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    One Life to Live is a soap opera broadcasted on the ABC channel on the weekdays. I started to watch this show when I was a sophomore in high school, and when I used to come home from school, my mom would be watching it. That is how I got addicted to it. The story takes place in a town called Llanview. One Life to Live appeals to many viewers because the show keeps the viewers hanging onto the episode’s next scene. The viewers know that if they watch the last scenes of one episode, then, the next

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    One Life To Live!

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    the years in your life that counts, but the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln. A few days ago, I met up with friends that I haven’t seen in ages. As we shopped and cruised from mall to mall, we reminisced about the good old days, told each other about where we were and what we’re planning to do with life. That day, I realized how much I have accomplished in life, and how much more I aspire to do in the following years. At age nineteen, though the number of years in my life is not too great

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    Drama Queens Present

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    Drama Queens Present In the past fifty years, the television-viewing world has experienced drama, romance, and attraction through the eyes of soap opera writers, creators, producers, and actors. Soap operas, also known as daytime dramas have been around and the talk of the town for more than half a decade. It all started in radio in the earlier part of the 1900s, then the excitement moved to television. The first television soap opera was “Guiding Light” and it began airing on radio stations

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    Rachel Vasone TV Culture April 26, 2014 Series Project: 1970s Drama The Young and the Restless debuted in March 1973 as a American soap opera focused primarily on the personal and professional lives of two families in Genoa City, Wisconsin: the wealthy Brooks and the poor Fosters. The show first revolved around the drama between the Brooks and the Fosters and then shifted to the forever long rivalry between Liz Foster’s daughter Jill and Katherine Kay Chancellor. It started when Jill began work

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    Final Exam #1 When a person or a loved one passes it is natural to wonder whether or not he or she lived a happy and fulfilling life. While one can make their own judgments and decide for oneself, I believe that there are a few aspects that are absolutely necessary to live a good life. While these assumptions beg for an answer to the definition of ‘happy’ and ‘good,’ our purposes in this paper are more generalized and I will not go into detail of their meanings. I will assume that our audience has

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    The Pursuit for a Meaningful Life By: Claire Castaneda, Czarina Castil and Stephen Contreras HA1 Is the word “meaningful” meaningful? Defining the word meaningful itself is the key to ponder and possibly answer the question "Why bother living a meaningful life?" Meaningful according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary means "having a meaning or purpose; full of meaning: significant". Basically, this establishes the technical meaning for this word “meaningful”. Meanwhile, in a book edited by Joshua

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    how a life should be lived, Henry Longfellow's poem, "A Psalm of Life" is a perfect example of that. There is emphasis on making tomorrow better than today and not conforming to the way everyone else lives. Longfellow's philosophy in this poem is to live for today, however, one should be conscious of the future and lead a life that is good and that will inspire others after we are gone. Longfellow has a distinct outlook on life, using a philosophical approach, "A Psalm of Life" is about life as a

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    A Life Well Lived

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    realized was that when one is lying on their deathbed, because the only thing guaranteed in life is death, they will not think, “oh what a lovely car I drove” but rather, “I remember when I went on my first road trip with my friends.” As mentioned in “Tuesdays With Morrie” by Mitch Albom, Morrie emphasizes the idea, “once you learn how to die, you learn how to live,” meaning, remembering that one day we will all depart from this world, one will realize what it truly means to live. Another pointer that

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    During one’s life journey, here on earth, one is forced to live and deal with their internal and external conflicts. Such conflicts forces one to live a dismal lifestyle, until one gets the opportunity to free themselves from such lifestyle. In The Glass Menagerie, Williams portrays the protagonist Tom Wingfield as a miserable human being who lives life for the sake of living. Throughout the course of this paper, readers will get the opportunity to learn that Tom’s sister, Laura Wingfield and his

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    relating to the origin of life can be answered scientifically. The creation of the universe and all events since can be explained. One may question their beliefs based on scientific theory. Human life can even be broken down to fundamental theory. Not only geological or biological, but all events can be answered scientifically. One^Òs belief in a god or a higher being may help in dealing with the rigors of life and create a sense of security. All base their lives on some sort of belief

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