get their happiness from many
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lot of things, my time, my money, and a space at the school that somebody else with more drive and enthusiasm could have taken. I do not like to waste things.
I do have a bit of a competitive streak. I don't have to be THE BEST, but I'm always trying to beat my own scores. If I get a 3.5 one semester, I try to one - up myself the next. The goal I'm always reaching for, of course, is that 4.0.
Studying is genuinely fun and rewarding for me. I like feeling like I know something, as well as the feeling that comes with remembering material I haven't seen in a while. I like helping people who are struggling in a class I've already completed feel the same way I did when it clicked.
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Nursing Expertise Self-Report Scale Reflection
January 13, 2014
Nursing Expertise Self-Report Scale Reflection
The Nursing Expertise Self-Report Scale has given me an assessment of how I see myself as an experienced nurse (Hansten & Jackson 2009).This has provided me an insight of my strengths and weaknesses.
My past experiences have helped me in making patient care decisions. Many years working in the orthopedic unit have given me knowledge in caring for my patients. I often get a feeling if my patient will be taking a turn for the worse. My experience has improved my assessment skills. Being aware and knowledgeable of the policies and
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The Swimmer by S.J. Butler
Fear is a feeling we all posses. You can be afraid of spiders, heights or maybe even something as common as water. Every human mind is different, and we all have our own fear and struggles. The short story “The Swimmer” (2011), written by S.J. Butler, is a story about a girl´s fear of life and her effort to overcome it. The theme of fear in the story is expressed by the main character´s development. Even the smallest decision, can change you for the rest of your life. The story takes place in the middle of the nature, by a big river with many trees around it. The weather is extremely warm and everything is very peaceful. The main character is like the nature
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with local Self help Groups
Promote the usage of our product
Exposure of the product will increase Feeling, knowledge will improve
SHG will help to gain their trust Promotion will change their perception
Improvement in product feel and trust among the people
Increasing the technical know how of the product Collaborating with SHG and improvement of existing infrastructure Availability of the product Once they start using the product, they will start feeling it Employment opportunity will help in feel good factor Increase in income Knowledge improvement
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unemotional and ruthless in his pursuit of a story. It does this by conveying to the reader Alagiah’s attitude towards getting his job done- completely determined. When he says ‘what might have appalled us when we started out trip a few days ago no longer impressed us much’, the reader gets the impression that Alagiah is a heartless, cruel man. However, as the extract goes on, the view of Alagiah’s character changes quite rapidly, as his emotions are more involved.
Alagiah also uses senses to describe what he was feeling and experiencing. A good example of this would be ‘it was a smell that drew me to her doorway’. This utilization of synaesthesia is effective as it creates a better relation
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learning to use Power Point would be valuable. I was not sure, when it came to the session, whether I really knew enough about running Power Point. (How do you know when you know enough about something? – dummy runs, I suppose, but I couldn’t get the laptop when I wanted it).
When it came to the presentation, I really wanted to do it well – as well as the student presentations were done the week before which were interesting, informative and clear and I thought the handouts from them were good (I noticed that the best gave enough but not too much information).
In the event, the session was a disaster and has left me feeling uncomfortable at college and I even worry about it at home. I
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Female Genital Mutilation
A women’s body is a masterpiece. It is a beautifully shaped and very fascinating. There so many things to study and look at it because it is very unique. As little girls grow up they do not understand much about there own anatomy. However girls learn what their body will develop into by looking at the mother. Young girls also learn about there bodies by feeling different sensations and asking questions. The perfect individual to ask about a woman’s body is a woman. A woman knows her own body better than anyone else does. Woman explore by looking at themselves, feeling themselves, and studying the female anatomy. As girls grow up they turn into
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King’s College of Marbel Inc.
