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  • Graduation Speech: Zeta's Position

    I feel qualified to hold this position because of how influential the big/little aspect of Zeta has been on my life. My family within Zeta is so close from my great grand big down to my little, and each of them have given me a feeling of having a home away from home. I’ve experienced how important getting a big sister can be when you are a freshman trying to find your way and find where you belong at Auburn. I’ve also experienced how important it is to turn around and be that same guiding light…

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  • Reflection On English Skills

    Being in a job which required me to communicate with the other worker in English which is not my first language was a mixture of an interesting, difficult, and challenging experience. Writing emails, shift turnover reports, monthly reports, weekly reports, and answering phone calls were some examples of tasks that we had to do using English in our work. Using Arabic was extremely forbidden, especially in emails. We had to work hard to improve our skills in English because the management would…

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  • Ministry: The Philosophy Of Doing Pastoral Ministry

    Philosophy Of Doing Pastoral Ministry Church Revitalization Church Revitalization is the process of renewing the passion and desire of a stagnate or declining church to grow. True revitalization can only be achieved through prayer and guidance of the Holy Spirit. It is best to make modifications and/or changes that are led by the Lord. Revitalization can be achieved by introducing a sense of urgency to a congregation. It should be noted that revitalization is a process not a program; therefore…

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  • Becoming A Physical Therapist: A Personal Statement

    After cleaning her wounds, giving her multivitamins and handing her parasite medication she looked up at me with her cavity filled mouth smiling the biggest smile I had ever seen. She reached her arms out in front of her tiny body with her hands together and pointed them towards me. A translator whispered behind my shoulder that this was a sign of ultimate and saintlike respect. Her magnitude of gratefulness made me instantly humbled. With tears in her eyes, we hugged. Little did this…

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  • Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints

    by vote who will be granted the right and responsibility to lead the Church.(source?) The ballot centers between Sidney Rigdon, First Counselor in the FIrst Presidency, and the Quorum of the Twelve with Brigham Young at their head.(source?) Two meetings take place this day, morning and evening. Time is granted for both candidates to present their case proving their legitimate claim to leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.…

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  • Essay On Christian Religion

    Christianity is the most popular religion in America, and shortly after that is Mormonism. These two religions are both grounded in knowing who Jesus is, and the basic fundamentals of the Bible. Although both of these religions claim to be Christians or a form of Christian, Mormons definitely have their own take on how things happened and what they think to be true. I grew up learning a tremendous amount about both of these. I am a grounded Christian believer, with a very broadened knowledge on…

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  • Porphyria's Lover And Neutral Tone Analysis

    “Porphyria’s Lover” & “Neutral Tones”: The Sinister Similarities of the Speakers The loss of a loved one is perhaps the most difficult experience that humans ever come up against. The poem “Porphyria’s Lover”, written by Robert Browning, adds a sense of irony to this. At the most superficial layer, the speakers in both “Porphyria’s Lover” and “Neutral Tones”, written by Thomas Hardy, both deal with loss. The tones in “Neutral Tones” seem to be indifferent, or Neutral. The speaker of…

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  • My Experience Of My Life In Bangkok, Thailand

    In Bangkok, Thailand, I faced several prejudices mostly because I was poor. Back in my country, the families had to pay for their children’s education. So those that born into the families of doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, politician, and other high paying occupation get to go to the “fancy” school. Growing up in a family of single mom who sell insurance and second hand clothing for a living did not help me much in school. No money mean no future in Thailand. One cannot be successful in life…

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  • Analysis Of Passion Of The Christ

    The film The Passion of the Christ opens in a scene in which Jesus is tempted and tormented by Satan. At first Jesus is praying in the night with some of his disciples. Then a Satanic figure appears and begins harassing Jesus. Jesus ignores him but begins sweating immensely. Satan then manifest as a snake which Jesus stomps on. Next, Judas appears with soldiers and kisses Jesus on the cheek. In response Jesus is arrested. Peter attempts to intervene, by attacking a soldier. However, Jesus tells…

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  • Why I Want To Continue Education Essay

    As a child it was instilled in me by my parents that I would always have my education no matter what it took. It has been true to this day. I have been forever grateful for the opportunities that I have had as a child to young adult because of them. Although they have helped me tremendously, it would be nothing to them if I hadn’t put in the hard work and dedication that it takes in order to want to learn, excel and grow. I believe that I have done my job to show them why it is even worth it in…

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