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    and not be as obvious to spot. The book StrengthsQuest: Discover and Develop Your Strengths in Academics, Career, and Beyond defines strength as “the ability to provide consistent, near-perfect performance in a given activity” (Clifton & Anderson, 2006, p.4). After taking the Strengthsfinder survey, I found that my five greatest strengths are consistency, developer, discipline, responsibility, and belief (Gallup, 2010). Although some of these strengths have been apparent to me in the past, I was

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    What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger

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    Borrowing from Friedrich Nietzsche's statement, "That which does not kill us makes us stronger," Kelly Clarkson unleashes an up-tempo empowerment anthem for recovering from bad relationships. Everyone endures a bad breakup at some point in their life, and a pick me up song like "Stronger," written by Jorgen Elofsson, David Gamson, and Ali Tamposi helps listeners pick up the pieces of a broken heart and move on to bigger and better things. Breakups can be extremely difficult, and they can be amicable;

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    Jewish Attitudes in Different Situations

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    While Badenheim 1939 and Jacob the Liar both deal with Jews in an unnamed ghetto/community on the eve of deportation, the attitudes and actions of the Jewish populations were different and similar in a few ways. After reading Michael Bernstein’s discussion of Badenheim, my views on how Badenheim 1939 and Jacob the Liar have changed. With that said, I came to an understanding of my own that Badenheim 1939 and Jacob the Liar both differ from each other and have some attitudes common. Also, the Bernstein’s

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    Everyone has someone who impacts their life; my person happened to come to me in my 6th grade year when I met the teacher that had an influence on my life forever. Her name was Shonda Briggs, Mrs. Briggs was what I called her, and she was my English teacher. She was someone who taught me one of the most valuable lessons that I have learned so far in life: Never waste an opportunity to learn. In sixth grade I chose to express my feelings by turning to reading and writing. Mrs. Briggs could see

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    The light, so brilliant and beautiful, everywhere always everywhere, filling every corner and creves. Shining around me, through me, from me. I feel delishesly warm, the heat spreading though out my entire body. All my nerves and senses completely aware of all life, even the smallest miniscule particles. Then the voices, they are always next, as much as I relish hearing them, I also dread it because I know what is coming after. “You are complete” they whisper in a warm, kind tone, one that puts me

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    The Color of Change

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    Sunlight peered through the boarded ceiling in the old barn turning straw into spun gold, horses whinnied and chuffed from time to time, their manure ripe and pungent from the heat, and outside a war raged on. Sharecropping between the races had begun recently, but it hadn't changed much. Ignorance was prevalent still and so death hung in the air while life proceeded forward as with wet wool weighing her down. "Nevertheless, my love, it will all be over soon. Johnny is sure of it. The Union has lost

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    In the novel The Tortilla Curtain there is a lot of themes, some of the themes are Racism and The American Dream. Racism is an important theme because of how T.C Boyle portrays racism towards Mexicans and immigrants by such acts like building the wall around Arroyo Blanco and when Jack Jardine Jr. seeks and destroys the Ricóns camp and then proceeding to vandalizing people’s property and then framing the Mexicans. The American Dream is a huge theme not just for the immigrants, although that is where

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    In His Touch.

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    Derek had found, it would surprise you just how many ways Stiles blatantly displayed what he was capable of everyday. It would surprise you how time and time again his abilities and notions went unnoticed, despite how often he showed just what he could do. It was in the things he said and how he said them- his sarcasm dripping and wit sharpened from practice and sass, his mind brimming with everything he could tell you at any given moment. Derek had found that for all Stiles seemed to ramble, for

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    Why would people hurt themselves? I mean depression, anorexia, and bulimia, are not the answers to your problem in life they just lead to death. The answer to your problems would be to go get some help from your friends, family, peers, doctors, and your counselors tell them how you feel and they can help you through it. However, the main answer is God pray to him to help you through it God never fails you he is always there for you no matter what. God made people the way they are. That’s the main

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    Once upon a time, there was a beautiful princess named Gwen. She cared about everyone, from her father’s dukes to the peasants in the villages. She even cared for the animals in the field by her castle. Everyday she would walk through the field, singing in the most beautiful voice. The birds would sing along with her and the rabbits would hop along at her feet, listening to her gorgeous voice. Even the nasty mosquitoes wouldn’t bite her, for then she would stop singing. One day when Gwen was about

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