Causes Of My Declaration Of Independence Essay

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When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one person to dissolve the association with those that have connected them with another, and to assume among the course of nature, the separate and equal ties between the Laws of Nature and of the government have been broken, all respect has been lost and the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which induce them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creators with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Freedom, Equality and Respect.—That to secure these rights, Businesses are instituted among Women, deriving their just equality from the consent of the governed,--…show more content…
I have no received my 10% extra bonus that He had agreed upon when I covered an extra shift when another worker could not come in. I was not allowed to take my 30 minute lunch break as it is my right according to the contract because I had apparently taken to long ringing up all the customers at the checkout. I was not allowed to have a day off because I forgot to take the trash out on a Friday afternoon. I was not allowed to leave work early on January 16th as it is a right according to the law, because He does not approve of my religion. These events were unfair and unjust and I have petitioned through them all. I, therefore, the employee of Memorial Hospital Miramar’s Gift Shop, have decided to leave your management. I am more than happy to find another place of employment and I am positive I will find one that does not argue with me, gives me the days off I need, allows me to change shifts when I need to, and most importantly respects me. I am officially resigning my position and I will swing by tomorrow for my last pay
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