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How Should One Live Their Life?

- This course has sparked in me a fresh curiosity for the intellectual life. It has brought me to ponder great questions that have been part of human history and the human condition. Examples of such questions include, “Does the human soul exist beyond our bodies,” “Does God exist,” “What is knowledge,” “What kind of world do we live in?” But the question from this course that I take to be the most important, as it dictates how we approach questions such as those, and is supremely relevant to everyday life, is “How should one live their life?” This question is possibly the most essential to the human race, since how we answer this question determines our mindset when answering the commonly as...   [tags: Philosophy, Soul, Meaning of life, Plato]

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Something to Live for: Life Itself

- "It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live" (Aurelius). For Monsieur Meursault, it is not until he faces death, that he truly begins to live. In The Stranger, Camus portrayed Meursault as a nihilistic man, devoid of concern for social norms that govern others. He was a character who had no beliefs, ideals, or morals; however as life progresses, Meursault changes in that he begins to recognize the importance of freedom, the significance of companionship, and the value of life, as seen during his imprisonment, his trial, and before he meets the chaplain....   [tags: Literature Review]

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Pushing Through Tough Times: Life is Fine

- When analyzing the poem, “Life is Fine” by Langston Hughes, at first glance it may seem like a short and simple poem about life. The poem is much more complex. The poem is about the obstacles that some people face in life and how to find the strength to persevere. This poem helps the reader appreciate life and encourages us to triumph over the most emotionally challenging obstacles rather than considering death as a solution. The character in the poem, although weak and confused at first, finds the strength to deal with the issues he is struggling with and comes to appreciate life, rather than turning to a tragic way out....   [tags: live life, langston hughes, social value]

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Analyzing The Ways One Can Live A Good Life

- In Gorgias, Plato attempts to outline the ways one can live a good life. He begins this by examining oratory. He dispels the presented notions that the life of an orator is more just and good than other professions, such as the life of a philosopher. Plato progressively raises questions that connect oratory to actions that are shameful and undesirable. Oratory came to be defined as a means of attaining one’s personal ambitions. This definition leaves it open to the possibility of pursuing shameful and evil outcomes....   [tags: Philosophy, Plato, Personal life, Rhetoric]

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Christianity And Islam : How Christians Should Live Their Life

- Introduction “I believe in God, but not as one thing, not as an old man in the sky. I believe that what people call God is something in all of us. I believe that what Jesus and Mohammed and Buddha and all the rest said was right. It 's just that the translations have gone wrong.” (John Lennon, as cited from Quotes About Religion, n.p.). Religion plays an important role in many peoples life. While there are many religions in the world, two of the largest religions are Christianity and Islam. Understanding the similarities and differences of these two religions’ teachings and imagery will explain how through religious tradition, religion continues to influence our current society....   [tags: Christianity, Bible, Jesus, Religious text]

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The Media That The Way A Person Should Live Their Life

- The media portrays the way a person should live their life. Trying to cover the diversity of the world, it has created a checklist of what is an acceptable way of life. This has created a societal map of how to live. However this way of expressing open mind as left society more close minded than ever before. Anything outside what society already knows to be true is met with immediate and extreme lassitude. Furthermore, it takes years before this new concept can be considered on the checklist of society, let alone be considered a mainstream idea....   [tags: Mass media, Sociology, Stereotype, Accept]

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How Can I Live The Life Of a True Hero?

- ... However when I think of a hero I think of a person whom is challenged to act courageously and follow in the ways of Jesus Christ. A perfect example of a person continuing Jesus’s mission is Mother Teresa. Mother Teresa was the founder of the Missionaries of Charity. This is a catholic order of nuns dedicated to helping those in need. “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” This quote is saying that if someone is in a bad state and wants to talk to you, make them feel good, talk about things they want to talk about, so that they leave in a happy mood....   [tags: courageous, jesus, religion]

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How Does One Live A Full Meaningful Life?

- How does one live a full meaningful life. Everyone 's goal in life is to make sure they live a meaningful life, it 's what makes people motivated and how they rate themselves. We all run into this quandary which has challenged philosophers, scientists, and a numerous amount of other people. ‘How do we live a full and meaningful life?’ No one has entirely figured out how to live a meaningful life, but there are several key points researchers have found that help people find their meaning and satisfaction in life....   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, Purpose, Anxiety]

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Live Your Life to the Fullest

- Randy Pausch once said, “We cannot change the cards we are dealt with, just how we play the hand.” The last lecture is a speech that professor write. It is what the last lecture they would say if it was the last lecture they’d make in their life. In The Last Lecture, Pausch explains his childhood dreams and everything he accomplished to make them possible, and how to help other accomplish their dreams. Pausch is an inspiring fighter; he’s considered a fighter for the fact that since he found out he has ten tumors in his liver, yet he still lives his life to the fullest....   [tags: writer, lecture, cancer]

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Devotion to Life and to Live

- Devotion to Life and to Live Willa Cather grew up living on the plains of Nebraska. The plain prairies helped influence Willa Cather into using her memory as well as her realism frame working to create the familiar stories we know today such as My Antonia, O Pioneers, One of Ours, and many more. Cather’s fiction is characterized by a strong sense of place, the subtle presentation of human relationships, an often unconventional narrative structure, and a style of clarity and beauty (Willa). Her books draw upon her memories and knowledge of Nebraska recreating personal relationships and stories with friends she cared most about....   [tags: Author Analysis]

