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    Near death experiences give us a different outlook on how the human body and mind reacts to our final moments. NDE may occur at the brink of death almost similar to an out of body experience. Many people are unsure of the causes of NDEs. They are confused to whether it is a scientific or religious process. However, it has been scientifically proven that NDEs are linked to the brain’s functions. They are proven by scientific studies because of the research on lack of oxygen in the brain, the…

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    the poems in Songs of Experience are about bad experiences rather than good ones. The purpose of the poems in Songs of Innocence and Experience were to show the two opposing states of the human soul. These being that a child with no experiences are innocent and happy, but when they grow and gain new experiences this innocence is ripped away from them. Blake used these poems to prove something he believed in. He believed that true innocence is not possible without experience. William Blake…

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    Innocence"& “Songs of Experience” It is said that as a young child, Blake, had visions and saw God and a tree full of angels. His parents had noticed that he was different from his peers. This allowed him to create ideas for his poems. He was heavily influenced by the Bible as he was growing up so many of his writings were influenced by it. William Blake, a poet, writer, and an illustrator of his own books, known for his poems, "Songs of Innocence," and “Songs of Experience,” are some of his…

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    For most people, death is a one time experience. If anything is perceived from the closeness to death or the fews moments before life’s door fully closes shut is lost to the departed soul, never to be known by friends or family. But for thousands of people each year out of the millions that pass away they become lucky enough to be brought back from situations where they were their body was on the brink of shutting down or had fully gone to the other side. These lucky few not only get to give…

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    learning experience to understand that as a nurse it is difficult to prepare for a day because it is a career of unexpected events. I was extremely nervous for the unknown situation and outcome that I was going to be faced with. The simulation started the moment I was doing research for the case study and evaluating key points that could lead me to the patient’s illness. I made a plan with my partner and felt the necessity to follow up despite of the situation. The closest real life experience…

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    work was a collection of poems protesting war, tyranny, and King George III’s treatment of the American colonies. Then in 1789 his Songs of Innocence were printed followed five years later by his Songs of Experience. These were a contrast of the states of the human soul. The Songs of Experience spoke out against the monarchy and the church; they were published the same year that King Louis was executed during the French Revolution. Blake was a supporter of both the French and American…

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    An individual’s perception is made up of stacked lenses that alter the truth, which summarizes their own slice of reality. These lenses are experiences, and they can have major consequences to one’s quality of life. The experiences one buys and commoditize for status elude them the farthest away from the truth, and are the most spoiling for their character. Our money driven society feeds these illusions to individuals with a bias that they do not necessarily understand and purposefully…

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    environment or experiences play a huge role on having an affect on one’s perspective and identity in life? People’s environment or perhaps their experiences often have an impact on how they make their decisions in life. For example, characters such as Zane,Walter, and Esperanza, it changed their perspectives on life like changing the way how they act. As a result, their actions can also consequently impact their identities such as their character traits. A character whose experiences and…

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    affect for the rest of your life. The first time you experience something will always stick with you whether it’s the first time you kissed someone, when you lost your virginity, or when you first fell in love with someone. When people reminisce on their first they experience all sort of emotions. Looking back on your firsts brings the sensation of disembodiment because feelings are heightened during those times. In many cases when people experience their first relationships they come out of…

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    knowledge, experience, and ability to create viable…

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