• Fawad
    Each Man Is The Architect Of His Own Destiny [pic] Destiny, fate, future, luck all such things are considered unachievable, untouchable, something supernatural, something miraculous. But logic dictates that they are not. So is logic wrong or the traditional concepts misleading! If we put some thought...
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  • Man Is an Architect of His Own Fate
    settled for you, for fate rules supreme. Even great Shakespeare had said – there is a divinity that shapes our will. Man cannot change this fortune. What is lotted cannot be blotted or avoided. But there is another school of opinion, that is more reasonable in this age of science, that a man has powers and...
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  • Man Is the Architect of His Own Fortune
    Man is the architect of his own fortune You believe it or not but it is absolutely true that man is the architect of his own fortune. Now many people search for how to become a successful person. If you do hard work then you must become successful person. If you want to be rich then you have to work...
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  • Character Is Fate
    Character is Fate – Essay “A man’s character is his fate” once said the Greek philosopher Heraclites. By this he meant that our personalities and actions shape the outcomes of our lives and therefore our destiny. This statement opposes the traditional view that man’s fate is determined by an external...
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  • charms strike the soul
    attractive character. But he may not possess any real ability or talent. He can even turn out to be unscrupulous too. A man must be judged on the basis of his abilities and not on his external appearance. Many of the truly good and great men are humble. Goodness and perfection do not go with gaudiness...
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  • Sffasfa
    that we were fated to achieve this and fail in that. But fate is a figment of man’s imagination, it is refuge only for those who are cowardly and lack in determination. Because nothing is impossible in the world. Man is architect of his own fate. He can make himself if he has the will. He can also mar...
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  • 12 Angry Men: Classic Movie
    in this movie by far is the Architect in the White Suit. Right off from the beginning at the original vote the Architect stated clearly his position in the matter. Against the rest of the group he strongly held his ground and fought for what he believed. Most people in his position would have changed...
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  • Othello
    lusts..’ The tragedy of Othello derives from the main characters. They are all architects of their own downfall. Do you agree? Although Othello as described by Professor Bradley is a “tragedy of a good and noble mans undoing by a foreign intellectual and cunning villain” ultimately Othello is a “tale...
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  • my heart will go on
    Thomas Hardy Thomas Hardy was an English author, novelist and poet, who is mainly known for his contribution in the naturalist movement. Though he always regarded himself as a poet and claimed poems as his first love, they are not as popular as novels composed by him. Hardy's huge popularity lies in...
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  • Nitrogen Fixation
    People don’t realize that we (humans) are all playing the same role in life. William Shakespeare brilliantly clarifies the true meaning of life through his poem “All the worlds a stage.” Truth of life, destiny, and human ambition can be seen more clearly through theater than from life itself. The most elaborate...
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  • Literary Analysis Essay
    all protagonists’ fate is decided by the narrator’s hand. Just like the literary works we have recently read, including the poems “Sunday Greens” by Rita Dove, “Sinful City” by Jaroslav Seifert and the excerpt from Like Water for Chocolate from Laura Esquivel, the characters’ fate was sealed from that...
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  • Naomi
    the Wessex country which figured in his works called Wessex novels. Hardy was the eldest of the four children of Thomas Hardy, a stonemason and jobbing builder. He grew up in an isolated cottage on the edge of open heathland. Though he was often ill as a child, his early experience of rural life, with...
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  • Thomas Hardy
    due pleurisy in December 1927. He was an English novelist, poet and a Victorian realist in the tradition of George Eliot; he was influenced both in his novels and in his poetry by Romanticism, especially William Wordsworth. Charles Dickens was another important influence, he was highly critical of much in Victorian...
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  • Differences in Themes of Epics
    that not only fulfills this desire, but construct a story that brings life and meaning to an otherwise futile narrative to be lost over time. The architects of both Oedipus the King and Beowulf shortened no strides in creating stories that could be read over and over long after being written, and gave...
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  • 12 Angry Men - Ob Concepts
    12 Angry Men (1957) is a gripping and an engrossing examination of 12 jurors who are deciding the fate of a young Puerto Rican boy in a murder trial. It is phenomenal that a movie with a running time of just 96 minutes and shot in just one room could be so impactful and so intellectually stimulating...
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  • Thomas Hardy's fatalism in Tess of the D'Urbervilles
    greatest novelist of his time. Some critics have even called him the Shakespeare of the English novel. One who reads Hardy will ever carry in his/her memory the great characters like Henchard, Tess and Eustracia. Hardy has also created Wessex a small tract of country rich in its own peculiar atmosphere...
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  • Man: the Maker of His Own Destiny
    MAN “ : The maker of his own destiny ? Destiny- a word with which we are all quite familiar; what does it actually mean / The dictionary suggests that it is an unavoidable fate or invincible necessity. What makes it so important is the imperative role it plays in our lives. Man, who is said to be...
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  • Happiness
    GEMS FROM THE OCEAN OF HINDU THOUGHT VISION AND PRACTICE BEACH 10: HINDUISM FOR THE NEXT GENERATION Wave 10: Empire of the Mind Man versus Mind : Mind is the meeting point of science, religion and philosophy. It is the human mind that understands scientific phenomena of nature and coordinates...
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  • What does Aeneas learn in Book II of the Aeneid?
    What does Aeneas learn in Book II of the Aeneid? Book II of Virgil’s epic takes place in Carthage where Aeneas recounts his exploits at Troy to the assembled Carthaginians and their queen, Dido, as well as the surviving Trojans. Aeneas’ tale fits into roughly three sections; the discovery of the...
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  • Man Is the Maker of His Won Destiny
    deduce that an Event is caused by an act of will or choice. If you believe it is a world of choice, you regard your life as a product of your own decisions. If you believe in destiny, you suspect there are greater forces defining your life’s story. Even if we are each part of some great master...
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