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    is brave to do so. Helping someone in need is an amazing thing to do even when the person is not asking for help. Even though Tris chooses Dauntless, she is a Divergent and will never be able to fit into just one faction. Tris is told that she must conceal this news because it is bad to not fit in with everyone else. Knowing this threatens everyone she loves. To save the people she loves she has to learn how to deal with her fear. Tris is told, "becoming fearless isn't the point. That's…

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    brain in love” was surprisingly interesting to say the least. She compared romantic love to that of a cocaine high however it is never ending. Romantic love is an obsession, it possesses you, you lose your sense of self, and you can’t stop thinking about another human being (Fisher, 2008). Helen brought up an interesting fact regarding the reason why we have such an intense craving for love. The reward system for wanting, motivation, craving your focus becomes more active when you can’t get what…

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    progressing into something more, it is giving people a choice. There is no right way to find love, just as long as you find it. It doesn’t matter if it’s arranged or if you found them yourself. Americans perceive arranged marriage as this terrible thing. In the U.S. arranged marriage is generally seen as parents fixing up their children for their own benefit. We see it as a loss of a freedom. We want to marry for love, we want the freedom to choose who we marry. We think the idea of someone…

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    What is true happiness. Love. One of many comforts that human beings needs is to have someone that they can rely on to be there for them through thick and thin. In the poem, "Most Like an Arch This Marriage" by John Ciardi defines love showing commitment, trust, and respect to built a healthy and strong relationship for one another. Love is something we cannot explain because everyone has their own way of loving. One of the key factors to love someone is to be able to have commitment. In order…

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    is the secret to falling asleep and staying asleep? Well, the real secret to sleeping soundly at night is having the right type of bedding– organic bamboo bedding. How can bamboo bedding help you sleep through the night? Specifically, bamboo bedding can help alleviate the following four common sleep problems. • First, you are uncomfortable in your own bed. • Second, you are either too hot or too cold. • Third, you keep waking up from allergies. • Forth and finally, your kids can’t stay in bed…

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    Between the film and the story, Tristan and Isolde is the perfect mushy and action filled tale of all time. Both adaptations are classic tales that deliver the well-known story line for forbidden love. Without a doubt, the movie and the story are very similar to Romeo and Juliet the better known dramatic love story. Tristan and Isolde do have many difference between both medias that completely changes the original story entirely. The movie, being more of a cult classic than a major motion…

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    on their spouses?Davis's story "Break it Down", helps clarify the false assumption that marriages will lead to happiness or satisfaction when looking through the text "The Storm", by Kate Chopin. In "Break it Down" by Lydia Davis, the narrator is obsessively expressing eight days of romance in which he spends $600 for. When breaking down the affair, he comes to a conclusion that the inevitable pain is part of the whole process. Davis's story helps the reader understand the false assumption that…

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    that era. Einar from Danish Girl thinks that she is trap in a male body and Posner from The History Boys discover that he is homosexual after falling in love with Dakin. Although the endings of their life are miserable, both Einar and Posner use an open-mind and brave attitude to deal with their struggles after the trigger point of dress in a lady and fall in love with Dakin respectively. Einar tends to use an affirmative attitude to face them while Posner is stand still in the past and don’t…

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    Do you believe in love at first sight? (Rhetorical Question) Romeo and Juliet did and it lead to both of their deaths. Romeo believed that he was in love, a feeling he had never truly felt before. As a young teen, you could expect that he would make some irrational decisions, but nothing like what he did to be with who he believed to be his true love. Romeo Montague's fatal flaw was his impulsiveness due to falling in love and marry Juliet, becoming a murderer, and taking his own life . One…

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    This is a difficult letter to write, I want it to be perfect, but it obviously won’t be. It can’t. There’s no words that could possibly express how much I love you or how amazing you are to me. So I guess I’ll start this way… A few years ago, before I met you, I thought I had my life all figured out. I would be a lawyer and meet the man of my dreams in university. He would be tall enough so that I could be smaller than him even when wearing heels and he would have curly brown hair with bright…

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