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  • View Of The Sacred In India
    794 words
    The view of the world in the eyes of a Hindu believer is one that is filled with reverence and interconnectedness with their own well-being. Yet, the necessary means that they apply in order to live off the land (known to be detrimental) are just that, necessary and thus in their eyes the will of god "bhagwaan". To be human is inherently thought of as a cause of suffering and thus the deeds of the suffering humans not matter how disrespectful they be towards the environment are in the end forgiv...
  • Eyes Of Dr T.J. Eckleburg
    480 words
    In the novel The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, there is an important theme in the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg. These eyes watch over the events and characters of the novel like the eyes of God. Many things happen in front of the eyes of Dr. Eckleburg, like the vehicular manslaughter of Myrtle. There is one quote in particular that describes the eyes of Dr. Eckleburg. This quote has many different meanings to the reader, depending on which way you pick it open. This quote goes '... above t...
  • Eyes Of Dr T.J. Eckleburg
    361 words
    The Great Gatsby In the novel, The Great Gatsby, the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg represents god, the all seeing and all knowing god, which society, cannot fool. George Wilson believes that the advertisement's eyes are the eyes of god. 'I spoke to her,' ; he muttered, after a long silence. 'I told her she might fool me but she couldn't fool God. I took her to her to the window, and I said 'God knows what you " ve been doing everything you " ve been doing. You may fool me but you can't fool God. ' ...
  • Able To Cross The Border
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    Today was a very long and tiresome day. After a long journey which needed a lot of courage and wisdom, we have been able to cross the border. The Prime Minister's personal helicopter dropped us one mile from the border. After wishing us good luck, they flew back. I waved towards them as the helicopter took off. I took a bird's eye view of the surroundings. The sky was clear and the sun was shining brightly. The ground was decorated with beautiful green trees and attractive colorful flowers. The ...
  • Shu And Tefnut
    282 words
    According to the Egyptians, in the beginning, there was only water. The water was a god named Nu. Out of the water came the sun god named Atum. It is said Atum created himself using his thoughts and will. This coming out of the water signifies the coming to light stage. Atum had nowhere to stand so he created a hill. Atum was lonely, so his next step was to create more gods. Atum made a union with his shadow and then came the offspring. He was considered a bisexual god so this union was normal t...
  • Hurston And Janie
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    The intrinsic qualities that define the person of Zora Neale Hurston include feminist, sentimentalist, passionate, deep-rooted and a maverick. Born a black female during a time when a person's place in society was determined by the color of their skin and women were fighting for their rights. Proud of her race and gender; Hurston was indifferent to the norms of society. She is noted as one of the first black American female writers of her time and there are claims she is the pioneer of feminism....
  • Amaterasu
    308 words
    Amaterasu is the supreme deity of the Japanese religion of Shintoism and the legendary ancestor of Japan's imperial family. The full name of this deity is Amaterasu Omi kami. This means in Japanese the Great Spirit Illuminating the Heavens. In the two earliest scriptures of the history of Shintoism, Amaterasu's origin differs. These two scriptures are the Nihon shoki and the Kojiki. Nihon shoki states that she was the child of Izanagi and Izanami, the first Shinto gods. The Kojiki states that Am...

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