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    For most people its satisfying to know they can build something with their own two hands that’s of quality and impresses people. That’s one of the reasons my dad said he loves to do woodworking. People generally take more pride in something they have had to work for or had to do themselves rather than something that was just handed to them. My dad, like most men, is the kind of guy that will try to fix it or make it himself before he has to pay somebody to do it. I was curious as to how he comes up with the ideas for the things he makes. He said that he does it just like his dad taught him. He would see a picture or product he would like to try and build, then he would have to picture it in his mind, “I have to see it in my mind first, I have to think about and the best way to build it” he said. Once he pictures it he can start to build it. Some of the greatest memories of his father that he has is some drawings and sketches from when they built things together. Like the big china cabinet that sits in our dining room to this day. It was hard for him to pick a favorite thing that he has built over the years. But he said the china cabinet was one of his favorites. Because he spent a good amount of time working with his dad on it and it has lasted 30 plus years and he is constantly reminded of his father and the example that he was for him in his life. My dad’s father was his step-father. He too took him in and taught him an honorable trade. I never had the opportunity to meet…

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    In a life of a Famous Person I, Martin Luther King, played numerous acts and speeches throughout the campaign of leading blacks to gain justice, and freedom. Throughout these difficult process’s, we didn’t use any violence, neither weapons against our government because we thought we could get a better chance of getting justice instead of fighting with force. We, the blacks, wanted to integrate with the whites. They call themselves the chosen ones, who were born to own slaves. Consequently, the…

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    involved a group of five women known as the “famous five”, Emily Murphy was a part of this group fighting for women’s right to be considered ‘persons’. Emily was also a part of the Dower act, this case was for an Alberta women who was left homeless after her husband sold their and property and left with all the money. Emily started this case so that married women could have property rights. Emily Murphy played a large role in gaining rights for Canadian women today. Emily was born in…

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    noble is kind and Chabelo was really kind. Chabelo always used to wait for me at the bus stop when the bus would drop me off. Following to my house he would put his to front legs in front of me and so I can pet him. My dad’s secretary loved Chabelo and he loved her back and he always go to the office once he heard the car beep when she locked the car. She would always get to the office before Chabelo, the office and my house where separate, and when Chabelo got there he would knock the door so…

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    The four roles that Mr. Holland played in the movie were being a father, a music teacher, a husband, and a musician. The role that he was most successful at was being a musician at the district. He was most successful at being a musician because he helped with a lot of things that had to do with music. Mr. Holland was successful at being a musician because he worked with other people that needed help with them playing their music or just practicing with that student. For example in the…

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    Intro As humans our views and decisions are heavily affected by the views and opinions of other individuals and this can happen online or in person. Our identity is shaped by outside forces that the person is unable to control. Although each person has their own individual personality, ideas and thoughts, we are shaped by the society and culture which surrounds us every day. So we ask ourselves, can a person really create their own identity? Famous people also affect it because people want to…

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    Intro As humans our views and decisions are heavily affected by the views and opinions of other individuals and this can happen online or in person. Our identity is shaped by outside forces that the person is unable to control. Although each person has their own individual personality, ideas and thoughts, we are shaped by the society and culture which surrounds us every day. So we ask ourselves, can a person really create their own identity? Famous people also affect it because people want to…

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    Ashten Lolley The Miracle Birth Payton Holmes, a young, beautiful woman at the age of twenty-one was a kindergarten teacher at the River Town elementary school. A stunning man by the name of Haden Clark was twenty-three years old and was a post office worker in that town. Payton and Haden had attended the same church since they were little children. It was now that Haden was older that he realized the admiration and love he had for Payton. One day as Mrs. Holmes was teaching her…

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    don’t realize it, but several famous people that we appreciate and love so much were once considered outcasts. But through the things they loved the most, they found a way to belong and eventually became important people in our lives, helping us to feel like we belong in some way. Overall, people need to belong at least to some extent, to be able to achieve what they want in life. Several people will say there are plenty of famous people who didn’t belong and didn’t need to belong to become…

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    The Influence Of Success

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    I define success as a person who does not give up even though they are not doing well. They are successful because they are still trying and not giving up. It is true what Mead said about considering a threat people that are successful that are near you because you do not want to feel inferior to people that are said to be successful. No one wants to fail and no one likes to fail. This forces us to have the desire to succeed. We become threatened when we fail and another accomplishes what we…

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