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    using the smallest of details should know and understand the country far better than the average citizen. With that being said, if he himself is saying things that pertain to the nation as being something as glorious and beautiful as the shining city on the hill then to the average citizen of the nation is must be true. This gives Ronald the trust of the people which helps him deliver the feeling of hope and pride for the country that these viewers call their home. This authority and credibility that he has is really important because it gives his speech a reason to be heard and believed as the truth and nothing but the truth. Many people in country viewed Ronald Reagan as a grandfather type role having the kind heart and warm smile that you could trust. This made it easy for people to easily bring emotion into what he said throughout the speech and throughout his presidency alone. Since his goal was to give people of the nation pride and hope he did this very well by stressing the beauty of the country he had lead. A part of the speech that largely brought out the feeling of hope in the speech was said as “And she 's still a beacon, still a magnet for all who must have freedom, for all the pilgrims from all the lost places who are hurtling through the darkness, toward home.” Using the word “home” makes the viewer relate to their own lives and what that word means to them personally. The emotions and the feeling of safety, warmth, love, and secureness are often associated…

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    A poor woodcutter refuses to share his meal with both Jesus and the Virgin Mary to present his social injustices in Christianity. The woodcutter explains the reason that “I think you neglect the poor. You give everything to the rich and so little to the poor” (1609). Furthermore, the woodcutter only shares his meal with Death. In this tale, Death symbolizes the balance of justice because she “[doesn’t] play favorites with the wealthy because of their money, nor the beautiful because of their…

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    corner of the street off the highway, holding a sign that read “anything can help, god bless” he dropped $5 in the can and asked him, “May I sit?” “Of course sir!” The man said with excitement. He sat down with the man and asked him all sorts of questions about his life and where he came from. Charlie was touched by the man's story and in that moment, it occurred to him that he had in his bag something that could change this man’s life. He took out one of the goblets and handed it to the man.…

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    Have you ever been forced into something that you absolutely would have never done if you didn’t have to? This fear became my reality last Sunday. For the first time in my eighteen years of my life I stepped foot into a church. I choose a local church for this experience called The First Reformed Church. The address to this Christian church is 5387 W State Road 10, Wheatfield, IN 46392. In this essay I’ll be explaining how this experience has changed me as a person and the things I witnessed…

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    Definition Of Compassion

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    My definition of compassion is when you are willing to help another being in need without the expectation or intent to receive anything in return. I was privileged to grow up with a mother that was very compassionate and caring, and from an early age she showed me that true compassion is giving without selflessness. I often find myself doing things out of compassion from day to day such as holding the door open for someone if I spot them trailing close by behind me. However in these same…

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    Suffering Reflection

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    Yes, I realize the October update is arriving in November. I knew something good was coming on the 3rd and I wanted to wait so I could tell you about it. On Thursday, November 3rd, Rooted Soul hosted a half-day retreat for local church planters. It was called Abide and is the first of what I hope will grow into be six retreats offered to church planters next year. Abide is spaced created for church planters to reconnect their hearts with the heart of God through meditation on scripture and…

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    alone near the middle of the auditorium waiting. I was just waiting on God. As I watched the Archbishop, I noticed he had turned away from the exit and was winding his way through the crowd heading directly toward me. Breaking through the edge of the crowd, he walked over to me, extended his hand in greeting, and said “I have been watching you, and it is a pleasure to greet you personally. God bless you.” With that, he turned back toward the exit and vanished in the crowd. Before I proposed to…

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    miss it. That scene before us, and countless others set before us daily would instruct us that it’s not about us. It’s about God. It is deep calling unto deep. It is the Spirit of God calling out to the spirit of man: “Here I am!” My hope is that we can all come to the knowledge of the truth, that is, to the point where we realize that, in the end, all our exploits put together amount to nothing. In the final analysis, by themselves they are at best useless. The center of everything, and…

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    He/She can see the city that mirrors this symbol, for Liverpool also blends the past and the present. He/She can fully appreciate the modern and the antique coalescing. It would describe the awe this view inspires, the empowering sensation one gets when he/she can look out across all of Liverpool. One feels a warmth that he/she is unable to fully articulate. Here lies the parallel, knowledge places you at the precipice of change and makes you empowered, and as one stands on the building that…

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    Bernie Satire

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    Interestingly, the scriptwriters paint the protagonist Bernie in a twisted situation of both that of a victim and murderer. Simultaneously, the directors play on the viewers’ pathos and make them feel compelled to view both stances. Thus, they are torn between their moral values and ethics. Is Bernie too good for his own good? He was constantly categorized in a positive sense: “Bernie…had the ability to make the world seem kind. …Bernie made you feel real good about yourself” (Shepherd Project).…

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