Admire Essays

  • The Person I Admire Most, and Why

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    The Person I Admire Most, and Why Throughout grade school, I was an average student in academic subjects, partly because I was embarrassed about my accent. Things were even worse in P.E. I always tried to hide when my classmates picked teams for sports because I felt so awkward. When we played baseball or kickball, I always seemed to stumble in front of my classmates. Because I believed I was horrible at physical activities, without really even trying, I had no confidence and felt embarrassed

  • Britney Spears - A Woman I Admire

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    obvious person is my very own mother, but that made me think who else deserves to join this circle of reverence. Some names entered my mind, but do I really admire them? It is clear that women that enter my daily life like Oprah Winfrey have an impression on me, but impact and admiration do not always go hand in hand. Then I realized who I really admire: Britney Spears. The teen pop idol singer Britney Spears is a woman that I look up to for many reasons. She has tantalized the entire world's youth with

  • Humorous Wedding Speech – Reasons I Admire the Groom

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    Humorous Wedding Speech – Reasons I Admire the Groom Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen - I’m not an experienced public speaker, so I find it easier just to read the speech word for word. In fact, I’ve practiced it almost daily for about a week and a half now, so that I know it very well. It’s a tip that I read in a book about public speaking. I’ve also been drinking profusely to help calm my pre-speech nerves. I made that tip up myself. Laughter Yes, I am a little nervous about being the

  • Women in Sport: “Sacrificing the womanly attributes we admire”

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    Women in Sport: “Sacrificing the womanly attributes we admire” Do I sacrifice my ‘womanly attributes’ by making the choice to ski down a mountain with a 3000+ vertical drop, while traveling at 50-60 mph? Does my choice to do squats and engage in strength training, or my desire to do 300 sit-ups each night in order to achieve a six-pack, make me less of a woman? Is it odd that I do not enjoy displaying polite, ladylike behavior during every second of my existence? I do not think so. Society

  • What do you find to admire in the poetry of Christina Rossetti?

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    What do you find to admire in the poetry of Christina Rossetti? Christina Rossetti was born on the 5th December 1830 and died in 1894. She was an English poet and a devout High Anglican, from an Anglo - Italian background. She also was the sister of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who was a famous artist. Christina Rossetti could be described as one of the 19th Century's 'great odd women.' Even though she did have a variety of poems, no one has said she was a 'great' poet; however, the reason

  • Free Essays on Mansfield's The Doll's House

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    powers and blind justification of conformity within a society. The story commences with the arrival of the doll's house sent to the Burnell children.  The Burnells take a great liking to this new acquisition.  As the two older children admire the red carpet, red plush chairs, and gold frames of this highly ornamented house, Kezia, the youngest of the girls, takes an interest in the rather simple lamp. In fact, "what she liked more than anything, what she liked frightfully,

  • My Summer Adventure: Journal Entry

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    livestock that has died in the recent foot and mouth epidemic. That was probably the best thing that I did this summer. My next unforgettable thing that I did this summer was my jaunt to the GMO. This was really awesome for me because I love golf and I admire the players that can play it at that kind of level. It was so fun, I spent the whole day ensuing JP Hayes and Craig Stadler which was the coolest thing because afterwards they acknowledged that I had followed them and I got both of there signatures

  • athletes

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    and understands the meaning of teamwork. To himself the athlete is never good enough, aware that he is an example to others, the reason his team lost, but never why they won. An athlete is an amazing being. People may dislike him, but you have to admire his performance; doubt his capabilities, but never his courage; question his efficiency, but never his effort. People might be able to defeat the athlete, but never make him quit. The marshmallow athletes are the ones who do not care if they are on

  • High School Graduation

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    graduating class was to be there for 10:00 a.m. to pick up our cap and gown. The principal, Mr. James Cavallo, called out everyone’s name and proceeded to hand them their cap and gown. When he finally handed me my gown I quickly took it and sat to me admire it. Its funny how the simplest things can symbolize a whole new beginning. I sat and looked at this ugly maroon gown with this weird looking square hat. The ceremonies were to be held at the Mullins Center on the campus of the University of Massachusetts

  • Holocaust

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    to my father. The bakery, as well as my father was well known in Berlin. My father was consider a national hero and received much recognition for his outstanding performance in World War I. for me he was a tangible guide and a model to follow. I admire my father very much. When I turned six years old my mother took me to the “Berlin Elementary school” were I meet many off my companions and friends for the next stage of my life. Among the kids I meet in school there was one in particular that I like

