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  • Personal Narrative: Lessons Learned About Life

    “In three words I can summarize everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” I remember these words repeating in my head as my mom told me the devastating news about my uncle. When you are living your life, you began to feel as if nothing can come between you and your happiness. You forget that this journey does come to an end like a roller coaster does after its crazy, adrenaline-filled ride and it can happen to anyone you know. Events in life can hit you at any given moment, and sometimes you have to take the memory by the hand and carry it with you because it may be the reason you are who you have become today. We had planned a trip to San Antonio, Texas with my mother’s sister and her husband, in the week before New Years. My parents felt the need to treat them to a little trip before they left for our home country of Pakistan. The trip started with us seeing many amazing areas of San Antonio, but by far the best was the beautiful River Walk. We went there on our first day of the trip at night because all the lights turn on and makes it look so alluring. As we went down the stairs to the beginning of the river, the whiff of foods from every country in the world soaked up my nostrils. The sounds of music came from every restaurant and made it appear as if Gatsby was hosting one of his grand parties here. We felt the soothing, cool breeze touch our skin and make us want to walk even more along the path. The River Walk was by far one of my favorite places, and I would…

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  • Myth Of The Cave Interpretation

    “What is love? Baby, don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me, no more.” – Haddaway Back in the early 90’s, pop singer Haddaway posed a question about love. In this song, Haddaway explores the dimensions of what it means to love. A little silly, right? It’s hard for one to take this question seriously when all you can picture is a scene from “A Night at the Roxbury”, with Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan simultaneously bobbing their heads to the beat of this infamous song. While I can’t help but bob my head…

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  • Mock Interview Analysis

    Haddaway, Amanda. “Benefits Of A Mock Interview.” Careeralism. 2 March 2016. Web. 15 Apr. 2016. Haddaway provides multiple reasons to engage in mock interviews, a practice interview to test strengths and weaknesses, such as helping boost candidate’s confidence and reduces stress. The article introduces career services for students entering the workplace and promotes using them to help individuals get a job. The article introduces the idea of pretend consultations, then provides evidence to…

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  • Essay On Tattoos And Piercings

    facial piercing or visible tattoo. Though to many this may seem like a sort of discrimination, but the work place, and managers are within their right to decline someone with tattoos and piercings to keep from offending the customers or even the coworkers. The conservative look is more leaned towards to in the work place, only because most jobs require face to face contact with the customer. There are many classes in the work community that are protected from any sort of discrimination when it…

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  • Theme Of Love In A Midsummer's Night Dream

    What is love? Aside from being an excellent song by Haddaway, it is a favorite subject and theme of William Shakespeare’s work. In the play A Midsummer’s Night Dream, A tale of four people Lysander, Hermia, Demetrius, and Helena who go into a forest and encounter some fairies and leave ready to marry each other which they do along with Theseus the king of Athens and his beloved Hippolyta queen of the amazons (no not the online shopping company). It also happens to be one of Shakespeare’s most…

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  • Love Is True Love Analysis

    What is love? I don’t mean the hit song What is love? by Haddaway. What does love truly mean. As defined by dictionary.com, love is an intense feeling of deep affection. I believe that love is much more than that though. True love would mean you would do anything for the person you love. A deep bond that could not be broken by anything, by anyone. A mother’s love for her child is one example, the mother would sacrifice herself in order for her child to live. It does not have to be that extreme…

    Words: 1050 - Pages: 5
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