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    Mia To Stay Quotes

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    “I realize now that dying is easy, living is hard” (Forman 175). This quote is so much more than just words; it represents a choice, Mia’s choice between life and death. Stuck outside her lifeless body, Mia is presented with the choice of staying and living with what she has left on this earth, or leaving and joining her deceased family. With her loved ones watching over her, Mia reminisces about her life and the possibilities of her future, as she is faced with this powerful decision. In the end, Mia decides she has so much more reasons to stay, than leave. I will be questioning what caused Mia to stay, predicting what happened after she woke up, and evaluating the overall book. What caused Mia to stay after losing so much? I believe Mia stayed because of the loved ones she had left and all the possibilities of her future that she may never have known. Family and friends mean a great deal to Mia and she means a great deal to them. Mia’s whole family is at the hospital, day and night, worrying about her and hoping she pulls through. Her grandparents are there for her the most though, they talk to her as if she were awake and not in her coma state. Her grandfather even goes as far to tell her it is alright if she decides to go, because he understands that waking up would be so much harder. Her friend, Kim, is also another loved one she would be extremely heartbroken to leave. Her and Kim are so much alike that they initially hated each other. Mia does not know what she would…

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    1970s. Women have evolved since the late 1900s. Many work in work fields alongside men. Becoming mothers does not stop many of them from still working. A lower percent of mothers stay at home, although, it should not be for every woman. Women should not feel obligated to be a stay at home mother; they should be able to be independent, to be a role-model to their children, and to be capable to bring a larger income into the home. Most women who work show independence. They show that they do…

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    What would you do if the one thing that made a group stay together left? What if that group was a family of outcasts,or ”hoodlums” that their society blames them for. Would that group be able to stay together? That group of “Misfits” would be able to stay together after losing the thing that kept them together. Even though they lost a loved one,they would still do anything for one another like backing each other up without a second thought.While reading The Outsiders by S.E Hinton, the death of…

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    Essay 3: Stay-at-home Dads Generally, women are considered to be more responsible for taking care housework, such as cleaning, taking care of children and cooking. The couples who try to split the work have still similar patterns of gendered distribution of housework. When the housework is split, men are generally assigned to the yardwork, such as, mowing the lawn, and doing repair work. Women are more expected to do the cleaning and cooking. According to the article” At-Home Fathers and…

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    property; an extended stay hotel. The new question that one must ask now is: will staying in one these hotels really make more sense economically than renting something similar? An extended stay hotel is an apartment-style hotel that uses the same booking technology as a hotel but provides the services and rooms…

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    greater or lesser displeasure, (2) if they stay or leave behavior is associated with the commitment level, then they are more likely to stay in…

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    60's Research Paper

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    life in 1967 and can’t really recall what the 1960s looked like or even better what was going on during that time. I do remember the early years of my life that both of my parents worked factory jobs. Most weeks they would be gone 10 hours a day before they came home from work. My parents used a child sitter with us while they were away from home. Early on it was my mothers’ aunt, who took care of us, then it was neighbors, and finally it was hired through a classified advertisement in the…

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    This is the beginning of the wall paper being the central symbol in the story. Throughout the story, the wall paper is the focus because it progresses from hatting it, to becoming obsessed with it. The woman uses unique details when describing the wall paper such as the lines going together, incomplete lines, etc. Afterward, “the faint figure behind seemed to shake the patter, just as she wanted to get out” (p.652, p15). I can say that this is her own problem because John’s wife stays awake all…

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    My breath was sparse, and I was begging in my mind that they won’t come near. My dark hair was in my eyes, blocking my vision, but it didn’t matter because my eyes were shut as tight as I could get them. “Don’t… come…. n-near,” I whispered half for self-comfort and half to try to get them away. The wind whistled in response, and right then I wished I wasn’t alone. Bad mistake. I didn’t mean for them to be with me, I meant anyone else but them. Anyone. Even that brat from third grade that I…

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    He suffered through so much, not even knowing what God’s plan was for him in the end, but he still remained obedient to God’s will for his life. He grew in his personal relationship with the Lord and the relationships within his family. Joseph’s life is an excellent example and motivation of how Christians today should stay humble and trust that God is in control, no matter what may be awry. Staying steadfast for God in times of darkness will be rewarded with love and light, and most of all, the…

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