Imagine You Are A Tree Essays

  • Trees Can Speak Essay

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    Good afternoon everyone, "Do you think trees can speak?" Shakespeare said YES. In Macbeth, there is a line that goes like this: "Stones have been known to move and trees to speak." This old superstition is not something crazy. Scientists have proved that trees do communicate. One scientist did an experiment to investigate how willows react when attacked by a caterpillar. He assigned them to two plots: one with caterpillars and one without them. After 14 days, he picked the leaves to feed

  • Imagine Essay

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    Imagine There is a place, which once entered, its infinity you will find. But it’s not that type of black or dark infinity, it’s rather an infinity of what you the guest will choose. In other words if its cars you like, you’ll travel into a profoundly infinity world of cars! It’s simply like your personal jinn, it takes you to an infinity situation of what you’re interested in. But one more thing when I say infinity, I don’t mean that you’ll go there forever, I mean that you can keep on wherever

  • childhood memories Essay

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    It is summer. The sunshine dances across the skin like the warm caress of a gentle lover. You can feel the heated air swirl just above the skin like an exotic dancer. The wood of the porch is warm and soft with age beneath bare feet, but the sidewalk is scalding hot. You quickly leap over the sidewalk to the grass of the yard, which is hot and brittle, itself, but not hot enough to be uncomfortable. The air is rich with the smell of all sorts of flowers: snapdragons, hydrangea, roses, and lilies

  • The Fertile Muck Essay

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    who hangs from the tree trying to persuade Eve to eat the apple. In relation to imagination, this tree with apples and garlands hung can also represent a Christmas tree that has red ball ornaments (apples) and garland hung from the tree does not move, like the garland wrapped around a Christmas tree. “The wind’s noise is empty” refers to no wind, which in turn allows the garland to hang around the tree. The second stanza talks about winged insects with crafty eyes. We imagine these eyes as the little

  • Imaginative Journey Essay

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    extremely well to the study of imaginative journeys as journeys of this kind often don’t conclude at all but rather concentrate on the experience of the journey. My three texts, ’Strange Objects’ a novel by Gary Crew, Samuel Coleridge’s poem ‘This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison’ and the song ‘Fast Cars’ by ‘Tracy Chapman’ all illustrate the essential truth of this. The novel ‘Strange Objects’ by Gary Crew asks many questions but not all are answered. One of the main questions asked is ‘what is the mental

  • Leaving Cert 2006 Exam Parer 1 (Higher Level) Essay

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    and son are cutting down a tree. The father, a garda sergeant, has been given permission by Lady Sarah, a member of the landed gentry, to cut down a small tree on her lands. However, he decides to ignore her wishes and cut down a magnificent beech tree on the avenue leading to the Great House. We join the story as the tree falls… “She’s going,” said his father. Branches quaking, the huge tree tilted, twisted and, fighting to stay upright, grabbed at a neighbouring tree but, bowing to its fate, keeled

  • Hum 102 Week 1 Uop Essay

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    John Lennon singing “Imagine,” released September 9, 1971. Think about the words of the song and once you do, this song exceedingly does apply. "Imagine" “Imagine there's no heaven It's easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today... Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people Living life in peace... Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can No need for greed

  • Pear Tree Essay

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    Significance of a tree Zora N. Hurston started to compare Janie's life to a tree with the simile when she said "Janie saw her life like a great tree in leaf with the things suffered, things enjoyed, things, done, and undone" Janie was stretched on her back beneath the pear tree soaking in the alto chant of the visiting bees, the gold of the sun and the panting breath of the breeze when the inaudible voice of it all came to her. She saw a dust-bearing bee sink into the sanctum of a bloom; the thousand

  • Plato Cave Essay

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    philosophy is dumb? Let me put it this way - imagine you're in a cave, all chained up so you can't turn your body at all, and all you get to look at is this one wall. Some jerks behind you are making shadow puppets using the light from a fire and making echo noises and that's all you or anyone else chained up has seen or heard all your life. Sounds terrible, right? Except it's all you've ever known, shadows and echoes, and that's your whole world - there's no way you could know that, really, you're watching

  • The Giving Tree Essay

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    Endeavor “If you love something, let it go. If it comes back to you, it’s yours. If it doesn’t, it was never meant to be.” – Unknown. As a child, we have all heard this quote, or been told it many times. Never do you really understand what it means until we come of age. Standing by to wait for someone or something to love you is of the greatest levels of maturity and love. It is selfless, and it is undeniable. The Giving Tree by Shell Silverstein, is a poem about a little boy, and a tree. The main