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Live Your Life

- Three small words can bring inner happiness to me and others. Having the ability to change your attitude towards life and what defines one will create a feeling of peace. Living your life can bring good and bad regrets, but by the choice we make can bring happiness, and a meaningful life. The goal of this essay is to show what credo I live by and what defines me as a person. Having the power to live with the choices I had made, determination towards a goal, and finding a deeper meaning to life. When growing up in this day, with many of our fellow men and women trying to get a taste of the good life....   [tags: goals, credo, meaning]

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The Best Life At Live

- David Price Philosophy 1500 Professor Colleen Mallory 16 November 2014 The Best Life to Live It is important to understand that when I debate an issue of an ancient philosopher one needs to bear in mind that the time and knowledge of humanity were quite different and that my views expressed in this paper are based on current epochs. Like Plato himself, we are continually evolving with changes in our critical thinking of conforming to community and society’s norms. I tried to place myself in the classical age of Athens and into the early part of the Hellenistic age knowing my beliefs may perhaps have been different but found it more cogent to dispute his theories based on what the overall pic...   [tags: Sociology, Human, Morality, Religion]

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Body Healthy And Live A Happy Life

- ukhrajThandi T00542556 How to make body healthy and live a happy life. In this modern era, everyone wants to be healthy because healthy body has a healthy mind. According to psychologies article” there are many things to do to make a happy and healthier life like get enough sunlight during various seasons, keep hydrated, proper sleep and physical exercises such as walking, resistance exercise and act of kindness, art of appreciation. These are very important to follow to remain healthy and happy....   [tags: Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise, Physical exercise]

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Should You Live Your Life?

- Should you live your life day to day or take advantage of every moment and make something of yourself. Most people are stuck in a mindset that prevents them from becoming the person that they want to be. This mindset can revolve around happiness and interests in what you want to do. There is a passion out there for everyone, it is just the fact people are too afraid of stepping out of their comfort zone to pursue their passion. My response to their fear is that we only have one life and we don’t get second chances....   [tags: Want, Need, WANT, Lebanon]

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We Should Live Our Life

- Your life before your satisfaction it is not just a quote, it is the warning we should take into account before acting. Everything in life begins based on our own decisions. What is correct or not. How we should live our life. How to invest our money. Or, more importantly, how is our health affected by decisions we make. Nowadays, there are various ways in which people choose to spend their lives, degrading their health consciously or unconsciously; the most common example we can mention is smoking....   [tags: Tobacco smoking, Cigarette, Nicotine, Lung cancer]

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Graduation Speech: Live Life to the Fullest

- I would like to begin this evening by welcoming all of my classmates, staff, parents and guardians, the school board and superintendent, friends, and relatives to the commencement of the class of 2012. Commencement is a critical juncture in our lives; it is a momentous occasion where we believe we are about to start anew. However, graduation is the bittersweet moment where the forces of past and future are simultaneously acting on us. Consequently, the past is not dead. Alfred, Lord Tennyson, suggests that our past experiences will be with us forever as he states, " [we] are a part of all that [we] have met; yet all experience is an arch where through gleams that untraveled world." That is w...   [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address]

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Small Groups And Community Can Help One Another Live A Life With Jesus

- This paper will reveal the importance of participating in small groups, and community can help one another live a life with Jesus. The writer will discuss the similarities between the calling of the twelve disciples and the writer 's calling. The writer will also include in this paper the insights gained in reading Gareth W. Icenogle course book Biblical Foundations for Small Group Ministry: An Integrational Approach. According to Dave Earley, "Small groups are potentials of a local church. Not only can they multiply to reach large members of people, but they can be spiritual hospitals for the hurting and hothouses for spiritual growth....   [tags: Jesus, Holy Spirit, The Gathering, Bible]

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How to Live a Long Life

- Do you dream of living a long, healthy life. Fortunately, it is much easier to achieve this dream today, in a world that is more technologically and medically advanced than ever before. Because of these favorable advances, the life expectancies in most countries have increased. It is not enough, however, to solely rely on technology and medicine to increase your life expectancy. In order to make your dream a reality, you need to take a few additional steps. To improve your chances of living a long life, you should eat and drink healthy, have a consistent sleep routine, be physically and mentally active, reduce causes of stress and depression, avoid and/or quit smoking, and abstain from over...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Plato, Aristotle and the Stoics on How to Live One's Life

- In the history of early philosophy, there were 3 prominent views on how to live one's life. These were presented by Plato, Aristotle, and the Stoics. Plato, presenting the most simple of the three, believed that one should direct their life towards virtue, morality, and harmony of the soul. Explaining himself in his work Gorgias, Plato has Socrates and Polus talking to each other about the relation between happiness and wrong doing. Polus answers yes, happiness and wrong doing go together. Furthering his answer, Polus describes how a happy man is a powerful man....   [tags: history of early philosphy]

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The Sun Also Rises: How Not to Live a Fulfilling Life

- To live a fulfilling life, one must approach it with the right mindset. Although this may vary depending on the individual, one can assert that a few characteristics are common. These include living a life with purpose, staying strong to one's values, and being secure with one's choices and circumstance. In The Sun Also Rises, the main characters display personalities that are opposite to these traits. Cohn, Brett, and Jake seem to live comfortable lives in both France and Spain, but at the end of every day, they are left unsatisfied and empty inside because they approach life without real goals or consideration for growth....   [tags: Ernest Hemingway]

