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    Who is the best F1 pilot ever The F1 is the top racing single-seater, there are the best pilots of cars in the world, the first race event of the F1 was made in the European Grand Prix Motor Racing between 1920 and 1930, the championship formalized in 1947. The best pilots of F1 can be in between Ayrton Senna, Niki Lauda, Michael Schumacher and Alain Prost, these were the recent best drivers of F1, each of the has won more than 2 world championships in F1. Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost already dead and Michael Schumacher is nearly dead. Ayrton Senna da Silva was born on 21 march 1960 in sao paulo Brazil and died in 1 may 1994 Bologna Italy at the age of 34. Ayrton Senna started racing go karting at the age of 13 in interlagos with an gokart…

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    as large and spread out as Paris. The metro of Paris is not only a key method of transportation but it is a central element to the city. Living in a city comes with a certain level of anonymity that cannot be found in less populated areas. However, anonymity can be lost and through the element of surveillance, which is exactly what happens in the films Subway and Le Samourai. Transportation technology and surveillance technology come together to create a game between criminal and police force…

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    Laughing has been proven to assist people in becoming healthier both mentally and physically. Americans have come to crave this happiness, especially when it comes to the humorists that people listen to. These humorists create this happiness through their critiques of ideas by stating ideas that people don’t always say directly according to author Alain de Botton. It is clear that it is the job of humorists not merely to entertain, but to put a positive spin on events that subsist as serious…

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    Rhetorical Analysis of Art therapy in Art Museums Art museums can serve as a therapeutic tool, especially for elders. Paring a museum environment with art therapy techniques can help encourage people to better themselves within a comfortable setting. Art therapy generally has the same amount of benefits as any other therapeutic practice. By partnering art observation with writing or discussion, self-awareness is experienced and encouraged. The article at hand researches the effect art therapy…

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    Substance In Who Are Me

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    Substance When I refer to substance, also mean content; not just of our actions, but of ourselves. Intend for it to come from within. As in“who are you;” “to know thyself;” to know why you act as you do. Both Socrates and Epicurus believed; “the unexamined life is not worth living” (de Botton, A., 2001, p. 4). Substance might even bear with it a little pain, that the positives in our lives may be the results of a little discomfort; “not everything which makes us feel better is good for us. Not…

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    Science and a traveling mindset are compatible with each other and share some qualities. Alain de Botton in his essay “On Habit,” presents the concept of a traveling mindset. A traveling mindset means seeing everyday places like a great opportunity for adventure. De Botton argues that by paying attention to the details around, people can fight against the boredom of their routine. Also habituation can be reversed by developing a traveling mindset because it helps discovering how things really…

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    What if I told you I have the cure for anger? Well, that’s what the philosopher Seneca would explain to you so matter of factly as simple as pessimism or lowering your expectations. Seneca stated, “Though the terrain of frustration may be vast--from a stubbed toe to an untimely death--at the heart of every frustration lies a basic structure: the collision of a wish with an unyielding reality” (de Botton,80). Seneca’s philosophy implies, to not go so far as living your life catastrophizing,…

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    Kazuo Ishiguro's On Habit

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    Living and existing are two distinct actions. To use all available senses and appreciate the value of a constructed reality is perhaps one of the most difficult tasks humans face on a daily basis. Details become insignificant and a person may ignore the grand scope of their environment for the sake of following his or her routine. To only prioritize routine and ignore the details of one’s surroundings is to have a limited grid of interest, or a narrow sense of self-awareness in the space one…

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    they judge, what if they hate my dress, and the list goes on and on. To compensate for this, our generation relies on celebrities. Celebrities are seen as a prestigious group of people. Which are worshipped and looked up to by those in the secondary classes because to normal people, they bypass all questions of what ifs. Average people are placing so much interest and amazement at what celebrities are undertaking, they become oblivious to what the negative affects celebrities cause or have…

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    Stereotypes Of Conformity

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    this is the lords doing. These belief 's allow me to generate my own opinions on religion and the greater being. When others who are Atheist 's talk about there being no greater being, I like to listen to their reasoning and beliefs. With my mind able to step out into different conversations, I am able to understand how science may prove our existence in life. While this opinion is not my own, I still find it fascinating to learn how science might prove the meaning of life. Now the mind is…

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