Carmen Dent Mrs. Roberts English Book: Beastly By: Alex Flinn 1. Discuss how the main character is like or unlike a person you know? (10 points) Kyle, the main character in the book Beastly, is rude and careless. He only cares for his self, and if someone looks ugly or nerdy to him he will be extremely disrespectful to them. There are a lot of people that I know who would do that to people just because they think they are better than most people.
Being hooked to that machine even for a while might bring us hedonic happiness. On the other hand eudaimonic is when the good life results from living in accordance with your diamon in other words your true self (Baumgardner & Crothers, 2009). For instance we all do not like the pain of sadness or disappointment however those feelings makes us who were are. We build character and strength from life’s experiences, whether they are good or bad. Without those feelings we would have no personality and one might find us
I also don’t like my disorder because I end up getting mad over little things and than I get into trouble and trouble comes with fines and / or jail time and I’m to old to be acting up anymore and its also not fair to my mother because I don’t have a job right now so she would be the one having to pay for the out come of my mistake because I got angry over something small or even something stupid. That’s why when I do have my medication I do take them everyday on time I try my best
"I have come to realize more and more that the greatest disease and the greatest suffering is to be unwanted, unloved, uncared for, to be shunned by everybody, to be just nobody [to no one]. " -Mother Theresa Shunning is a common concept that has been used throughout our years of existence. Although it may not be used as a public sentence the same way as it may have been long ago, it is still implied in today’s society. People like to spend their time on judging someone on how they dress, act, talk, or who they hang out with. People just do this because of their insecurity, fear, jealousy, hate, or because of a crime of any size they have committed.
I believe that Orbach’s article is written in way that is responds to all of the social stereotypes that plague women in general, not only larger women. Yet, with this wide scope she manages to narrow her thoughts down to fat women. I completely disagree with the Orbach in the selection “Fat is a Feminist Issue.” When I graduated from high school and got my first job, I was going through a lot of stress and I didn’t care about my health. I didn’t care what I ate or how
It has caused countless arguments, cyber bullying, people committing suicide and horrible images and videos being uploaded for the world to see. This simple site is actually very complex. People tend to think its a great way to make friends and reconnect with old ones, but in my opinion is a way of causing stress and anxiety in someones life. Often people use it to cause upset and insult someone from the comfort of behind their computer screen. The problem with Facebook is that it often puts people in bad situations often leading to suicide, self harm, low self-esteem, being harmed by a predator and not being hired by a company.
While there are plenty of magazines, zines, and interactive social outlets that attempt to take a stance on feminism , we feel that, many have a preset tone – you know: angry man hating lesbian feminist or “freaks” with faces filled with piercings and clothes comprised of tattoos. While these are wonderful for the small number of people who fit this stereotype, there are a larger number of people who are turned off by this depiction and feel further isolated by the stereotypical confines they feel placed under. Instead, Our Way” is interested in stressing the
It was a good thing because I’m handling his criticism well. I am learning how to take his criticism in a positive way now. In conclusion, The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho shows his readers that they shouldn’t let their fears stop them from achieving their dreams. Sometimes we make it more worse than it already is. If you don’t let your fears stop you from achieving your dreams, then you will live a happy life knowing that you took all your chances and you don’t regret that you didn’t take any risks.
Living love means being humble and self-aware enough to acknowledge one's life as a miracle, one's place in the universe as miniscule, one's influence on others as great as their can be on us. Truth becomes understanding that is relevant. Love is its own JUSTICE. Living HATE in the NOW, prevents us from experiencing Joy and concentrates our energy on being distant, apart, rejected, needy, insufficient, anxious, fearful, and aggressive. We have nothing to share with others, only something to take.
even people with the most decent life can still feel emotions. everyone can get sad sometimes. i dont even know whats wrong with me if im completely honest i absolutely hate change. even the thought of it makes me feel sick. i knew starting college would be hard but i totally underestimated how hard exactly.