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    Island of a Thousand Mirrors One of the key transitions that drove Saraswathi’s transformation was the loss of her family at the age of sixteen. Amma, her mother, explains, “You have to go from here, my daughter. We can’t keep you with us anymore. You must go to the training camp. Learn to fight. Become a hero” (159). Saraswathi’s environment changed as she was forced to become a Tiger soldier. As Saraswathi loses her parents, she no longer has a role model to look up to. Being young and impressionable, she becomes prone to many different influences—including negative ones. Her life also changed when she accepted the leader of the Tigers as her new role mode. Saraswathi explains, “I learn about our Leader. About how he has devoted his life…

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    On most occasions, most of the objects or persons have its own symbolism in a community for example: the objects that were used in the story “everyday use” by Alice Walker such as the quilts, the dasher, and the butter churn. Each one has its own symbolism for example the quilts meant family and past generations that were still remembered. The roughness and the finger prints left in the dasher meant being able to touch the loved ones that once used that same object. All this objects can…

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    Lying To A Loved One Lie

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    Hasn't everyone in society lied to a loved one just for the sake of protecting them? In the four articles that I read they all gave their own opinions of lying which was either favoring lying or completely loathe at the thought of lying. Either way, all of them gave a pretty good generalization of lying in certain situations on how it could positively or negatively affect people. Lying would sometimes be necessary when trying to convince someone or to try to stop them from making bad decisions.…

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    Caring for a senior loved one means that it is essential to always have necessary medical supplies in case of an accident or an emergency. Make sure your loved one's home always has these supplies on-hand so you and other caregivers can be prepared. 1. First Aid Kit A simple first aid kit that includes bandages, antibacterial skin cleansers, ointments and topical painkillers can ensure that your loved one will have the supplies on-hand in case of accidental cuts or scrapes. Because seniors are…

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    Death Of A Loved One Essay

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    Death of a loved one When a loved one passes away we are never prepared for the changes that will come to our lives from this tragic accident. Receiving the call that my aunt had passed away in a car crash was very shocking to me and the whole family. It’s something that no family member in this world wants to go through the loss of a loved one. Managing the emotions and feelings we may have after the news is very important since we have to be strong minded and be able to move forward.…

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    Losing A Loved One Essay

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    into this world arrives with an expiration date. It could be as soon as they were born or in a hundred years. Death is a sad and an unwanted event, which almost no one knows how to perfectly cope with. There are numerous remedies to numb oneself from the pain but none that is acceptable for you, physically, mentally or emotionally. People seem to face losing a person with an attitude they obtained from their first experience. With that being said, the death of your loved one is always an…

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    The death of a loved one is never an easy thing to take in. As you go through the stages of mourning, it seems to get easier to accept it. I have never gone through the stages of mourning. Shedding tears was only a temporary thing that lasted less than a minute. That is because I learned to view death as a beautiful thing at an early age. I thought I would no longer shed any tears for death like I had before. That was until I lost my abuelita yesterday morning. I woke up like every other day.…

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    The Loss of a Loved One When my husband’s grandfather passed away, it was one of the saddest moments of our lives. My husband, Chase, is not afraid to express his feelings. That being said we have been together seven years and I have seen him cry only a handful of times, three of them being over a death in the family. Seeing someone I care about so much breaking down over the loss of his Papaw Jim, is something that will stick with me for a long time. Jim’s wife, Nana Ruth, was a special kind…

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    The Death of a Special Loved One Losing someone close can be very hard. Death can be very hard for some and easy for others. For Cecil Patterson experiencing the death of his mother was very hard and trying time for him. How would he get over the death of his mother? What would he do? He had experienced it before, but losing his mother was something that he thought he would never ever get over. As a child Cecil grew up in a household with seven siblings, two sisters and five brothers. They had…

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    Julien, S. (2012). What to Do When a Loved One Dies. Retrieved from https://www.aarp.org/home-family/friends-family/info-06-2012/when-loved-one-dies-checklist.html The article What to do when a loved one dies was written with the purpose of informing the reader on what they should do when a loved one dies along with different suggestions that make the difficult situation less difficult. The article provides a checklist with all the responsibilities that one might be left in charge of, the…

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