Prof: Sosa Aristides
My Favorite Person
In our life we meet many people. Sometimes are people who teach us good things, and those are the ones who get in our heart. In my life there is a person who has always been there for me. She is
Their is a special woman who brought so much joy and delight into to my life. Just thinking her names makes me smile from ear to ear. When I think about my granny so many memories flood my mind. The qualities that stick out are her strength, humor, and excellent cooking ability’s. But, the one tha
Luana Renee Warner was her name. She had long curly dirty blonde hair. She was a caring person who helped everyone she came across. Luana had two beautiful twin daughters, both looking identical to herself. Those two girls were her life. She cherished and loved them with all her heart. One of the da
In my mind, one of the most important person is my mother. My mother: my friend and advisor. She always said "It doesn't help when you say it won't be easy" to teach me not to give up when things get hard. Although she is not my whole life, she is still a big part in my heart. I can't imagine that h
I can always count on her to do something if she says that she is going to do it. It just so happens that it was true. I called my mother on her cellular phone and it just so happen she was at a store where there was a Western Union. I caught her in a lie and there was nothing that she could do abou
Mother Theresa Intentions Are Honorable, But She Also Causes Evil
Some of the most fathomless evils in the world go unknown to people.
These evils present themselves disguised as good, and may do much good, but
simultaneously do evil. Ideas, things, and people may all advance evil, even if
"My Own Personal Experience with the Horror of Sexual Harassment"
A Realistic Fictional Work Written in the First Person to Educate Others on What to Do
It was a stormy night when I first came to grips with the horror that lay ahead.
Everybody loved Uncle Jack, but not me, at least not sinc
There are certain times in our lives when we look back at our life stories and reflect why we have become the person we are. It has become apparent that the mother daughter relationship plays an important role in determining who the daughter turns out to be as an adult. In the following stories ab
Pink Floyd, the Wall : Mother
Had Sigmund Freud lived 40 more years (to the overripe old age of 123), he would have been delighted to hear such a wonderful example of his life's psychoanlytic work embodied in the haunting lyrics of "Mother." Or had Oedipus lived a few millennium longer th
Rosa Parks: The Mother of Modern Civil Rights
Rosa Louise McCauley Parks is nationally recognized as the mother of the modern-day civil rights movement in America. She was not trying to start a movement. She was simply tired of the social injustice and did not think that a woman should be forced
The Educated Single Mother
“A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.” (Mermillod) This quote emphasizes one of the many meanings of the word “mother”. This quote can especially relate to single mothers. When faced with the difficulty of rai
Stomp the Yard: My favorite Movie
There are millions of movies that have caught my attention. To choose between
Drumline and Stomp the Yard were very hard. However, Stomp the Yard is by far one of the best
captivating and entertaining movie I have ever watched. This movie is about an inner city
A mother is the person that brings you into this world. When you are an infant, she is the one that makes certain you are always fed, dry, and happy. After a few years, she teaches you how to walk, how to dress yourself, and how to sing your ABC’s. She is the one that pays attention t
SMALL THINGS WITH GREAT LOVE
“Holiness is not the luxury of the few, but a simple duty for you and for me.” – These are the words of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the Founder of the Missionaries of Charity congregation headquartered in India. Her mission in her own words: “To help the
“Vacation For One Please!”
Stress is much more powerful than we would all like to admit. It single handedly has the power to take control of every aspect of our being including, your thoughts, emotions, and even consuming your life as a whole. Small amounts of stress are good and are oft
My Favorite Film in the 82nd Oscar Awards
He was walking on the rode, alone, shivering in the freezing cold. Having no place to go, he was looking for a shatter and wished that there might he take a little mercy of warmth. He was a miserable African-American boy. Actually, He had a mother and once
Growing up, I was raised by my loving grandmother. She raised me from a little girl to a young lady. My grandmother cared for me when nobody else was there to care. Shelter, clothing, food, and love were what she provided for me, she was all I had. My grandmother played the biggest roll in my li
About the short story
The short story Black is My Favorite Color by Bernard Malamud is about Jewish-Black relationships in America similarly to several of his other novels (such as The Assistant, 1957) and short stories.
Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) was born in Brooklyn as an offspring of Russi
Logic Problem #01:
Albert Einstein's Logic Problem
This quiz is said to have been written by Einstein in the 19th century, although there is some question as to whether this is true or not. He is said to have stated that 98% of the people in the world cannot solve the quiz. Since it can'
My Favorite Movie
My favorite movie is mom at sixteen because it is educational and teaches us young children not to have sex because of it consequences.
In this movie a girl named Jacey Jeffries, (Danielle Panabaker), is a 16 year old high school student, who unexpectedly becomes a moth