This speech, which is entitled “Jobs summed up his life”, focuses on encourage new generation to do what their want to do. Jobs use make up his speech, The first story is about connecting the dots. The second story is about love and loss. The last one is about death.jobs use three stories, connect his study experience，form drop his school work and then join
To illustrate the speaker uses Personification, when speaking about summer: it has a golden complexion, which can be destroyed by clouds. Also, it is ruled by time and ends too fast. In contrast, his love will always be lovely and living. The speaker tells Death not to brag, because he could never take his love. It seems as the personification of elements such as, summer or death allows the speaker to compare his poem to a living thing, which is able to keep his love
To Holden 's inconvenience, Spencer peruses with an elevated volume Holden 's History paper, in which Holden composed a note to Spencer so his instructor wouldn 't feel awful about falling flat him in the subject. Holden comes back to his residence,
The screams of adrenaline and excitement can be heard from a mile away as they enjoyed the fast ride of the wind and salty ocean water hitting their faces. Soon, the sun was getting tired and it slowly laid off its heat. People came rushing back down to the sand, chilling off after a fun day of playing. Their energy was depleted, but everything was worth for a fun day at the beach. Towels were being handed out and the shops alongside the beach were getting ready for the end of the day and closed up.
And while not ready to let her go just yet, the narrator points out the role of hope and its importance in life, declaring that even dreams can feel real if one has hope. The first stanza concludes with the narrator bringing the theme of the poem to the forefront, stating that everything around humans simply the product of their imagination, dreams from which they cannot escape. In the second stanza, the narrator is on the beach trying desperately to hold unto grains of sand, pleading with God to let him enjoy this moment and savor it a little bit more, but, to no avail. Through the use of metaphors and personification (sand=time/deep=ocean), building on the saying “time and tide wait for none” and “the roaring surfs” hitting the shore, the narrator reiterates his earlier statement, that man’s existence is merely a dream inside a compartmentalized dream, but in the form of a question as to entice the reader to reflect on his own life, existence and
Therefore, happiness must be achieved through divine powers that allow us to become eternally fulfilled in life after death. However, pleasure can be of this world because it brings us moments of fulfillments instantly and then dies away quickly because pleasure is flawed because it is of this world and requires no divine power or god to obtain this short-lived image of fulfillment. Leonard Katz, states that pleasure is always directed to satisfy the needs of one 's self and as long as one 's own needs are met pleasure is achieved2. However, happiness, mentioned by Dan Haybron, requires one to seek the needs of others rather than their own needs in order to be
Descriptive Essay Far away from this busy life I seek a quiet place that absorbs all of my worries and stress. A place where I can feel close to the nature. The first place that crosses my mind when I even think about getting away from this stressful life is an oceanic view. I always desire to visit a place that has stunning view of clear blue water as it leaves me savoring every moment spent on the beach. Ocean has always been such a lovely place for me.
A Class Divided by Jane Elliot This documentary film covers an experiment conducted by Jane Elliot in her third grade class in 1970. The film is actually a follow-up conducted in 1985 with the students, who are now adults responding to their actions in 1970. This film is directed by William Peters and offers Jane Elliot and her students an opportunity to watch the original experiment and air their views on the same. The overall goal of this film is to explicate how a simple experiment can help children as well as adults understand racism. This film is highly successful in achieving its purpose as is heard from the sentiments expressed by Jane Elliot’s students while discussing the impact the film has had on their lives.
Success is not instant, success is a product of a process of falling and rising. Allow me to say, it is molded by bliss, but again if that is the case then how do we reach that level now that we all fantasize a blissful life. It’s sad to note that we seldom pause to search the source of our happiness yet our ultimate desire is to be happy every day . It’s very easy at the end of the day to proclaim that it was a beautiful day full of fun but what kind of fun are we looking for? It is important to note that some things that we consider as fun could be destructive and harmful.