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    Human beings are intricately unique and deeply loved by God. Psalm 139:13-14 says “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful; I know that full well.” God has blessed me, personally, with strengths which define my meaning and purpose. These strengths are tools that I will use best when I follow God’s will for my life. My top five strengths are belief, input, achiever, responsibility, and restorative. As I continue to pursue God’s will, these strengths will equip me to carry out the divine purpose, vision and direction of my life. I am very grateful and encouraged with the strengths that God has provided me. My top strength is Belief. I’m very proud of this strength because I believe it is very important to live my life based on the morals and beliefs of the Bible. I view my life through the lens of belief which allows me to discern what is right and wrong. My second strength is Input. I was most surprised about this strength because I did not understand how it applied to my life. As I continued to research, I discovered that input is about collecting and storing information. Through the strength of input, I am able to collect and store information about others in order to connect with them relationally and intentionally. My third strength is achiever. I am proud of this strength because it equips me with the drive to do things well and see them to completion. My fourth strength is responsibility. As a freshman here at Indiana Wesleyan…

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    Pt. I Happiness is experiencing love. It doesn’t matter what kind of love it is, whether it is loving yourself, loving someone else, or having someone else love you. When we experience love, we experience happiness. There is a study in the world where people in Finland, Sweden, and Taiwan mapped where they felt their feelings. The intensity of sensation, or lack thereof, created a “body atlas” for the emotions. A depressed person lacked sensations all over the body, an angry person had…

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    Living in the 21th century, things have definitely changed since the millennials and the technology era comes in place. Easy access to information, communication, entertainment, and even ‘easy ways’ to get rich are so all over the place. Our era has become an era where everything needs to either be fast or easy. Let’s just say Starbucks. Back in the days, we used to brew and make our own coffee, but not anymore. Now, everyone goes to Starbucks in the morning to get their morning coffee.…

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    How Is Socrates Wise

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    Socrates ' friend went to the Oracle of Delphi to ask if anyone was wiser than him. When the oracle said that no one was wiser than Socrates, he did not believe him and Socrates began his search in Athens for those wiser than him (25). Socrates knew that he does not know something while others believed they know something they do not know, and Socrates searched for those who knew they knew nothing. First he began with a politician, whom helped run the town. Socrates believed that surely he must…

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    Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children, written by Ransom Riggs unfolds the story of abnormal people with a mysterious past. When 16-year-old Jacob Portman finds his storytelling grandfather dead in the woods and a monster with a face of a nightmare beside him he starts to rethink everything. Jacob decides to look more into these children his grandfather always talked about, combing through his old archives, discovering many crucial pieces that all corresponded to one place, a children's…

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    The essay “The Ordeal of Change” written by Eric Hoffer indicates people are afraid of drastic change in their life that would dramatically cause them to be misfit and out of place, and the solution of putting that fear into action is there must be “an abundance of opportunities”, and also “a tradition of self-reliance”. According to Hoffer, “Even the change from peas to string beans had in it elements of fear”; This means that even a change as small as a bean can cause great amount of fears,…

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    I hear myself huffing and puffing as Lena and I run away from the terrifying loud cops chasing after us for stealing some food. I start to slow down exhausted but what keeps me going is the terrifying look on my poor sister's face, so I have no choice but to keep going. The police are getting closer and I am thinking thank god they didn't bring the dogs. I grab Lena´s hand and I pull her into an alley that is completely dark hoping to lose the police. We lean against a wall covering our mouths…

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    Psalm 63 Essay

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    Biblical Psalm 63 is a psalm of David, when he was in the desert of Judah to escape from Saul. When David encountered resistance and lost battle to his enemy. He prayed to god, asking god to help him. David believe that the Lord will help him to win. At the same time, it also shows that god is with all of us. Only by god, we can prevail in the world. All the words in the psalm are about the joy, appreciation and gratefulness to the God. There are mainly three sections of this psalm. The first…

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    1. Dominick Doleman: First visit went well and Dominick welcomed me with open arms. Currently Dominick is working and said he would register for school at CCBC but has yet to do so. Case Specialist mentioned that Dominick uses work as an excuse to get out of everything. In addition, it was revealed that Dominick does not have much drive and does not have a concrete plan for the future. Dominick refused to try independent living and he will age out of the system in 5 months. Dominick’s…

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    CHAPTER SIX The Enchanted Amulet Morning brought heavy clouds of chocolate-colored dust and whipping winds, gloomy weather that made it hard to remain hopeful. “Off on another adventure, eh?” Cotton coughed, as he vaulted over a dust devil. “This is exciting. Just you and me on a quest to track down the golden key.” “I just hope we can find it soon. This stuff is awful,” I choked. “I even have grit between my teeth.” “What’d you say?” he shouted. “You’re a pit beneath my wreath. What does that…

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