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  • The Six Dimensions of Wellness

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    good sense of humor, and is creative. They would always be challenging their minds by learning new skills or information throughout their life. A few good examples of people who are intellectually well are: Aristotle, Thomas Edison and, of course, Albert Einstein. The fourth dimension is interpersonal wellness. It is defined by a person’s relationships. A person who has good commun... ... middle of paper ... ...ellness. But as an adult who is capable of making my own choices, I have found

  • All Quiet on the Western Front

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    In the words of Otto Von Bismarck, “Anyone who has ever looked into the glazed eyes of a soldier dying on the battlefield will think hard before starting a war.” Many of the preceding war novels to All Quiet on the Western Front, misrepresented or overlooked the anguish of war, in favor of more resplendent ideals such as glory, honor, or nationalism. The predominant issue of All Quiet on the Western Front is the terrible atrocities of war. The reality that is portrayed in the novel is that there

  • T.S. Eliot's The Wasteland

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    scene, Albert tells his wife how he thinks she is ugly and can’t fulfill what he desires of her. As he goes on, she makes excuses about why she is ugly and can’t... ... middle of paper ... ...Org: Public Affairs on the Web. 13 Dec. 2000: 24 Jan. 2001. http://www.c-span.org/campaign2000/bushspeech.asp. Brooks, David. Bobos in Paradise : The New Upper Class and How They Got There. New York: Simon, 2000. Eliot, T.S. The Waste Land, Prufrock and Other Poems. New York: Dover, 1998. Gore, Albert

  • Bill Clinton: 42nd President of the United States

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    The name of my President is Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States of America. Bill Clinton was born on August 19, 1946, in the small town of Hope, Arkansas. Bill was named after his father, William Jefferson Blythe II, who had been killed in a car accident just three months before he was born. Bill’s birth name was William Jefferson Blythe III. His mother, Virginia Cassidy Blyth, moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, to study nursing and find a way to support herself and

  • Vegetarianism And The Effects Of Vegetarianism On One's Health

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    Introduction Background of the issue This report is written to examine the effects of vegetarianism on one’s health as there have been much debate and speculation among people from all walks of life on the health benefits and drawbacks of adopting a vegetarian diet. According to the Mariam-Webster online dictionary, vegetarianism is defined as the theory or practice of living on a mostly meat-free, vegetarian diet for moral, religious, environmental, or health reasons. The earliest records of

  • Problems with Immigration

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    Austin T. Jr. The Illegal Alien: Criminal or Economic Refugee? Staten Island: Center for Migration Studies, 1973. Gerston, Larry and Terry Christensen. California Politics and Government: A Practical Approach. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1993. Gore, Albert Jr. "North American Free Trade Agreement." C-SPAN. 15 Dec. 1993. Hernandez, Efrain Jr. and Simon, Richard. "Despite Gains, Latino Voters Still Lack Clout." L.A. Times 4 Dec 1994: A1. Limbaugh, Rush. "Open-Line Friday." KFI, Los Angeles

  • Global Warming Argumentative Essay

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    2010. Bushnell, Dennis M. "Conquering Climate Change." The Futurist. 14.3: 1A. The Futurist, EBSCOhost. Web. 20 April 2010. Kolbert, Elizabeth. Field Notes from a Catastrophe: A Frontline Report on Climate Change. London: Bloomsbury, 2007. Print. Gore, Albert. An Inconvenient Truth: The Crisis of Global Warming. New York: Viking, 2007. Print. Macintyre, Steve. "Climate Audit." Climate Audit. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Mar. 2014. Arndt, D.S., M.O. Baringer, and M.R. Johnson, eds. 2010: State of the climate in

  • Why We Shouldn't Abandon The Constitution of the United States

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    mind-boggling. It is something that a revolutionist might have coined over 200 years ago and it leaves much to the imagination. It is about as close to being treasonous as one could get without actually committing the crime. The former Vice-President Albert Gore once stated that "the constitution was a living breathing document, open to change". His statement was quite controversial and it definitely created a stir with the patriot-cult crowd. Why would anyone want to scrap the entire Constitution of

  • global warming

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    It was a dark morning that Sunday, it was the 28th of August of 2005. Douglas and his family heard a storm was coming, so they went to his mother-in-law´s house, as they always did when there were storms. They were there, and Douglas went to the bay behind the house to check the level of the water. It was too high, and the wind was getting stronger, so he went to warn his wife, daughter, and mother-in-law. As he was heading back, the roof of the house collapsed. None of the three women survived.

  • Carson McCullers

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    (Feld 2373). She also had a remarkable imagination; ``She s... ... middle of paper ... ...``Carson McCullers". American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies. Unger, Leonard ed. vol 2 . NY: Scribner, 1974. 586-587. Griffith, Albert J. ``Carson McCullers'Myth of the Sad Café". Georgia Review. Spring, 1967. 46-56. Rtp. Riley, Carolyn, ed. "McCullers". Contemporary Literacy Criticism. vol 1. MI: Gale Research Company, 1973. 209. Hart, James D. ``McCullers". The Oxford Companion