Brgy. Morales, City of Koronadal
(Summary of Emotion)
Esther M. Sahagun
Jared S. Bigbig
What is life without emotion? Emotion gives life to a person. It is really hard determine the feeling of every individual without emotion. And having an emotion is an important part of being human. It can make one do and undo anything. It is difficult to know what the exact meaning of emotion is, because it cannot be seen but some psychologists define emotion in different ways, leaving some degree of agreement. The term emotion comes from Latin word emovere which means to stir
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consuming it” (HOLBROOK and HIRSCHMAN, 1982: 137). So the term “consuming” in the perspective of “experiencing” something is something far away from rationally thinking about something, information process is something that is far away from “feeling”.
Information process model when it comes to purchasing/buying a luxury car would be based on different aspects that effect the decision making process of the individual that desires to buy that car. The access of information was never made easy. Now with technology, individuals can access information where they can rationally think about what they are buying. “ information availability and the use of this information by consumers has so profoundly
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Twelve Mark Question
How does Orwell manage to make surveillance seem a negative thing?
Morrison makes the passage very negative by giving a one sided argument against the multitude of surveillance cameras. He shows his personal views giving the impression of negativity as this is the only source of feeling towards that particular person. ‘Made by a sinister Minister of Internal Repression.’ Using the shocking story of the suicide on BBC News tries to persuade the reader that surveillance is used as cruel bait for prime time television for the rest of the nation to gawp at this man’s final moments. The only argument (which is trying to give the reader little reason to decide if it is
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results of the answers by the interviewees about the decisions they make in some given particular conditions and situations”
On the result of the above questionnaire, a person is classified as one of the following:
· Extroverted or Introverted (E or I)
· Sensing or Intuitive (S or N)
· Thinking or Feeling (T or F)
· Judging or Perceiving (J or P)
Brief explanations of the above classifications are given below:
Introverts are usually shy, timid and quiet.
1. Extrovert and Introvert
1. Extroverts are usually action oriented people and generally focuses on taking actions more frequently while introverts are usually thought oriented people and prefer to take actions with less
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building’s window. The lines formed by the diner window seem to trap the people inside the ominous diner.
The dramatic uses of light colors against dark colors add variety to the painting and give the painting the feeling of depth. The darkness seen outside the window really gives a feeling of impending doom to the customers inside. Outside, there is no one seen walking the street. The yellows painted show the electric light from inside the diner. This achieved by the high value of the yellow. The low value of green is evident in the building in the background. The brilliant streak of green along the window sill is a great example of green at its saturation. The building is proportionately larger
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Color Psychology Paper
How does color affect one’s mood?
Review of Literature:
Colors may just seem simple and unimportant, but they affect our daily lives more than we may know. If someone is feeling angry, it could just be because they’re angry, or it could be perhaps that they are surrounded by or looking at the color red. That’s right! People’s moods can change just because they are looking at different colors! There are many theories on how just a simple color can change one’s whole mood.
According to Johnson (2007), color does affect mood by producing certain chemicals and stimulating different feelings such as hunger. For example, blue can make one feel calm
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but I will continue to build myself to be positive as much as I can.
In approximately 125 to 200 words, describe health and wellness in your own words using the ideas and concepts for each of the six dimensions of health.3
For someone to be completely healthy, you have to be healthy physically. Being healthy physically means you are physically fit and not have any kind of disease or sickness. To be completely healthy you also have to look how you feel emotionally. People usually express themselves the way that they feel emotionally, if there are feeling upset that is the way they are going to react to any situation or start of conversation. Knowing how to control how you
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. If they are not, the company may be counter-productive in letting employees work from home. The organization will save by not needing the building space but will lose money on productivity. The money saved should be used in the human resource department to find high motivated employees to stay on task and minimize the distractions.
Maslow’s second most important need is the need for safety. Not only must a human being be able to provide a room for him/herself or his/her family but it must also be in a neighborhood that makes the employee feel safe. Another part of feeling safe may come in through benefits, health benefits to be specific. Neither of these affects employees based on where
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picking up a strange young girl?
And now he thinks dirty thoughts about her?
