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    Gratuitous Promise

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    A promise is an assurance that one will carry out the act he or she has committed to another. Businesses should adapt to a contractual agreement with large sums of money donations, not only does it guarantee that donation but also a promise is followed through from one who has initiated the donation within that agreement it should state one who receives the donation should make a gesture of gratitude, an agreement between both parties involved before making it public knowledge, and what both parties will benefit. With large sums of money being donated, I think its best to put it in writing (contract) where the receiver (National Art Center) is guaranteed to receive the donation from the donator (Alexie Yashin) and the receiver should in return…

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    Broken Promises “Flying” is a short story by Alice Miller. It is about a girl named Allie Lester who has to choose whether keep her promise or break it and fly. The short story starts off with Allie, who is six years old at the time, hanging out with her older cousin Mack. Mack teaches her numerous amount of things when they spend time together, but this particular moment is more special than any time before. Mack shows Allie how to fly; it is such a pleasant and graceful experience. However,…

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    Dennis Prager once said “Goodness is about character - integrity, honesty, kindness, generosity, moral courage, and the like. More than anything else, it is about how we treat other people.” From the minute you are born your family starts inflicting some sort of moral principle, rather it be a good one, bad one or one that you even follow at all. One of the first things I remember my parents saying as a child is to not do something to another, if I did not want it done to myself. Up to this day,…

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    Abrahamic Covenant

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    presented in context, and then explaining and validating how each covenant relates to each other. Abrahamic Covenant The Abrahamic Covenant is a covenant made between God and Abraham. In looking at the context, the promises of the covenant were outlined first in Gen 12:1-3, and later the covenant was confirmed in Gen 15. The Promise, and ultimately the covenant, included blessings. “Specifically, Abram’s name would be great; a great nation would emerge from his loins; all nations would be…

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    Although, the management must work on making the entire staff more approachable and communicative. The administration had stood by its promise by managing its explicit promises, as the staff kept the promises it verbally made such as quality of care and the overall cost of the treatment. Service scape Analysis The patient was welcomed and directed to the reception by a pleasant looking manager which was the first instance of attention noticed by the patient about the hospital. Also, the…

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    Danny Wadeson, the author of “Destiny: The Taken King’ Live Up to Its Promise and Hype?” writes about the new expansion for Destiny. Wadeson explains throughout his essay about the core things they have done to improve the game with the expansion. The main ideas that he focused on about the game was the lore, gameplay, and the game developers actually listening to the fan base. The game has been out for 5 weeks now and I have been playing that game alone whenever I have time to play games. I…

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    The Promise

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    In “The promise”, C.Wright Mills (2016) defines the concept of sociological imagination as a “quality of mind” which allows understanding of how the intersections of biography and history shape individual lives. Mills recognizes that most people encounter a feeling of being trapped since their perception of the world is largely shaped by their social milieu. He further states that people are therefore unaware of the relationship between their personal circumstances and the broader social and…

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    Patient Promise

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    The Patient Promise is a health promotion pledge created by two medical students at John Hopkins Medical School in 2012. It is created for all healthcare professionals to “lead by example” to advocate patient health (The Patient Promise, 2012). The pledge promotes patient health by holding a partnership with the patients and practicing the similar healthy lifestyle behaviors themselves, which can contribute to controlling the increasing obesity rate in the U.S.. Some of the interventions include…

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    Ever since I was little I always wondered why I was never good enough for anything. I felt like I was not good enough for my family, and I still believe this to this day. My family treats me so different than they do to anyone else. I know I was never good enough in school because no one ever wanted me in their class. I strived for straight “A”s and sometimes that just was not enough. I wanted all the extra credit and higher grades than anyone. I made it a mission to do everything that I could…

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    The Promise Analysis

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    In the essay “The Promise” by C.Wright Mills the author focuses on the individual. In particular, he focuses on the individual analysis of the effects of day to day life, and what it does to an individual. The author opens his essay by saying that we feel “trapped” in whatever social situation our mundane lives put us through on a regular basis. The author states, “Nowadays people often feel that their private lives are a series of traps. They sense that within their everyday worlds, they cannot…

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