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Aristotle's Beliefs on Elements Needed to Live a Happy Life

- According to Aristotle, there are three basic kinds of goods that are necessary to possess in order to live a happy life. “These three goods are: bodily goods, external goods, and goods of the soul also known as psychological goods”. Bodily goods are non-tangible, and they would be considered anything that would lengthen a human beings life expectancy. Good health, no or very few illnesses, vitality, freedom from pain, and no or few injuries would all fall into this category. External goods are tangible items that make living and going about everyday life much easier....   [tags: philosophy]

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Cancer Is A Disease That Affects People Live And Experience Life

- Cancer is a disease that affects all of us indirectly or directly. It is responsible for the deaths of many people in the world. It has hindered many and is a very terrible disease. The causes of this disease can be narrowed down to poor diet choices, tobacco, sun and UV exposure, radiation exposure, and other carcinogens. All these issues can effect the human life and how people live and experience life. The symptoms of cancer vary as it can target many areas of the body. A common symptom is weight loss and fatigue....   [tags: Cancer, Oncology, Metastasis, Tobacco smoking]

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Personal Narrative : Helping People Live A Healthy Life

- Trentin Platz Kinesiology: Helping People Live A Healthy Life Kinesiology is the study of human movement also known as human kinetics. There are many types of careers in kinesiology, they include being a personal trainer, nursing, and coaching. All these jobs consist of helping people get to or get back to a physically healthy state. A personal trainer will help a person usually one on one to build up a healthy lifestyle by working out consistently and eating healthy to give the body the nutrients it needs to live a healthy life....   [tags: Physical education, Exercise, Obesity, Education]

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What Makes Body Healthy And Live A Happy Life?

- SukhrajThandi T00542556 How to make body healthy and live a happy life. In this modern era, everyone wants to be healthy because healthy body has a healthy mind. According to psychologies article” there are many things to do to make a happy and healthier life like get enough sunlight during various seasons, keep hydrated, proper sleep and physical exercises such as walking, resistance exercise and act of kindness, art of appreciation. These are very important to follow to remain healthy and happy....   [tags: Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise, Physical exercise]

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TV Makes Americans Live a Passive Life

- TV for Chickens is a project by contemporary Finnish artist, Tea Makipaa. In this project she created a television show showing the lives of free range chickens. She showed this to chickens being raised in a factory farm. Factory farms are dark crowded places where chickens become bored or panicked and often kill themselves or others. John of the “vlogbrothers”, Youtube video bloggers uploaded a video discussing this project. He notes that after watching it the chickens became more docile and less likely to murder one another, and raises the question “If this is what TV does to chickens what does it do to humans?” This is not referring to all television programming but specific...   [tags: The Risks of TV]

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Speech: Take Risks and Live Life to its Fullest

- Speech: Take Risks and Live Life to its Fullest Good morning ladies and gentlemen, today I am here to talk to you about a quote that Punch Imlach once said, he said that “a ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” I think he is trying to say that one should not live their life in fear and that humans in general need to take more risks. Fear comes in many forms, there is fear of embarrassment, failure, and injury. These are the three main fears that keep people from achieving their dreams....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Pacemakers Allow Millions to Live Life to the Fullest

- Pacemakers Allow Millions to Live Life to the Fullest I always thought that pacemakers were for old people or people that had really serious heart conditions. My opinion of that drastically changed last summer after my then eighteen year old friend had to have one implanted. I never new how pacemakers worked or what they did, I just knew that you could not ride roller coasters if you have one. My fascination with pacemakers all started last summer. It was right after graduation and my friends and I were all enjoying the summer....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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The Secret Life of Trees: How They Live and Why They Matter

- Trees have fascinated humans for thousands of years and have played a major role in mythologies all over the world, largely because of their utility, longevity, and often impressive stature. Additionally, trees play a major role in the ecology of the Earth by reducing erosion and moderating the climate by removing CO2 from the atmosphere and storing large amounts of carbon in their tissues (Kozlowski 1971). Trees have copious uses for all different types of plants and animals; food, shelter, fuel, and timber being a few of the most common uses....   [tags: The Life of Trees]

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To Know Oneself; To Live an Examined Life

- The first step to achieving any measure of progress in any activity is admitting the existence of an area in need of improvement and accepting the action necessary for successful development. In developing an identity and living an examined life, it is important to engage in internal reflection and evaluation for the benefit of truly knowing oneself. With this inner insight and personal identity, an individual can lead a successful and meaningful life. True personal progress can only be fully achieved through the procedural acquisition of awareness and acceptance and the performance of the action needed for improvement in regard to all aspects of individual health and prosperity....   [tags: Progress, Improving, Acceptance]

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A Life Ended Before it Even had the Opportunity to Live

- How would someone feel if someone took away their ability to live. Imagine not having any say in whether or not they want to be alive. Babies don’t have any choice while in their mother’s womb. Abortion is one of the most common issues that our society is dealing with today. “About 1 in 4 people are not living because of abortions. Over 1.3 million abortions are done yearly in the USA and 43 million worldwide” (Abortion Medical facts). Some people state that they think abortions are okay in certain circumstances, like if the baby will kill the mother while giving birth, or if the woman is raped, But in reality less than 1% of abortions are performed to save the mother and because of rape ....   [tags: Abortion, Babies, Mothers, Mirder, Life]

