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Parties and Cops, Name a Better Combo?
Parties and Cops, name a better combo? Running from the cops isn't a very "healthy" experience, but it is by far one of the more bizarre and exciting things I've ever gone through. I can't say I wouldn't like to go through it again, but at the same time my "Ego" seems to suppress my "Id" on this one. I don't exactly know the single reason for my desire to repeat such a treacherous event, but my analytical mind definitely comes up with a few logical conclusions. I like treat ... The characters in the story are myself, Sam, Mike, John, and John's reluctant girlfriend Sarah. ... In a few minutes time I found myself sitting on a sticky seat at a nearby McDonalds. ... I picked myself up only to see a large light shining just in front of me. ... I cleaned myself up, bought a drink, told the cashier to have a nice night and left the store. Having recollected myself I went to a pay phone and called Seth's cell phone. ... Wordcount: 1810 Pages: 7
Embarrassing Myself
It was about a year and half ago when I was taking my first car to the car wash. The car was very decrepit and antiquated, as I remember when went through the car wash. I guess I was just sitting on the bench in the front of the building when I thought to my self. As I was thinking I was wondering how the car would of looked twelve years ago, when it was new. But as I was sitting their brainstorming I still could not picture the car in its original condition with all the present rust damage and ... The comment from the boy made me hesitant, but for a moment I realized the only person I was fooling was myself. So I picked myself up and as I was about to leave, the man in his mid forties stated to me "it could have been worse, my first car barely ran". ... I also thought to myself what should I have been more embarrassed of the car or the fact that I hesitated, because of the stupid remarks. ... Wordcount: 460 Pages: 2
Marx's Theory
"Marx"s theory of alienation is a non-psychological concept and has to do with the relation of the worker to the means of production--- it has nothing to do with how one feels. What indicators would you use to assess whether you were alienated or not? What conclusion would you come to?" Marx"s theory of alienation is based on the relationship of the worker to the means of production. It outlines four main aspects in which workers are alienated in today"s society: alienated from the produc ... By answering these questions myself, I can use them as indicators of my own level of alienation, I can assess my job satisfaction level. ... One of these would be to ask myself how often, and how hard, I looked for other employment. ... Wordcount: 797 Pages: 3
Maya Angelou's epic on I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Maya Angelou"s epic is a classic tale of growing up black in the deep South in the 1930s and 40s. Even though Marguerite"s and her brother Bailey"s early youth are probably far from typical for the average black family of that time, the book nevertheless, can be read as a parable of what it meant and still means to be a black person in an overwhelmingly white society. The story is told from a "black" point of view a ... I can a testify to Mayas reaction to her rape, I to am a child survivor of this demoralizing act and like Maya also retreated within myself. ... Wordcount: 432 Pages: 2
Visiting Japan
Being chosen to visit Gotsu, Japan is a chance in a lifetime; therefore I feel the need to take the chance while I can. One of the reasons I would like to visit Gotsu is my influential love for learning about other countries. This isn"t my first time traveling out of the country because I have been to Indonesia once and I loved the experience. Having a wide-open mind for friends, I am able to accept the differences between the culture of America and Japan. Although I don"t know as much as I wou ... These are just some of the things that add to my curiosity and eagerness to see this country myself. ... Wordcount: 486 Pages: 2
David Hume, A Scottish Philosopher
David Hume, a Scottish philosopher and historian who lived from 1711-76, carried the empiricism of John Locke and George Berkeley to the logical extreme of radical skepticism. Although his family wanted him to become a lawyer, he felt an "insurmountable resistance to everything but philosophy and learning". Mr. Hume attended Edinburgh University where he studied but did not graduate, and in 1734 he moved to a French town called La Fleche to pursue philosophy. He later returned to Britain and b ... This may seem paradoxical, that I should say that I do not have an idea of myself, but Hume again tests what is meant by a self by asking "from what impression could this idea derive from"; do you see a trend forming? ... Wordcount: 1001 Pages: 4
"Song Of Myself": Walt Whitman's Myriad Individualities
