Essay On Bohemian Rhapsody

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Bohemian Rhapsody by The Queens, why you ask? I mean have you heard of it. It is a complex mixture of rock, pop, classical, theatrical, I could even say rap and emo. From the start up until the end it will lead you into different simulating emotions. One part you will be crying, another part anxious, then you will jump for joy, then it will make you feel so awkward, then cry again, then it will make you belt out a note you did not even expect you will hit. It is an awesome song by an awesome band. So, what it has got to do with me? Whenever I pitch this song to my friends they immediately refuse to listen to it because it was from a rock band of the 80's. They see it as dark and demonic in some instance, to which I would agree but not all of it. As dark as it may be, it is colorful as any song. Time travel is a very interesting thought because you can go back in time to right your wrong or see important events such as the Declaration of Independence, or the time of the People Power Revolution. If I had a time machine I would definitely go to the time when I was going to die. I would like to see the end of this life that I have. I would like to know when is it, how did it end, who…show more content…
Attitude is a very important part of life, it affects you, other people around you, your environment, and all sorts of stuff. So, changing my attitude is what I really want. Why? Because I have a very pessimistic view of life. I view life as very complex and uncertain in many ways, I see it as dark prism with no way out, a puzzle with no pieces, a maze with no path, an empty void. So, my attitude would be my number one priority if I would be able to change it. But change is something that we cannot control. Sometimes you want to change the way you think but you yourself is preventing it, in other times your environment or community changes it. Change will come and go, either for better or for
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