Essay on Personal Life

Leisure Time

After World War II ended, the postwar began and Americans life changed drastically in a radical way. This brought new innovations to the United States, which led people have more leisure time than ever before. At that time, leisure was an activity people wanted to do because it didn’t implicate working, due to all the […]

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What factors or qualities make a survivor

Survival is something that’s faced often in everyday life. From something as commonly dealt with as overcoming the loss of a loved one or a falling out with a close friend to the unfortunate circumstances of facing every day life with a disability and managing. There are certain factors/qualities that help make a true survivor. […]

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Expatriate: Personal Life and Foreign Subsidiaries

Discuss the advantages and disadvantage of using expatriates rather than host country nationals to staff foreign subsidiaries. The success of an international business operation depends largely on the people in charge and the decisions they make (Bartlett & Ghoshal, 1992; Black & Gregersen, 1999; Hiltrop, 2002), and the human resource function is a critical part […]

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When Accidentally Threw Herself Down A Flight

She hoped that I would die in the accident and she would be able to continue her life without the burden of a child she had never wanted. What she didn’t anticipate was breaking her neck at the bottom. She was rushed to the hospital almost immediately, but it was too late. I, however, was […]

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November the eleventh

My mother took no concern whatever and just told me that we were going to be leaving Zimbabwe, my home country, on twenty sixth of December. At first I thought it was just like before, when she got stressed and had a phase and said things but later went back on them. She had often […]

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Edmundson’s article

When I began to read Edmundson’s article, I attempted to sense an overall theme that, for me would characterize the tone of his piece. I felt that if I found what was holding it together and the motivation behind it, then I would be able to analyze the piece with respect to that theme.I read […]

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A Memorable Driving Experience

Ever since I was young I told myself, I would never drink and drive. I’ve read stories and poems on the consequences of this stupid act, and throughout my 11 years in school have been told by teachers, and public speakers how horrible it is. I completely agreed. I thought “how could anyone be so […]

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Cause and Effect of Playing a Sport

Brandon WheelerMs. WhitleyEnglish 101October 21st, 2013Cause & EffectPracticing a sport is much more than the sole act of pushing my body through exhaustion or using my skills to reach a goal. Many positive results come with participating in a sport. There aren’t too many negatives that can take place. After getting involved in sports, there […]

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Them are Fightin Words

It was not really an unusual night. It was a spring evening, a little chilly but easily handled by a light sweatshirt. It was never a struggle to get everyone together for a drink or two on a weekend night. We try to do it as often as possible considering are futures are quite uncertain […]

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How With In Either A

CS Lewis otherwise known as ‘Jack’ wrote many children books based on Christianity and strengthened an argument that Christianity had largely forgotten – ‘The Freewill argument’. Jack argues that God wants the innocent to suffer, but many believers have lost faith because of this. Many people wonder why God wants us to suffer. In the […]

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The Facinating Personal Life of Adolf Hitler

Planes flew in the air as soldiers marched forward; they held blood red flags with a yellow symbol upon them. It was the Soviet Union. A man with gray hair and a mustache scurried to a tent as he held a woman in his hand. They both held hand guns at the ready. The troops […]

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My evacuation diary

The evacuation began on Friday 1st September 1939. It was called operation pied piper. My family was the first to let me go as we decide that it would be the best idea and I would be safe that way. It was probably a good idea that the government had thought of it, because I […]

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An Uncle I never knew

Last summer I was staying with my uncle Major General Sir Randal Fielden at his Oxfordshire home, Barton Manor. Having lived in the city all my life it was a great change to be staying in a rambling old house in the country. The invitation from Uncle Randy to stay came out of the blue. […]

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John Clare: Poet of Nature and Personal Life

John Clare was born in 1793 and died at the age of seventy-one in 1864. Clare came from a poor background and left school at the age of twelve to become a farm labourer. He had many jobs in the earlier years of his life as a Potboy, a Ploughboy and a Gardener. When he […]

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My Journey

My head down, I followed the guide take me through factory into my working area. While I walked, my eyes darted around, watching the other employees already at work. As I walked past them, they seemed to have glanced at me, but not really taking any notice. Suddenly the murmer of the guide seemed to […]

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Fame: A Blessing or a Curse

Many definitions have been given about the celebrity but what is it precisely: is it a approval or a expletive? There can be no uncertainty that being celebrated has good effects on an individual’s life. but there are besides certain drawbacks of being celebrated. First of all. there are many advantages of being celebrated. The […]

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The longest day in my life

I stumbled off the scabby old school bus with a slumped posture; an evil thought plagued my mind throughout the bus journey. I peered into my school bag with anticipation. Alas, my nightmare was confirmed, I had forgotten my coursework. I tried to scramble thought inside my mind “I will pretend to be ill” “I […]

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Inspired by Praise song for My Mother

Everyone needs a person to care for them, for me it’s my Granddad. I called him Daddy; he was a loving daddy to everyone. But to me he is more than that: he supported me; he cared for me; he taught me and especially he loved me. You could not ask for a better granddad. […]

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A very strange experience

Everyday every one of us goes through many incidents. Most of them we forget easily. But sometimes we willingly or unwillingly go through some totally strange incident that we couldn’t forget easily. Now I’m going to tell about such an incident experienced by me. A few months ago we our whole family went on a […]

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English teacher

“Please write your composition and hand it up to me by tomorrow.” said Mrs. Tan, our English teacher, as she dismissed the class. While humming a tune, I walked briskly out of the classroom back home.At home, I took out my essay and pondered over what to write for it. Mrs. Tan had said that […]

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Describe an occasion when you felt like an outsider

Usually, when I’m at a party, I try to socialise with as many people as possible in order to enjoy myself. Unfortunately, this was not the case last year on my younger brother’s birthday party. It was mid-afternoon when the first guest arrived. Once he walked into our living room (the room where all the […]

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