In "Song of Myself", Walt Whitman simultaneously Integrates the concept of himself as an individual, Completely unique in the universe, with a sense of himself as a composite of all life, of a kind of "divine watcher" who floats over the surface of humanity, observing the essential oneness of everyone within the context of their own myriad individualities. He explicates this through many analogies, but one of his most powerful is through his comparison of himself to the grass that still ... In "Song of Myself", Walt Whitman simultaneously Integrates the concept of himself as an individual, Completely unique in the universe, with a sense of himself as a composite of all life, of a kind of "divine watcher" who floats over the surface of humanity, observing the essential oneness of everyone within the context of their own myriad individualities. ... Wordcount: 103 Pages: 0
The Most Powerful Poem: Dulce et Decorum Est
Dulce et Decorum Est is one of the most powerful poems ever expressed. The tone of voice and imagery created in your mind, the tension you feel when you read through it, they all make you feel as if you are actually in the poem. The tone of the poem seems to be very antagonistic and bitter. "...Knock kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge." Is an example of aggressive tone and bitterness. It gives you an idea about the soldiers going barmy on the mud they have to trudge through. ... For myself, I would have a great deal of difficulty trying to make the words rhyme and make sense at the same time. ... Wordcount: 1613 Pages: 6
Jane Eyre's The Grapes of Wrath
Jane Eyre Authors use different types of literary devices such as setting in their works to reveal theme. Setting can be described as the time and place in which an event occurs. It is a major factor in revealing plot and showing character development. The setting in The Grapes of Wrath allows the reader to see the poor conditions in the dust bowl that the Joad family was forced to live and the opportunities they had in California; however, they were unable to obtain them. Charlotte Bronte ... Rochester pleaded with Jane to make her stay, "I have no respect for myself when I think of that act! ... Wordcount: 1971 Pages: 8
The Shroud of Turin
The Shroud of Turin This article is about a painter, Roger Basset, who paints images of Christ using the shroud of Turin as something to base Christ's appearance on because he believes this image is a "snapshot of the resurrection". The shroud of Turin is a 14-foot-3-inch by 3-foot-7-inch linen cloth, which contains the imprint of a man that looks as if he has been crucified. Many people believe that this shroud was in fact Christ's burial cloth. Besset first learned of this cloth himself wh ... However, I must admit that I am skeptical of this fact but until I either see it or research of it I do not think that I can really decide for myself if it is in fact authentic. ... Wordcount: 537 Pages: 2
A Separate Peace 6
Difference Too Often Leads to Hate Many times in the world, differences have lead to hate. Think of Martin Luther King, for example, who stood for fighting against one of the largest differences. A Separate Peace, by John Knowles, is one of many examples of differences leading to hate. Gene and Finny, who somehow managed to become friends, have completely different views of each other. Finny wanted to be friends with Gene, but had trouble facing the reality that Gene felt differently. G ... It felt as though I had a stop watch in my head and I could hear myself going just a bit faster than A. ... Wordcount: 1064 Pages: 4
A Starry Night: The Van Gogh Story
Vincent Van Gogh: The Successful Failure On March 30, 1852, Anna van Gogh and her husband, "The Handsome Pastor," (Theodorus van Gogh) gave birth to their first child. Alas, the child was born dead. The dead child was named Vincent. One year later to the exact day, Anna gave birth to yet another child. Her second child was named after the dead born child, Vincent. Vincent's early loneliness and isolation sprang from his mother. Anna refused to show acceptance or true warmth toward her so ... In 1889, the thirty-six year old Vincent van Gogh said, "I am not fit to govern myself or my affairs." ... Wordcount: 1116 Pages: 4
An Intense Feeling of Accomplishment and Self-worth
Throughout the last four years of high school, I have learned so much about myself and the reality of life. High School prepares a person for the rest of his/her life, and going by the last few years, I feel that I am ready to make my mark on the world. I have always tried to involve myself in as many activities as possible. From sports to clubs, I constantly have games and meetings to attend. Until recently, the many changes that have come over me went unnoticed. I am not the greatest b ... Throughout the last four years of high school, I have learned so much about myself and the reality of life. ... I have always tried to involve myself in as many activities as possible. ... I always find myself striving to be better. Whether or not my playing ability improves my attitude and pride in myself skyrockets. ... With the help of my parents and friends I have learned to push through problems and never give up on myself. ... Wordcount: 388 Pages: 2
To What Extent Does Meursault Illustrate the Value of Authenticity?
