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My Mother a Critical Thinker
We have meet many people, perhaps we might think that all of them think but how many have you meet that are critical thinkers? In this paper I will use someone who is very close to me as an example of a critical thinker and I will show why I think this person is a critical thinker. This person to whom I"m referring to is my mother. You might think that of all the famous critical thinkers why I chose her. The answer is very clear, because she fits the definition of a critical thinker, and it ... This person to whom I"m referring to is my mother. ... This is why I think that my mother is a good example of a critical thinker, as you will read with the examples that I provide. A very good example of why my mother is a good critical thinker is that when she has a problem at work, she doesn"t jump to conclusions. ... I sometimes think differently than my mother but she"ll hear me out and try to understand my point of view. ... I didn"t hesitate to use my mother since she is very close to me and I could easily provide the examples needed. ... Wordcount: 837 Pages: 3
My Mother's Memories of Hurricane Charley
My mother described to me how she felt during Hurricane Charley. The center of Hurricane Charley was located about 30 miles west-northwest of Ft. Myers, Florida, and about 115 miles south-southwest of Orlando. Hurricane Charley hit landfall on August 13, 2004. My mother recalled the experience of preparing for and surviving the hurricane. Her account echoes descriptions of what victims of other hurricanes, most recently Katrina and Rita, have faced and continue to face. My moth ... My mother described to me how she felt during Hurricane Charley. ... My mother recalled the experience of preparing for and surviving the hurricane. ... My mother, however, was one of the lucky ones. ... "I felt sad and scared," my mother recalled. ... My mother also remembers thinking that our house was would be destroyed by the hurricane. ... Wordcount: 328 Pages: 1
Working Mothers
The Effects of Working Mothers on their Children One mother expresses her personal experience and opinion on the effects of her employment on the children "I am happy to see support for the mom who wants to work outside of the home. By my children seeing me go to work, I am teaching them the values of hard work, commitment, and responsibility. I am also showing them that mothers and fathers share in all responsibilities of raising a family, financial and housework. There is no doubt in eith ... By my children seeing me go to work, I am teaching them the values of hard work, commitment, and responsibility. ... There is no doubt in either my mind or my child"s that the first priority is each other. ... Mothers can make this decision with confidence because experts believe that a mother who works has a positive effect on her children. ... Some also report that the lack of their mother can make it harder for a mother and child to form an effective relationship. ... Children of working mothers often complete some of the tasks that the mother would normally perform. ... Wordcount: 1320 Pages: 5
Decribing Mother
There are those that come in to our lives and leave a special gift in our hearts. There are also those who are nothing but a passing memory. As for me, the person that has given me a special gift is my mother. She was born in North Korea, and raised in Argentina. Being the oldest of two sisters and brothers gave her many responsibilities and obligations, such as; being a good role model, cleaning up, and taking care of her two younger sisters and three brothers. Although she had many respo ... As for me, the person that has given me a special gift is my mother. ... Most would describe my mother as a giving person, or young at heart. ... One memory that shows this side of her and also stays close to my heart was when my father got a heart attack. It was one of the most devastating times that my family had to deal with. ... Looking at my mother and knowing that she wears her heart on her sleeve makes me want to be a better person. ... Wordcount: 532 Pages: 2
Honoring Mothers
JUST THREE WORDS TO SAY A few days ago mom, you asked me what a mother meant, I left it a question unanswered, I know your heart is bent, I never meant to hurt you mom, I"m sorry for what I did, You did the very right thing, though, by calling me a kid, But the truth is mom, too many words could answer your question, instead The words were all jumbled up, inside my very own head. Your question was a tough one mom, I didn"t know what to say, Except I"m sorry, I love you, and I"ll answer ... JUST THREE WORDS TO SAY A few days ago mom, you asked me what a mother meant, I left it a question unanswered, I know your heart is bent, I never meant to hurt you mom, I"m sorry for what I did, You did the very right thing, though, by calling me a kid, But the truth is mom, too many words could answer your question, instead The words were all jumbled up, inside my very own head. Your question was a tough one mom, I didn"t know what to say, Except I"m sorry, I love you, and I"ll answer it this way: You are one of the people mom, that I love the most in my life, Although I unpurposl... Wordcount: 286 Pages: 1
