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  • The Creator

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    Someone who is not only known for his movies, but for his amusement parks is Walt Disney. Walt Disney had a rough start to his creative career, but he still managed to become one of the best creators of all time. As one of the most well-known creative minds of his time, Walt Disney is famous for both animation and family fun. To begin Walt Disney started out by making cartoons for his high school newspaper, and at night he took courses at the Chicago Art Institute. He soon moved to Kansas City and

  • God Is The Creator

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    God is the Creator Christianity is a religion which embodies the teachings of Jesus Christ. Christ is completely divine and mortal. He is God. He is truly unique in that He fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies of a coming Messiah. The aforementioned prophecies were explicitly communicated through the Bible, a guidebook for followers of Christianity. Specifically, the Old Testament is the foundation of many religions (i.e. Judaism, Islam and Christianity). The Bible (the Scripture) is composed

  • The Creator And Victim

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    Creator or Victim which role in your life would you play? We all have played the victim role some time in our lives. But after reading this essay you will change your way of thinking. In this essay I will be talking about a blog and an article written by two different men. These men names are Mr. Downing and Mr. Mirman, the two are in agreement with the same definition that a Creator and Victim plays! Mr. Downing wrote up a short article on the Creator and the Victim, his definition of

  • The Evolution of a Creator

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    desire for knowledge becomes so overwhelming that he begins to obsess over the semantics of life as well as the mysteries of the unknown. This sudden inspiration sparks a macabre passion inside of him as he proposes a new thesis: can God be the only creator? “The power of giving and taking away life has always been a sacred one attributed to God” (Jones). Perhaps his sudden change of character is what lead to his eventual termination. Over the course of the novel, Victor evolves from a dedicated scholar

  • The Creator of a Monster

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    the story. She does what no one had done before and writes something that would influence books and movies for years. One specific character, whose name is Victor Frankenstein, is questioned if he is a hero or not. Victor Frankenstein is the creator of the Monster. Victor Frankenstein is not a hero because he is irresponsible throughout the whole story and it creates a lot of problems. First of all, Victor isn’t a hero because he irresponsibly creates the monster. He created the monster because

  • The Creator of Relativity

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    Imagine a world where everything made sense and where everything was easy. This all changed when Einstein challenged and revised the ideas of relativity. Physicists did not know how to deal with the concept of speeds approaching the speed of light, or with how atoms got their mass, so they stuck to their simple relativity ideas. Physicists before Einstein believed that energy and mass were two separate ideas, and they should be considered differently, leading to the belief that speeds could be added

  • The Creator of Suspense

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    The Creator of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most well known directors of all time bringing murder and mystery to a new light. His films, starting in 1925 with "The Pleasure Garden" and ending in 1976 with the film "Family Plot", set a precedent for all other directors in the film industry. Many story lines and techniques within the cinematography of Hitchcock are common standards for films of today. However, Hitchcock did not start out as a brilliant director, but instead

  • The Creator of Dreams

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    A knight in shining armor, riding on a shiny white horse with his sword and shield; this is the hero that many children fantasize about. In today’s society, this kind of hero is nearly impractical, but there are many people that can very closely live up to this expectation. A hero today is not just a person that has done something “good;” he does it exceptionally. He does it so well that it may even be referred to as impractical. If it weren’t for a hero named Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse wouldn’t exist

  • The Mindsets of Victims and Creators

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    least two major mindsets. He refers to them as Victims and Creators. What are the definitions of these types of mindsets? A Victim is someone who feels that they cannot influence their own outcomes in life and let things happen without trying to shape the result. A Creator is someone who consistently make choices that result in the outcome that they want. David Mirman has written an article that provides this clear example of Victim and Creator mindsets using the example of two college students searching

  • Creator God Archetype

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    originated? However, humans have virtually considered the creation of the universe by a creator god. Carl Jung, a Swiss physician describes this inborn proneness to have parallel thinking about certain categories among humans as an archetype. The creator god has been prominent across various culture for the emergence of the universe and existence of everything on it. Based on Jung’s philosophy of an archetype, the creator god demonstrates an archetype as it exhibits striking parallelism in form of mythological