my perfect world essay

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  • What Is My Perfect World Essay

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    My Perfect world? I could be wrong but I think that there is no "perfect" world, there is a better world, a more happier one in which your happy and content with what you have and what you are at that moment, but to go to the extreme and say "perfect" I don't think so. Unless it's one of those instances that it's your imperfect, perfect world. It's never going to be perfect because people by nature in my opinion are always wanting something more than what they have at that current moment. So if

  • My Perfect World Is A Dull Colored Asymmetrical Bricked Building

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    My perfect world was a dull colored asymmetrical bricked building located at 1259 Clay Avenue in the Bronx, where I lived with my family. My mother, father, and I … and later on a new addition, my younger sister Katherine. I said dull, but to me it has always been a bright building full of colors, and unforgettable memories. Not only my building, but the entire neighborhood. We had an elderly guy, George, who always walked with rhythm in his feet, and a wide grin on his face offering free dvd’s to

  • Persuasive Essay On Social Media

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    Like was talking about. As a teenager being part of this generation like that Douglas Rushkoff is talking about, and I can relate to some of it. I remember growing up when Facebook was popping, and all we wanted was to be like in middle school, kids my age would post funny memes and “t.b.h” which stands for ‘to be honest”.When we would post things like that, we were looking for likes and shares and comments. why? The reason we did this was because we were able too, we felt good about it, and in the

  • 21 Savage

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    Jonathan Wolfgang von Goethe, “In nature we never see anything isolated, but everything in connection with something else which is before it, beside it, under it and over it.” – (“Johann Wolfgang von Goethe”). The world is all connected much like nature most everything has its ties within the world and how it connects itself with the things or people around it. This essay will show you how dogs are connected to love and many other connections. 21 savage is a rapper, songwriter, and a record producer

  • My Love Short Story

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    I always thought that I did not need anyone but myself. A black and white world with only myself in it. I never really cared for anyone; if I did they would be a family or a close friend. Anything romantic was always thrown out of the window. I did not want to think about love or even pay attention to it. That all changed when I fell in love. It changed my whole world and how I viewed it. It is not just liking someone and being in a relationship; love is so much more than that. Love is a wonderful

  • The Existence Of God : Ontological Argument Essay

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    support theist believes. The existence of God was once never denied, as His presence, His existence was evident in miracles and the people 's faith. But time and the advancement of modern science have called God and His very nature into question. The Perfect Being has become the source of much doubt and controversy. The faithful, believing people have become unsure. It seems that we will never find the answer to this question, but I think that we should take a look at one of the most famous arguments

  • Similarities Between Descartes And Nietzsche 's View On God 's Existence

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    oneself. He explains that “I am a finite being and thus cannot generate these ideas on my own. I have also never experienced perfection or infinity in the world, so they cannot come from experience, either”. God is a “perfect being”. Descartes indicates in the beginning of Meditation IV, “perfection” can know nothing of trickery, deceit because deception is a mark of maliciousness and imperfection. If God is a perfect being and perfection cannot know anything of lies or deceit then God cannot be deceptive

  • Why The World Is A Utopia?

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    We all want the world to be a Utopic world, but the truth is it’s not. We live in a Dystopic world, even though most people do not want to believe it or admit it to themselves. When I step back and get perspective on the world today, I can clearly see that we live in a Dystopic world. Why does a portion of today’s society want the world to be a Utopia? In a Utopic world, everything would be perfect, we would not have the struggles to change us into the human’s we are meant to be. However, in a Dystopic

  • Theist Essay On There Is A God

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    shouldn’t exist. But because evil does exist in this world, God is not all-good and does not exist. Theist: Can you support your statement? Atheist: Yes of course. Omnibenevolent means all-good. If God exist, an omnibenevolent God would stop evil because he want too and its in his nature. Also, since an omniscient being is all-knowing, God knows how to put an end to evil, but doesn’t. Because God is omnipotent, he has all the power in the world to stop evil, but doesn’t. Therefore he

  • My Ideal Utopia

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    applying them to the members of each group and setting the law. A utopia is an imagined community or society that paints a perfect world and perfect or near perfect qualities. A utopian society is where everything and everyone is equal and no standards set between people. Utopia is your ideal world setting and ideal standards that you want in your society. Utopia is your ideal world and the way you make it to be. The political system I would use is Democracy because Democracy is a system in which ordinary