My Papa's Waltz and Those Winter Sundays
"My Papa"s Waltz" and "Those Winter Sundays" "My Papa"s Waltz," by Theodore Roethke, and "Those Winter Sundays," by Robert Hayden, are two somewhat similar poems about respected fathers. To most people a father is not just the man who fertilizes their mother"s egg, but a man that spends time with and takes care of them. While doing this, he gains their love and respect. In these two poems Roethke and Hayden take an admiring look back at the actions of their fathers, although; they b ... "My Papa"s Waltz" and "Those Winter Sundays" "My Papa"s Waltz," by Theodore Roethke, and "Those Winter Sundays," by Robert Hayden, are two somewhat similar poems about respected fathers. ... In "My Papa"s Waltz," Theodore Roethke describes an episode in his childhood. ... This made his mother so upset that she could do nothing but frown. ... In "My Papa"s Waltz" the title suggests a sense of love and honor. ... The imperfection of the father in "My Papa"s Waltz" is clearly stated. ... Wordcount: 830 Pages: 3
Immigrant Mother, An American Daughter
Short Story, Critical Analysis of Two Kinds Amy Tan's two kinds is a short story which dipicts the relationship between an immigrant mother, an American daughter and their inability to understand each other. Although most mother/daughter relationships have difficult times, when neither side is willing to bend, sometimes in winning the battle, you lose the war. The story "two Kinds" is set in Chinatown, in Sacramento, in the late 50's to early 60's. Jing-Mei is a young Chinese girl who's ... And again, Jing-Mei proves her low self image when she reveals that she believed that she could not do anything as her mother had said< "for unlike my mother, I did not believe I could be anything I wanted to". ... Jing-Mei still has hopes of becoming famous, she says "I liked the haircut and it made me actually look forward to my future fame". ... When Jing-Mei takes a close look at herself in the mirror, whe comes to a realization, "I saw only my face staring back- and [knew] that it would always be this ordinary face". ... "it's as though my hands were bewitched". ... Jing-mei&#... Wordcount: 1799 Pages: 7
Fenstad's Mother, by Charles Baxter
In Fenstad"s Mother, by Charles Baxter, character is a very essential element to the story. The main character, Harry Fenstad, is a complicated person, but it is his mother, Mrs. Clara Fenstad, who I feel is a more important and complex person. In this brief paper, I will explain why it is my opinion that both of these characters play a crucial role in the story by complementing and developing each other"s character. Fenstad career is a brochure writer, but he also teaches an ex ... In this brief paper, I will explain why it is my opinion that both of these characters play a crucial role in the story by complementing and developing each other"s character. ... Fenstad"s mother, Clara, is a character quite opposite from her son. ... In my imagination (because there is only one scene when Mrs. ... He begs his mother not to give her coat to the woman. ... As I stated in my thesis, the two characters complement and develop each other. ... Wordcount: 1114 Pages: 4
My Personal Defining Moments
Defining Moments Some people are greatly affected by things that happen to their generation, because there are no personal events that help define them. Other people are defined by the events that have taken place in their personal lives. I am defined as a person through the events that have happened to me personally. This essay is about a few of the many events that have defined me. As far as I can remember, I"ve always looked up to my father and always wanted to be around him. Maybe ... I missed my mother very much. ... My mother had recovered, but would never be the same. ... My mother kept on working too hard, and I got a job to help out. ... My mother has shielded us through many tough times. ... My mother has had the most affect on the structure of me as a person. ... Wordcount: 1080 Pages: 4
Mother Ann Lee
"1st. Because she was woman. 2d. Because she was an inspired woman. 3d. Because she enlarged the scope of religious experience. 4th. Because she unfolded a principle, an idea which no man, not even Jesus, had announced, or, perhaps, surmised." (Mother Ann Lee The Messiah p.63) Ann Lee, born in 1736, left no written documents that attest to her beliefs. Ann was born to poverty in Manchester, England. As a young adult, she worked many years as an assistant in the clothing industry with no ... " (Mother Ann Lee The Messiah p.63) Ann Lee, born in 1736, left no written documents that attest to her beliefs. ... Feminist radicals see Ann Lee as the Mother half of God. ... " I feel him present with me, as sensibly as I feel my hands together! ... He is my head and my husband, and I have no other! ... With regard to the positive thoughts, it is safe to say that the feminist would agree or accept the fact that God is both a mother and a father. ... Wordcount: 808 Pages: 3