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Epicureanism and Stoicism: How to Live a Comfortable and Satsifactory Life

- THESIS STATEMENT The philosophical ideas of Epicureanism and Stoicism taught how to live a comfortable and satisfactory life, although they maintained similar aspects, Epicurus and Zeno’s teachings incorporated exceptional differences. PURPOSE STATEMENT In examining literary works, documents, and articles referring to the notable aspects of Epicureanism and Stoicism, the contrasts and discrepancies of these philosophical theories are clear. INTRODUCTION In ancient Greece, many philosophers professed their ideas in hopes of gaining supporters and making themselves and their philosophical concepts known....   [tags: ancient greece, social relationships]

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Life and How to Live It

- Life and How to Live It If one is to believe such libertarian philosophers as Sartre who says that we, in short control our own destiny and have free will then how should people choose to carry out their lives. What are the guidelines one should follow in order to lead a complete and fulfilling life, and what should we look to achieve. Such questions are what the next group of philosophers look to answer as they discuss their different views on what we should do with our time here on earth. Philosophers, such as Kant, believe that good will is the only thing unconditional in our lives, and duty guides us and is an important part in our fulfillment of good will....   [tags: Papers]

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What Makes You Who You Are And How You Live Your Life?

- What makes you who you are and how you live your life. What if because of who you are, you are put at a disadvantage over others. Some might find it unfair to be disadvantaged from others, but what is this disadvantage and what determines it. For black and latino minority groups, they are disadvantaged and put into lower social classes that they struggle to get out of. The reason for them being in these lower classes is because of how America is formed. For example, African Americans and Latinos migrated to America, whether by force or by choice, and because of that, they had the least population making them the minority....   [tags: Social class, Working class, Sociology]

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Helga Crane Choosing to Live an Unhappy Life Book Review

- Nella Larsen’s “Quicksand” depicts a young woman who lives her life around her dyer need to find her place in society. In the setting of Quicksand, discrimination is a key factor in the text because Helga Crane, who is a biracial woman, is expected to settle in a race in which she does not necessarily call her own. With this said, Crane maintains her status as an outsider in both the white and black community, and is never content with her surroundings. She also disregards her peer’s philosophies on life as annoying or absurd....   [tags: racial discrimination, quicksand, nella larsen]

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Pro-life: Making Sure Each Unborn Child Gets a Chance to Live

- The topic I will be covering in this paper is Pro-life. This topic is centered on making sure each unborn child gets a chance to live. The National right to Life Committee is biased on the foundation that every life has a right to fulfil its purpose on this earth. This is the head of the Texas Right to Life Committee, and is based out of Louisville, Kentucky. We know, according to the bible, anything that happens works together for our good in the long run. “Romans 8:28 -And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose” (Holy Bible)....   [tags: abortion, national right to life]

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Life Is Worth Living : What Happens When We Live

- “Life Not Worth Living: What Happens When We Live To 100” Americans are living longer lives than they used to hundreds of years ago. The average life expectancy of an American increased from 47 years old in 1900 to 79 years old in 2011. There are several explanations for this phenomenon. The life expectancy of the average person is increasing because of the advancements in technology, healthy diets, and the progression of medical science. With these advancements, Americans are now able to live past one hundred years of age....   [tags: Gerontology, Aging, Life expectancy, Death]

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My Main Goal is to Live a Satisfying Life

- Have you heard the song “Satisfaction”. It was recorded by The Rolling Stones in 1965 and revived by Britney Spears in the year 2000. The song doesn’t say anything about life but the words give you the emotional effect you’re looking for if you are not satisfied with anything you do or have in life. It made me think about my values I hold in life. When I was a teenager, I always wanted to have a good future for myself and for my family. I grew up wanting more money to buy all the things that we needed and wanted to have....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Personal Values]

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What is the Best Way To Live Your Life?

- In Nichomachean Ethics Aristotle explores the most important question that we humans can ask; what is the best way of living our lives. Throughout this book he establishes logical arguments and supports them to attempt to prove that happiness is the ultimate goal in life and that everything we do pursues it. He begins his argument by stating that everything that we do in everyday life we do because we believe that it is fundamentally good. Aristotle makes the observation that while we pursue that which is good, the way that we pursue it differs greatly....   [tags: Philosophy, informative, expository]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' The Night '

- Opens with a young woman, sitting on a lonely deserted beach watching the sunrise above the water. The serenity is interrupted by a phone buzzing, she looks at her iPhone. A text from her mother, explaining that she has an appointment with Doctor Taylors at 10, that she better not be late and to not even think about not turning up. After looking at the phone, she falls back into the sand in frustration before reluctantly standing up as the sun fully emerges from the water behind her. She runs off down the beach not notices the start of the new day....   [tags: Girl, Boy, Live My Life, Camera]

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We Must Live A More Sustainable Life

- There is no doubt that human activity is having a significant impact on our environment. These environmental impacts include depleting our natural resources, air and water pollution, climate change, destruction of habitats, and loss of biodiversity. Because of these growing concerns, we need to learn how to live sustainably. Living sustainably will allow us to conserve our limited resources more wisely so they will be available for future generations (Withgott & Brennan, 2011, Chapter 1). Although more people are aware of the impacts we have on our environment, there are still people that choose to ignore scientific evidence, or do not fully understand the consequences....   [tags: Sustainable Living]

