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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

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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

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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

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    singing career, and his many awards. Justin Bieber’s life has been amazing since he became a world wide artist. Justin Drew Bieber was born March 1, 1994 to Pattie Mallette

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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

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    question of whether a perfect society is possible or even desirable suggests that our societies aren’t perfect as they are. In other words our societies are flawed and therefore imperfect and undesirable. In my opinion a society without flaws is neither possible nor desirable. Persuasive evidence to support my viewpoint is abundant in examples from literature, history and current events. Consider the case of “The Giver.” In “The Giver” Jonas seemingly lives in the perfect society. A community of

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    A World Divided: The Day It All Changed There is pain and there is heartbreak, and on a beautiful summer day in August 2015, I discovered just that. Nothing could have prepared me for the dramatic turn my life was about to take. The life-altering day that my parents decided to separate changed me forever, but broadened my understanding of inner strength and the importance of independence. Divorce never crossed my mind, recollecting the phenomenal childhood I had experienced, with extra love and

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    In a world things are messed up for a reason. Sometimes we don't always understand this reason but things always seem to work out in just the right ways. Yes, there's crime, poverty, and struggles between the human race but without them America wouldn’t be how it is today. However I have a dream, a dream of a perfect America where those things didn't happen. In my dream there are no jails, detentions, or punishments. There are no crimes occurring between people and the police or none existent.

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    around the world believe in some kind of a holy presence. Where did this belief in a holy being come from? There must exist a being that is causing this belief. This certain being is I, your God. I am intellectually indeterminate, possess genuine optionality, and I have bestowed upon you the ability to have faith, and through faith, you have been able to believe that I exist. But what is my reason for existence? This question needs to be answered in order for you to understand why the world exists

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    book it's as if I'm in my own world, a place of bliss. Like I'm watching a movie in my head but I'm the director. I find it easier to read in complete silence that way my thoughts can echo out much further and louder. One of the things that I usually do is stop in the page that I'm reading in and start asking myself questions and try to foreshadow what I might believe will happen at the end. Although, I am a realist, reading has been an escape from reality into a world where it feels like I'm

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