Gap Between Mothers and Daughters in 'The Joy Luck Club'
There are numerous conditions in human life that mold people into who they presently are. A person's identity and way of thinking are influenced greatly due to their family's surroundings, and relationships they are involved in. In the novel, The Joy Luck Club, the characters are generic, in the sense that, although they are from different families, the problems and emotions experienced are similar. The daughters are in an on-going search to discover themselves, who they are and what the ... Such attitudes occasionally lead the children to sense that "My mother did not treat me this way because she didn't love me. ... In some instances, the Western culture dominates as the mothers strive on, in its shadow: "...and because I remained quiet for so long now my daughter does not hear me. ... There is an obvious language barrier that may result in feelings, such as that of Jing-mei: "These kinds of explanations made me feel my mother and I spoke two different languages, which we did. ... Because she is my daughter and I am proud of her, and I am her mother but she is not prou... Wordcount: 1202 Pages: 5
Mother's Love and Acceptance
Love and Acceptance Tillie Olsen"s I Stand Here Ironing, and Alice Walker"s Everyday Use, both address the issue of a mother"s guilt over how her children turn out. Both mothers blamed themselves for their daughter"s problems. While I Stand Here Ironing is obviously about the mousy daughter, in Everyday Use this is camouflaged by the fact most of the action and dialog involves the mother and older sister Dee. Neither does the mother in Everyday Use say outright that she feels guilty, but we catc ... Both mothers blamed themselves for their daughter"s problems. ... In I Stand Here Ironing the mother tells us she feels guilty for the way her daughter Emily is, for the things she (the mother) did and did not do. ... Again towards the end of the story Emily"s mother admits "my wisdom came too late." The mothers unknowingly gave Emily and Maggie second best. Both mothers compare their two daughters to each other. ... Wordcount: 605 Pages: 2
Qualitative Assessing of Tongan Mothers Using WCH Books
INTRODUCTION Over the last few decades, the backbone of monitoring child health has been the use of growth chart and childcare records (King, M. 1978). These have been more widely used in developing countries than in developed countries because of lower accessibility of health services. Since the universal promotion of Primary Health Care in 1978 (WHO/UNICEF, 1978), there has been an increase in the investment on child health monitoring, albeit insufficient, especially in deprived communiti ... This book is for the mother to keep and use for your child. ... Of the five mothers, one was a single mother and the rest were all married. ... The respondent said: I saw the nurse giving the book to one of the mothers. ... Fortunately my mother was home to help me with baby but not the book. ... One respondent said: As a first time mother, I feel good and confident that I can look up any information I need for my baby when no one is around until nurse comes. ... Wordcount: 2625 Pages: 11
My Own Style of Rebellion
"Slam!" That is the sound my front door made just before I jumped on my smurf bike. It was a flawless plan. I rode off into the sunlight with a Fragle Rock backpack strapped snug to my side. In it, all the belongings a ten year old needs to survive, such as, my Alf doll, my favorite teenage mutant ninja turtles, some clean Thunder Cat underwear, and of course, my Heman toothbrush. Sitting back at home on my kitchen counter, was a very well organized note which said "Mom, eat my shorts. Lov ... That is the sound my front door made just before I jumped on my smurf bike. ... I then returned home to find my place set at the table and a grin on my mother's face, which screamed, " I win again!" ... There were always things I would do just to go against my mother's wishes. ... My mother would eat a steak in front of me, then try to shove some nasty, blended, baby food crap in my mouth which I would push away and reject from getting close to my mouth. ... Now that I'm older, my mother and I play a game called "Who can get the last word in," so instead, I write her a note ... Wordcount: 655 Pages: 3
My Cousin Is Cheating On Me with My Maid
Ethan Frome "My Cousin Is Cheating On Me with My Maid" is something that you would expect to see at the beginning of "The Jerry Springer Show," not in early American literature. But as I have seen in the movie "Ethan Frome," it is possible for this situation to occur in colonial America. The main characters, Ethan, Zena, and Mattie, each have major character flaws, but in this essay, I will focus on Ethan. Ethan returns to his hometown to spend time with his dying mother. He sends for h ... Ethan Frome "My Cousin Is Cheating On Me with My Maid" is something that you would expect to see at the beginning of "The Jerry Springer Show," not in early American literature. ... Ethan returns to his hometown to spend time with his dying mother. He sends for his distant cousin, Zena, to care for his mother. ... In my opinion, this was rather stupid when they had a bottle full of poison in the barn. ... Wordcount: 310 Pages: 1