  • The Pencil Drill Essay

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    Introduction Preface If your belief in the existence of God was directly challenged, could you give a cogent defense for what you believe? If you went to any church in the United States, and asked that question in the morning worship service, how many people do you think would be able to stand up and give that defense? Without actually conducting a survey, my gut feeling is that very, very few would be able to do so. Some might say that they believed in the existence of God by faith. But faith

  • Short Story Guide Line Essay

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    Put a man up a tree * Throw stones at him * Get him down When you come to think of it, it's good advice for any writer. So follow the steps in the plan below to start writing great short stories. Short Story Plan Start with a situation - a problem to be resolved for your protagonist ( the man up the tree). Then present the problems that can occur (throw some stones): * Misunderstandings / mistaken identity / lost opportunities etc The final step is to show how you can solve the

  • Ij: Pan'S Labyrinth/Jmw Turner Painting Essay

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    mother to leave the brutal post they live in. But her mother is of no comfort to her, lacking empathy. Reality becomes the catalyst for Ofelia’s isolation in her imagination. (b) How are the ideas about imaginative journeys conveyed? In your answer you should refer to language forms, features and structures in the text, as well as the medium of production. The film uses two separate story lines in order to show contrast and reason in reflecting the underlying moral of the film, the fear of harm from

  • The Cinder Maid Essay

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    Analyze the fairy tale below. Your essay must be between 600 and 1000 words. In your analysis you may use one of the analysis models from the text “Reading and Analysing Fairy Tales” that we have used in class.” You might focus on: * Language. * Roles of the different characters in the story. * classical fairy tale elements. * comparisons to similar stories. * type of society the story might have originated from. * Symbolic meaning in the fairy tale. As this is a literary

  • Curiosity and the Tree, by Patrick Kelly Essay

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    town fair in an hour, and I don’t want to have to go to the emergency room because you did something stupid,” Mom warned me as if she knew I was going to get myself into trouble. “Yah yah yah, I know I know I know, can I now go outside, please?” I begged. When I was running out the door, I heard my mom yell four words to me, “DON’T CLIMB THAT TREE!” If only I listened. “I know; you tell me that every time. When are you going to trust me,” I muttered under my breath. “When I know you'll listen,” Mom

  • The Way I Live Essay

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    Imagine Imagine the woods, Without a tree, Imagine the rivers, Without the sea, Imagine yourself, Without me, Imagine how lost, I would be. Our Story My grizzled eyes stalked your lissome limbs And discovered camouflaged curves. I purred a secret smile. I'm not reckless and thought to retire. But then your winsome smile. My surprised spirit soared on seldom seen condor wings. My excitement ripened like a restrained volcano. You snared my mind with comfortable associations

  • Self Concept Speech Essay

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    This is my last semester here at North Lake College. Something you may not know about me is that when I was younger, I was a volunteer member of Red Cross society at Nepal. And I like to work as volunteers in communities. I have involved many kinds of social work and events including service learning, phi kappa and many more. Five objects I will be presenting today to help you understand who I am are helping hand pictures, tree, calculator, Money, laptop. First, pictures of helping hands, I am

  • The Lang Essay

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    of how now a day’s hated words aren’t always meant to be understood in which a way we hate saying them but in a way where saying them is what will make things wrong and there is no wrong doing of one’s self opinion. 2. "You want to know what I truly look like? I'll help you out. Find yourself a mirror while I continue." (307) Far from being a Grim Reaper the Book Thief's Death is a weary and cynical character with the relatively menial duty of carrying away the souls of the recently deceased

  • Heaven, 1963 Essay

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    black-and-white, It’s before Pabst blue ribbon, Before his tone became a knife That made my mother bleed, And before he blackened my eye The time he thought I meant to end my life. He’s standing in our yard on Porter road beneath the old chestnut tree. He's wearing sunglasses, a light cotton shirt, and a dreamy expression. He's twenty-seven I'm two. My hair, still baby curls, is being tossed by a gentle breeze. I'm fast asleep in his arms. Memories of “Heaven, 1963” The Author

