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    HLTH 113 – Patient Assessment Paper Instructions Last week I was walking towards the park minding on my own business while taking my usual walk. It was a beautiful day, the sun was warm and bright, at the distance birds were signing and dogs were barking; I had my earphones plugged in my ears and the Luke Bryan song “Do I” was playing. The fresh breeze were gently touching my skin and blowing death leaves away. At a few miles away I could see something laying on the floor, something like a person wearing a blue pants but I was not quick sure of what it could be, without any doubt in my mind, I kept walking towards my destination still listen to Luke Bryan Station on Pandora. At the entrance of the park, I was so shock and sacred at the point where my heart “dropped” down into my stomach when I saw a young man laying down on the floor. He looked like he was around his forty. I wanted to run so fast and so far away from the situation. But then something told me not too maybe it was the wind who whispered that to me and right then I remember I what I have learned in my Health Class. Children were playing inside the park, other were climbing wall and other children were swinging on the swing, Baby were crying while their mom were trying…

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    Luke Bryan has worked over the years to become the successful country artist he is today. He grew up working on a farm in Georgia for his father (Luke Bryan Biography 1). In his early teens, he had decided that he wanted to have a career in music (Luke Bryan Biography 1). Luke began writing songs with some help from others (Luke Bryan Biography 1). Many of his songs made it on the Billboard Hot 100, and a lot of his albums made it on the Billboard 200 (Demings Award Section). Although Luke Bryan…

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    Luke Bryan “The power a song has over people is the simple fact that someone could be having an awful day and your song or performance can make that all go away. The way that it affects people's lives and how they can remember what's going on in their lives when they heard a certain song you sang.” Luke Bryan said this to everyone that is going through a hard time and that you’ll get through it. Luke was going through a hard time and still managed to keep on writing and singing new songs.…

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    Thomas Luther “Luke” Bryan was born and raised in Leesburg, Georgia with his father and siblings who owned a peanut farm. He picked up the country music from his parents records that consisted of Alan Jackson, George Strait and Conway Twitty. Luke’s childhood consisted of hunting,fishing and singing. His parents bought him a guitar at 14 and started playing songs in local bands and in the park. Luke still helped around the farm but he still found some time to write songs and to sing…

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    a hint. You need to try and understand the purpose of these hints. This is because you can use your critical thinking skills to solve the puzzle and even discover why the answer to the puzzle is important, not just for the characters in the story but for what it conveys to you through the story. Watch Episode Now, you are ready to dive into the episode of Breaking Bad. You want to start the episode and let the story take you in. The series starts off slow, but that’s just to balance out with…

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    Prophetic Jesus, Prophetic Church is a book written by Thomas Johnson. Johnson wrote this book to challenge taking the Luke-Acts Christianity into contemporary Christianity. The challenge is that the church would have an ear to hear its prophetic calling. The overall purpose of the book is to offer a scriptural foundation for the ministry of the church so that it is grounded and coherent in the ministry of Jesus. Johnson argues that Luke and Acts, presents Jesus and the apostles in terms of…

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    Emergency workers are considered a special breed of humans; they are those who are willing to take extra sacrifices to potentially save the life of a total stranger. While commonly, the monetary reward for those who attempts such feats is miniscule, the act of selfless service is more than reward enough for those who are willing to answer the call. No matter how heroic one might feel the job of an emergency worker is, there is always someone who wants to rain on his or her parade. As quoted in…

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    Introduction Acts is a continuation of the Gospel of Luke. Both books are addressed to the same person Theophilus, whose name means “beloved by God”. Also Acts picks up right where Luke 24 ends, with the ascension. When Jesus ascended it marked the completion of his ministry on earth. Verse 1 Acts 1 and Luke 24 have much overlap between them. “Without the book of Acts the story of Jesus would be incomplete. Afterall, he didn’t come merely to save individuals to get them to heaven, but to…

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    Jesus then tells John to write down everything he sees and hears and to give it to the Seven Churches of Asia. Each church would get a special gift if they follow what John tells them. What John then describes afterwards is extremely confusing. Most likely it is a depiction of the end of the world. It could also be the depiction of events that took place before or after the time of this books publication. To continue with the description of the book, John opens seven seals. The first four seals…

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    The Freeza Saga represents Dragon Ball Z's closest approach to what might be called the textbook example of the monomyth, even though it does not cover all seventeen of Campbell's stages. The tail-end of the Saiyan Saga serves as the catalyst for the Departure act; Goku and his friends need to travel into outer space to the planet Namek to bring their comrades killed by the saiyans back to life, including the creator of the dragon balls. This need to find new dragon balls creates the Call to…

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