Jewel

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  • Holy Hands Analysis

    The power to help someone feel better physically or emotionally can be as simple as writing a letter, hugging someone or administering medications. These tasks are simple when done freely with two hands. Our hands are tools that we can use to help patients, family or friends when they need it the most. Most everybody has two hands, but not everybody uses them for good. To use our hands for good in healing others, is the same as doing God’s work on earth (O’brien, 2001). After reading the passage on “Holy Hands” from the book, The Nurse’s Calling: A Christian Spirituality of Caring for the Sick, I could not help but to reflect on a time when I was sick and required surgery. My surgeon was Dr. Sharon and she did something thoughtful that I will never forget. She gave me a handmade card that read, “peace for you” on the front. On the inside, left hand side it had Psalms 56:3, “When I am afraid, I will trust in you”. On the right, it read, “Dear Mrs. Sederburg, May the comfort of God’s love fill you with hope and peace.” My doctor did not only use her hands to heal my body but made me a card to show that she cared about my spiritual wellbeing. This paper addresses the following: How the subject of using our hands to help others made me feel? What is responsible for me feeling this way? How does my perspective on this subject potentially influence those around me? What do I think I should do, based on my response to this reflection? First, I will address how the…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Jewel And Jewel

    Jewel and I come up from the field, following the path in single file. Although I am fifteen feet ahead of him, anyone watching us from the cottonhouse can see Jewel's frayed and broken straw hat a full head above my own. The path runs straight as a plumb-line, worn smooth by feet and baked brick-hard by July, between the green rows of laid-by cotton, to the cottonhouse in the center of the field, where it turns and circles the cottonhouse at four soft right angles and goes on across the field…

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  • Black Beauty: The Georges And The Jewels

    person perspective affect a story? In both “Black beauty” and “The georges and the jewels” the narrator describes their experiences and form this shapes the character.They have a very similar style of using a first person perspective. Though this we saw how the characters saw the people around them, and learn from experiences. “Humanizing “ both human and nonhuman characters. Though they do share some similar features they do have few big differences. Firstly Both “Black beauty : The…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Hour Of Jewel

    The hour of Jewel would be from 9:30 to 10:30. It wouldn’t be everyday though because I am very busy on some days. This would be my special time because I can play basketball, watch movies, and eat lots of food. I would most likely play basketball first since I don’t want to exercise on a full stomach. When I watch movies, they won’t be specific movies, since I do like all types of movies. When I’m watching a movie that’s the perfect time to eat all the foods I like, especially since I can’t do…

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  • George Balanchine Jewels Analysis

    George Balanchine is recognized worldwide for his virtuosic, neoclassical ballets. Balanchine has been claimed as the father of American ballet, due to his prominent contributions to the twentieth century ballet culture. From the almost hundred ballets he created throughout his career, I believe “Jewels”, which premiered in 1967 at the New York City Ballet, New York State Theatre, to be one of his most stunning works. Jewels is a full evening length performance, consisting of three acts. Each…

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  • Character Analysis: The Jewel Of Medina

    Intro and Thesis: The novel The Jewel of Medina by Sherry Jones, is an intriguing and engulfing story of A’isha, the wife of Muhammad. I found myself enjoying the reading and excited about what event was going to happen next. Although it is not all based in fact, it helps individuals grasp the concepts of early Islamic life. The novel shows many examples of strong women despite their lesser status that is expected at the time, especially when portraying A’isha. I think A’isha’s character helped…

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  • The Georges And The Jewels By Jane Smiley Analysis

    Even though the phrase “point of view” is just three measly words, it is one of the most important choices an author needs to make while deciding how they are going to write their story. Will they write in first person and use “I”, and “we”, or write in 3rd person and address people by their names or use pronouns like “he” or “they”? Although many people decide to write in third person point of view, both the stories The Georges and the Jewels by Jane Smiley, and Black Beauty: The Autobiography…

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  • Poem Analysis: The Jewels That Mountains Wear

    The Jewels That Mountains Wear Image source: google.com How much ice did you ever see in one place? An ice tray full? A skating rink full? A pond full? A river frozen from bank to bank? That 's a lot of ice. But there are places in the world where there is more. Much more. You know how high mountains are. There are places where the space between mountains is crammed and jammed and packed full of ice. This kind of ice is called glacier. This video simply explains how glacier is…

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  • Dystopian Characteristics Of Propaganda In The Jewel By Amy Ewing

    The Jewel. In the series “The Jewel” by Amy Ewing, the dystopian genre shows itself through many dystopian characteristics such as a totalitarian government using propaganda to control its citizens. In these novels propaganda contributes to controlling the citizens and crushing dissent. Propaganda is used to hide the murder of surrogates through unwanted pregnancies with babies they are not compatible with. It is also used to convince the citizens that everything is fine and that the royalty…

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  • Character Analysis: My First Impressions Of Jewel

    Jewel is introduced in the first page with darl start talking and talks about jewel being behind of him by 15ft. My first impression of jewel is that he is secretive and have many thing in his mine and that is why he is different from everyone else. The first time jewel talks in the book is on page #14 and my impression was that he is strange when cash is building the box for his mother jewel say that its because cash is building that box under the window and she can see him. Its also give me…

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