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  • The Importance Of Love In The Reading Of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

    I believe love is the most significant piece in the puzzle we call life. If you would give a man strength, knowledge and wealth, something would still be missing… love. Love takes many forms us as human can yearn for, whether it be from family, friends or a relation with more of an intimate intent. Through personal experiences and beliefs, along with the reading of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in class and personal readings of the Human Condition by Hannah Arendt, I came to the conclusion that a person cannot reach their full potential, find happiness or simply live without some type of human connection or love in their hearts. With love in our hearts we can thrive and grow, when love goes absent the heart grows cold and we are brought to a dark place that can release a range of emotions. I believe that life has many pieces like a puzzle, that have to fall into place to live life to the fullest. It doesn’t matter what pieces go in first or second, but what matters is all of the pieces are present. I do believe however at the center of our so called puzzle lies love and everything else surrounds the piece of love. If we take out pieces of a puzzles boarder we still can see the picture of the puzzle, but if we would take out pieces in the center the picture will become distorted. I believe this to be true in life as well, take the piece of love out of a person’s life and they will not be complete and therefore not be able to reach their full potential in life. I have seen this…

    Words: 1737 - Pages: 7
  • Reaction About Accident

    We all react differently to the things that happens in our lifetime. While the certain events that take place do not define us as people, the way we react to those events do. Like for example, reacting to accidents. Accidents are a great example for this because they are almost completely at random. No one can ever predict or prevent from making accidents, it’s just human nature. While saying that, there are always 2 ways to react to an accident that has just happened. There is always a positive…

    Words: 1292 - Pages: 6
  • Narrative Essay About Coming To Earth

    As I am waiting to get back to Earth I think about all of the stuff that has happened. Will my bones be okay? Will I actually see Nana? I guess I don’t really know until I get to Earth. I then ponder about my parents. I wonder if they will be worried, or maybe they don’t notice because of their stupid Mars research. At least on Earth they have water. I hope I can see Nana again, and I hope she is okay. I’m satisfied that I’m going home but, I am also very concerned about my bones. We all have to…

    Words: 900 - Pages: 4
  • Narrative Essay On Leaving High School

    University of Central Arkansas, located in Conway, Ar. Over twenty-six thousand students attend this school, and I am one of them. As I was in my final days of high school I became anxious. I was going to be moving to a new city and would have to make new friends. I prepared myself all summer for this drastic change, and before I knew it move-in day was here! The whole ride there I was trying to think positive thoughts but there were always some what ifs in the back of my head. My cousin had…

    Words: 835 - Pages: 4
  • Creative Writing: One Ordinary Day With Bubble Gum

    One Ordinary Day with Bubble Gum The Next morning Mr. Johnson awoke in a terribly wonderful bad mood knowing that he was going to have a day full of ruining other peoples day with just an ordinary stick of bubble gum. As he ate breakfast his mind was actively thinking about the many possibilities that he could do, as he was pondering the day he decided to go to Central Park. On his way to the park Mr. Johnson saw a nice car and decided that he was going to have some fun with his stick of…

    Words: 750 - Pages: 3
  • The Importance Of Self-Efficacy In Relationships

    One of my relationships that I have is with my good friend Kegan. The reason why we have such a good relationship between us, is because we have so many things in common. When I first met Kegan when I was 12 years old. I really didn't know him. As we started to hang out together we started to become more like each other. I don't know if that was because he wanted to be like me or I want to be like him. We learn from each other and watch the way we did things thus social cognitive theory. As time…

    Words: 1597 - Pages: 7
  • Personal Narrative: The Person I Am

    Since I can remember, I have had numerous people guide me and help me become the person I am today. Their guidance has shown me different values and morals that I still live by. I was always told to value the family and friends I have. They have all left lasting impressions on me as I grew. I also live by my faith and let God show me the way. Most importantly, I was taught to never give up on my dreams and constantly fight for what I want and live my life. I live by what I think is right and…

    Words: 1416 - Pages: 6
  • Personal Narrative: I Am A Guyanese-Americans

    For a long time, I had trouble figuring out who I am as an individual. Under the conditions that I grew up in, it wasn’t always as simple as identifying myself by my race. It would be easy to say I am a Guyanese-American and proud. In the white privileged society we live in, proclaiming your ethnicity alongside the term “American” does not work out. I grew up in a predominantly Hispanic and White neighborhood. I tried my best to fit in with this population. Being a victim of bullying, it was…

    Words: 1095 - Pages: 4
  • Personal Essay: How Reading Made Me Popular

    How Reading Made Me Popular Has anyone ever told you that reading makes you a loser? Well, I am here to inform you that they are incorrect. At the young age of seven, I knew this statement was no longer valid, and it changed my perspective of reading. Before I realized all of this, everything was quiet for a brief moment, and I no longer was surrounded by shouts of, “Wow, Paige you are so dumb”, and taunting laughter that followed. Instead, I was now accompanied by half of my classmates with…

    Words: 1272 - Pages: 6
  • The Importance Of Life In Deaf World

    Being deaf in a world that most of the people are hearing and don’t understand the deaf culture is very hard to live in. In my opinion I don’t know how they live or what they do or how they feel because no one told me their life style. I though their life is just the same as mine just have to go by way a different way but I didn’t know coving your mouth or whispering or not paying attention with your eye is distrustful because us hearing people can talk with looking at some in the eye or…

    Words: 943 - Pages: 4
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