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    In this day and age we are surrounded by technology some might say that technology is ruining the world and some might say other wise. It is an on going issue that might never get resolved. To the click of a button on the top of your finger we have access to information that we didn’t have 30 years ago, just goes to show how much the world has evolved. I think the real argument here is that does and will the Internet give or take away the value of art. We are faced with not just on world but two… the Internet. We have always dreamed of a better world and what did we get; we got facebook, instagram, twitter, social media is what we got. Scrolling through numerous Facebook feeds or posting a photo on Instagram we are always clicking a way not…

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    Light For The World Essay

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    Light for the World is a non-profit international disability and development organization that strives to aid people who have an impediment or disability. They treat disabilities and empower individuals to become active member in society. Light of the World specializes in inclusive education, eye health, prevention of blindness, and community based rehabilitation; through these four concentrations, they aspire to change the world. They are currently engaged with multiple local, national, and…

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    In “The Blazing World and Other Writings,” Margaret Cavendish introduces us to a new form of writing. Cavendish is a woman who adventured into the male zones of science, philosophy, and politics. In this story, Margaret shows that women are more than capable of taking over and ruling the world when the power is given to them. We are shown that Cavendish uses a feminist structure throughout her writings. The Blazing World and Other Writings begin with a lady being stolen from her home by…

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    Entering An Unknown World

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    Before one can become a beautiful butterfly, we must break out of our old shell and fly into an unknown world. But, life provides many ups and downs and having some sorts of motivation and effort will help anyone to overcome the problems and get to success. However, if we living in this world our life shouldn’t be without ups and downs, otherwise, we are dead.In everyone’s life, many peoples come and goes. Many peoples come and stay in our lives forever and many come only for a short period of…

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    The World Will Be More Dangerous Since ancient times, safety issues have been essential for both national and international aspects. Most of the time, there is a peaceful relationship within nations and countries, and the world seems to become safer and wealthier. In recent years, some people predict the world is becoming safer in many articles or reports. Many leaders of the countries devote their time to reach diplomatic, peaceful, steady relationships with other countries. When we see the…

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    Difference In World War Z

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    Everyone Can Make a Difference Everyone struggles with their identity and who they are supposed to be when growing up. What type of school, job, and life you are going to live is constantly on the minds of millions around the world. If everyone lived a normal lifestyle the world would not be the way it is today. Former President John F. Kennedy said that “the purpose of life is to contribute in some way to making things better” (Goodreads). In the fictional novel, World War Z, it reveals how…

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    I saw this feeling of connection to things around us when we watched the film on Andy Goldsworthy. In the film Goldsworthy spends hours creating intricate structures in nature only to have them destroyed by natural causes. He is helping show us that we can change the world, but what we change can always be changed by something else in the world. For example we can build dams as humans but the water can weather them down and destroy them. Showing that all things in the world are on an equal level…

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    “The World on the Turtle’s Back” is a myth how the world began. The story begins with a woman who was digging a tree root for medicine. As she was digging in the tree root, she makes a hole in Sky-World and falls in the hole. When she lands safely on a turtle’s back, she plants the roots on the turtle after she was given dirt from a muskrat. She eventually has a daughter who has twin boys who compete against each other until one is defeated. This myth explains how the world started and why…

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    1. Ordinary World The Ordinary World represents Andalusia Spain, where his journey began. At this moment, he is a roaming shepherd of many terrains and his home is all of the lands that his comes across during his wandering. He’s raised and educated by his family in Spain. We notice that sheep hold a special place in his heart. The character establishes that he has a great desire to travel. This desire drives him to become a shepherd. Santiago was very familiar with the atmosphere. Most likely…

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    [50 pts] Question #8: In what ways has the world become an interdependent-interconnected community? The world has become an interdependent and interconnected community where we relied on the services of others to support ourselves. For instance, Mike Vilhauer is a fisherman who got lost in the wild, with no food and internet. To adapt to this change of environment, he had to find some sort of method to help sustain himself like drinking from streams and living in a cave. This illustrates how we…

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