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    Albert Schweitzer: The Sincere, Sympathetic, and Supportive Servant of God Albert Schweitzer once said, “[d]o something wonderful, people may imitate it” (n.pag). Albert Schweitzer grew up in a Christian family, his father being a Lutheran Pastor. Albert’s childhood affected Schweitzer’s life significantly. As Schweitzer grew up, he pursued his talents on playing the organ and studying philosophy and theology. Studying Philosophy and theology acted as the first steps to the great mission later on. After he had finished studying medicine, Schweitzer took off to accomplish what no one would do at that time. Though there were ups and downs in the process, Albert held strong in his call for his great mission. Albert Schweitzer was a great Christian man who worked for God and for those in need of help; his great works affected and still affect many people’s lives directly and indirectly. According to schweitzer.org, “Albert Schweitzer was born on 14 January 1875 in Alsace, Germany” (presently Haut-Rhin, France) (n.pag). His father being a Lutheran Pastor, Albert grew…

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    cast out of the garden. From that point on, sin enters the world. Each man has the mentality of being better than the next person. Therefore, the more power he has the better. Also, man often wants things to be done his way. The job cannot get done his way if someone else is in control. An example of how man controls nature is by cutting the grass. No matter whether man cuts his grass once a week, once a month, or once a year, he is still controlling nature. Also, mankind controls nature…

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    Albert Schweitzer when he was a kid he was devoted to music, education and religion. He went to Strasburg college. He got a degree in physiology. The next year he went back to college. Schweitzer then got a degree in medicine. Then he went to africa to save people. He gave many sick Africans food, water, and medicine. He earned a Nobel Peace Prize. That is how he brought light into darkness. -Bram Martin Luther King Jr was a great man. He really brought changes to our country by fighting…

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    Freedom can mean many things to many people, freedom to me means being liberated from what once held one in bondage. Although, freedom according to the Merriam Webster’s dictionary gives a concise definition which states: “Liberation from slavery or restraint or from the other power of another: independence. Nevertheless, Martin Luther king Jr. is a well-known activist who fought for the freedom for African Americans. Also know for the March and his I have a dream speech. He wrote a letter…

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    In addition to the trait aspect of personality, the external environment also influences our personality whether we realize it or not. External environment like parenting style, culture, or school influences and shapes our behavior and perception. The longer one lives in the same environment, one may be influenced by the culture of the surrounding. This, external environment, then influences our traits. No matter how much one’s personality may change according to the environment, a person’s core…

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    Albert Einstein's Photoelectric Effect

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    “frame of reference” which contradicted Galileo’s previously believed theory of relativity, giving the scientific community a different idea to ponder (Hayden 12). Albert discovered that the universe was constantly expanding, later proven by Edwin Hubble, which discredited the previous view that the universe was static or never changing, altering the scientific world’s past beliefs (Biography.com 14). One of Einstein’s published papers explained the photoelectric effect. The photoelectric effect…

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    It is often hard to define someone as a great human being. Greatness can be defined itself as having the power to be brave, and never give up. Most people judge on the events that made that person great. Bethany Hamilton was one of those people who is defined as great. Bethany Hamilton is both brave, and dedicated. Bethany has never given up her dreams even after a shocking yet horrifying incident occurring only at the age of fifteen. Bethany’s story of courage can easily be categorized the same…

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    Inside Albert Camus’s The Stranger, Camus portrays Meursault as an absurd hero. Meursault was attached to the physical world, and he was different from a normal individual. Meursault would have a direct impact from the “shimmering heat” (17) of the sun, which ultimately caused him to “squeeze his hand around [his] revolver” (59) and kill an Arab. As a result, Meursault had to live in jail, and he had to change his routine. He would spend “sixteen to eighteen hours a day” (79) sleeping, and his…

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    The third theory used in the present study is known as Lambert's Social Psychology Model which emphasize on the social and psychological aspects of second language learning (SLL). The theory is used to explain about individual differences (ID's) in language learning. ID's are one of the aspects which closely related to the success of second language acquisition (SLA) and second language learning (SLL) where the success and the failure of the processes are due to the different individual…

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    Existentialism “A philosophical theory or approach that emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent determining their own development through acts of the will.” –Internet meaning Existentialism is the idea that a man lives due to his free will and individuality. That every human define their own meaning in life. It also tackles what is human existence and that human defines their own meaning of life. This idea believes that there is no God, or any higher…

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