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One Life to Live (soap opera)

- One Life to Live is a soap opera broadcasted on the ABC channel on the weekdays. I started to watch this show when I was a sophomore in high school, and when I used to come home from school, my mom would be watching it. That is how I got addicted to it. The story takes place in a town called Llanview. One Life to Live appeals to many viewers because the show keeps the viewers hanging onto the episode’s next scene. The viewers know that if they watch the last scenes of one episode, then, the next day, the story may change or something unexpected might happen....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Socrates and Epicurus - Live Life Without Fear of Death

- Many people seem to fear death, but philosophers such as Socrates and Epicurus would argue that one has no reason to fear it. Socrates sees death as a blessing to be wished for if death is either nothingness or a relocation of the soul, whereas Epicurus argues that one shouldn't worry themselves about death since, once we are gone, death is annihilation which is neither good nor bad. Epicurus believes that death itself is a total lack of perception, wherein there is no pleasure or pain. I agree with Epicurus because Socrates doesn't give a sound argument for death as a blessing, whereas Epicurus' argument is cogent....   [tags: Why We Should Not Fear Death]

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One Life To Live!

- “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that counts, but the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln. A few days ago, I met up with friends that I haven’t seen in ages. As we shopped and cruised from mall to mall, we reminisced about the good old days, told each other about where we were and what we’re planning to do with life. That day, I realized how much I have accomplished in life, and how much more I aspire to do in the following years. At age nineteen, though the number of years in my life is not too great, I know that the life in my years have been great so far....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essays]

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I 've Lived A Good Life And Plan For Live For A Few More Decades

- Journal Entry #23,725: Introspection 9/27/2080 Journal, I 've lived a good life and plan to live for a few more decades. I just found out that my 15th grandchild will be born soon and will be named after me. My aging has gone well thanks to the advancements in medicine and technology. I 've been fortunate to receive personalized medical treatments and technology that helps me function as if I were years younger. I have Internet check-ins with my doctor and receive recommendations to enhance my living....   [tags: Ageing, Gerontology, Old age, Better]

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If You Got A Second Chance At Life Would You Live It?

- Introduction If you got a second chance at life would you live it. If for some miracle life was given back to you, would you accept it with open arms. Would you find your wings and dive to earth with a smile on your face. What about you. Yes, you. How would you feel about a second chance. Would it be meaningful to you, or would it just be another absolute right. I have loads of questions for him. He who’s name shall remain unknown. Yes, I decided on my own will that he is definitely a boy. How could he not be....   [tags: Time, Future, Present, Past]

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What I Have A Huge Impact On My Life And The Way I Live

- I feel my individual and family background is pretty simple. I am a white female whose religion is Christianity and grew up surrounded by others just like me. The last name McElroy comes from Ireland and my mother’s maiden is Mosher which comes from German. I currently live in a small town called Richwood which I believe to have a huge impact on my life and the way I live it. I attended a small school and my graduating class had about 107 students where everyone knew everyone. I also currently work for a small community bank....   [tags: Racism, White people, Colored, Person of color]

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Society As A Gilded Cage

- Society as a gilded cage refers to people living a life with boundaries. The people living this type of life don’t live life to its full potential because they feel as though there are limits to what they can do. Two examples of individuals living this type of life would be Tom from a “Glass Menagerie” and Nora from “Doll House”. Both these individuals had the opportunity to live a free life but felt as though they had limits causing them to live a restrained life. Although both individuals seemed to be complete opposites they shared similar characteristics....   [tags: Family, Personal life, Bertolt Brecht, Live CD]

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Criticism of Democracy as a Criticism on How to Live One’s Life

- The majority of Socrates’ criticism of democracy in the Republic deals with how he ideally thinks a society should be structured. However, if individuals witnessing this dialogue in fifth century Athens were considering this argument simply in terms of how a government should run, they would be missing Socrates’ main point. For Socrates is actually discussing something much more personal to his audience through means of the republic, their soul. He states this when he introduces the republic, “Therefore, I suggest that we first consider the nature of justice and injustice as they appear in the republic, and then examine the individual, going from the larger and the smaller and then comparing...   [tags: Philosophy]

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Applying Siddhartha's How to Live Without Irony to the University of Florida Good Life Course

- The object of the Good Life Course is not only to acclimate college freshmen to the University of Florida; but also to expand students out look on the world beyond the walls of the classroom, but how does that relate to student actually finding and achieving a good life. The purpose of the course is to broaden student’s cultural understanding and acceptance in order to find a more genuine sense of self, paradoxically what most people define as a good life. Siddhartha and the article “How to Live Without Irony” relate to finding a true sense of self because both readings warrant self-analysis and discovery to achieve what one defines as happiness and a good life....   [tags: self, happiness, goals]

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Comparing Blainey 's Account Of Life During The Period 1500-1800 With Your Observations About How People Live Today

- WIDE BORDERS Topic: To answer this question, compare Blainey’s account of life in the period 1500-1800 with your observations about how people live today. Introduction [250words] In your introduction, you need to introduce the topic to the reader, and say what you will do in the rest of your essay. World history is the best way to understand how the society of today has developed and change, especially if we are referring to western civilization. As we currently consider that many people do not have the jobs they need, or having to learn new trades or skills because many jobs are becoming obsolete with the continuous advent or development of working robots and machine technology, the rea...   [tags: Western culture, Western world, Western Europe]