  • Albert Einstein

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    I find most admirable about Albert Einstein is the way he thought up his theories and had the ability to conduct experiments on them. By doing this, he answered many questions of the scientific realm of the world. Some of the traits I admire are: 1. A trait I admire is his curiosity because he always wanted to find out how things worked. When he was five years old his father gave him a compass. It was a mystery to him. He wanted to know why the arrow always pointed north. His father explained magnetism

  • For the Love of Art

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    the art world by storm, an elephant that paints with his trunk, a computer generated interactive music machine, ok. The eye of the beholder. The prerequisite for art to be considered art is on the receiving side. I think it a human quality to admire or be affected by art. Like the tree that falls in the forest, is a painting art if nobody sees it? In an article written by Elaine Thornburgh and Jack Logan, they discuss the quality that all great art has, the ability to transcend time and place

  • Fading Away

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    Just because I don't eat chips when I come home from school or snack on cookies. Just because I'm trying to be healthy, you criticize me for making an effort," Stacie defended, raising her voice. "It's not about choosing healthy foods to eat. I admire your self control. I really do. You know I have difficulty saying no to deserts and different things. But Stacie, I can see you're not eating enough. Those jeans you're wearing, they fit you perfectly when you picked them out this summer but now you

  • Character Analysis of Fluer Pillager

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    know her. Her life force is drawn from the milieu. Her spirit seems to be analogous with nature. The immense energy of nature is a mystery and Fleur seems to have some power to control it, this also make her an ambiguity. The two traits that I most admire about her are the fact that she is an enigma and that she has a supernatural am...

  • Oveercoming an Injury - Not giving up

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    Select a person you admire or a significant life experience. In what way has this person or experience affected you? Running in a line, clumped unevenly together, my team ran out of the locker room with a burst of energy as the crowd slowly acknowledged our arrival on to the court. I glanced around to see who might be watching this anticipated win, and to look for my mom’s face up in the stands. I nervously waited for the ball to complete my first lay-up of the night, to ease my way into the game

  • Stopping By Woods On A Snowy E

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    a person the capability to live how he chooses. In the first poem, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, Frost vividly describes a freedom that many of us take for granted. He tells how he has decided to take the time to stop what he is doing and admire the snow as it falls in the woods and on a frozen lake. The man who owns these woods lives in the town and is ignorant of the beauty that they contain. He has not taken the time to notice how beautiful they are as the snow comes down. The owner of

  • Frankenstein

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    Frankenstein Love is an aspiration based on admiration and benevolence. To love another is to admire them and to have a warm attachment to them. Many things in one’s life have the ability to cloud or cover up feelings of love. Things such as rage, hate, ugliness, and revenge. Despite these negative feelings and thoughts, love is present in every being, every animal, and anything that possesses the beautiful thing we call life, because to be alive is lovin’. There is an excellent book titled Frankenstein

  • The Heroes of Lord of the Flies

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    Flies There are many possible interpretations of the word 'hero': sometimes it simply means the main character of a story, sometimes it denotes a person with a strong character who acts decisively, and sometimes it can mean the person we most admire in a story or who is the greatest force for good. Golding's Lord of the Flies has no clear hero but there are three major characters that could be seen as the heroes of the book. The first possible hero is Ralph. He is perhaps the most obvious

  • Pride And Prejudice: First Impressions

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    First Impressions First impressions are very important. In the Victorian age, people based their whole opinion of someone on first impressions. Most times the first impression of someone is not the way they truly are. Sometimes a first impression can cause you to think negative of someone but later you find out that they are very nice and a very positive person. One example is when Mr. Darcy meets Elizabeth in the book ,Pride and Prejudice. Elizabeth thinks Mr.darcy is a cruel and arrogant person

  • To Kill A Mockingbird - Relationship of Two Characters

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    school. For example, Scout states, "Jem was football crazy. Atticus was never too tired to play keep-away, but when Jem wanted to tackle him Atticus would say, `I'm too old for that, son (89).'" As the story line began to progress, Jem started to admire his father. After the episode with the mad dog, Jem had said, " ` `d you see him, Scout? `d you see him just standin' there?...'n' all of a sudden he just relaxed all over, an' it looked like that gun was a part of' he did it so quick