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    The Power of Team

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    Unity for me is a very touchy subject, mainly because my expectations are so high. As a senior, my class is a unique group of people. We have artists, worship leaders, adrenaline junkies, class clowns, workaholics, introverts, and extroverts. The class seems to both get along and disagree in the same breath. I see my class as having the potential for greatness, all the pieces are there. It just depends on whether or not they are willing to apply themselves, and to set themselves apart from the normal

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    The Little Prince

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    fox is one cunning animal. And in the story, it is proven to be right. From the fox's lesson that one can see only what is essential by looking with the heart, the author leaves the desert as a changed person. He agrees with the little prince's thought: 'the stars are beautiful, because of a flower that cannot be seen';. The rose is very fragile and needs constant care. Love is not a matter of choice; it is a matter of consequence; indeed, it is a matter of survival. Men must learn to love one another

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    Permanence

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    In relationships, there are many very important qualities that one may look for when searching for a partner. He or she may prefer the individual to be tall and athletic, or maybe very charismatic and down-to-earth. Some may even go for a male or female who keeps them on their feet; who is always adventurous and constantly bringing new things to the relationship. However, that sense of not having any restriction and a devout level of freedom can lead to some very complicated and touchy-subject talks

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    slowly unravels.  The reader receives an insightful view into Mrs. and Mr. Ramsay’s complex everyday relationship while they raise their eight children and time passes.  Consequently, the reader realizes how important one individual is to the lives of others, or more figuratively how one bright and strong beam of light can guide a fleet to harbor. At the beginning of the novel, the path lies on Mrs. Ramsay and her children wanting to go to the Lighthouse.  They find it very exciting and are looking

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    This past week, I had the honor of being invited by one of my seminary scholarship donors. This donor was a woman, probably in her eighties, who said that should I visit her at her place, a retirement lodging, in Lake Forest. I was given a ride to the place by the Director of Stewardship who works at my seminary, called Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. To my surprise, not only this senior woman was a professional artist, her art was exhibited at the same retirement place where she lived

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    Campus life can be exciting and challenging for most people who start to live on campus for the first time, especially when one has to face the collisions of different cultures and beliefs. I have to go through this as well. It was in my freshman year in a university in China when I started to live on campus which was far away from home. Even though I had prepared myself to face new challenges and to adapt to the new environment, I still had to cope with some difficulties in relationships in order

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    Personal narrative Campus life can be exciting while challenging for most people who start to live on campus, especially when one has to face the collision of different cultures and beliefs. I have to go through this as well. It was in my first year to attend a university in China when I started to live on campus far away from home. Even though I had prepared myself to face new challenges and to adapt to the new environment, I still had to cope with some difficulties in relationships to get on well

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    Morrie Short Story

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    Forgiveness, love, relationships and death are the forces that drive the human mind and body to become vessels of life. Absent of these precious gifts and to experience them, would imply that we have lost all sense of humanity. How can a living person walk without a path and endure the journey without emotion, to face the inescapable end of their existence and expect to be remembered? Learning how to embrace those human experiences and incorporate them as a higher purpose in life is the first step

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    The Lovers

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    secluded places. Tonight, it is the little cafe on the Rue de La ____. They hide their fears from each other, just as they hide their faces from passers-by. They are so very discreet. The warm wind reminds them of the passage of time, and they stand as one person. He leaves a tip. Glancing about, they melt into the crowd, only to meet once more at the street. A nod, a smile, and then he hails a cab. He holds the door for her, then closes it. He overpays the driver, turns abruptly and walks off into the

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    discovered something all by himself and he’s the only one that knows it. Equality would help create a new idea of the period of invention and discovery but only if it was accepted by the Council. (Pg 53 Rand)“We put a piece of copper and a piece of zinc into a jar of brine, we touched a wire to them, and there under our fingers, was a miracle which had never occurred before, a new miracle and a new power.” Equality invented something that no ones ever seen before. He built something to make a difference

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