  • Paul Lawerance Essay

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    the tree? The poet reveals that even though the oak tree is old and beautiful, and even casts a cool shade for him, the poet is scared of it and the memories it brings. 2. What causes the "gurgling moan" in line 10? The gurgling moan was caused by something in the throat. 3. Give three specific details that the author includes to appeal to our sense of sight, touch and hearing. Sight: Pray why are you so bare, so bare, The author gives the reader an image of a bare bough of an oak tree. Touch:

  • Habit Essay

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    habit that becomes a force, a dominating force over you, is a sin. One should live more in freedom. One should be able to do things not according to habits, but according to the situations. There's no good habit as such Life is continuously changing—it is a flux—and habits are stagnant. The more you are surrounded by habits, the more you are closed to life. You are not open, you don't have windows. You don't have any communication with life; you go on repeating your habits. They don't fit; they

  • Senge's Five Factors Essay

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    “conscious” is to be aware of the world around you and yourself in relation to the world. Let’s take a moment to think about how this process works operationally. Imagine that you are standing outside, looking at a tree. What happens? The lenses in your eyes focus light photons onto the retinas. The photosensitive cells in your retinas respond by sending neural impulses to your brain. Your brain processes these signals and forms an image of the tree inside your mind. The human mind is very good at

  • Nobody Essay

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    penetrating - just like his writing. 'The white Moon heard it, and she forgot the dawn, and lingered on in the sky.' You can imagine the Moon stopping dead in the sky to listen to the tiny powerful creature. 'The red rose heard it, and it trembled all over with ecstasy, and opened its petals to the cold morning air.' You can really relate to this sentence - you feel as though you are the red rose, you can feel the cold morning air against your petals. The use of the word 'trembled' gives an extra feel to the

  • Bandersnatching Behind the Tumtum Tree Essay

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    From my spot, hidden by the dark shadows of the dense wood, I watch as the creature took refuge under a tumtum tree. I slump down to watch through the green, thick bushes that blocked my large, putrid body from the boy. I hadn't eaten in two days, and this child would make a wonderful treat to take the edge off of my hunger. The sweet smell of the ponfrod grass filled my nostrils. It smelled like something calm and serene but still pinched your nose with the strong sting of fresh herbs. This grass

  • The Unique You Essay

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    THE UNIQUE YOU The more you like yourself, the less you like anyone else, which makes you unique, this were the words of Walt Disney. Am talking about the man in you and the woman in you. In African traditional set up, men are highly regarded and honored compared to women. Men are considered to be children in the family while girls are less valued. For instant a family without a male child is considered a family without children but only girls. This sends out signals that the position of a male

  • Birches By Robert Frost Essay

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    Birches Robert Frost’s “Birches” is a poem that makes you think how fast time goes. In the poem, the narrator was flashing back to when he was a child, how he remembered it to clearly. After reading the poem you want to treasure your moments in life. When I read this it connects heaven and Earth, bringing heaven to Earth. The poem makes you think about what great things lay for you in the future, even after Earth. Places better than Earth, “I’d like to get away from Earth awhile, and then come

  • Engineering Aspirations Essay

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    in elementary school, we built more tree houses than I can remember. There was always lots of spare lumber on hand because of the neighborhood that was being built near ours. We kids would go to these construction sites and ask the workers for any lumber, tools, and nails that they didn't need. This surprisingly gained us more stock than we knew what to do with. So, of course, we began building, and building. Non-stop, day in and day out, until there were tree houses scattered all over our neighborhood

  • Knowledge and Experience Essay

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    Knowledge and Experience If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? This philosophical question regarding observation, reality, and knowledge has been debated for centuries. Experience and knowledge tell us that when two solid objects collide, they create vibrations which create sound; therefore, if this theoretical, perceivable tree were to fall in this imaginary forest, experience tells us yes, it would make a sound. Only through observation and experience

  • The Red Tree Analysis

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    The Red Tree-Vincent Chen The Red Tree-Vincent Chen Shaun Tan’s text, “The Red Tree”, explores the power of hope, renewal and inspiration. The journey follows that of a young nameless girl as she experiences her day-to-day life in a dark and dull world, expressing her feelings of alienation, loneliness and depression but eventually, finding the hope and passion to see the brighter side of life. This is conveyed through the use of effective visual and language techniques thus allowing the responder

