Miles thinks that living forever is a curse because if you live forever there is no point doing great things in life for no meaning. Jesse feels that living forever is an advantage to have neverending fun and more time to do as much as he wants as long as he wants. Winnie shows that she does not want to live forever because she thought if she did live forever then she would have eternal life and be immortal. You should not want to live forever if you had the chance to if you did chose to you would regret it. You will live forever while everybody you know is dying being proud of what they have done so far.
We lead by example and everything that we loved shows through the way we connected with it. Memories of how we treated our family, friends and neighbors will last longer than any dollar that was left to someone. How we acted when we thought no one was watching. How we treat the stranger on the street that we had nothing to gain from by being charitable to. “Our legacy does not end the day we die” speaks to the way others see us.
When reading a story, book, or novel, you’re expected to follow the story from start to end--that is if the plot is to your own tastes. Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution is what makes up a plot. The better the plot is structured, the better the story is, right? A well-written story makes readers yearn for more, making them feel like they’re at the edge of their seats, engrossed with what is written on the pages. Of course, not all would feel that way about a story, as not all stories end with a ‘happily ever after’.
Thought the question is “Does society shape the individual or do individuals shape their society?” I strongly believe there is a double response to this. I believe that because in the start of all the book there is always that one or two characters that fend for themselves till they get what they want. They have to go through obstacles like, families, armies, and even their selves at times. Society does shape the individual at first to someone strong even though some roughness might be in that road but it pushes them to be their own person and make a difference even if it’s just a simple rebellion against parents for first love to running away from an army for the survival of your family and you.
Even though the meeting of the two soul mates is a miracle too wonderful not to be taken advantage of, “a tiny, tiny sliver of doubt took root in their hearts” (2), eventually driving them to test their good fortune. Sadly, this occurrence is common in the world outside of fiction. Often when something perfect finds its way to an un-expecting person, he or she will eventually doubt its legitimacy. When the lovers finally meet again after fourteen years, “the glow of their memories was far too weak, and their thoughts no longer had the clarity of fourteen years earlier” (3). Miracles cannot be counted on to occur more than once.
Incredibly Clever Title “One is never afraid of the unknown; one is afraid of the known coming to an end” (Jiddu Krishnamurti). Instead of fearing the unknown, Sarah Kay tries to prepare for the future. According to her poems the best thing to do is to protect those you care about, but also realize the future is unknown and no one can truly know what lies ahead. “In the Event of an Emergency” focuses on the topic of what should happen if something goes wrong, where to return things that have had an important impact on the life.
The important message from this is that to make a good story you have to use a lot of vivid detail to make a believable and setting that you can see in your mind. If you don’t use any vivid detail in your story to build the setting the read will get lost in the complexity of the world you created, so it is important that you help them visualise the world you put them in. Nevertheless make sure that in the future, whenever you write a story, make sure that your reader can the world that you immerse them
Our future is not written yet. Every choice, every decision, every risk that we take creates a new path that leads us to the next. In life and in business, knowing yourself and drawing the line where you would not cross is a path that one may encounter and having to make the right choices will define who you are. The author, Dr. Clayton M. Christensen touches on the question of, ‘How to live a life of integrity (stay out of jail),’ which entails looking at the choices we make and how it will effect the future. We face challenges that we have to overcome, choices we need to make to determine what is best for our future, be it positive or negative outcomes but either one can create new paths in our life journey.
In conclusion, I love who I am and who I have become. I 'm getting back on the right track in life, and I couldn 't ask for anything better. I may have done some bad things in the past, but I think everyone deserved a second chance. I hope these couple of paragraphs told you a little about myself, and I thank you for the chance to start my new career in
I learned that anything could happen and someone should never take anything or anyone for granted. I also learned that writers always use background knowledge and experience to compose a story. The theme of the book, tedium, gives a message that your life could unexpectedly change by little things. Those little things can become a great part of your