To What Extent Does Meursault illustrate the value of Authenticity? To live authentically, in existenialism, means basically to live without deluding ourselves about the meaning of our lives or our place in the world, or about death. According to the existentialists, much of what we do is in what Sartre would call 'bad faith'. Religion is a prime example of Bad Faith. God is, allegedly, an imaginative excuse for not facing up to our own responsibilities in life. A priest spends his whole l ... And I had the peculiar impression of being watched by myself..."... Wordcount: 2118 Pages: 8
The Media and its impact on Sexual Self-Concept
The Media and its impact on Sexual Self-Concept The media plays a great part in the viewpoints of individuals involving sex. The media plays an especially major role in Americans sexual self-concept. As an individual, the media has played a major role in my personal views about sex. From the time, most people can remember some form of media has always been there, whether it was television, radio, or anything there has always been some form of media. The media has always been there and r ... So when I get ready to go out I find myself trying to make my image similar to what these "TV studs" portray so that I can come off to the other sex as attractive as possible. ... These things influence the products I buy on a regular basis all so I can better myself for the other sex. ... I myself have a real problem with against the flow, so for people like myself this makes it difficult to express my sexual-self. ... " This says it all every where I go I think to myself, that"s that cologne that so and so is in the ads she is just gorgeous I should get it. ... I myself envy t... Wordcount: 690 Pages: 3
Humorous Character in "Romeo and Juliet"
Throughout all the pain, love, and suffering brought to the two lovers in "Romeo and Juliet", there was one character that provided a humorous break from all of the emotional tragedy. Mercutio, relative of the Prince and friend of Romeo, was this character that most resembles myself. Mercutio added comedy to an otherwise tragic play. My life not being a play, however I add fun and laughter to every around me. Between his famous Queen Mab speech, to his dramatic fight scene, he was there prov ... Mercutio, relative of the Prince and friend of Romeo, was this character that most resembles myself. ... I myself relate to this more then anything, I've been in the same situation. I myself disagree with the actions of my best friend towards the one he so deeply loves. ... The other portion of my brain begs to differ that like Romeo and Juliet, their love was unconditional and sometimes misunderstood, I think to myself, what if I'm wrong about my friend's relationship. ... That when the day comes when I shall close my eyes and never awake, that I will look back upon my life... Wordcount: 552 Pages: 2
Five Components of My Humanness
My five components of humanness are physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual. My physical self is quite healthy because I fulfill the requirements of the FITT principle. The letters of FITT represent frequency, intensity, time and type. My intellectual self is interesting because I am mainly right-brained which means that I tend to use my creativity more than my mathematical skills. I am also a visual learned which is connected to me being right-brained. My social self consist of ... My ability to balance myself changes very often. ... My social self is most greatly influenced by my family and myself. ... I am not fully satisfied with myself at this point, but I do not completely hate it. ... I consider myself to be very emotional or sensitive to serious issues. ... A method I could use to improve that area would be to express myself more and continuing to write journals. ... Wordcount: 1515 Pages: 6
The College Entrance Examination
A young man dresses in Dockers and a freshly starched shirt enters a large room filled with about Twenty-eight people eagerly awaiting his arrival. As he proceeds into the room, the young man exchanges a nervous smile with those in attendance; the room soon falls silent. Although the silence was only for a few moments, it felt as if it were an eternity for all in the room. The young man who nervously introduces himself, and begins to describe his reason for attending breaks the dead sil ... " This is how I envision myself in 5 years. ... This young man only a few years older than myself, has achieved part of what I hope to accomplish in my own life. ... It is this goal in life that connects all three teachers and myself. I consider myself to be the product of their aspirations and teachings. ... Wordcount: 558 Pages: 2
Testing My Courage
When I was younger, I thought of myself as a coward. I was afraid to take risks, and for the most part went through life very passively, often regretting afterwards the chances I chose not to take. In the past few years, however, I have undergone various experiences, which have time and time again negated that feeling of cowardice. The culmination of these experiences came on July 19, 2000, as I stood roughly 14,000 feet high in the Colorado Rockies, and in that precarious position I came to a r ... When I was younger, I thought of myself as a coward. ... I began testing myself as a direct response to the fear I had felt in other situations and the regret that usually followed when I failed to conquer that fear. I disliked being afraid, but I disliked even more the way I thought of myself as I succumbed to that fear; as a result, I would force myself to do whatever it was that I was afraid of. ... In each case wherein I made myself work through my fear, whether I was hurtling down a roller-coaster, diving off the high-dive as a kid, or even asking a girl out, I never consciously thought... Wordcount: 995 Pages: 4
