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  • Life Over A Meaningless Existence
    462 words
    Some might say that life is defined by the choices we make. But, what if you choose your life into a meaningless existence, an existence where the only satisfaction you have is injected through the end of a hypodermic needle. Trainspotting is a British film, which ponders such an existence with a rather non-judgmental light placed upon the use of heroin. By the end, you might find a somewhat deeper meaning of life, or at least a definition of what life should not be. Trainspotting is a dark come...
  • Great End Of Life
    271 words
    'The answers to life's problems aren't at the bottom of a bottle: they " re on TV!' Homer Simpson " It's a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it. ' W. Somerset Maugham " Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum. ' Oliver Wendell Home, Jr. ' The great end of life is not knowledge but action. ' Thomas Henry Huxley " Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive' Elbert Hubbard " It's a funny thing about life; if you ref...
  • Colonies Of The Empire
    453 words
    The Colonization of Stevens In the year 1954, two years prior to the setting of Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day, the Suez canal was returned once again to the government of Egypt putting an abrupt end to the English imperialism and colonialism that had extended throughout centuries. The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro serves as a conceit for the rejection of the British Empire by its colonized subjects. Much like the narrator of the novel, Stevens, personifies the dynasty of the British E...
  • Changes In Life
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    Personal Writing: Fragment - Changes in Life By Aaron S. KirbyOutlineThesis Statement: Changes in life like these can change you both physically and mentally for the rest of your life depending on the severity of the situation. I. In early August of '96 my life at home became a living nightmare. II. I applied to the first ad I saw in the paper and strangely enough, Iactually got a call from Ramada Inn in less than 3 days after applying.. In my lifetime I have seen a lot of weird things and have ...
  • Little Johnny
    759 words
    The Perfect Crime Sentence was passed and in that moment my whole life completely changed. In the background, you could hear the people chant, "Justice has finally been served!" They don't know me I thought. Everybody makes mistakes, right? But, where was my second chance in life. My luck, the death penalty became legal again and eagerly waiting for me to become its newest member. My palms grew sweaty as always when I grew nervous and scared. There was nothing I could do. These people wanted me ...
  • Good In The End
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    Quaestione Disputate#3) Whether it is ethical to keep a person alive if their quality of life is not good and will not improve. In such a case, what is the responsibility of the medical profession? The following argument will be made toward the negative, suggesting that it is intrinsically unethical to keep a person alive under certain circumstances The first issue to address is the sub-components of the Quaestione in order to better set the argument in motion as a proof. The Quaestione can be d...
  • Tortoise Challenges Hare To A Race
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    In the story the Tortoise and the Hare which was adapted from the fable originally written by As eop through Carolyn Quattrocki, we have a story that involves two conflicting personalities. On one hand, we have a vain rabbit named Hare who is so in love with himself, this causes him to misses the important events in life. Secondly, we have a tortoise that goes by the same name, who seems slow and prodding, but who in reality takes time to enjoy life. In the story, Tortoise challenges Hare to a r...
  • End Of His Life Einstein
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    During the early twentieth century there had been many grand scientist to surface, but the one that comes to most peoples mind's is the incredible Albert Einstein. Many people may only know Einstein for his astonishing science achievements, but none about his life. Albert Einstein was born at Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879 (Albert Einstein). As Albert was growing up he spent the beginning of his childhood life schooling in Munich, where it is said that he was considered a slow learner. Sense Alb...
  • Educational Preparation For End Of Life Care
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    Am I Old Yet? , (Komaiko, 1999), is a true story that takes us deep into a world most hope to never enter and few dare to go: the nursing home. After reading this book, end-of-life care, an issue that was once just an aspect of nursing to me became a powerful issue that needs prompt attention and change. According to Leah Komaiko (1999), the truth about aging lies in the idea that no matter how old a person is, if they have love and personal relationships at the end of their lives, there is only...
  • Mawi Lives In Chicago
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    When Mawi Asgedom was three years old he fled the war-torn country of Ethiopia with his family. He ended up in a refugee camp in Sudan where he spent three years of his life. In these camps, him and his family heard magnificent stories about a place called "Amerika". This, of course, caused them to want to move there. After about a year they were able to immigrate to Chicago, Illinois. When they arrived in Chicago they lived in a one-room motel room while an immigration office tried to find a ch...

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