  • Poems By William Blake Essay

    6207 Words  | 25 Pages Brilliant Link for help This is what it looks like: Introduction The Little Boy Lost The Little Boy Found The Tyger The Lamb A Poison Tree The Human Abstract London Writing about poetry Blake's subjects and themes Argument, structure and form Key images Other effects Brief notes for revision Introduction The notes which follow are intended for study and revision of a selection of Blake's poems. About the poet William Blake

  • Perfect Essay

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    females along there side standing up for there race. The citizens were protesting because in Jena, Louisiana, 6 black boys asked the principal if they could sit under a tree reserved only for the whites. And the principal said they could sit anywhere they liked. So they sat there. And the next day they found 3 hanging nooses on that tree in school colors. The white boys who were responsible for the nooses only got a 3 day in school suspension. Racial tensions began to arise after the incident. And there

  • Awkwardly Single Essay

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    Single Imagine living in the desert. I know… cool right? Can you picture yourself living in this box along? No one in sight no one around. Where are you getting water? Where are you getting food? Back to this box of yours. Picture the ground is all rocky and muddy looking and your home is sitting on top. With nothing around you. The nearest thing around you is a tree and that’s like half a mile away. The most awkward house would have to be this home. How the picture is set up you cannot see

  • Christmas Essay

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    Christmas Christmastime was always a magical time of year for me. The beautifully decorated shopping malls, with toys everywhere you looked, always fascinated me. And the houses, with the way their lights would glow upon the glistening snow at night, always seemed to calm me. But decorating the Christmas tree and falling asleep underneath the warm glow of the lights, in awe that Santa Claus would soon be there, was the best part of it all. As a child, these things enchanted me. Sure, the presents

  • Paingting of Norman Rockwell Essay

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    by Norman Rockwell The first painting is called A family tree, which is painted in 1959. That painting is about the origin of American in new century. There is a big tree in the middle of the painting, and there leaves and also leaves on each branches of the tree. But, interestingly, no roots exist in the bottom of the trees and on the left corner of the article, there is a little ship sailing towards the land of the earth where the tree is planted. And all this things has their special meaning

  • Philosophy Essay

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    if you are not a rectangle then it is impossible for you to be a square. That is, if you are a square, then you are also automatically a rectangle. Another example will be a necessary condition for getting an A in a term paper is that a student hand in a term paper. This means that if a student does not hand in a term paper, then a student will not get an A, or, equivalently, if a student gets an A, then a student hands in a term paper. “Consider the concept of treehood. Nothing can be a tree that

  • Essay - Trees Our Best Friend

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    birch, beech, elm, chestnut and fir are found. In a hot country like India, the neem, cotton, banyan and hundreds of other trees are found. Rosewood, ebony and mahogany are some trees that grow in the tropical rain forests of India. Teak is a common tree found in the monsoon forests of India. Coniferous trees like pine and cedar, trees of the Alpine variety like silver-fir, birch and juniper are found in the Himalayan regions. The uses of trees to man are many. The timber trees supply us with wood

  • The Magician's Nephew Essay

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    The Magician’s Nephew If you like to read fantasy books then you should read this book from the Chronicles of Narnia series The Magicians Nephew by Clive Staples (C.S.) Lewis. This book is about Andrew who is a magician and his nephew Digory and Digory’s friend Polly. They are the main characters in this book. Andrew does magical experiments and tricks the two children to travel to other worlds. The story starts in the early 1900s in London. The author has written this story to

  • Garden of Eden Essay

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    The Garden of Eden Imagine the most beautiful place outdoors possible. Think of the trees, the plants, even the animals nearby. Think of how perfect everything is. If you are a believer in the bible, than this vision in your head is the closest thing to seeing the Garden of Eden. The Garden of Eden was said to be the most beautiful place in the world, a true paradise on earth. But is the Garden still on Earth? Is it still on Earth somewhere, waiting to be discovered, or has it slowly deteriorated

  • Of Mice and Men Essay

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    Script (Outside at the tree, crooks comes over from playing horseshoes) Damn, im real tired after all that ff flaming horseshoes I feel for ya, bet ya’ll real tired after all that HARD work, here let me rub ya down Oh yeah, and by the way have u heard bout what their all going to tonight Oh damn, not that god damn cathouse again! Yeah that’s right, so what you doing tonight, seeing as everybody else is out….. I like where this is going…… Me too Sorry I was getting

