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    It is crazy to think that an intangible object can almost define your relationship with someone. A relationship meaning your parents, a sibling, a family member, a good friend, a teacher, a spouse or significant other, or even someone you do not really know. There are a lot of components that go into a good healthy relationship; there is communication, respect, affection, responsibility, and transparency. But there is also something called trust, without it you might as well not have a relationship with that person. If you trust someone you are starting with a good foundation in the relationship. People who trust each other are more likely to have a better relationship than people who do not trust each other. Trust is having confidence in someone that they have the ability to do something, it is believing that what a person is telling you is the truth, it is knowing that the person has no intentions to hurt you, and it is knowing that without a doubt in your mind that they are on your side. For a healthy relationship you need to be able to believe that you can trust someone with your life or the life of your loved ones. You need to know that no matter what if your life is in someone’s hands that you know deep down you will be fine. For me to trust someone with my life I need to know that this person has a good head on their shoulders and also I want them to have their best intentions for me and my life. But you do not have to believe in them for something as serious as your…

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    CHAPTER TWELVE Ascending From Cinder Over breakfast, which consisted of loaves of wheat bread and different shades of blueberry jam, we discussed our plan for the day. It was to be a kind of search, for the captains’ ship and then the dragons. I wolfed down my food, anxious to get started and by 9:00 a.m. Sirethiel time, we’d thanked Raven for her hospitality and left the castle. We headed west for a set of golden ridges on the other side of the palm trees, but veered off toward what looked…

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    Fairy Floss was such a hit and everybody wanted a taste! Who wouldn't when its original name is Fairy Floss? Cotton candy was such a hit in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The way cotton candy melts in your mouth is such an exhilarating taste that could make anybody go wild without it! The invention of cotton candy revolutionized the world, making it such a better place! Candy maker John C. Wharton and Dentist William Morrison joined together in 1897 to create cotton candy, which would later…

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    Do you know who Lil Uzi Vert is? Lil Uzi Vert is a world known hip hop trap artist, songwriter, and rapper. Born July 31, 1994, Symere Woods also known as Lil Uzi Vert, became famous when he signed with Atlantic Records a came out with his first hit “Lil Uzi vs the World.” Now i’m going to tell you about Lil Uzi Vert continue reading. When Lil Uzi Vert dropped his first record, and ask it to get radio play, the Dj said no because they said the album “sucked.” On top of that, Lil Uzi Vert…

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    The song I have chosen to analyze is Lover You should have come over. It was written and performed by the artist, Jeff Buckley and appears as the seventh track on his debut album entitled, Grace. The album was recorded at, Bearsville studios in, Woodstock, New York and released under the Columbia record label in August of 1994. The song begins with a dreamy organ intro that is preformed rubato. The melody is in a minor key, the melody is conjunct and legato giving it a gospel and dissonant…

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    In order to generate a ten-song playlist that typically assists me in achieving physical health while doing exercises, I started to select music from those I usually listened to while I was walking or doing exercises. I was struggling at first when I simply sat down and selected songs in my iPod, because there seemed to be a lot of songs that could be chosen as long as the beats were not too slow and the styles were lively, which made me confused about how to limit the playlist to only ten songs…

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    In “Song of Soloman”, Morrison tells a remarkable story reflecting the absence of a father figure in African American homes. Instead of looking at the absence of the black man in a blackm family, she depicts this men not as traitors or deserters, but as strong, exploratory spirits providing a solid foundation for their children, even if his absence affects them. Morrison introduces the imagery of flight, using this to capture a vast foreshadowing to the family’s changing aspects of “Song of…

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    Song Of Songs

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    One of the more neglected parts of the Bible is the Song of Songs (also called the Song of Solomon). Although it is easily found, right in the middle of the Bible, it is a book that is rarely read and hardly known; usually it is known to Muslims through just one verse, which we will come to later. Such neglect does not befit any of God's word, because as it says elsewhere in the Bible: “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in…

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    Song Of Song Analysis

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    claims that the Song of Song is a marker and by product of ancient biblical communal and theological identity with core values that upholds sexual purity and emphasizes the essentiality of desire within covenant love relationship. This paper suggests that Song is an anthology of love songs that emerged from the oral tradition; revised and refined over a period of centuries from 10th to 4th century B.C.E through a medium technology analogous to the shared internet; and edited and recasted in its…

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    The Song of Songs, additionally referred to as the Song of Solomon, is predominantly known for its direct contrast to other sections located within the Old Testament. Its name ‘Song of Songs’ strongly implies that it is the most substantial of songs. When compared to separate portions placed in the Old Testament, differences such as the Song of Songs’ lack of vengeance, its use of poetic devices, and its enigmatic references to God is enhanced and highly emphasized. Although violence and…

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