Character Development Resulting from Setting It is easy to assume that one’s community offers its occupants the same opportunities, as it’s physical attributes are familiar and accessible to each. This statement is negated in the story Sonny’s Blues, by James Baldwin which details how the urban community of Harlem contained cultural conflict leading to the… Continue reading Sonny’s Blues Literary Analysis
I recently wrote an interesting article for school. Prior to this assignment I had watched movies for pure entertainment, upon the completion of this analysis I catch myself unintentionally paying closer attention to the details in films. Benefits of the use of lighting in the movie GoodFellas In the textbook, Film: From watching to seeing,… Continue reading Advanced Perspective of Film: A Result of Lighting
You were successful mom, even though I chose a different path then I’m sure you had wanted for me. Don’t be upset, for I have learned far more lessons than the books could’ve taught me. I made poor choices on my own and hit rock bottom, and YOU made me tough as nails to make it through. I know I have told you this before, but I will tell you again… I never understood you until I had my children. I love you so much, for you have been the one person I knew would answer the phone no matter where I have been over the years, the cost of hearing my voice, or just to listen tho you may not always agree with me or be able to be here with me. I can thank you for the way I raise my kiddos, as I have implemented the skills you have taught me, and I am PROUD because they exceed my expectations. I’m happy I chose the life I did, all I have ever wanted is a family and I found it in them. You would be so proud of me if you saw them, or if you saw me. Since they are growing older it is my time to further myself, and I am doing just that. YOU will always be my best friend, I love you, and I hope you have a great day mom. I wish you a Happy Birthday
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The day was September 6, 2010, time approximately 9 am. I will never remember the exact time, nor do I want to. One month and nine days short of his first birthday, this was the morning that my eleven-month-old son Evan died. I find myself asking questions that will never be answered such as… Continue reading Evan; The Loss of My Eleven-Month-Old Son
Studies Show Physical and Psychological Degradation Directly Relates to Poverty Money: the sole possession that controls one’s ability to obtain all other possessions. One works as a lifelong slave to accumulate valuable paper, and upon failure to do so, suffers the physical and mental defeat of its power. The severity of the effects is so… Continue reading Studies Show Physical and Psychological Degradation Directly Relates to Poverty
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