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  • Wish of a Star

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    one night there was a girl regina looking out here window and staring at a beautyful star and she wished and said"I wish i wish on this one and only star that i will wake up tommorrow and have 2 powers and they will be to fly and see the future." and she fell asleep.ZZZZzzzz.And whe she woke up she thought her wish came true but sadly it didnt so she headed off out the door and almost missed her bus she through a rock at one of the windows and the bus stopped she wasso embarresed on the bus until

  • A Wish of Rain

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    A Wish of Rain "Close your eyes and imagine," he told us. "Imagine it is late at night. A train pulls up to the place where you are standing. The doors open and the hundreds of people who were standing inside begin to jump down. A young Jewish boy of sixteen and his family are among this tired, hungry, beaten crowd. Eventually, they are separated into two lines; the boy and his father are pushed into one line, his mother and sister into the other. Then they are marched off into the night. "I

  • Culture and a Mans Dying Wish

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    belief about burial. It would have to take into account the culture's beliefs on individual rights, freedom of belief, and the validity of the man's will. It would also have to take into account the moral implications of carrying out a man's dying wish and the repercussions of violating a sacred social institution. This is not a decision to be taken lightly, but by stepping back and weighing the options carefully, one can come to a conclusion which would be the most moral given the situation. I say

  • Mount Everest Death Wish

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    Mount Everest Death Wish On May 10th 1996, 23 climbers from 5 different expeditions were surprised by a fierce storm on the South Col of Mount Everest. 24 hours later eight of them were dead. Jon Krakauer was part of a group led by experienced climbers Rob Hall, Mike Groom and Andy Harris. Fellow climbers Doug Hansen, Beck Weathers, Yasuko Namba, Frank Fishbeck, Lou Kasischke, John Taske and Stuart Hutchinson had paid up to £42,000 each to be taken to the summit. By the morning of May 11th Harris

  • I Wish to Pursue Structural Engineering

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    I Wish to Pursue Structural Engineering A simple bridge truss was the first structure I ever analyzed. The simple combination of beams that could hold cars, trains, and trucks over long spans of water fascinated me. Having the tools to analyze the loads on the truss further increased my interest in structures. I encountered the bridge in a textbook for my first engineering class. Knowing that the professor, Mr. Paul Davids, was a tough teacher, I asked him for the textbook so I could study

  • I Wish I Knew

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    I WISH I KNEW WHY Broken families are often hard to live in. Especially divorced ones. It’s one thing for your parents to split-up when you’re a young child, but it’s another when you go through 15 years of your life thinking that you’ll always be a family like I did. I would have to say the most significant time in my life was when my parents were getting a divorce. Christmas had just passed and the New Year of 1998 was approaching fast. My parents had always bickered but this time their fights

  • The Make-A-Wish Foundation

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    Having a wish fulfilled is a desire everyone keeps, but granting one is a special characteristic of a chosen few. Such is the ideology of the Make a wish foundation. This simple, but powerful belief is what drives the Make-A-Wish foundation. For children who must face the uncertainty of a tomorrow, due to their rapidly deteriorating health, a wish is more than just a desire. It’s a hope. Hope is what carries us out of the darkest of slums, to keep going. To face a tomorrow. Make-A-Wish is committed

  • I Wish to Study Internal Medicine in the USA

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    I Wish to Study Internal Medicine in the USA Medicine appeals to me as a humanistic, challenging field that offers an opportunity to help people in the most vital aspect of their lives; their health.  Medicine has passionately appealed to me from my early childhood.  I come from a family of doctors. My father, who is my role model, taught me two important aspects in the field of medicine: To reduce suffering & do no harm to patients. With this strong foundation, as my basis and support, entrance

  • I Wish to Provide Students with a Thirst for Knowledge

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    I Wish to Provide Students with a Thirst for Knowledge The different philosophies on education are complex yet necessary for implementation of some type of educational structure in the classroom. The utilization of a variety of methods seems to be the most effective alternative to not only be an effective teacher, but also maintain an adherence to discipline and create an effective learning environment. The idea of linear seating is too confining for the students and doesn’t allow for much

  • Wish Fulfillment in Mary Shelly's Gothic Novel, Frankenstein

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    Wish Fulfillment in Mary Shelly's Gothic Novel, Frankenstein Everyone stores hidden desires, ambitions, fears, passions and irrational thoughts in his or her unconscious mind, according to Freud's psychoanalytical theory. These secret feelings, often stemming from a person's childhood, can manifest themselves in odd and sometimes extreme ways. This phenomenon is called wish fulfillment. We do not always fully understand why we make the decisions that we do in life, but a certain amount of these