World Essays

  • The World Is A Perfect World

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    The world is Sameness seems to be a Utopia. Little did everyone in the community know that their, perfect world is imperfect. Everything seems to be organized by the people whom they call an Elders. The Elders are the leaders of the community in their society. They are the one who decides for everyone in the community. They were trying to make their world a Utopia, but no one seems to recognize that their perfect world turns out to be an imperfect world. Furthermore, no one in the community feels

  • Dream World

    637 Words  | 2 Pages

    will it last? I never know. Time appears to extend beyond all dimensions. The interstice between reality and fabrication widens, and out of the darkness a dim light forms. Objects begin materializing from beyond the ghostly shadows, and a vast new world is created. Looming in the infinite mist, a girl is inscribed in a desolate chamber. The walls consist of eternal night, and the flames of hell consume her. Her auburn hair is seared in the fire, and the blood pulsing through her veins begins

  • On Top of the World

    523 Words  | 2 Pages

    On Top of the World This winter wonderland called Austria is full of small villages surrounded by snow capped mountains that look like someone has come along with some icing sugar and generously topped each one. Mountain after Mountain clustered together, with pine trees placed here and there that are dappled with snow. A real life picture post card with chocolate box wooden houses and roof tops covered in crisp clean snow. Pretty balconies with people sat enjoying a glass or two of the local

  • Why The World Is Wrong

    502 Words  | 2 Pages

    Have you ever heard anyone in your life talk about how the world is awful? Have you ever heard people postulate how the world is unjust, cruel, negligent, or basically just talking about how all of us are predestined to fail? What was your response? Did you agree or disagree with them? The question I want to know is, have you ever asked them why? Ask them why they talk of the world so pessimistically. Anytime you ask someone that, one of two things are said. People either never really elaborate on

  • A Brave New World

    1280 Words  | 3 Pages

    Today we live in a world where we have a mindset of being able to get what we want. If we want the newest smartphone we are able to go and buy it. We live in a world where we want more and more for our own connivance and tend to forget that this place is not just ours to take and claim to ourselves. Over the years our world we call home is being destroyed by us humans. We forget that although we are not in this world forever the impact that we leave will stay for the years that are to come. Since

  • The Girl The World Forgot

    632 Words  | 2 Pages

    It was the middle of autumn, the period right before the world would be concealed in a white blanket of snow. It was the time where the colorful leaves had released from their humble perch upon the trees and now lie sprinkled across the land. A chilly wind brushed through the area picking up the leaves from the pavement, I viewed in awe as they twisted and twirled in the air as if they were dancing. Autumn was undeniably one of the most beautiful seasons; even the naked trees were striking as they

  • A Brave New World

    695 Words  | 2 Pages

    Have you ever imagine the world in 25 years? Everything will change beyond our expectations. The buildings, technologies, transportation, education, the way people think and all of it will never be the same as before. It is an era of revolution to the world. Everyone will get anything they want thanks to the development of machines and technologies. Moreover, every work will be easier and faster to do with this evolution of technologies. I wonder will everyone will be fattening because of this crazy

  • Dwellings: The Living World

    1124 Words  | 3 Pages

    falls, every leaf that falls from a tree. In today's world, many people take advantage of Mother Nature, and give no respect to wilderness and earth. Oil mills are constructed and land is torn apart to make more room for the industrial, modern world. Many humans have forgotten about the beauties of nature, and are not concerned by the fact that Mother Nature is slowly dying. Our societies have begun to grow apart from the earth and the non-human world. In Donelle N. Dreese's essay, The Terrestrial Intelligence

  • The Wittgenstein: The End Of The World

    1617 Words  | 4 Pages

    World is a common name for the whole of human civilization, specifically human experience, history, or the human condition in general, worldwide, i.e. anywhere on Earth or pertaining to anywhere on Earth. In a philosophical context it may refer to: # the whole of the physical Universe, or # an ontological world . In a theological context, world usually refers to the material or the profane sphere, as opposed to the celestial, spiritual, transcendent or sacred. The "end of the world" refers to scenarios

  • The Importance Of Technology In The World

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    In the world of tomorrow, technology is everything. It’s a quickly advancing industry with a promising future to strive within this world since it’s turned into an everyday necessity to have such technology within grasp. From speaking on the phone with friends or family to people around the globe. With this being said it is very useful when it comes to emergencies whether near death experiences or almost choking on your own saliva. It’s no wonder that social networking is one of the most prominent

