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    Technology is one of the highest influence devices in younger generation. Young generations are taking the advantage of technology then create inaccessible account to their parents to communicate with others. They can have constant texting and chat through the internet secretly without being going outside their home. They are easily influenced by instagram and facebook websites. They are trying to fit in to the world by posting their personal life including posting inappropriate pictures and

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    happiness for what’s right. In “Advice to the Players”, Bruce Bonafede demonstrates this concept in the lives of the characters of his play. He displays that the idea of conforming, is in an individual’s best interest, even if at times it is a hard decision to make. Not everybody has enough courage to compromise their happiness, when the option of pursuing your happiness is available. These two ideas continuously conflict with each other and lead to risky choices made by the characters Robert, Oliver

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    Personal respond of the text “on the rainy river” The role of relationship you have with other people often has direct influence on the individual choices and belief in the life. In the short story “on the rainy river”, the author Tim O’Brien inform us about his experiences and how his interacted with a single person had effected his life so could understand himself. It is hard for anyone to be dependent on just his believes and own personal experience, when there are so many people with different

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    theme of choice. The speaker of the poem finds himself standing in front of two roads diverging in a wood. He is in the process of decision-making for quite a while until he finally takes one of the roads. Now, he spends his time thinking over the choice he made and how he will relate to this choice in the future. To effectively convey the uncertainty of decision-making, Frost develops ambiguity and uses nature imagery in the poem. First of all, there is uncertainty in the story told by the speaker

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    Robert Frost’s Poem, The Road Not Taken

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    throughout a person’s life that are made that piece together the future. What they do with these choices and the decisions they make are up to them. Although the narrator of this poem is faced with a dilemma, he still makes the best decision possible and takes the best road, which happens to be one that no one else has chosen to take. The title, “The Road Not Taken”, symbolizes the decision that he must make to take a path throughout life that no one else has or would choose to take. The majority will

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    Fork Of A Road

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    Fork in a Road "When you arrive at a fork in the road, take it." - Yogi Berra. Everyday we are met with circumstances and with the circumstances come the decisions we make in order to fulfill our lives and make them meaningful. However, once we make a decision, after we pass that "fork in the road", we need to move on, accepting what we have done, because what has happened has happened and there is nothing we can do to change the past. Such is a case in Robert Frost’s poem “The Road

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    The Road Not Taken:  All the Difference Each person must make many decisions in their lifetime. Some decisions are easy while others are more difficult. The poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost is a first person narrative tale of a monumental moment in Frost’s life. Frost is faced between the choice of a moment and a lifetime. Walking down a rural road the narrator encounters a point on his travel that diverges into two separate similar paths. In Robert Frost's poem "The Road Not Taken", Frost

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    roads diverged in a yellow wood'; vividly portray the fact that it is always difficult to make a decision because it is impossible not to wonder about the opportunity that will be missed out on. There is a strong sense of regret before the choice is even made and it lies in the knowledge that in one lifetime, it is impossible to travel down every path that one encounters. In an attempt to make a decision, the traveler "looks down one as far as I could." The road that will be chosen leads to the unknown

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    diverged in a wood- and I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference.” Robert Frost illustrates in his famous poem, The Road Not Taken, the importance of making the right decision. But choices cannot always be this black and white as there is seldom a right decision and a wrong decision. At times we must choose between two completely conflicting alternatives that have both attractive and unattractive consequences. When James set foot in France it was now his

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    Frost introduces the elements of his primary metaphor, the diverging roads. Lines two to three expresses the speaker's disappointment with his human limitations; he must make a choice. The choice is not easy, since "long I stood" before coming to a decision. Lines four and five examine the path as best the narrator can. However his vision is limited because the path bends and is covered over. These lines indicate that although the speaker would like to acquire more information, he is prevented from

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