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    When initially pursuing an ambition, one must take a careful look at the motives and process. Sometimes, one can immensely decrease the likelihood of a damaging outcome (or almost damaging) when taking this point of caution. For Walter, the lack of consideration for “what-if?” situations caused a great deal of pain for the Younger family. When he secondhandedly invested the money, the middle man(Willy) ended up taking the money. This resulted in Walter successfully losing all of the money that was initially intended to provide education and family stability. Mama poses a series of questions to Walter. Upon realizing the gravity of what had happened, Walter laments “Yessss! … All of it … It’s all gone…” (980). The loss of the insurance money was not only harmful to the well-being of the family, but also to Walter’s pride and acceptance. Beneatha (Walter’s sister) remarks: “That is not a man. That is nothing but a toothless rat…He’s no brother of mine” illustrating the great disappointment each family member had for the upset he had caused…

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    plan (a pre-constructed plan for human life created by a supreme being). Late last year, I landed a new job in the District of Columbia that changed my entire perspective about planning for my future. I was elated and upon receiving the great news and began my plan to relocate my family…

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    abandoned the family when the children were young. Laura’s mother, Amanda, felt imprisoned by the home where she cared for Laura. Tom’s heart broke for his sister. At the same time, he became very frustrated and felt fully imprisoned by his responsibility of caring for his mother and sister. Tom had great dreams which he was never able to pursue due to his father’s absence and his sister’s sickness. The exasperation and disappointment of unattainable dreams is a constant refrain throughout the…

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    as a person is kind of impossible for me to decide. So I 'll pick two words: son and brother. The reason for it being impossible, is because half of who I am is brought about from me being a son, and the other half from being a brother. So to have me choose between the two wouldn 't do me any justice. Nor would it accurately describe me as a person, the morals I follow, and why I follow those morals. By being a brother and son, it brought out certain distinctive qualities that might 've remained…

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    injustice to my son. How would Seneca suggest I explain to Thomas why his father isn 't around? Do I propose to a child, yearning for his father, that he too, lower his standards? Or would it be more beneficial to teach him to love himself enough to demand the treatment he deserves from the people around him? I, personally, would rather engage in more meaningful and healthy, relationships in my life, at the risk of possibly being let down, than live a life of solitude or lowered standards of…

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    How has a comprehension of shopper conduct helped Groupon develop from 400 endorsers in Chicago in 2008 to 200 million supporters in 40 nations today? A. Groupon Founder and CEO Andrew Mason is great at comprehension clients' conduct about shopping. He considered the accompanying variables as the key elements to pull in clients. 1. "Individuals would have a go at something new if the cost was sufficiently low" (Kerin, R. An., and Hartley, S. W. 2017. p. 135) According to Andrew Mason a…

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    Lessons Learn In life I have faced many disappointments and downfalls in which I have learned many important lessons over the years. Yes, indeed it hurts and makes you very upset and want to not trust in someone never again because of something a person done to you before and you feel as if the next person is going to do the same thing towards you as they did. I have many disappointments in life that I have face but they only made me a stronger and wiser young lady even though when it had…

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    Two Films About Loneliness And How the Internet Can Separate or Bring People Together By Taylor Pastrick Set in a somber mood from the beginning, the animated Two Films About Loneliness, offers an odd take on both loneliness and friendship in a digital age. The split screen features Jonathan Smallman (voiced by Tim Key) on the left and Phillip Button (voiced by Detlef Bierstedt) on the right. Smallman is American and does most of the talking throughout the short film, while Button is German…

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    1. In the past three days, it has been noticed that there was uneasiness and tension in a group of male and female clients of 12-16 age. When workers asked the clients questions respectfully, in order to know what is going on, but the clients have withdrawn and have become confrontational and argumentive. They were also not doing their daily activities and were not even participating in any events. On the last day, there was increased conflict between peers consisting verbal abuse and name…

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    brother. Despite the conflicts that both brothers fought against, they reached an understanding at the end of each store. In “The Rich Brother”, Pete momentarily leaves Donald alone in the street and drives off. However, he decides to go back because even though Donald irritates him, Donald is still his brother. The same goes for the brothers in “Sonny’s Blues.” At first the narrator doubted that Sonny could become a pianist, but Sonny proved him wrong when he learned how to play the piano by…

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