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    way “methodically through the major composers that the catalogue recommended…” (Lahiri 60). Suddenly the innocuous Post-its and methodical way in which Sanjeev places them over the rough spots in the floor seem like an attempt to fix every small imperfection. Sanjeev keeps his life as orderly and precise as possible. He tries to control his life by controlling the things around him, such as arranging his books or following a list of composers, instead of choosing names at random. Twinkle, in comparison

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    pilgrimage to Florida to seek the Fountain. "The Birthmark" A devoted scientist, in a brief step from his laboratory pursuits, marries a beautiful woman with a single physical flaw: a birthmark on her face. Aylmer becomes obsessed with the imperfection and needs to remove it, to be happy with his wife. The tale evolves around his progressive frenzy to use his scientific skills to render his bride perfect and the faith of his submissive wife that the union can survive only if he accomplishes

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    Nazism

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    were justified to correct and or exterminate anyone being that was different from themselves, and that the Nazi belief and code of ethics was a way of life to carry one for eternity and to pass on for future generations. The moral code was one of imperfection, and many flaws that entitled the Nazi people to kill millions of Jews. The thought that the Nazi people were morally sound, or competent for that matter, is one that I hope every sane being can tell is false. The Nazi moral code is a very controversial

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    In �Salvation� by Langston Hughes and �Young Goodman Brown� by Nathaniel Hawthorne there is a crisis of faith was present in both stories. Although both of the stories are very similar, they also are very different, too. In both stories, the main character experiences a loss of innocence through a faith crisis. The outcome of the loss of innocence in �Young Goodman Brown� was both positive and negative and in �Salvation� entirely negative. The faith crisis affected the way Goodman Brown and Langston

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    Speech On Imperfection

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    Free Write: Imperfection I believe in imperfection. You may be wondering how one comes to such an odd belief. But I believe in those things which make me stronger. I believe that as an imperfect being that to admit, act or pretend perfection is an anyway possible is an exercise in futility. I believe that man’s highest priority in life is to accept the imperfections, flaws, dents and scratches that have been programmed into his very being. If we were able to all be perfect in being, spirit and

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    God may be debatable, the true design of life, with all of its perfections and mutations, still remains a mystery to this day. Robert Frost, in his poem “In White” and its rewrite, “Design,” challenges the idea of whether or not God designs the imperfections of life. It is arguable to decide which poem is the better of the two, but when compared, “Design” is better because the imagery expressed is able to shock and horrify the audience more than the original version. The imagery used in “Design” to

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    The story was about Aylmer's obsession with the birth mark on his wife’, which he see's as the only physical imperfection on her. Not long after they were married, Aylmer expressed to Georgiana that he seem to see her birthmark as a defect and then asked her if she had ever considered removing it. Georgiana, who was accustomed to being constantly admired by other men and being stunningly beautiful in their eyes was surprised that her husband was so bothered by a mark that other men seem attracted

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    Thomas lays out the importance and beauty of the human imperfection. Deeply engraved within the human psyche is the ultimate goal of complete perfection. Ironically, some of the most influential and revolutionary inventions stemmed from mistake and accident, such as the items mentioned above. This ironic relationship between the human psyche and the outside world is one explored and qualified by Thomas. This idea of beauty within imperfection is one embraced by Thomas for good reason. Furthermore

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    does not fail, does not sin, and does not exist. The whole universe is imperfect. We fall, rise, and learn. Imperfections are traits that characterized human beings. Flaws make us mortals and imperfect, and we must accept them as part of who we are. Because of our humanity, we cannot change the course of life or actions of our nature. Most of the time, we think of our flaws and imperfections as things we want to get rid of but instead, we must see them as divine gifts of what God gave us. Nathaniel

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    “The Gifts of Imperfection” Brené Brown wrote, “The Gifts of Imperfection”. Brené wrote the book to show what she learned from different people and to make people aware of choices leading to wholeheartedness. In the introduction, Brown states that wholehearted living is a process, not a one-time choice. The key to imperfection is cultivated courage, compassion and connection. Nobody in this world is perfect. This book taught me that we as humans are imperfect and vulnerable. First of all, courage

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