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Humans Can Not Live On Mars

- Mars Buzz Aldrin once said, “By refocusing our space program on Mars for America’s future, we can restore the sense of wonder and adventure in space exploration that we knew in the summer of 1969. We won the moon race; now it’s time for us to live and work on Mars, first on its moons and then on its surface.” The possibilities and questions about if life on Mars, the red planet in the solar system, have been around for years. With new research, this possibility is becoming a more of a reality everyday....   [tags: Mars, Water, Colonization of Mars, Life]

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Abortion: The Fetus Has A Right To Live

- Globally, the practice of abortion terminates millions of pregnancies every year. In the United States alone, abortion “peaked in 1990 (1.6 million), and public support for abortion peaked soon thereafter”. This statistic was averaged to 1.3 million every year. Historically, two opposing groups have emerged in debates over abortion-the “Pro-life” and the “Pro-choice.” The main question is in the determination of whether a fetus is “human” or “nonhuman.” The pro-life camp believes that the fetus is a human from the moment of conception, and any attempt to remove an early pregnancy is simply an act of “murder”, and a denial of life to the helpless unborn....   [tags: Abortion, Pro Life Essays]

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How Long Humans can Live

- In the field of gerontology, there is no other issue which is as contentious as the question of how long humans can live. One school maintains that human life can be extended for any number of years. While the opposing school says that there is definitely an age limit beyond which human life cannot be extended. Aging is labeled as the accumulation of diverse harmful changes occurring in cells and tissues with advancement of age that are responsible for the increased risk of disease and death. (Harman 2003)....   [tags: life expectancy, aging, gerontology]

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Analysis Of Emily Dickinson 's ' Live Every Moment '

- Live Every Moment Emily Dickinson is an American poet who encourages individuals to embrace the idea of death rather than fearing it. Having grown up in a city with a very high mortality rate Dickinson accepts how common death is in the natural life cycle and depicts this in her poetry. Although a very isolated individual, Dickinson is able to describe her acceptance and comfort with the idea of death in her poems and convey them to her readers. Dickinson’s poems encourage readers to live every moment as it were their last because it is unknown when death will come....   [tags: Death, Afterlife, Life, Fear]

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You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Live Free!

- Choosing the best living environment is an integral part of students' academic success and financial stability throughout college. Where one lives often dictates the people with whom he or she associates, extracurricular activities, time spent on school work, and consequently one’s GPA in school. Any decision made in regards to housing can be seen as containing both positive and negative factors; however, after diligent research and studying the facts, even just the idea of requiring anyone to live on-campus is absolutely absurd....   [tags: living off-campus, college life]

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How Does Exercise Help You Live Longer

- How Does Exercise Help You Live Longer “Live long and prosper,” This popular quote is an example of taking over your life and prospering with good health. You have a chance to extend your life by doing physical exercise. Sitting around and lying on the couch all day will not help your health. Most video games will also contribute to lack of activity. Physical exercise can benefit you in so many ways. For instance, exercise can prevent obesity, make you heart healthy, make you stronger, and several more....   [tags: Quality of Life, Health, Wellbeing, Exercise]

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The Prevalence Of Pwd Who Live Alone

- The authors of this study aimed to discover empirical data, which involves aspects that can be observed through the senses (LiBiondo-Wood & Haber, 2013), on people with dementia (PWD) who live alone in community dwellings (Eichle et al., 2016). Specifically, the research conducted looked to uncover the prevalence of PWD who live alone, without caregiver support as well as those who live alone in supportive community-dwellings, in addition to a variety of characteristics, such as the utilization of nursing and other health-based services (Eichle et al., 2016)....   [tags: Scientific method, Research, Meaning of life]

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Loss of Love and Power, but Long Live the Art!

- Nothing is everlasting. Love, power, and even hatred are transient. The feelings of people, as people die, they disappear. However, in “Ozymandias” by Percy Bysshe Shelly and “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning, art is everlasting. Even through the loss of one’s reputation and wife (whether it was by chance or purposefully) the work of art outlived. No matter how mighty or how strong a thing or a person is, when it comes to this world, it isn't important because it is condemned to vanish. All the tyrants who ever existed or will exist will disappear....   [tags: art, love, life]

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I Saw a Life Performance at Birmingham Repertory Theatre

- On 29 of September 2009, I went to the Birmingham Repertory Theatre to watch the live performance of east is east, and then we have been told to write a theatre review explaining the story of the play, the set, the characters costume, actor’s voice and then conclude about the live performance. The play was written by Ayub-Khan-Din telling his story about his childhood. The play we watched was rewritten. The play east is east is based on family, culture clash, identity clash, freedom of choice, imprisonment and arranged marriage....   [tags: Theatre, live performance, ]

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Live Television

- Live Television In the Article The Concept of Live Television: Ontology as Ideology, Jane Feuer presents the idea of liveness in television. Television as an institution identifies all messages emanating from the apparatus as live. However in the technological advances, the meaning of live has greatly changed. Computerized editing equipment has made editing as flexible as most film editing. Much of this new equipment is used for the recording and freezing of "live" sports events that were supposed to be the glory of the medium....   [tags: Concept of Live Television TV]

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Metaphors We Live By written by Lakoff and Johnson