Primary Influences of Control and Power
In our modern North American society, it is almost impossible to escape the strong influence of politics. Starting from childhood, ideals of a political society are imprinted on us, and remain with us for the rest of our lives. Preschool Period As a child in preschool, the primary influences in my early life stemmed from the comfort and guidance of teachers. I remember them as being like second parents to me. I respected their judgements and conformed to their ideals and found comfort ... Having spent so much time with them, their behaviour was what I modeled myself after. ... Therefore, it was not difficult to interact with other peers at that age although I found myself quite left out and secluded from the others because I found it so hard to relate to them. Even though there was a level of acceptance, I found indifference in myself that was difficult to explain. ... On the majority, my teachers as early influences have been outstanding in their support and dedication of myself as a student. ... In regards to government issues being presented in the classroom, I myself bec... Wordcount: 1392 Pages: 6
The Powerlessness of A Drug Addiction
Step One We admitted we were powerless over our addiction and our lives had become unmanageable. The 1st step is the big step. It is the step, I, as an addict, had to come to understand and accept before I could do anything about my drug addiction. It is a very hard step to understand and accept, addicts don't like to admit to anything that is outside themselves. I certainly did not want to admit anything about myself that would even hint that I had any kind of problems with my personal ... I certainly did not want to admit anything about myself that would even hint that I had any kind of problems with my personal and physical life. ... I had to first admit things to myself. ... I had to look at me and my behavior and be honest with myself about my behavior and myself. I had to have the first personal honesty about myself in a long time probably since my addiction began running the show. ... This is much more complicated and scary than I could easily admit to myself at first. ... Wordcount: 1148 Pages: 5
My Weakness for Sweets
I would like to think of myself as a healthy eater. I try not to eat much meat during the week and I always eat a variety vegetables. Nevertheless, I have this weakness that renders all my attempts at healthy eating D.O.A. Of course, I am talking about candy. Even thought it is almost completely made of sugar, I cannot get enough. Everyone has their favorite candy; some may like sour or sweet while others stick to classics such as chocolate or caramel. The only problem is I like them all so narr ... I would like to think of myself as a healthy eater. ... Somehow I always seem to find myself not only buying, but also enjoying them. ... I am sure my kids will think I am strange, when I go buy myself big bag of skittles. ... So I find myself resorting to a childhood favorite, laffy taffy. ... Wordcount: 799 Pages: 3 Bibliography
have a happy job
"I need a job." How many times have I heard that one - I"ve heard it a million times. Living in a modern society based on a green piece of paper, I am burdened, and feel it maybe even impossible to survive without one. Without money, I wouldn"t have cars, clothes, livelihood or maybe even my health. Today it is simple, to luxuriate in finer things you need money, and to get money, I need a job. "I hate my job." How many times have I heard that one? A million and one. It seems nobody today ... I feel that most people, like myself, find their place of work rather uncomfortable; however, I still need to keep my job. ... Then I set out a goal in my life: I will not anguish myself with a job with which I am not happy. ... Simply, if I every find myself in a miserable job, I will leave because life"s too important to be wasted away at a job that I don"t like. ... Wordcount: 504 Pages: 2
Theism and Atheism
Theism and Atheism In the following paper I will discuss a religious theme. After the making the decision of a theme, I decided that theism and atheism most interested me. I will be discussing the difference between the two and giving some general information about both theism and atheism. Both if these had many highs and low points that I would like to go into some detail. I will discuss theism first. Theism comes from the word Theos, which is Greek for "god". One who is theist beli ... I found myself thinking about where I would put myself with the two. ... With my experience that I have to this day in religion, that is where I would put myself at this time.... Wordcount: 607 Pages: 2
A Literary Review on "Don't Worry You Can Be Happy" By John B. Thomas
What"s it going to take? David Myers says in the article "Don"t Worry You Can Be Happy" by John B. Thomas. "Happiness relies largely on things unrelated to money, such as meaningful activities and enriching relationships." With that the article states that with the following ten steps you can improve your happiness. One: learn to like your self. Two: take control of your destiny. Three: practice expecting the best. Four: become more extroverted. Five: try acting happy. Six: consider ... When looking at the list you have to wonder what do I do to make myself happy? For me I surround myself with my friends who are happy. ... I also find myself trying to make others happy by helping them, when they are down in their time of need. ... Wordcount: 585 Pages: 2