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    and you walk to the Nurse's Office to see that she is on her lunch break what are you going to do? Well, if you have your phone with you, you can call one of your parents to come and pick you up. Also, if you get hurt the teacher can call the office, but what if it is the teacher is hurt, then you will have to call someone, with your phone that you would be carrying, if permitted. Most kids just keep their phones in their lockers and powered down. To keep everyone safe, though they should be allowed

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    My Mexican Heritage

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    Throughout my life, I have always considered my grandparents to be the foundations that allowed me to establish a sense of who I am and what is important to me; thus, my grandparents (on my mother’s side in particular) are my key ancestors. As my parents were often occupied by work when I was younger, I spent much of my childhood with my grandparents at their house in Madera, CA. Indeed, the fondest childhood memories I have are simply the moments I spent interacting with my grandparents. Past the

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    The Teenage Brain Can even the most well respected children make poor choices in their lives? Truth is, every teenager has made at least one poor choice that has terribly affected them. However, parents expect their children to behave like adults but treat them like mindless children. Parents need to start understanding teenage behaviour rather than noticing them for their negativity. To begin with, “Inside The Teenage Brain,” claims that teenagers seem to want more without good reason: “ I cannot

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    I strongly believe that Goals and aspirations are the foundation of a successful and fruitful life and for this reason I have strived to set firm goals for my life. These goals continually remind me to be focused and motivate me to excel. I have been brought up in a joint family in small town in India where we were taught the values of staying together and respecting each other. We have seen our parents doing hard work and they always told us to be confident and accept challenges. These family values

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    Fate is often said to be inevitable, have an adverse outcome, or end and free will is the ability to choose at your own discretion. In our everyday life, we make decisions and are often told that life is about making choices. It is because we have free will that we make choices which may lead to positive consequences if the choice is rational and yet other times our decisions lead to negative consequences. Free will plays an important role in Oedipus the King and fate appears in the play but it

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    sick and you walk to the Nurse's Office to see that she is on her lunchbreak what are you going to do? Well, if you have your phone on you, you can call one of your parents to come and pick you up. Also, if you get hurt the teacher can call the office but, what if it is the teacher is hurt, then you will have to call someone, with your phone that you would be carrying, if permitted. Most kids just keep their phones in their lockers and powered down. To keep everyone safe though, they should be allowed

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    How individuals and groups cope and interact with each other in society is getting attention recently. Sociologists discovered that power plays an important role within this social behaviour. Nowadays, they analyse the relation between diversity among society and its difficulties to produce relationship such as state and society. Power is the main concept in the great Western belief of thought about political occurrence. According to the endless history itself, there is one outstanding of disagreement

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    Should Teenagers Follow Parental Advice Kids these days learn a lot of new things everyday and those new things can lead to different choices, those new things they learn are either from school or home and since they are kids they often get confused of what choices to make and will always get others opinion for that topic. When those small kids grow up they start making their own choices and i think they should make their own choices, but that doesn't mean that all choices you make are random. Always

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    Who would have thought what began as a voluntary choice to pick up a drink, have fun, be happy would end with me being diagnosed as an alcoholic, not me! Drinking to that extent was never my intention. My drinking did not always end in disaster, in the begging I was having a ball. Let me explain how drinking, defined me. Prior to drinking, I was shy, insecure, unhappy and self conscious. Too scared of being rejected, I rarely spoke to anyone, or held the gaze of another person. That all changed

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    Martha Nussbaum has experiences in writing about education related topics such as liberal education, already publishing a book called „Cultivating Humanity”. However her inspiration to write her book entitled “Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities” came from a person of the Spencer Foundation named Mike McPherson but also because of the fact that she was resident fellow at the foundation. In addition to this, her association with the Cambridge school in Weston, Massachusetts helped

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    guilt tripped by you. I didn’t make any hateful comments about you because I don’t know who you are Abby. Your name was mentioned twice. I said and I quote (because I wrote it), “I wrote that part in the beginning of October because I was incredibly hurt when I found out your new best friend, Abby, was moving or going to Webb.” I also said,

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    Why was I complying to people’s wishes? Why was I hurting someone I didn’t want to hurt? Why was I taking karate to get revenge? I would only be lowering myself to level of the kids at my school. “That was when I refused to fight anymore. I turned around, despite the roaring crowd, picked up my backpack, and went home. Your aunt and uncles

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    Tim O’Brien used his friends and loved ones to show that death is not the end of someone. Wallace Stevens uses his poem to show how life goes on after death. Johnny Cash uses a song to show how people are remembered. As long as there is the memory of someone they are never gone. A person’s story is what keeps them alive years after they are gone. In Tim’s book The Things They Carried he shows how his friend Rat mailed his deceased friends sister to tell her how wonderful of a guy he was, "I had

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    As a new and young manager at McDonald’s I had a lot of responsibility and stress on my plate. I worked for them for about a year and a half before I was promoted and I got to know the crew and got close to some before I moved up. One of the hardest things to do as a manager is run a shift when you are understaffed. The excuses you get from people will have you rethinking your life and the position you’re in. Having kids is a beautiful thing but when you use your kids as an excuse to call off

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    Human nature in english literature In this course we have studied works from literary periods all throughout history. Looking through, you can clearly see how styles and morals changed over the years as expressed in both fictional and non-fictional works. Taking a deeper look at it though, you start to notice consistencies and similarities appearing in the writings despite being from different parts of the world and from people from all different backgrounds and lives. By looking at writing from

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    There is one big question in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley that everyone asks and that is “Who is more human, Frankenstein or his creation?” and the answer to that is his creation. The reason the creation is more human than Frankenstein is because Frankenstein is neglectful and cruel to his creation. Frankenstein does not take any responsibility for his creation and acts like his creation is nothing to him. Frankenstein condemns the creature to loneliness and persecution. The creature is not a monster

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    Playing competitive sports causes people to only think about the positive aspects of playing them, but there are also negative aspects which no one ever really considers. If you think about it, parents do not really seem to focus on the negatives to playing sports, they only seem to focus on the benefits. Things like how children receive lots of injuries, or that the cost of participating in some of these sports is astronomical. More and more kids are starting to play competitive sports and are

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    Everyone stands on some sort of moral ground. As long as that “ethical moral high ground” is under our feet, we are stable. Although, the big question is, what happens when the ground disappears? What becomes of our society? In the book Lord of the Flies by William Golding, there are three main influential characters that die on the island. There deaths, however seemingly small, greatly impact all the lives of the boys on the island. “The shape of society must depend on the ethical nature of the

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    In school people have many moments that are very unique to them. Some moments are life changing while also being developmental, but others stay with us and improves our skills in certain areas rather it be in English, Math or Science. We all learn new things but even when we learn new things we still must remember the things that we learned and sometimes its helpful when you have a helping hand or a lasting effect on you. It was the beginning of August, school was just starting to roll around. What

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    On the morning of August 13, 2009, my mother was in the hospital giving birth to my baby brother, Michael. That day was a magical day for my family and I. After he was born, the doctor took my new brother to the back to run a couple of tests on him and make sure he is completely healthy. We waited patiently by my mother 's side as she began to rest. The doctor soon comes back in and says that he is fine to take home. We went home the next day and our lives were much happier with him in it. Michael

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