- Metaphors We Live By written by Lakoff and Johnson The road goes ever on and on. Down from the door from where it began. Now far ahead the road has gone and I must follow it if I can. Pursuing it on weary feet until I joins some larger way where many paths and errands meet and whether then I cannot say. J.R.R. Tolkien I recently read the book Metaphors We Live By written by Lakoff and Johnson. I had always thought that metaphors, when used to illustrate logical, objective arguments, poetical flourishes, the icing on the cake, the supporting cast but never the star....   [tags: Metaphors Live Lackoff Johnson Essays]

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"Why I Live at the P.O" by Eudora Welty

- Often when children are spoiled, they develop a sense of superiority to those around them. However, after leaving the closed environment of a household, the need for authority and supremacy can create unintended consequences imbedded with sorrow. The fallout from this misfortune is seen in “Why I Live at the P.O.” in the family quarrel that ensues due to the return of Stella-Rondo. Throughout the narration, the author asserts that because, the world is apathetic to one’s dilemmas, a shielded and pampered upbringing can only hamper personal development....   [tags: Why I Live at the P.O.]

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The Live Performance Of, Disgraced And The Filmed Production Of Chicago

- For this assignment, I chose to view the live performance of, Disgraced and the filmed production of, Chicago. Disgraced, was about a man in New York of Pakistan descent who had disowned his religion of Islam. He seemed to be living the American Dream, a married working lawyer living in New York. However, his past Islamic beliefs catch up with him, turning his life to a downwards spiral. He ends up losing everything he worked so hard to achieve. Chicago follows the life of a young girl who has moved to Chicago in search of fame....   [tags: Performance, Audience, Live albums, Theatre]

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Life Is Short

- When we are having fun, time passes swiftly away. In contrast, when we have nothing to do, time hardly passes by. A second seems longer than a minute, a minute longer than an hour. However, 10 hours seem just 10 minutes when its fun, when we are engaged in something we enjoy doing. When we talk with a broader point of view, we say life is t short to live to the full if we are enjoying our life and still have millions of things we want to do but know we can’t because life’s just too short. But for someone who is not at all enjoying life or whatever he/she is doing, one is too afraid to live life to the full, life is too long....   [tags: Life]

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Ruby Bridges: Rockwell Painting The Problem We All Live With

- At the age of six years old, many children are playing outside, interacting with other kids, and are living a relaxing and carefree lifestyle. But that was not the case for Ruby Bridges, six-year-old activist, who spent most of her childhood fighting for integration in schools. Without the perseverance, determination and huge contribution to the Civil Rights Movement from Ruby Bridges, the schools’ policy of integrating the educational system might have never changed. Ruby was born in Mississippi in 1954, the year the United States decided to order integration in schools....   [tags: tolerance, unity, carefree life style ]

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Richard Taylor 's Life Of Life

- In dealing with the matter of the meaning of life, Richard Taylor does not really go ahead and give a clear example of what he thinks makes a meaningful life, instead he suggests us to think of an example case of a meaningless life. He fixes on the example of Sisyphus, sentenced to push a large boulder up a hill for the rest of time. Each time he go to the top, the boulder would roll back down and his task would begin again. This stands out and a very meaninglessness life. Taylor then suggests ways that could make the life of Sisyphus meaningful....   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, Boulder, Absurdism]

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Urban Life vs. Rural Life

- Imagine having to choose to reside in one place for the rest of your life. Which would you opt for. Some people would argue that the hyperactive lifestyle that a big city has to offer has more benefits than living in the country. However, others would contend that the calm and peaceful environment of the countryside is much more rewarding. Several people move from the city to a farm to get away from the hustle and bustle. Likewise, some farmers have traded in their tractors and animals to live a fast paced city life....   [tags: City Life Versus Country Life]

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`` What Is The Meaning Of Life?

- Tom Morris’s chapter titled “What is the Meaning of Life?” discusses several different viewpoints on this question. He discusses particularly three perspectives Nihilism, do-it-yourself-approach, and the theistic belief in search for the best answer. The basic idea behind Nihilism that Morris’s discusses is expressed in the words of Sigmund Freud, “ The moment a man questions the meaning and value of life, he is sick, since objectively neither has existence.” that life has no meaning. According to Morris he states that this is bad philosophy and is represented by poets, rock musicians, and filmmakers that represent this point of view....   [tags: Meaning of life, Philosophy of life, Life]

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Life Extension Is The Prolonging Of Life

- We all have a purpose in this world that is often called destiny or fate; we all have our lives planned out, and there is a time and a place for everything. From the moment we are born to the time we die, everything happens for a reason. However, what would happen if we added life extension. In the context of this essay, life extension is the prolonging of life in which one cannot die from natural causes, where one can do things that are considered impossible in reality. However, with every good outcome there is an adverse outcome and moreover, the negative results tend to outweigh the positive outcomes....   [tags: Time, Life, Henry Luce, Logic]

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Family as Theater in Eudora Welty's Why I Live at the P.O.

- Family as Theater in Eudora Welty's Why I Live at the P.O.       The outspoken narrator of Eudora Welty's "Why I Live at the P.O.," known to us only as "Sister," intends to convince us--the world at large--that her family has "turned against" her, led on by her sister, itella-Rondo. To escape her family, she explains, she has left home and now lives at the P.O., where she is postmistress. As she delivers her monologue, the narrator reveals more about herself than she intends. We see her as a self-centered young woman who enjoys picking fights and provoking melodramatic scenes in which she is the center of attention....   [tags: Why I Live at the P.O.]

