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    Essay You hear often of this “perfect person” everyone is so desperate to find and you think to yourself, who actually is this perfect person you hear so highly of? Well, to tell you the truth, you will never meet the perfect person they’re talking about but, that doesn't mean that you won't meet your own “perfect” person. Imagine everything you like about people, physically and mentally and jam that into a single person, that is your perfect person. Even if the person doesn’t line up with your friends, ideals, that doesn’t matter because they aren’t you and there perfect person will most likely differ from yours. Since we're still on the topic, ill list the traits I would want my perfect person to have. The girl would…

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    Is Marriage Out-of-Date in Today’s Society? Marriage is a relationship in which one person is always right and the other is the husband! Marriage seem like the most important part of life because the media portrait that when a men and women fall in love they get marry in a couple of month after knowing each other and then they have an amazing family and live in a big house. In today society Marriage is out-of-date because people find the single life to be more enjoyable. Single people and…

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    It is God’s desire for us to become whole in life. In the book Keys for Living Single, the late Dr. Myles Munroe says, “until you are a separate, single, unique and a whole person, you are not ready to marry.” The process of becoming whole starts once you establish a relationship with God. According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, Wholeness is defined as the condition of being sound in body and the quality or state of being without restriction, exception or qualifications. The Biblical…

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    The texts ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, written by Harper Lee and ‘12 Angry Men’ directed by Sidney Lumet; both display contrasting features and qualities. While both are very diverse texts, they both share an undeniable resemblance, in relation to a single person affecting a group 's idea of a just and morally right decision. Prejudice and discrimination are a reflection of how both the accused characters in either text sway opinions about which course of action is correct. Two of the protagonists,…

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    where the two have no relation to see what matters. Following an explanation of his account, I will object his view on the bodily criterion, by proving that the ‘new’ person will not be him. Afterwards, I will respond defending Parfit’s rejection, stating that it all boils down to survival and having something left for others and to complete what we could not. Finally I will agree with the objection that the bodily criterion should be accepted because the ‘new’ person will not be the old you.…

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    Happily Single, Really? “I am happily single !” I bet you heard this line before or even you said it. We all know someone who is single and claims they’re “happy”. Even in Beyonce’s 2009 song “ Single Ladies” she had ladies from all around the world jumping for joy, because they are happily single. However, is a single lady really happy being single? The truth of the matter is, the majority of the single female population is not happy being single, they’re miserable. They…

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    metaphor that hope is like a bird because birds with feathers. Since birds perch on objects, the soul is used as a metaphor to suggest to the audience that the bird or hope is sitting inside the person. The audience from this point could assume that the bird or hope is inside every person. The next two lines of the poem state to the audience that the bird or hope is singing a tune without words and that it never stops. Emily Dickinson seems to be continuing the first two lines to suggest the…

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    The question the will always come up for a single person who travels for work is: where will I be living? For most that answer will be a hotel or motel for a few days. What happens for those who will be staying in one place for months at a time? Economically what will make more sense; staying in a hotel for that period of time or just seeking out a rentable apartment. The solution hotel companies have come up with is a new type of property; an extended stay hotel. The new question that one must…

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    particular task. Trello makes it easy to organize all the tasks that we need to do, will do, or tasks that we completed. The source is https://trello.com/b/7tl34rjS/riskories 2. Whenever anyone in the team have something that they think would be important to the project, they can add a “card” to an appropriate “list”. The cards represent all the tasks and the lists represent the categories for each task. In our case, we have four different lists called: To Do, In Progress, Completed and Other.…

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    he got to see set so that means his will be the only one remembered by him. The last and possibly most intriguing message in the poem, is that in the end, no one will really remember you anyway. This is a dark and dreary side to the poem, it’s a very daunting message. What he says is that basically no matter what you do or the accolades you have, no one will remember you anyway. It states in the poem, “…Runners whom renown outran and the name died before the man.” (Lines 19-20) Right there in…

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