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  • Personal Narrative: The Loss Of One's Life

    One of the hardest concepts we as humans have to deal with is death. The loss of someone’s life has far more implications than just losing that person physically. This means that we are no longer able to enjoy their company, talk to them on an interpersonal level, and simply lose the ability to interact. Every person at some point in their life has to experience a loss of someone who they hold dear to them, which can be a major turning point in how they view the outside world. An event that…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life In The Midwest

    at least, gave me a chance to try and figure out what to do with my life. Putting my life through the filter of reality, I knew my future was bleak if I did nothing. My education had stopped at graduating from high school, and Nev hadn't let me keep a job for any length of time while I lived in Phoenix, making my work history spotty at best, and a less than enticing employee for most employers. I needed to make changes to my life, I just didn't know where to begin,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Life Of A Mother

    One day a long time ago, there was a young mother. The mother and her husband had no children. Even though they tried and tried, they could not have a baby. Then the mother had an idea. She went to adopt a child and took her home. The husband was overcome with joy. As the child grew older, they started to misbehave. The couple did not know what to do. As they raised them, they were acting more and more like a stubborn brat. The mother had enough of this behavior and constantly scolded the child.…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Spread Of Life

    Having been shaped by experiences and life to this point, the crowds hear the words 'bread of life ' and jump straight to a very physical understanding of Jesus ' words. They remember the hard work it is to simply have basic sustenance on the table and think back to the working of this Jesus who managed to feed five…

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  • Hinduism: My Personal Experiences In My Life

    therefore, I call myself a Hindu, based on the cultural exposures that I have had through my family and my religious community. And yet Hinduism for me is like a foundation, one on which I have built my own perceptions of God and religion, based on my own life experiences. My particular views may therefore seem unique at best, blasphemous at worst – but they will have a great impact on how I act as a patient, and as a physician. Like many Hindus, I believe in reincarnation. Traditionally,…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life In Marana, Arizona

    I have been able to experience life and death in nature’s atmosphere, grow a respect and love for all that is in it, and at the same time realize the important factors that everything plays to each stage of life. I have been able to experience freedom of mind through learning to be accountable for my actions at an early age and if I made a bad choice, it could lead to…

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  • Personal Narrative: How Religion Has Changed My Life

    old self had died and been replaced by someone else. My entire perspective on life was thrown out the window and replaced with something new. I laid there silently, knowing that what I just witnessed would change my life forever. Throughout my childhood I had always considered myself to be a relatively religous person. Like many others, I grew up in a catholic family where sunday church was a mandatory part of life. I never resented going to church, but I saw it as just another arbitrary…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Life-Changing Experience In High School

    These blubbering quotes come to birth when it snaps our life within seconds by a ridiculous way to hang us upside down. Otherwise, brings tonnes of joy in which does not last sufficiently long. Imagine expectations can drive us nuts, instead of mentally putting us into the realms of reality. It’s a whole different galaxy, like between that of the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxy which is billion light years apart. How do people react? In this wise Earth, people whose going through life’s up and…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Family's Life Stages

    Bowen, interpersonal relationships are based on a constant struggle between a need to gain togetherness with other people while also establishing independence. This interaction is true for members of a family too especially the children. In my family life, as an individual I have had to face a number of struggles while establishing my independence. There were times when I preferred to move away from my family and distance myself from them but at other times I wanted to experience emotional…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Religion In My Life

    darkness into His marvelous light – (My conversion experience) I am the first born in a strong Buddhist family in Sri Lanka. My grandfather was a Buddhist Priest and I thought Buddhism was the best religion in the world. From very young age of my life I wanted to become a medical doctor, and I prayed every day in front of Buddha’s statue asking him to make me a doctor. I also studied very hard to achieve this goal. I heard about Jesus when I was in the university, but I never wanted to…

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