It was just like all the other victims. Young and innocent.
Her mind is a mess.
Why didn’t she just run away from the car?
He looked though, but something in her told her that she should stay in the car.
She didn’t like that feeling.
In the corner of her eyes, she noticed his cobra tattoo.
The cobra seemed to look at her with a sneaky smile.
Maybe it was just in her fantasy, but she couldn’t stop looking at it.
He looked at her with his dark eyes.
Something in her turned.
She had a very bad gut feeling.
Why didn’t she just stay at home in her warm bed with Mr Snuffles and a warm cup of tea
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"It's a common belief that positive thinking leads to a happier, healthier life. As children we are told to smile, be cheerful, and put on a happy face. As adults we are told to look on the bright side, to make lemonade, and see glasses as half full. Sometimes reality can get in the way of our ability to act the happy part though. Your hope can fail, boyfriends can cheat, friends can disappoint. It's in these moments, when you just want to get real, drop the act, and be your true scared unhappy self."
"No matter how thick skinned we try to be, there's millions of electrifying nerve endings in there opened and exposed and feeling way too much. Try as we might to keep
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in order to maintain the aspect of their life even though inside, they feel very little, as if they were dead themselves. An example used is “a Quartz contentment, like a stone” (line 8) and this is implied to what they are experiencing has numbed them inside. This could also be used to symbolize death because many tombs are made of stone and tombs are used as a formal form of a grave.
The final stanza is related to how an individual will feel after they have passed the period of feeling numbness and pain. They will remember that period as a time of necessity and dread, in order to move forward in life. Dickinson called it the “Hour of Lead” (line 9), because the name showed us on how the
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haw the way things are done can be combined in an effort to satisfy both sides.
Now in the second scenario you have three different individuals handling a community effort. While all three try to include older members and younger members there always seems to be someone who leaves feeling that their issues or suggestions have fallen on deaf ears. Now Rick is the one who just doesn’t really care about either side he is a busy man and wants the meetings to go without many interruptions from anyone. This way of approaching the planning of this event leaves all that is involved to try and push their ideas through and walk away feeling as if nothing has been accomplished. While Molly teds to try
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One problem of Holden that must be fixed is his attitude and his attitude towards life. Holden’s attitude is pretty rude and for life it seems apathetic. He honestly doesn’t care about anything at all. His apathetic attitude could also be affected by the way he quickly judges others. He may think people are very superficial and he can’t connect with others for that reason; also imagining that feeling for anything in this world isn’t worth feeling for at all. Holden seems as if he wants to keep his childhood-ness, his innocence and doesn’t want to enter reality; as if he lives in his own little world, where it is only him and his views of others. It could be possible, especially
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Psychological Disorder Analysis
Axia College – PSY / 270
Instructor – Elizabeth Stepp
Psychological disorders can affect anyone at anytime. Some people are more likely than others to develop the more severe and debilitating of the disorders, while some may be affected by the less extreme of these problems. Today, I am going to discuss the case of a 42 year old Hispanic woman who came to the mental health clinic looking for an answer as to why she is experiencing certain feelings and exhibiting behaviors that she feels are uncharacteristic of her.
Marla has a mental disorder with symptoms of trouble sleeping, an inability to concentrate, and feeling “jumpy” all of the
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University of Phoenix Material
Define the following terms:
|Term |Definition |
|Stereotypes |unreliable generalizations about all members of a group that do not take individual differences into|
| |account |
|Prejudice |A unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason
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Explore Paul's relationship with Kat. What effect, if any, does this relationship have on Paul's view of his experiences throughout the novel?
Standing next your best friend unaware of if they will live or die is a quite terrible situation. Would you be able to stand next to your best friend and watch him or her die? Feeling like your whole world could come crashing down, enveloping you and your loved ones at any moment is the feeling many of the soldiers had in the novel All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque. The camaraderie felt between the soldiers was quite evident throughout this piece of work. One connection that was immense throughout the book was the
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The wind howls across the wide and open American great plains.
