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    Helping the Little Children I feel the pounding footsteps under my feet and the intense air rush past me as I run, squirming to keep my posture. I struggle to stay glued to the beast's side. If I miss one crucial step, it may mean tragedy for this innocent little disabled boy. I stay close to Dakota's ribs as we move into the turn. Relieved, I gasp for the warm mountain air as we slow to a walk. With my arms still extended above my head, I smile at the partially toothless grin. As I drive

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    and seeing the world sounds amazing, but what about volunteering in a third world country at an orphanage in Nepal. The novel Little Princes by Conor Grennan takes the reader through his journey of changing lives of children. Little did Conor know how much the children were going to change him. Conor was a young man in his thirties not married and had no children. He was a college graduate, working and enjoying life. Conor had no obligations and no bills. His life was all about being with

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    novel, Catcher in the Rye, love is used by a character, Holden Caulfield, who struggles desperately to find a certain somebody or anyone to allocate his love to, but realizes finally, that this love is not necessarily expressed through saving " the children in the rye" from the time of trial, but actually caring for them and being their friends, during the time of trial. The quest of finding the true love of people is an ongoing dilemma in the lives of many people all throughout the world.

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    biological needs. Habits that a person is taught as a youngster will influence the rest of his life. Societies have a tendency to have distinct habits that their people live by, First, education is one example. To explain, in some areas of the world children are sent to school until they are 18 and in others they are never educated. Second, what people eat is part of their culture. In Italy people eat pasta on the other hand in Israel people eat fallafels. Finally, a person's dress is influenced by which

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    people a year in America alone. "That's more people than die from AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, fires, illegal drugs, murders, and suicides all added together"(LeTourneau). Tobacco is made from all kind of harmful things. Things that give little children asthma, give adults emphysema, cancer of the lungs, throat, mouth, tongue, and can cause many other awful occurrences with people's health. I believe that tobacco should be taken off the market completely. I believe that tobacco companies should

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    Racism in Canada "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin but by the  content of their character"   (Martin Luther King Jr.) Ku Klux Klan.  Neo Nazis.  The Aryan Nations.  The American Nazi Party. What are these groups?  Why are they present in a land of supposed equality of all men?  They are there because there are millions of Americans that believe in their message of white pride.  The African

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    lead to a deadly form of insanity. Gilman uses setting to suggest that imprisoning oppression causes a type of loneliness that can lead to insanity. Gilman's young mother describes the nursery bedroom "with windows that ... [are] barred for little children" (426). In the above passage, the barred windows seem to intensify her oppression, and her perception that she is being imprisoned. Gilman also uses the young woman's description of the summer home to express her feeling of being all alone. "It

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    Antigone Medea has just killed four people which are Creon the king of Corinth, the princess whom Jason is in love with, and her two little children. Jason then prays to gods, especially Zeus, father of all gods, to punish Medea for her crimes. From the context of the quote, the chorus is addressing the audience about the unexpected and unbelievable end of the play. Medea then gets away to Athens with a chariot lent to her by Helios, the sun god and her grandfather. Euripides always uses this kind

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    Hatsue and Ishmael's Incompatibility in Snow Falling On Cedars Dear Ishmael, ...I don't love you, Ishmael.  I can think of no more honest way to say it. From the very beginning, when we were little children, it seemed to me something was wrong.  Whenever we were together I knew it.  I felt it inside of me.  I loved you and I didn't love you at the very same moment, and I felt troubled and confused.  Now, everything is obvious to me and I feel I have to tell you the truth... I am not

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    The Rhetoric of Pathos in the Writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "I have a dream," says Dr. Samuel Proctor, Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Rutgers University. "All the little children--you hear everywhere you go: 'I have a dream.' All the little children repeating that speech. It's become like the 'Star Spangled Banner' or the 'Pledge of Allegiance.' It's entered our culture." And so it has: "I have a dream" has become one of the most memorable phrases of the twentieth century

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