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    “ We did not come to fear the future. We came to shape it”(said by Barack Obama). This quote could not fit any better for these two colonies. Both, Jamestown and Plymouth, came to the ‘new world’ to create a better future for themselves as individuals and a society. Of course, both were very different in many ways, from where they landed to who came. What was truly was different, but similar at the same time, was the their encounters in the ‘new world’. The Jamestown colony came over from England to take the riches here. The British people heard about the sights of gold and silver in this land. When they got here they saw vast, mineral rich land here and thought of all the tobacco they could grow and the fortune that would come in the industry. The colony was mostly of men were to preoccupied with their hopes and dreams of riches that they drove straight into starvation. “...considered the cause and reason which was this: While the ships stayed, our allowance was somewhat bettered by a daily proportion of biscuits which the sailors would pilfer to sell, give, or exchange with us for money, sassafras, furs, or love. But when they…

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    Dhanushkodi was a ghost town and he had nowhere to go. The nearest village was thirty miles away and he was surrounded by wilderness, a death trap. Arthur fell onto the ground, the icy sting of the floor seared his leg and the raindrops shattered on his hard like battle-charged soldiers, clinging onto him with a tormenting, tenacious grip. The thunder of the clouds and the cackle of smothering embers were like a requiem, sealing Arthur’s fate. Arthur staying in the village for a month, dining…

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    Myrtle and Gatsby have dramatically different personalities--Myrtle is vulgar and garish, while Gatsby is more classy and refined--but as part of the “no money” working-class, Myrtle represents a past that Gatsby, now a member of the nouveau riche, has monetarily transcended. However, as Fitzgerald illustrates, social standing does not necessarily follow wealth. Gatsby grew up poor with nothing but his love for Daisy, who, as a member of the “old money” class, embodies Gatsby’s lust for both…

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    Rags to Riches: How To Become a Successful Entrepreneur A Guide by Ashok Sharma So, you want to be an entrepreneur? Entrepreneurship takes the most skill of any job there is in this entire world. Go ahead and try to think of jobs that require more skill than that of being an entrepreneur. You may think of a brain surgeon, but that requires knowledge more than skill. “What about a nuclear engineer?,” you may ask. The problem with that is that while it is a hard job, it does not match the skill…

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    Riches Come, Not by Chance or by Luck What do you want to be? “Successful”. What do you mean by ‘Successful’? “I think everybody defines success differently.” Do you think Success is a Real or Abstract concept? “Definitely abstract. It could even be all in the mind.” So, do you think it’s enough to work hard to achieve ‘Success’? “Sometimes, hard work isn’t enough. There’s definitely a factor of luck involved.” What do you mean by ‘luck’? “You know, luck. It’s kind of a bonus in your destiny.…

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    Piggy Riches slot review If you feel like a little bit of the filthy rich lifestyle, then welcome to Piggy Riches slot by NetEnt. These swine are seriously well-off and like to show off their wealth in a variety of ways to make everyone else jealous. If you like luxury, animals and fun slots, this is your best bet! Who know maybe it will help you to bring home some serious bacon? Hmm, we mean cash for the slot winnings. Let’s check the games payouts, features and see where you can play and get…

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    Empty Riches Clean morning sun shone through the skeleton of nails and planks, casting geometric shadows across the unsanded plank floor. The only sounds to be heard were the sweet chirping of birds and the rhythmic pounding of many hammers finishing the house. Giants bustled everywhere, one placing drywall, another laying tile, and some planting huge flowers beneath the newly painted mailbox. This was a banner week for Habitat for Humungosity (HFH), 3 homes already finished and this last…

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    Aristotle does believe that there is a limit to the riches a man can possess. On the top of page 10, Aristotle writes that, the art of wealth getting which consists in household management has a limit. If your only purpose for getting wealthy is for accumulation, then there is no limit. The other use of the other type of wealth getting has a further end goal. The further end goal is to efficiently manage the household. Managing the household includes things that are needed to live in a family…

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    A frivolous lawsuit is a lawsuit that is filed by a party or attorney who is aware they are without merit, because of a lack of supporting legal argument or factual basis for the claims (Legal). Sometimes, this lawsuit is pointed at an entire organization because of an injury or problem caused by something they provide to consumers. Sometimes, they actually win. A number of economic resources that go into these lawsuits, being time and money, is outrageous (Post). There is a multitude of other…

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    The ethical dilemma was between the family of the Kids for Riches and Judge Ciavarella. Judge Ciavarella create a program in 2009, which he was to house juvenile delinquents and accepted and two-million-dollar finder’s fee to do so. Families accused Judge Ciavarella was happy to tear families apart for exchange for a payoff. Judge Ciavarella sentenced around 3,000 children. If, Ciavarella was to attempt to do the ethics of care then he would not have put himself and his greed before the…

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