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    on this project, I noticed self growth and I hope someone is our class experienced the same thing. Throughout the process of creating this presentation it made me realize that so many different things can be represented from one simple thing. As cliché as it sounds this type of poem has broadened how I think about life and made me realize that I should not overlook the little things because in the end they have the most

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    It has been sixty years since the Holocaust and to some it may feel like ancient history, but to others it still remains real and ever present. People around the world are still hurt by the Holocaust and in their heart will be scarred forever, but like anyone else that suffers a great tragedy like 911 or the Boston Marathon Bombings, they have to get back up. Jews and the millions of innocent victims all were knocked down a What do we have today? What do we have today? nd got back up in our hearts

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    Relationships In Our Town

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    Examples include not seeing much of her father, wasting time finding things she doesn’t need, and taking her mother for granted. She realizes all of this when she says, “I can't. I can't go on. It goes so fast. We don't have time to look at one another.” Emily feels so unhappy, and decides to share the truth out loud to her “past” mother: “Mother Gibbs, George and I have made that farm

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    Living a deliberate life

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    Living a Deliberate Life In the twenty-first century society is living a life where individuals are often too busy to reflect on life, and its true meaning. People are often submerged in unimportant things. What is living deliberately? If, Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862), transcendentalist essayist, were alive today, and he asked me if I am living like he suggests, I would have to answer, no. I think it is nearly impossible with all these new technological advances in the modern world today. Thoreau

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    “Trifles” by Susan Glaspell is a play that is largely based on stereotypes. The most prevalent one is the inferiority of women over men, though the play also explores the differences between genders in general. First of all, Glaspell largely examines the repression of women in the 1900s. Women were highly looked down upon by men, and were seen mostly as housekeepers and child bearers, and were definitely not seen as intelligent people. The women in this play prove that the stereotypes against

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    There was once a man, for the sake of the story we’ll name him James. James had been lucky enough to be born into a great family. His parents had decent jobs their whole lives, so his family had money. With that money and a little bit of hard work it was not too hard for James to make it into one of the top universities, and graduate straight into a decent paying job. After a few years working at that job James had earned a nice house and a beautiful car. At this time he realized that he felt like

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    things like full ability to walk and being able to be fully taking care of his family. “And then very slowly as he walked, he tilted his head back in the rain for just a few moments and opened his mouth.” (Bradbury 21) This is when Montag started to realize even when things get hard or overwhelming you can’t just take the little things for granted. In both 90 Minutes in Heaven and Fahrenheit 451 they both take big and little things in life for

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    Our Town Themes

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    Thornton Wilder created the theme, “appreciate the small things in life, there’s more of those than bigger moments,” when writing his screenplay, Our Town. Wilder portrays this theme in all three acts and also through his characters. This play starts in Act one with a normal day of the characters and Act two incorporates a few big days of these characters lives. Act three is more set aside, it shows that the little things mean just as much as the big things in life. The theme was not quite developed

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    it. I would be comfortable going to living funeral and would love to honor the person who will be passing and just tell them what they did from me in my life and how much they meant to me. No one knows how much something matters to them until they realize it is gone before their eyes. Be appreciative what you have because some one else might not have

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    “Appreciate the little things”. Too often in life do we get wrapped up in our jobs, money, and material items that we forget to take time to notice the small, but beautiful, occurrences around us each and every day. We often lose sight in the truly important moments of our life while we tend to cater to the semi-meaningless tasks that have taken over tremendously. So the question is, what is important? After a busy week at school, a few close friends and I figured it would be fun to stay at a cabin

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