  • A Brave New World

    1031 Words  | 3 Pages

    When people thought of a world of technology they saw endless possibilities. They saw the change it would bring to our world. I’m happy to tell you that it has changed our world for the better. With this technology it has opened a door to the world of social media. A new world we can live in. Opening my instagram app can leave me feeling validated, accomplished and accepted. I know exactly how many people like me based on my followers and likes. Posting a picture of myself and having someone comment

  • Art Made The World

    2431 Words  | 5 Pages

    Intro How Art Made The World is a five part video series put out by PBS that walks the viewer through different aspects of art and how they play a role in today’s world. Dr. Nigel Spivey is the host for all the videos and does a wonderful job keeping you intrigued with the videos. I have done a summery on four out of the five videos and have tried to link artwork from our textbook Gardner’s Art Through the Ages Vol 1 fourteenth edition into the main points of the videos. More Human than Human In

  • Ecosabotage in Today’s World

    527 Words  | 2 Pages

    Ecological sabotage of “ecosabotage” is the social movement against the destruction or misuse of our natural earth in the world today. The ecosaboteurs believe that harmful against Mother Earth are varied and happen all around. Actions such as whaling and nuclear war are extreme cases of harmful behavior that is legally permitted, but potentially destructive to our environment; even actions such as pollution and global warming pose threats, although they are not as extreme. Even though the term

  • Virtual Worlds are Real

    2644 Words  | 6 Pages

    interaction in virtual worlds has on reality has been a hot question as of late. It is now, as technology becomes more advanced that virtual worlds seem to be becoming a reality. Some people will argue that interaction in virtual worlds provides no connection with real life. Others will argue that interaction in virtual worlds provides a reality of sorts. This reality is separate from the material world, but a reality none the less. However it is my contention that virtual worlds provide a reality

  • Billy Elliot Into the World

    1253 Words  | 3 Pages

    Billy Elliot Into the World There are a variety of pathways and elements, which enables individual transition into a New World. ‘Into the World’ is about people choosing the next pathway into their life by their own determination, experiences and support which enables them to go beyond their original location and narrow view of the world. ‘Billy Elliot’ relates to the elective ‘Into the World’ as the film is about new possibilities opening up, determination, family support and individual growth

  • The World we have

    623 Words  | 2 Pages

    Nowadays, as our world develops with a dazzling speed, there are also a lot of environmental issues occur. The topic of solutions and practical ways to solve those problems is a very controversial one. In terms of these solutions, there are many oppositions among environmentalists, scientists, or even somebody who is pursuing the beauty in Buddhism. After careful analysis, I have concluded that Thich Nhat Hanh's practices for mindful living, which were written in his book named “The world we have” are

  • Norms That Define the World

    1304 Words  | 3 Pages

    World comes from the Old English, weorold, which roughly refers to, Age of Man. It could also refer to the human experience or condition. In Catalina De Euraso’s – Lieutenant Nun, her autobiography takes place in none other than a masculine focused world. In the 17th century, women were not allowed to write or to have a public opinion and for her to even tell her story she had to self-fashion into a man. Moving into the 20th century we find James Joyce and his collection of short stories called

  • Save The World Analysis

    967 Words  | 2 Pages

    article was titled be a Gamer, Save the World represents that the author is a gamer. She tells us that there are many benefits of playing video games. By proving that video games can be able to satisfy human needs and wants to be able to solve problems in the world; instead of the actual world solving that problem. Even McGingal addresses “Where in the world is the gamer’s sense of being fully alive, focus and engaged in every moment?” (McGingal). “The world just doesn’t offer up the same sort of

  • Missionaries of The World: World Vision

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    Introduction: World Vision is a non-profit organization, founded in the early 1950’s by Dr. Bob Pierce. Pierce’s main goal was to help orphaned children from the Korean War; having travelled extensively through China in 1947. It was then and there that he began his missionary work, providing monthly donations for one little girl in particular and ‘planting the seeds’ for the future of World Vision itself. World Vision’s first children’s sponsorship program was launched in Korea in 1953, soon

  • World Hunger In The World

    1674 Words  | 4 Pages

    people of the 7.1 billion people in the world, were suffering from chronic undernourishment in the years 2010-2012. Ellen Gustafson has spoken in ted talks on the issue of Obesity plus Hunger equals one global food issue. One the main issues Gustafson speaks of is world hunger and how to end it. She also speaks briefly on obesity and how in comes into play with world hunger. Even though some people would argue that there just is not enough food in the world, world hunger and obesity can easily be prevented