Thought

The deepest form of human perception lies in thinking. Sight, hearing, neural perception, taste, and smell are stimulators of thought, rather, extensions of it. Despite this, there is quite a noticeable difference between mere perception and true reflection. To feel is to blandly, often subconsciously acknowledge something that has aroused one’s notice. What, then, is though...
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Accounting

“To record, verify, report, plan, and analyze transactions are the jobs of an everyday accountant” (Samuel 7-11). An accountant is a person that works in an office or business setting and handles numbers to keep track of an individuals’ financial stability. There are many causes and effects of students choosing to be an accountant as a career. The causes are choosing accounti...
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Standarized Testing

Standardized Testing Albert Einstein once said “Education is not learning of the facts but the training of the mind to think.” Standardized tests not only don’t teach well but they are also very unfair. There are many different studies that show that some people will do better on the test if they have factors they cannot control like their skin color, social class or if th...
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the man who was almost a man Case Study Examples Business

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” (Wright). In “The man who was almost a man”, Dave was a very strong kid, who just wanted to be like his father, and all the other men he knew. When someone’s a slave, they don’t have much to look forward to in life. So becomi...
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Feeding the Future

Imagine a busy workday morning in New York City. While cars honk, traffic has come to a complete standstill. Meanwhile, thousands of pedestrians pass through Times Square simply attempting to begin their days. The cool morning air, the deafening sound from construction sites, and the crowded rush of people can overwhelm even the natives of this way of life. Now imagine that o...
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Type One Diabetes

Every morning it the same thing over and over again. Prick finger. Check blood sugar. If to high give a correction. If to low eat something with lots of sugar. But I have to make sure I count those carbs. For big meals( Breakfast, lunch and dinner) I can only eat forty five-sixty carbs. For snacks only fifteen- thirty.I have had type one diabetes for a whole year. It was rou...
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Chronicles of Narnia 5

Aslan gave his life for Edmand’s because he knew of a secret that the Witch did not that made death not so horrible. After the meeting with the Witch, he seemed sad and very distracted. “Well what about the secret he knew? You just said it would make everything better?” you may ask. I did, but the road to the glorious victory is sad. Aslan knew that he would have to die, and ...
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The Storm

Hurricane Matthew missed us and our community. Thank God for that but Matthew didn’t miss the Caribean The storm was deadly for them. My prayers go out to all the families affected over there. Here in Miami, they cancelled school thinking the storm was going to hit us bad and cause major damage. Matthew didn’t want any part of us though; I think he was a little bit scared of...
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Stereotyping and ethic profiling ESLR (to kill a mockingbird)

I. Introduction: A. Gandhi once said “Anger and intolerance are the enemies of correct understanding.”(Gandhi). B. For the Muslim people, trying to overcome intolerance is a large challenge, especially because of the stereotypes and racial profiling they must undergo largely because of the event that took place on 9/11/2001, an act committed by a group of radicals. ...
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Plastic hands

Did you know that a 3-D printer can do a whole lot more than just make unuseful stuff. There is a child that has no hand and the parents asked their doctor if there was an available and affordable artificial hand for him, and the doctor wasstumped. The doctor looked at the newest prosthetic limb technology and began hunting for cheaper, more comfortable options for the child...
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