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  • To Believe or Not to Believe, That Is the Question

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    Talk about the tooth fairy and it is a different story. The majority of society believes in a supreme being, leaving a minority of non-believers. Society as a whole gives a multitude of beliefs, each with a wide range of thoughts and ideas regarding them. In determining whether or not to believe in a supreme being yourself, you should acknowledge these differences and must also take into consideration what you believe in your heart. There are many varieties of gods and the religions that follow

  • Believe in Yourself

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    belief in our lives. We were taught that belief has a major effect in our lives. This means that if we did not believe in ourselves our self esteem, motivation, and confidence would be affected in a negative way. Also, we were told that beliefs in our lives would affect the way we think about our environment and the people in our lives. Believing in ourselves gives us the ability to believe in God, who created us. Having beliefs (or a belief system) and faith in ourselves guides our path in our

  • To Believe or Not To Believe

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    To Believe or Not to Believe The short narrative “Salvation” portrays the life of Langston Hughes at an early age confronted with the decision to “come forward” and be saved. His aunt’s church,“ held a special meeting for children, ‘to bring the young lambs to the fold’”(Hughes, 197). Throughout the story, he sits in his seat, his aunt Reed sobbing the whole time, congregation pressuring him to “come and be saved,” and waiting to see Jesus. Yet nothing ever happens-no “bright light,” no Jesus, nothing

  • To Believe, or Not to Believe

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    In Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, trust becomes a hard thing to come by. Shortly after the witches speak to Macbeth and Banquo of their prophecies, the element of trust begins to degenerate until it becomes completely abolished. Characters that demonstrate good faith are no longer trustworthy unbeknownst to the person who has trust in them. These different extremes of trust clash, resulting in undesirable consequences for a multitude of characters. King Duncan and Macbeth’s relationship is a prominent

  • Death Of A Salesman

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    stubborn, and he has a false sense of his importance in the world. Willy is like an impetuous youngster with high ideals and high hopes. Children always have high hopes for their future. They all want to be astronauts or millionaires. Willy always believes he can achieve that kind of success. He never lets go of his wasted life. He dreams of being the man who does all of his business out of his house and dying a rich and successful man. Furthermore, Willy also dreams of moving to Alaska where he could

  • The Blitz In Britain

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    The Blitz In Britain 'Blitz' stands for heavy bombing attacks from the air. The word is a shortened form of the German 'Blitzkrieg', which means lightning war. Blitz describes the German air raids on Britain in 1940. Source A suggests the Bravery of the British people; it talks about the people being heroes. Looking at the first sentence, it describes the Bravery that the British people showed during the Blitz and says 'that they didn't have to be in uniform to be heroes.' This source

  • Being Yourself Gets You Farther than You Know

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    At least once a day, everybody believes to be something that they are not! Honestly, it feels good sometimes. In two plays, there were two characters whom have strongly deceived themselves to be who they were decades ago. The first play is The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. In this play, the character Amanda, the mother, acts as if she was a girl, young at heart, waiting for her suitor. In the second play, The Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, the character Willy is aversely stuck in

  • Steinbeck's Paradox and Dreams

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    The structure of the american paradox is complex. The dreams set through decades upon decades of generations have consumed the americans way of living. this paradox and dream is what we have come to not just base our entire lives around but build are morals, standards, and expectations for overall existence. “Paradox and Dream “ isn't like Steinbecks normal pieces of literature. Steinbeck's “Paradox and Dreams” is a sarcastic and criticism filled outlook on the self made paradox created by americans

  • Frederick Buechner's Novella, The Wizard's Tide: A Story

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    others he knows would: by avoiding it. Teddy is therefore a very immature character to begin with, being filled with corrupt views that others have made him to believe. In life, he must realize that it is not always okay to believe that everything is okay. To deal with reality, Teddy has his own methods of coping. Like others have made him believe to be right, he copes by escaping problems. However, unlike both his parents, Teddy has a much more serious escape. Instead of changing his world to be what

  • Does the Veterinarian Know Best?

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    are individually deemed front-runners in their field of care. Our authors are Dr. Lianne McLeod, a veterinarian, and John Clare a hobbyist/breeder. Both of which I will relate and contrast. When it comes to the direct care of an uncommon pet, I believe it’s best to go with a qualified expert. The first website I came across is, “The Reptile Channel.” This website is composed of articles by their magazine of the same name. The author of the article on TRC (and several others on the site) is John