Fish Essay: The Ocean Is Like The Ocean

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Fish and I I think about how the ocean is like our Earth, but I wonder if the fish thinks of the bottom of the ocean as their ground, and the surface of the water as their sky? Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. As I watch the fish swim, eat, and associate with other fish, I think about my life compared to theirs. Fish are very interesting creatures, and are peaceful, delegate, extremely unique, and super colorful. We are very unique in our own way; every one of us has something interesting about us, and we have different feelings and colors. When I think of fish, I think of salt water, sanded beaches, fins, bad smells, and sunburns. Fish adapts well to the surroundings, they have a central struggle, …show more content…
I have heard millions, and trillions, but there is no possible way to find out. For us, there are 7.125 billion people in the world, so fish outnumber us by a long shot. Fish swim in what we call schools. When fish hatch from their eggs they have to adapt to the new world-called the ocean. We as humans don’t have to worry about being eaten by a shark, but don’t think literal with this. Think about this, fish adapt to their surroundings based on what they learn from other fish. We as humans, in our early days go to school, and we have to “fit in” with everyone. We have to have the perfect hair, makeup, jewelry, clothes, and school supplies. Some students have different religious beliefs that forbid them from wearing pants, shorts, makeup, and cutting their hair; and they must adapt to the constant struggle of possibly being the only one in the school with that particular …show more content…
Danger in sharks, danger of debt. Fishing hook, peer pressure. Humans are related to almost every specie of animals there is. Nature itself is amazing, and the Earth is just spectacular; and when we take the time to dig for that “pearl”, or dig for some meaning to our life, it opens a new theme to us. It makes us realize just how special we are, and how special every living thing is. It was created for a purpose, not for beauty, not for enjoyment, and not for somebody to take pictures of it for money. There is nothing wrong with that, but the real meaning behind nature, is to see, hear, taste, smell, and touch the surface of what everything means. Trees play a part, and so do flowers, animals, and oceans, they also play a part; did you know 75% of the Earth is water? How wonderful is nature? It’s like a hidden treasure that someone can’t explain to you, you have to feel it, and see, and experience it for yourself. It’s kind of like being in love; love can be compared to the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it. You, of course, see nature every day, but it’s different to see it, and not feel it. My point is, take time to look around you, and see just how much this world is created. You will find so much meaning to the definition of comparison, and will be able to use it and discover the true meaning of life. Life isn’t just something that we are in, life is what we are a part of. It’s our deity, it’s our heritage, it’s our genealogy, and

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