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An Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living

- In our world today, there are two types of people that exist; people who examine their lives and people who do not examine their lives. It is a decision that every parent, teenager and child makes during some point in their lives. One might state that their are benefits to living an unexamined life. One is able to do whatever they please since they are never questioning their own actions. They are not forced to uphold any morales since they believe that the only thing that matters to them is to “enjoy life” now and to forget about the future....   [tags: Meaning of life, Personal life, Thought, Life]

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The Pursuit Of An Authentic Life

- In the Pursuit of an Authentic Life In many aspects of life, people look for some kind of meaning to have a purpose to live. Some people take their life journeys seriously, but others may take a turn in the opposite direction. A person such as Ivan Illyich lives a mediocre life, that does not give true happiness. However, Chris McCandless, an adventurous person that had the pleasure of traveling around the western territories of North America. Living a full and happy life means a lot to people, or people enjoy living a cookie-cutter life that is premade for them....   [tags: Happiness, Personal life, Meaning of life, Life]

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City Life Versus Country Life

- City Life Versus Country Life Imagine having to choose to reside in one place for the rest of your life. Which would you opt for. Some people would argue that living in a big city has more benefits than that of living in the country. However, there are many people who would argue that the country life is much more rewarding. Several people move from the city to a farm to get away from the hustle and bustle. Likewise, some farmers have traded in their tractors and animals to live a faster paced city life....   [tags: Lifestyle, Working Life, Diversity]

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The Effects of Wrong Descions on Life

- I have realized recently that friends should not have any affect at all on the decisions made in life. This does not vary whether you are a middle school student, college student, or even a grown and mature adult. Making a wrong decision at the wrong time can have many negative affects on life. A wrong decision might only affect you temporarily or it could stay with you for the rest of your life. It could cost you a job or could keep you from getting into the college you dreamed of going to your whole life....   [tags: life, teens]

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Life Inspired By Death : Mrs. Dalloway

- Isabella Thompson Prof. Feldman ENAM 3800 April 23, 2015 Life Inspired by Death: Mrs. Dalloway Interpreted by The Gay Science Life and death are dualities. These two immaterial forces culminate into a beautiful and tenuous composition creating an awareness of abject mortality that indirectly contributes to the breadth and depth of human existence. This existence or being is marked by an incessant love of life, influenced by the pervasive knowledge of eventual death. The characters in Mrs. Dalloway endeavor to grasp the meaning of both life and death through the act of resistance and/or acceptance of the impermanence of human existence as it relates to them personally and to those around t...   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, Existence]

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The Book Of Life By Northrop Frye

- In the movie, The Book of Life, there is an ability to compare the concepts and the plot of the movie to the ideas that Northrop Frye discusses in his lectures called The Educated Imagination. This would be through comparing Fryes levels of the mind to the three main characters in the movie which are Manolo, Maria, and Joaquin. Other key concepts are relating conventions found in The Book of Life to previous literature and films, creating meaning of images and symbols seen in the movie and how they can be associated to our daily lives, and making a comparison between the main characters horizontal and vertical perspectives and their relation to the human perspectives that have previously bee...   [tags: Meaning of life, Mind, Life, Psychology]

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Definition Essay : Meaning Of Life

- Meaning Of Life I have always been to asking myself what is meaning of life. or what I supposed to do . or what I have to achieve. . Meaning of life what 's you have been given. what you have given by different kind of human. Or what I believe or what I do not believe in life .Everybody have Meaning of life it depends between person to person, I found myself when I was young because my parents always talk about experience in their life.Throughout my entire life ,I have wondered about the significance meaning of life that has beneficial for the people, because the life is beginning odds and ending odds .Even though struggle of life, I believe meaning of life are ,regional ,ambition, partic...   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, Spirituality, Religion]

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Happiness Is The Meaning And Purpose Of Life

- Good afternoon and welcome to the Annual English Teachers Association Conference. The great aristotle once said, “Happiness is the meaning and purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence”. Today we will be discussing The Search for Meaning: Happiness and Existence - A Student’s Perspective. Happiness is defined as “a state of mind or feeling characterized by contentment, love, satisfaction, pleasure or joy.” The Dalai Lama once said “happiness is not a luxury but the purpose of our existence.” We, like the Dalai Lama, believe that happiness is the meaning of life....   [tags: Meaning of life, Absurdism, Existentialism, Life]

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An Reflection Of Life 's Meaning

- The theistic response to life’s meaning is when one believes their life’s meaning is to live according to God’s Plan. The type of people that usually have this response to the question of life’s meaning are religious people. From a religious standpoint, as a child you are taught that God created you and he has a specific plan for your life, so if you are raised in the church it is engrained in you from a young age that God decides your meaning of life. People that do not believe in God would completely reject this response....   [tags: Meaning of life, Human, Plato, Life]

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The Life Of A Nursing Home

- Have you ever been in a nursing home or in an environment where there were senior citizens. If so, have you ever wonder about their journey through life. Well, I’ve most certainly have, creating this biography gave me an opportunity to have an insight, on how someone once live their life and the obstacles they went through to be the person they are today. I was blessed with the pleasure of interviewing my Great-Uncle by the name of Gary Belizaire, whom is a retired veteran. This assignment couldn’t have been given at a better time....   [tags: Personal life, Lifestyle, Life, Military]

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