The greatest of these three short stories at evoking a feeling similar to that of being in the American south “A Rose for Emily”, “Dust Tracks on a Dirt Road”, and “The Life You Save May be Your Own” is “Dust tracks on a dirt road”, followed by “The life you save may be your own”, and finally “A rose for Emily”
In Dust Tracks on a dirt road, Hurstons use of imagery, telling us about her gingham dress and how most kids did not wear shoes evoked feelings similar to those that arose as a child when children would run around without shoes, get into a scuffle or two, and be home by dinner unless you wanted a bit of a whipping
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would make her happy and complete. She knew that the only way to do that would be to pursue her passion for photography even if it took all of her time, energy and money. She would be doing something that left her feeling satisfied and content. She loved clicking the little moments of peoples lives. It gave her this amazing feeling like none other. She knew that it would take her some time to settle but this was something that made her happy and gave her satisfaction.
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Moreover, I would suggest to create a health club inside the Summer Mall, inside the health club will include spa, massage, manicure and pedicure and gym. This is focus for the working people. They would be busy during their hard days of work, therefore, whenever they come to Summer Mall, they can relax and reduce their stress of work and more enjoy their shopping experience in Summer Mall without feeling tired from everyday work.
Summer Mall building is itself shown for a place of fun and excitement. The colors of the buildings are full of bright color to invoke feelings of enjoyment. I would also suggest every week would hold a weekly event of fun and enjoyment for people of any kind of age. This would be family oriented thus promote families to come to Summer Mall and enjoy the event thus create a happy environment in the Summer Mall.
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feeling over reason
* Distrust of civilization and progress
* Intuition, individualism, imagination, innocence, independence
* Nostalgia for the past
The Dark Romantics:
* Focused on the grotesque, the gloomy, the morbid, the fantastic
* Valued intuition and emotion over logic and reason
* Saw symbols, spiritual truths, signs in nature and everyday events
* Acknowledged the evil of man & the horror of evil.
Decline of Romanticism:
* Civil war in 1861 caused abrupt end to Romanticism.
* A.R. gave way to tempering of idealism and desire to portray society more realistically.
* Emphasis on thought and emotion seemed ineffectual in a world that was experiencing dramatic social change.
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not be such a good and productive ordeal.
There is a possibility of abusing what our mind is capable of imagining. For example, a person might wake up one day and find him/herself imagining immense rejection or pain coming from those around him/her and s/he might continue feeling this even though it is mostly just made-up by the mind. Often, these cases would lead to the said person developing anxiety or other types of mental conditions. Other results of imagination abuse would be replacing old memories with false one or hallucinating, both of which might be due to some psychological effect or imbalance in the body’s chemicals.
Therefore, with the daily utilization of the mind’s capability of imagining, limitations of its usage must also not be forgotten in order to avoid any undesirable outcomes.
Ms. Leony P. Bolocon
Technical Writing Teacher
Camille Faye E. Muli
August 18, 2014
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come to a decision, following the rules of the law and not their own personal feeling, so that all offenders will have a fair trial and recieve what they deserve whether it is guilty or not guilty.
2. Must know the law extremly well- A Supreme Court Justice must know the law well so that offenders can trust that they are getting a fair sentence to their crime.
3. Must have experience- A Supreme Court Justice should have law degrees or some other form of higher education and have experience in the court.
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was an accomplished cellist, having received lessons from Trowell's father. Mansfield wrote in her journals of feeling disturbed in New Zealand, and of how she had become disillusioned because of the repression of the Māori people. Maori characters are often portrayed in a sympathetic or positive light in her later stories, such as "How Pearl Button Was Kidnapped”. In 1903 she moved to London, where she attended Queen's College along with her sisters. Mansfield recommenced playing the cello, an occupation that she believed she would take up professionally, but she also began contributing to the college newspaper with such dedication that she eventually became its editor. She met fellow