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  • Short Story On Lying On The Stretcher

    The half-dead man was lying on the stretcher. With the help of constables and people around, he was brought down the building. People had crammed the place, every inch of the stairs was taken up by the neighbors. Even at midnight it seemed that a night out was planned by all at the same time. Lying helplessly on the stretcher, he moved his hands over his body. He knew something was wrong since he never felt anything like that. The pain was getting unbearable with every passing moment. With…

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  • Personal Essay: My Interest In Child Welfare

    Introduction As it pretends to my interests in child welfare, there are a lot of reason why I picked this branch in Social Work. Throughout the whole broad range of Social Work the one passion of mine is child welfare. When learning of child welfare I heard the good and the bad. The different types of people I will meet. It can deter some, because you do not know what you could get yourself into. Nevertheless I see child welfare as a desire of mine I want to continue, and contribute to in the…

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  • Essay On Lounge Detail

    Lounge Detail There are many situations that one can encounter where doing extra amounts of work, volunteering to stay longer, or charity work will go unrecognized. Many of these experiences generally go unrewarded which make an individual question why. Questioning why they spent their own personal time to do extra. If one does not see the fruits of their work despite putting in extra amounts of effort, their motivation decreases resulting in a feeling of emptiness. Though many may…

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  • Movie Review: Forgiveness And Compassion

    This movie was an extremely powerful movie. I am glad we watched it in class. It got me thinking about how I feel about forgiveness and compassion. One idea that I liked that was mentioned during the movie was one religion (I’m still not sure which one it is) has an idea of “40 days of grief”: if you cannot fully grieve the loss of a person after 40 days, you are impeding their soul’s journey to the next life. It is a very interesting idea, and will make me think after I have experienced a loss…

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  • Social Psychology: Questions And Answers

    1) Mr. K what do you mean by you do not know how much longer you can go on? My rational for asking him what does he mean that he cannot go on, is because he sounds like he is talking about suicide. As a social worker this is something that I want to be clear about. I think that he might respond to this question by answering it in a very specific way. Mr. K is very emotional right now therefore he need help, by me asking him about himself I think that he would be open to answering me with any…

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  • Reflection Paper Bjorhaug

    After two reported sexual assault safety alerts, attempted unauthorized entry in college apartments, river and house flooding and the unthinkable death of Bjorn Norderhaug, we are a community that has suffered through a lot of tragedies. We are a community that is still grieving and for some still in shock from such events. It can be hard to continue on with our lives when we are aware of such loses. It’s as if with a drop of a hat we can become sad when we think about what the Luther College…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experiences That Change A Person's Life

    There are some experiences that change a person’s life forever and those experiences are remembered for a lifetime. The one experience that turned my whole life around, was the time that my family and I immigrated to Houston, Texas from India On May 13th 2008, I had the opportunity of coming to the United States and fulfill my dreams as a child of going to America. But moving across the world had its ups and downs. I faced many challenges and some I still face today. However, through these…

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  • The Influence Of My Life

    If there is one thing in every kid’s childhood that makes them who they are and helps shape them as they grow, its family. I come from two military parents who have been in service all my life growing up. My mom is an ICU nurse holding the rank as a captain and my dad was a warrant officer who worked on electronics before he retired. Moving around every two years came with the price of them being in the army, but because of that I was introduced to many different cultures and lifestyles in which…

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  • Narrative Essay About A Misunderstanding

    Memorable event: Misunderstanding One day in the sunny afternoon with the sun shining as if not wanted to set. I sat in City Park waiting my boyfriend. I looked around there no one people playing or just sitting in the park just only me alone. The sun shone brightly enough make the forehead and the back of my wet. I am curious why my boyfriend so long. I saw man carrying many books and sat near me in the same chair, he wearing glasses with tired face. I want ask or just talking anything…

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  • The Darkest Day Of My Life

    Let me begin my story by telling you a little about myself. I grew up in a small town in Louisiana in a predominantly very poor neighborhood. Some would say "the projects". I like to think of it as a housing development for low income people. The only major influence I had in my life was my granny. She was my sunshine. She took my brother and me to church every Sunday and Wednesday. It was through her that we learned about God. I loved going to church with her. She would always buy us a bottle…

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