Testament of Louisa Adams about John Quincy Adams
John Quincy Adams Good evening everyone. I, Louisa Adams, wife of John Quincy Adams, will be your spiritual guide on this rainy December night to tell you about my late husband and all of his endeavors. My dear John was a wonderful man and I truly am a fortunate woman to have had him for a husband. My dear John was born on July 11, 1767 in Braintree Massachusetts. I believe that now you call it Quincy Massachusetts. He had an older sister, but was the eldest son of his John Adams, his father ... He had an older sister, but was the eldest son of his John Adams, his father, and Abigail Smith Adams, his mother. ... My dear John sure did know how to impress me. ... My dear John ran for presidency in 1824. ... Late in 1846, my dear John suffered a stroke. ... There, two days later, my dear John died. ... Wordcount: 916 Pages: 4
"My Left Foot": A Movie Review
Often enough, it is very hard to muster up enough courage to begin working on that lab report or thesis paper that is becoming closer to being due. I experienced this feeling when putting my own thoughts together for the writing of this particualr paper. The ambition needed to commence a writing is often very hard to come across for many people, while others find it very easy to become motivated to write that paper. Motivation comes in many forms. For example, motivation to look for a job. Perso ... I experienced this feeling when putting my own thoughts together for the writing of this particualr paper. ... In the movie, My Left Foot, the mother displays both motivational and unique personality traits. ... Personality creates the character in movies like My Left Foot. My Left Foot is an inspirational movie about a young man (Christie) who has cerebral palsy from birth. ... My Left Foot is full of examples of motivation from the mother. ... Wordcount: 779 Pages: 3
My Asthma Attacks
Laying completely still for 10 minutes in tall blades of grass, my heart pounded like the bass in a rap song. I felt all the blood rush to my head for the first time in my life, and I shut my eyes and saw blackness. I knew something was wrong with me, and although I had previous asthma attacks, this was undescribable. My mother was 30 miles away at our home, unaware that anything had ever happened because my desire to continue playing soccer overthrew all the logic in my brain. I continued playi ... I felt all the blood rush to my head for the first time in my life, and I shut my eyes and saw blackness. ... My mother was 30 miles away at our home, unaware that anything had ever happened because my desire to continue playing soccer overthrew all the logic in my brain. ... I continued my life as normal and thought nothing of this, not bothering to worry my mother over something so insignificant. ... They hooked me up to several different types of monitors, gave me tests, then left my mother and I there to wonder what was going on. ... My mind and my soul began to appreciate life more and sh... Wordcount: 1007 Pages: 4
Classroom of America
The Classroom of America The adaptation of the American way of life is melded and molded with the original culture and generates a more unique "culture." People need to absorb cultures when they observe from each other. They need to blend with others and adopt what the existing culture offers. In my opinion adaptation is crucial to becoming an American. The first time that I entered an American classroom, the range of the students amazed me. I realized that the students were from many dif ... In my opinion adaptation is crucial to becoming an American. ... Coming to the United States for the first time, my mind had been pre-programmed when I was still in my own country, China. ... While I was talking with them, I became so excited telling them stories about my country. I also told them my first impressions of San Francisco. ... By listening closely to them, I learn that some of them would talk about their family, how single parents who raised them in the absence of father or mother. ... Wordcount: 570 Pages: 2
The Joy Luck Club in a Phrase Mother's Knows Best
The joy luck club...Mother daughter relationship in The Joy Luck Club is a representation of the persistent tensions and powerful bonds between mother and daughter in a Chinese- American society. The book illustrates the hardships both the mother and daughters go through in order to please the other. Also, it shows the troubles the daughters face when growing up in two cultures. This book reveals that most of the time mothers really do know best. In "Rules of the Game" we see a mother daught ... In "Rules of the Game" we see a mother daughter conflict. ... June's mother felt that since she had failed as a mother to her first babies she had failed as a person. ... Because of the death of her mother, June was forced to take the place of her mother in more than just filling her place at the Mah Jong table. The mother daughter tradition was broken because the lost babies were found after the death of their mother. ... "And I think, My mother is right. ... Wordcount: 438 Pages: 2
