tear-filled gaze meet Asami 's eyes. Asami softly wiped away the tears threatening to fall from Korra 's eyes as she said, “Korra, tell me what your dream was about, please.” Korra grasped onto Asami 's wrists and shakily said “Alright, I 'll try and recall what I can.” Asami offered a small, sympathetic smile in response.
Annotated Bibliography: Is Assisted Suicide Inhumane or Dignified? This is an annotated bibliography for research on assisted suicide and how it effects the patient and the family and friends involved. I am researching whether or not assisted suicide is inhumane or dignified upon request of the patient. Barlas, Stephen. "Conservative Groups Urge Congressional Response to Assisted Suicide Decision." Psychiatric Times, vol. 23, no. 3, 2006., pp. 58,NC Live. http://nclive.org/ cgi-bin /nclsm?url=http://search
“My bike is my gym, my wheelchair and my church all in one. I 'd like to ride my bike all day long but I 've got this thing called a job that keeps getting in the way,” by Bill Watson explains what my bike is to me. If I had my choice, I would be on my bike for hours a day again to watch, pray, and just be myself. Yet my job gets in the way, my life gets in the way. Without even meaning to I got looked up to on my bike and still do by, brand new, people everyday. When I walk to a football game or
his collection of short stories, The Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien explores the effects of war on young people and how war can affect people permanently. Tim O’Brien shows the effects of war by showing how war could make people do things they wouldn 't normally do. In the chapter “How to Tell a True War Story”, O’Brien explains how one time when the men were hiking in the mountains of Vietnam, they came across a baby buffalo. They then capture the animal and lead it back to camp with them to set