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  • Perfection For An Imperfect World Perfection
    436 words
    Perfection For an Imperfect World Perfection is an objective that has never and will never be accomplished in this world. God made man with the ability to make his own decisions; unfortunately this also meant man could sin. This factor proves that while man is still on this earth, perfection is a hopeless goal. But despite this cold hard truth, mankind still struggles to find perfection in their life. If one looks in the nature of man, it is easy to see that they try to achieve perfection in the...
  • D The World
    455 words
    World on Fire"D The world is so unbalanced. We! |re killing it. Everyone is killing it, but especially us in the U.S. who see our nation as advanced and powerful.! SS If car ownership and oil consumption per person in China were to reach U.S. levels, then China would consume eighty million barrels of oil per day. Yet, in 1996, the entire world produced only sixty-four million barrels per day. !" Other nations can! |t live the way we do because the world can! |t supply enough.! SS The U.S. sellin...
  • Town Of Gullen
    755 words
    Durrenmatt wrote about the town of Gullen (meaning "excrement" in Swiss), "It is a community which slowly yields to temptation... yet this yielding must be understandable. The temptation is too great, the poverty is too bitter. (The Visit) is a malicious play, but just for that reason, it must be presented without anger and in the most humane way, with sadness yet with humor, for nothing hurts this comedy that ends tragically than brutal seriousness". Durrenmatt uses the people of the town to sh...
  • Only World
    558 words
    Nature ='s Presence It was sunny one afternoon campus. The sun was high in the sky. I was sitting underneath a weeping willow tree, with the sun at my back. Watching the birds fly over head and the ground hogs chase each other by my feet. Trying to follow the path of the ground hog, before it descended to its = underground layer was making me dizzy. For a furry, what would seem like obese for its size these little animals are in quite a harry to explore the world. They were shimmying into their ...
  • Time World Peace
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    World peace to me is like an eight billion-piece puzzle. It's as if you can only do so much by yourself until you need a helping hand. Just like a puzzle, the world can look perfect for an amount of time until someone decides to destroy its beauty. We all wish that the puzzle would never come apart but in time everything dose. Just like a puzzle, world peace can be put back together, and all it needs is a helping hand. It only takes one person to end the hate, and the uncivil greed. As well it o...
  • Imagined World Through Metaphoric Images
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    In this essay, an analysis of process types will show how Rhoda, a character from Virginia Woolf's novel The Waves, experiences herself and the world. It will be demonstrated that Rhoda is a kind of displaced person in the universe, unable to act upon this world but longing for a transcendental, immutable dream world. In her interior monologue, Rhoda builds up a strong contrast between the room in which the party takes place (associated with agitation, terrors, heat, fire, scorn, individual deta...

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