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    With Life Comes Problems 1 In today's world there is nobody who can honestly say that they have absolutely no problems or worries in their life. Everyone has something to deal with and things to get over in their life--that's why it's called life. As long as you're alive, you will constantly have to battle the burdens of life that all people encounter. Some are destroyed by the harships [Hostage 50] and others overcome them. In Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour" she gives a glimpse at the

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    As Søren Kierkegaard once said, “Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forward.” I agree with Kierkegaard because our lives reveal who we were through our past and who we can be in the future. Likewise, some directors base their plot on this principle, but through the use of plot devices. Through reading and actually going to see the live play production of The importance of Being Earnest at Savanna’s Children Theater, I was able to get an understanding of the characters

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    Jane adored reading. She sat on the bench of her mother's bay window to dive into a new world almost every evening. In the winter months, Jane wrapped herself in a blanket. During the summer, Jane opened the large windows to feel a soft breeze as she turned page after page. When she did not have school the next day, she read until she could not hold her eyes open. Jane fell asleep with her novel in hand, and her mother covered her with a blanket and kissed her forehead. On a particularly blustery

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    Life, Death, & What Dreams May Come

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    Unconditional love can be described as a pure affection bereft of circumstance. It is a true positive regard of others that bares no judgment. In a sense, unconditional love has no boundaries. In the film What Dreams May Come, the boundary between life and death fades and a family’s bond is tested. Tragedy by tragedy, unconditional love and guilt play major roles in the defiance of the laws of death. Chris Nielsen, the main character of the film, travels to the depths of the afterlife to find his

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    With life comes death. With death comes mourning, sorrow, grief, and depression. Everyone goes through it, and it happens multiple times in their life. Death is a thing that nobody likes to talk about. We turn the other cheek when it is mentioned because most of us, like me, do not comprehend well with it. Death happens anytime it wants to whether we expect or not, which most of the time not knowing when it will happen is how death works. Since death is so unexpected it means we have no time to prepare

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    When Life Has Come Full Circle

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    Your mom and dad were always your caregivers but suddenly life has came full circle. Caring for aging parents can be extremely overwhelming. It is heart wrenching to see your parents slowly devoured by an illness. There are many different emotions and reactions people experience when confronted with this responsibility. It can feel extremely awkward when you become the caregiver to your parents. The process of feeding, bathing and supervising your parents can seem particularly abnormal not only

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    6 Reflections that I have come to hold true for my life Life is a gift Life is truly a gift from God. When God created the world, he meant for it to be in harmony with Him. He wanted us to experience a relationship with him, happiness and love. When Jesus died on the cross, we were given victory from sin. So we can still get to enjoy life through a close walk with God. I wrote a story about a boy who discovered a fresh water river after being born into a filthy man made dam. This is true for me

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    This discussion paper will identify how Surf Life Saving has come to form part of Australia’s cultural identity, through a contemporary and historical perspective. Surf Life Saving, (2014) states that the surf lifesaving organisation acts as the major water safety, drowning prevention and rescue authority within Australia, and has been doing so since 1907. Surf Life Saving (2014) establishes that the philosophy of Surf Life Saving is to create a safe water environment for Australians. “Patrols, education

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    friendship that has not only changed their life, but the way they look at the world. My dear friend Michelle, for instance, changed my mind set on how to treat others. She taught me that not everyone has a fairytale life, even the more privileged kids. In addition, she exhibited that she was enduring the same hardships as me. A friend like Michelle only comes along once in a lifetime. Consequently, it became axiomatic to me while reading Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley, a 2014 YSU English

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    “Eternal life is living forever”. It is a really common quote that we can hear but it is not true. Eternal life is wisely defined as everyone is going to live forever but it is just living either in heaven or hell. It is important to know more about the eternal life because it changes our faith. Eternal life is a gift of god that God is always being with us, which means we will be living in full of peace, meaning, joy and happiness forever through functions, analogy and characteristics. Modernity

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