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    Analysis of the Song Some Nights by Fun

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    "Fun" is an American indie pop band formed by Nate Ruess in 2008. Since then they have released two albums, Aim and Ignite in 2009 and Some Nights in 2012. Both of these albums were both financially successful because of their deep and meaningful lyrics that Nate himself wrote. Their song, “Some Nights”, was released on June 4, 2012 as part of the album with the same name. The song is interesting because reading the lyrics, listening to the song, and watching the music video all give different meanings

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    Famous spiritual leader and philosopher Swami Vivekananda, once said the way to success is to "Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone." To me this quote embodies what is it takes to be successful. Much like a marathon the goal isn't to come in first place and win but to simply finish and to do that you have to want to keep going

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    True Love

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    Throughout many of our lives we are presented with feelings of lust and desire. During these fits of longing we are presented with many different ways to react to these conflicts, some of which aren’t the most rational way to go about coming to a conclusion. However, in most cases we will be given a new, more positive outlook on life because as humans we enjoy the unexpected surprise that is brought fourth from these internal conflicts. It is from these types of situations that we are given new

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    This essay isn't about the "perfect" family. This essay is about a successful family, e.g. one that meets most of the needs and goals of its members. A family where everyone is physically safe and emotionally content. To achieve this, let's examine three key factors of a successful family. The best interests of the children. No one thinks about divorce on their wedding day, except pre-nuptial lawyers. You and your mate promise to communicate well and work through problems based upon your love

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    Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun revolves around a short but difficult period in the lives of the Younger family. Each family member has dreams of a higher quality of life; free from the pressures of poverty and the literal confines of an outgrown and decrepit apartment. Ultimately, the ambitions of each Younger are inspired by dreams of a better life for the family as a whole. Though each Younger approaches this goal differently, they each desire to rise above their current position in the

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    Love is the most powerful feeling than any other. It is invisible, yet it is potent enough to transform a person, and offer more joy than any material possession could. Based on this, it 's possible to relate the book The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho, with the Polish film Jestem (I Am), by Dorota Kędzierzawska. The novel tells the story of a shepherd named Santiago who, after a repeated dream, decides to go on a long trip from Spain to Egypt, because, according to his dream, it is next to the pyramids

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    People have been using it forever, we know that there are not any super serious long term affects, like serious effects in the same way that alcohol is. Male Speaker: Or cigarettes. Female Speaker 3: Or like heroine affects you and so I think, that coupled with each other, a lot of times, people don’t act out as much as they are when you smoke marijuana as if you were drunk. You are not as apt to hurt someone or things along those lines. Interviewer: Are there any disadvantages to using marijuana

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    1. I had several early impressions of self. Occasionally I feel like I cannot control my words or actions as if they were out of my control. I believe this happens to everyone. For example, we do or say some words that we remorse. My assumption is we try to think before we speak, but that is not always the case. For the last several years, I have been trying to learn and take control of the event, and I failed so I blame myself. That causes me to have low self-esteem which usually puts me in a negative

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    In the Greek century most drama plays were tragic, as was the play "The Love of the Nightgale," written by Timberlake Wertembakers. Without reading the play first, we were given the chance to watch the play on campus. After reading the book I found there to be many similar and different perspectives between the both of them. When the audience views the play, the production depends on how well the actors portray their character. On the opening night there wasn't as many audience members so the character

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    Perception and reality do not always align. Is true love really true love, or is it a farce, a self-created mythical re-interpretation of the thing we hold so dear? In The Great Gatsby, is Gatsby really in love with Daisy, or his vision of her? Does she feel the same way for him, or does she truly love him? And what does the green light at the end of Daisy’s dock mean to Gatsby? As Gatsby falls in love with Daisy, Nick is slightly intrigued by this almost improbable match. How can a determined, wealthy

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