A Mother's Love - Children and Families
A mother"s love for her children is supposed to be something that never dies. The problem is, this "love" can be expressed in many ways. Sometimes, the love is shown in such a way that there is no doubt that this woman would do anything for her offspring. Sometime, this love can be viewed, as a way that that the mother is trying to mold her daughter into what she believes is the "right" way to behave. Other times, the mother is trying her best to make sure that her child is doing HER best. These ... The reason may be that the mother was a rebel in her childhood. ... He basically relies on his mother for all his needs. This mother is portrayed as a mother that will (and unfortunately has to) do anything for her son. ... As good as a mother as she is, she does have some flaws. ... I wish you weren"t my mother.... Wordcount: 1171 Pages: 5
A LIterary Review on "The Possessive":Depicts A Mother's Feelings
A mother is often very possessive with her things, namely her children. Sharon Olds depicts a mother"s feelings about her daughter in her work "The Possessive." In it she uses detailed figures of speech to help illustrate the deeply rooted feelings and issues behind her poem. When analyzing this poem, it is necessary to break down these figures of speech and determine how they affect the understanding of the poem. The speaker of the poem is a mother. She describes the actions of her daugh ... The speaker of the poem is a mother. ... "My daughter – as if I owned her . . ." shows the jealousy of the mother. ... The attachment that mothers have for their daughters is considered very important to this mother. ... No longer is she in the womb, attached to the mother, but stands far from her mother, different in many ways. ... Wordcount: 630 Pages: 3
My Life as Puerto Rican-American
"Latinos are drug addicts. They don't work because they're lazy and they depend on welfare." These are but a few of the ethnic stereotypes that have haunted me throughout much of my life as Puerto Rican-American. Growing up in an ethnically diverse but poor neighborhood in Chicago, I actually never felt "different" until I moved to an almost all white school in Massachusetts. There, I noticed that people would mutter under their breaths comments about racial or ethnic groups other than their own ... Like a slap in the face of my family, I had denied the experiences and rough times that characterized life for so many ethnic minorities, including my mother. My mother left Puerto Rico in search of economic opportunity as well as freedom from an abusive husband. ... Immigrants like my mother left behind a world of familiar faces, places, and language. ... The unfair treatment I have experienced is nothing compared to what my mother endured. ... Forced to rapidly learn English and adapt to unfamiliar social customs, my mother overcome a wide range of problems related to her being perceived as ... Wordcount: 1971 Pages: 8
A Mother's Love to a child
Personal Growth Experience As a mother I have cared and tried to push my son"s education so that he can succeed in his life. I came from a large family in Brazil. I wasn"t the only child; I learned to share, how provide for myself, and for my 3 sisters, and 3 brothers. My father was a serious man; he had a job, and still came home to provide for all of us. During dinnertime he insisted that everyone had to be home and had to sit down at the table and talk about their day. This was a mus ... Personal Growth Experience As a mother I have cared and tried to push my son"s education so that he can succeed in his life. ... This was a must in my family too. ... My husband had to find a job, and so did I. ... When my child was born, I chose to go to the United States of America, so that my child can have a better life. ... Through my eyes as he grows older, he is still the little boy that I held in my arms for the first time. ... Wordcount: 695 Pages: 3
Vonnegut's Mother Night
Throughout Kurt Vonnegut"s writing, loneliness is often a characteristic of his major characters. Vonnegut shows how easily modern man can succumb to loneliness and how man reacts to this loneliness. In Mother Night as well as Cat"s Cradle, key characters are in a state of solitude. Howard Campbell Jr. is in a situation very similar to the three Hoenikker children, Newt, Angela, and Frank. All four of these characters had a disturbing childhood, live an isolated adult life, and will ... In Mother Night, Campbell"s early life is anything but normal. ... Howard"s mother was a drunk. Howard"s mother would drink and do very morbid things. ... The relationship with the mother is either horrible or nonexistent. ... "Oh, how we clung, my Helga and I- how mindlessly we clung," (Mother Night, p.44). ... Wordcount: 1399 Pages: 6