My Most Important Possession Essays and Term Papers

  • Does Age Matter in Relationship

    Name: Sina October 19, 2010 Esl: 098/099 My Cherished Possession Different possessions have different meanings. People can have the same possessions, but they may value them differently. People have possessions for different reasons and different people will cherish different objects...

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  • Larry Essay

    Question Number 1 In my life, I have been very fortunate to own many important possessions that I am thankful for. Some of the thing I use every day that are the most important to me are my phone, laptop, beats by Dre headphones, sports equipment for four different sports and my ipod. Everyday I come...

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  • My Most Valuable Possessions

    things such as cars, jewelry, clothes, and shoes. But our most valuable possessions in life may not be things we own. These items are very different from person to person. For me, my most valuable possessions are my family and friends, love, and my memories. Each one has a unique quality that helps me to...

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  • Gandhi

    way for a person to enter the kingdom of Heaven would be to sell every worldly possession, donate the proceeds to worthy charity, beg for everything from meals to clothing, live a virtuous life, spread the word of God, and most importantly of all attempt to better know one's Father in Heaven. However it...

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  • My Bracelet

    is “A VALUED POSSESSION.” John doesn’t have any idea what to write about. BRAINSTORMING will help him. John uses the mapping chart technique (see next page) and first draws an oval in the center of the page. Then inside the oval he writes the words “A VALUED POSSESSION.” Now John has to...

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  • The Most Values Possesions in an Emergency

    moment, and ignore all the possessions that even if are very important to their life.Surely,that is an obviously normal choice to choose ,because keeping yourself alive is the most important point.Except that ,any others are valueless ,and no matter how those possessions are might related and how possibly...

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  • Obsessions with our possesions

     Obsessions With Our Possessions In the excerpt “Where I lived and What I lived for” Henry David Thoreau expresses his interest in finding out the true meaning of life. He believes that the best way to find out is to live with just the bare minimums. He states that “A man is rich in proportion...

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  • Narrative

    My Bracelet Many people have valuable objects that they cherish. I have a beautiful pink seashell bracelet that is valuable to me. I cherish it every time I catch sight of it. My bracelet is my most valued possessions because my mother made it with love, it reminds me of my mother’s hard work ,and...

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  • Relics

    away, as humans, we feel the need to have a possession of theirs close to us. These items become very important though they are no longer with that individual, the tangibility of the items allows us to feel closer to the person lost. These possessions become deeply sentimental to us and can be seen...

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  • My Most Valuable Possessions

    My Most Valuable Possessions The world today is full of ways to keeps us busy, distracted, and stressed. We all have to find ways to manage these in our lives, often this happens because of special items in our lives that have a special importance to us. Maybe these items are very different from...

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  • 3.05 Essay

     Have you ever sat down and really thought about how much you value your possessions?   Do you value your belongings more than you value friends, family, love, or even yourself? Materialism is commonly practiced as a way of life. Author David Henry Thoreau was completely against materialism. As opposed...

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  • Trapped by Materialism

    experience negative effects. Self-esteem is important because it is determines children’s and teenagers’ values. Children should be innocence, not materialistic. However teenagers, grow up as materialistic people. Typically they think having possessions can help them get the respect and attention...

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  • Legalize Marijuana

    should be legal. My first reason is that I feel that the punishment of just having possession of marijuana is way too strict and feel it should be lowered. My second point is that some people think that marijuana is extremely harmful but it is not that harmful. Finally, Marijuana has important benefits that...

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  • most prized possesion

    the material items I possess, I would have to call my first car my one true prized possession. Veronica, as I often refer to her is rusty black and has more than a few bruises. Pretty much a replica of the stereotypical teenager’s first car. Possessions like these often are seen as junk to the rest of...

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  • Personal Essay

    up appearances. Most people have a certain room in their house or specific place near them that is special to them and defines who they are. Somewhere they can hangout with friends, do homework or just a quiet place to relax. My "special place" was my bedroom. As I prepared for my first semester in...

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  • Juche Ideology and Religion

    Juche is a Communist led and sponsored religion in North Korea made up of a mixture of ideology, philosophy, and religion for over 22,000,000 people, most of which are North Koreans, as stated by John Chin of the Religion-Info website (Chin). Juche is practiced, mandatorily, in North Korea by their government...

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  • Sport

    individuals. My sincere gratitude to everyone who has made this thesis possible. I would especially like to thank: Vera Minja (wife), Noela and Estella (daughters), and Elisteinar (son), for their unconditional support, understanding and patience. I love you all deeply. Roald Bahr, MD, PhD, my main...

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  • socrates

    Money and Reputation more important than Wisdom and truth Throughout history money has been providing happiness and joy to most people. Allowing people to be free from financial issues and allowing then to achieve financial dreams however, money is not the total answer to success and happiness...

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  • Anne Bradstreet - Paper 2

    a piece of historical fiction, watching a film, or listening to a teacher. These are all valid resources for learning about history, but one of the most interesting ways is to critically read a piece of literature from a period in order to learn about the people of that time's culture and values. It...

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  • TOK: The possession of knowledge carries an ethical responsibility.” Evaluate this claim.

    Every decision that one makes throughout the course of their lives affects them in even the most minor way possible. The responsibility of choosing a career path or a simple task such as picking out a restaurant to have dinner in could potentially have implications on another factor in one’s life. For...

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