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    Siddhartha's New Life

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    with the Brahmins, he sees that he won’t find enlightenment. He decided to go his own path searching for enlightenment. The first step in Siddhartha new life is when he left home and went with the Samanas. He decided to leave his family, friends, and to follow the Samanas with his fiend Govinda. They gave up their cloth and stayed with one pice of cloth. They started to practice self denial, they suffered through hot and cold weathers of burning and freezing. They fasted formally days and never ate cooked food. Siddhartha main goal was to feel empty of wishing, of dreams, empty joy and sorrow, to lose himselfe. He did lose himself, but each time it comes back to him. Three years later, a teacher named Gotama, the Buddha passes by the place where Siddhartha and Govinda are living with the Smanas. The Buddha, Gotama is the one who have reached enlightenment. Govinda and Siddhartha followed the Buddha. But Siddhartha left, because was dissatisfied with his teaching. He farewelled his best friend Govinda, what really made him feel sad.…

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    Ivan you were such an angel. You peed in bed until you were 8 years old, that hilarious. Life was so easy for you and fun. You lived out in the country, where you loved it the most. Cowboys, horses, cows, western boots, you fell in love with it all didn’t you? You wish you hadn’t left Texas for Oklahoma. Life was so much funner in Texas you thought. BUt you didn’t know that your parents had to start a new life in Oklahoma because of financial insecurities for the Mares family. They needed to…

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    ship over the guillotine back at home any day. A promise of work and possibly a second chance of life was all that I was told before being thrown on this ship and sent off to a place no one has ever heard of before. This was one of the many ways, and reasons, many immigrants…

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    Everyone have some sort of struggles in life. I think most of the time that we see people every day with their game faces on. Life demands us to grow and become stronger human beings. But not everyone is same. We people choose our path according to our goals in life. Those paths might be many different according to their interests, beliefs and dreams. Those paths sometimes make us outsiders in society and in our hearts. This world is filled with people yet we find ourselves being lonely. This is…

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    Elements of Colonial Life in New England Economic Political Social Massachusetts Bay Colony was thriving as a result of the successful fur trading, fishing, and shipbuilding industries. This was made possibly by skillful settlers like John Winthrop, an affluent and educated settler who became the colony’s first governor. The Pilgrims arrived outside of the Virginia Company’s domain and therefore had no specific authority. In order to prevent chaos in the colony, Pilgrim leaders wrote and…

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    During my time at New Life Community Development and at the St. John’s Bread and Life Mobile Soup Kitchen, I learned quite a few valuable things. When I first started my academic service learning, I went in with the attitude of getting the job done and leaving. I had no intention of enjoying the experience. Although that changed when I walked into the Mobile Soup Kitchen on a grimy Monday afternoon with a whole line of people waiting outside the truck. I immediately started to prepare for the…

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    11 March 2016 A New Chapter Thirteen years ago at the age of five, I left everything behind in the Dominican Republic to start a new life with my parents in the United States. I was an only child at the time. It was a new beginning not only for my parents but for me as well. We had to adapt to a new society, and the fast moving pace of life in New York City. My life in this tremendous new city started off great; the schools, the protection of the law enforcement agencies, and the people were…

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    Have you ever been to New York? Let me tell you, I never planned on going. The thought had never even crossed my mind. I’m a small town Iowa girl, what would I need to go to New York for? Have you ever seen those television shows where people find out that they have a “long lost family member”? Watching those shows I had always thought about just how fake that was. Coming from a family who is very close this is not something I ever would have to be caught up with, or so I thought. It began as…

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    Cameron’s Life: Episode VI a New Hope. In life there are many definite ends like finishing a bowl of pasta, finishing a 4-5 page paper your professor gives to you to finish in two days (I know, what the heck), or leaving a soccer club. At these ends, there are beginnings, eating more food because that 's all I do, starting another paper (Please don 't), and going to a new soccer club. During the intervals between a definite start, and definite ending, there are many small beginnings and…

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    How would she ever improve if she never took those huge risks? If Linnéa stayed home she would never fully get the experience of the new culture. If she went, she would step out of her comfort zone and challenge herself. Linnéa finally made her decision to go to the dreaded science fair. The day went by quickly. She arrived at…

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