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    My Wonderful Life!

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    Just weeks after I was born a scripture stood out to my parents, Isiah 55:12, and since that time they have read it, prayed it, and repeated it to me numerous times. The verse has seemed to fit my personality, my activities, and my perceptions of life and future. Being the first born, I have always been a leader, an organizer, and a trailblazer. I enjoy being the daughter of parents who pastor a Christian church, I have had many opportunities to travel to other cities, states, and countries for

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    This was an extraordinary movie that showed the homely small-town moral values through glossy studio production. I really enjoyed this movie. It has very quickly become one of my favorite movies of all times. The characters were very good. I thought this movie to be beautifully told and acted, with Reed, Barrymore, and other ensemble members perfectly cast. The actors were very convincing. George Bailey was an ordinary guy. An example of this was went he was at the train station waiting for his brother

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    The Powerful Message of It’s a Wonderful Life It’s a Wonderful Life begins in the “party economy” of the 1920’s, during the rise of capitalism in America. The growth of economy and rapid technological advances during this post-war period lead to improvements in production and telecommunication, increasing the importance of financial markets. Allowing companies to make money by the sale of shares, financial markets opened ownership of companies to the public. In the 1920’s, when business was booming

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    In the movie, It's A Wonderful Life, the main character, George Bailey, wants to kill himself, but by his family and friends' prayers, two angels stop him. They appoint Clarence, a second-class angel, to save George in order to earn his wings. Before George has suicidal thoughts, we see important events in his life that lead up to this moment. When his younger brother, Harry, was 9 years old, he fell into an icy pond, and George saved his life. He prevented the drugstore owner he worked for from

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    Grapes of Wrath and It's a Wonderful Life Following the relatively prosperous era nicknamed the "Roaring Twenties" came the Great Depression. Unemployment skyrocketed and good times were hard to be found. In the movie "It's a Wonderful Life" - we see the transformation from stability to utter chaos. With World War I freshly over, there was joy and celebration to welcome American 'boys' coming back home. Huge technological improvements and scientific breakthroughs paved the way for larger, more

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    showing evolution as a ladder or cone, and if it were possible to “replay the tape of evolution” the results would be considerably different and specifically that humans may not come out of that result. Being the curious person I am, after I read A Wonderful Life I researched different theories surrounding evolutionary history. There was one that specifically struck my attention and seemed to fall in line very closely with Gould’s ideas about evolution. ...

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    Frank Capra’s, It’s a Wonderful Life illustrates a particular set of morals and values. In fact, most of Capra’s films include these basic values, which include love of hard work, love of community, love of country, and love of God (Dillon, 42). However, It’s a Wonderful Life magnifies these ideas in a way that is almost unavoidable. Considering the unpopularity of the film when it first opened, compared to its growing success over the years, a great deal can be said about our changing society and

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    Our society is full of exciting life changing events that affect people daily. However, some of the events that occur in our society are the opposite of exciting and are life changing in more negative ways. With all of the problems that are society experiences every day, based on race, class, and gender we are leaning towards ways in which we can learn more about the issues occurring to help prevent them from happening again. With the help of It’s a Wonderful Life, Crash, and the chapters that we

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    have never imagined. This experience may be divine or instructional, but for George Bailey this journey would provide him with a further sense of himself and love from the community that surrounds him. The film, It’s A Wonderful life, illustrates the hero’s journey through the life of George Bailey. In the Departure Stage, George finds himself crossing the threshold into an unknown world in hopes of finding his true purpose and going out to see the world. George is constantly placed in the shadow

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    Life is wonderful

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    The movie “A Wonderful Life” is another thing that has changed my life for the greater good. The movie taught me so many things about the meaning of life, friends, and being “rich”. This movie is not just a typical Christmas movie, its a movie that makes you see life in a different perceptive. One might thing their life is boring and the same everyday. Right after one watches this movie they will realize like I did, that even a boring is a life worth living and everyone of us has a purpose. The first

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