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  • Permanent Peace And Harmony In Ones Life
    683 words
    Old Messages Brought to LifeToday's world needs to be taught the old messages of life. We have so many different religions that preach the same things. All are of one or more supreme beings and their teachings. Across this world it is the same messages and yet we fight one another, because my god of love is better then your god of love. The basic human problems are even the same we all call these situations sin. Is it possible to change the world and it beliefs? One must start with their self an...
  • Objective Critical Thoughts
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    Logic and Perception A human's ability to think constitutes the human's ability to live. Though life can and does go on without thought, thoughtless life would hold no meaning for most of us. Our thoughts fill our days and give meaning and purpose to our days to come. Through perception, we become aware of our environment through physical sensation (Merriam-Webster, 1997, p. 546). Every single experience and observation, every smell and sound, that enters our mind through perception is then fuse...
  • Role Of Death In His Life
    968 words
    There are themes in life that everyone goes through at one point or another. These universal themes, however, are experienced in different orders. As in In the Name of the Father, sometimes it takes the death of a loved one to bring meaning to one's life. In the case of The Death of Ivan Ilyitch, though, it is his own death that is dealt with. Ivan lived a pleasant life, attending law school, being in the company of high society. He did some things that he questioned at first, for the acts made ...
  • Scene A Prophet Of God
    888 words
    Kahlil Gibran was a Lebanese writer who spent the last twenty years of his life in United States. He considered THE PROPHET to be his masterpiece, and most people who read it understand why. It is a poetic work, but not really a poem. In this book Gibran shares his philosophy of life in really beautiful language. The author sets the scene A prophet of God has been living among the people of Orphalese for's long time, but he has been longing to go back to his real home. Over the years he has come...
  • My Thoughts
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    I strolled aimlessly along every sidewalk in town. Pondering my next move, my thoughts raced in my head like a train derailed. Amy had somehow forgotten me. In all my years I never believed this could happen. I swore I would be there for her, and she swore to never forget me. Earlier that day I paid a visit to her. I stood statute behind her as she gazed into the mirror. She looked pale and exhausted. She seemed almost sickly, yet still beautiful in a way only she could be. I could have done not...
  • Unconscious Thoughts
    871 words
    Freud was particularly interested in the psychoanalytic school of thought and the founder of psychoanalysis. He believed that our unconscious minds are responsible for many of our behaviors. According to Freud, he thought that there was a significant relationship between slips of the tongue and what we are actually thinking. Today these are called Freudian slips. Similarly he believed that we get information, like our fears and wishes, out by just merely saying what comes to mind. He was able to...
  • Meursalt
    401 words
    "It has been said that Camus 'was haunted with the notion that our world is a universe which has no place for us, in which our life makes no sense" The Stranger reflects this philosophy in a myriad of ways. Mr. Meursalt is the main character. He seems to live in his own world, socializing with others, but not caring too deeply about what happens in his life. For example, when his mother died, his thoughts were, "Mother died today. Or, maybe yesterday; I can't be sure" (Pp. 1) He did not have any...
  • Jonathan Seagull
    2,502 words
    Once there lived a village of creatures along the bottom of a great crystal river. Each creature in its own manner clung tightly to the twigs and rocks of the river bottom, for clinging was their way of life, and resisting the current what each had learned from birth. But one creature said at last, "I trust that the current knows where it is going. I shall let go, and let it take me where it will. Clinging, I shall die of boredom". The other creatures laughed and said, "Fool! Let go, and that cu...
  • World As A Huge Rat Trap
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    To others, the world is a peaceful and quiet haven for everybody; some see it as a great wide somewhere still subject to explorations and discoveries; but to the unfortunate, it is nothing but a rat trap that closes in on everyone. Misfortune does not only take what is left to people but also makes them think ill of the world. It's the sole reason that the rat trap peddler condemned the world as a huge rat trap with earthly pleasure as its obvious bait. So much as misfortune caused him hatred, p...
  • Tattoo Parlor My Whole Party
    772 words
    "Ouch!" I exclaimed as I looked at my hand. "That's the third time the stick poked me", I said to my boyfriend, Phillip. I had working on the never ending swish kabob project for over 2 hours and wasn't even half way finished. I had partied the night before, and running on four hours of sleep wasn't helping. I sat in the uncomfortable wooden chair assembling the kabobs thinking about how unfair it was I had to decorate and prepare food for my own graduation celebration party. I wasn't the only o...

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