  • Imagination Essay

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    ability: imagination. Imagine that you are going for a walk on a beautiful spring afternoon. As you walk by one of the houses, you see a little girl dancing around her yard just singing her favorite song as loud as she can. In the moment that you walk by she just sings the last word and bows and says thank you with a huge smile on her face as if she were singing to an audience that was cheering to her that was in her yard. Of course there is nobody there, when you look you just see a girl bowing

  • Analyzing a Visual Argument Essay

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    would be from 20 to 50 that may be environmental. This argument says that “Everyday, 1.5 million trees are cut down to make cigarettes.” Other than the businessmen running the guy dressed up as bunny out of his territory so they could cut down the tree, the statement at the end says it all. Any smoker that may be concerned about the environment would be attracted to this visual argument. This visual argument was made to catch the attention of the smokers and let them know that they are not only

  • China Paper

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    MINARD DR CLAYBON I entered a contest a week ago, to the beautiful country of China. I was to describe four most useful inventions or contributions created by the Ancient Chinese. Sometime later I received and won. I was thrilled, who could imagine, that I would be flying to China. China itself holds so many ancient ruins and artifacts not to mention the Great Wall. China is located in Asia. It has the oldest surviving civilization in the world. Ancient China began between 500,00 and 5000 years

  • Prejudice Essay

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    why everyone who is different has to be bad ? Imagine that you are walking down the street through the crowd of people . It is said that every person is different , so why behave everyone equally ? Everyone is trying to to fit into the group of those bland, normal that good ones. When you are walking you can see a lot of people but no one who would force you to think of him more as he has a nice shirt or shoes. But then someone goes arounds you , someone who takes your attention . Why ? Because

  • Jungle Daycare Essay

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    looking at the four walls. Every child who comes into the room and sees’ all the different animals of the jungle and feel’s all the textures of the stuffed animals stapled to the wall can close their eyes and think about what they have seen and imagine hearing the sounds of a real life jungle. To the right of the doorway it welcomes everyone to the jungle. The first animal they see is a bright purple fuzzy monkey stapled to the wall by his poor feet and arms looking over all the children in

  • Alice in Wonderland Essay

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    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll is an unusual story about a young girl who is sitting beside a tree in England and she sees a rabbit running and she starts to follow it because she is a very curious girl the rabbit goes into a whole in a tree so she does the same but falls into the tree whole into a world that you can’t even imagine. When she is falling she is not falling fast but slow it even feels that’s she was floating. It’s a world that has weird creatures and people. When

  • New York City Essay

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    because since I was a little girl my dad used to take me to work with him all the time. Some tourists’ sights are the statue of liberty, Ellis Island, Times Square, Rockefeller center, and the American museum of natural history. In my personal opinion if you don’t live in New York or never been there it’s an amazing site to see. Manhattan is so fast paced and something is always happening. There has never been a time when I went to the city and was bored or not having a good time. The statue

  • Conservation Essay

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    Could you imagine a world without trees? It’s a very horrifying thought to say the least. A world without trees would be like a world without people. The life that we all know today would be gone in the blink of an eye. But they’re endless amounts of ways we can change our fast approaching future, and it all starts with working together! First off, as we all know trees are our main supplier of oxygen, and without oxygen none of us would be alive today, but have you thought about all of

  • Personal Finance Essay

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    * 1. Describe two examples of important things that financial planning skills can help you do, and explain why these things are important to you personally. (4-6 sentences. 2.0 points)Financial planning skills could help me fund my education. This is really important to me because I want to have a good education to get a good job. Also financial planning skills could help me save and invest money. This is important because if something where to ever come up where I needed money and fast I would be

  • Imaginative Journeys - Life of Pi and Coleridge Essay

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    helps Pi grow in his maturity, changes his perspective on life and to understanding universal truths. As Pi says when he reaches the depths of his despair, “The lower you are, the higher your mind will want to soar.” Personification has been used to emphasise how imagination can be a means of learning and growth. Pi’s ability to imagine, speculate and be inspired allows him to grow from an innocent boy to a man. This process of growth and learning has been further emphasised through the use of a first-person

  • Autobiography of an Orangutan Essay

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    Imagine that you are an orangutan. Write your life story using the pictures. I am a male orang-utan living in the Hamburg Zoo in Germany. Sometimes I wish I were swinging from tree to tree in the Borneo jungle, but I guess I am as happy as I can be here. Born in Borneo, I was two years old and still clinging to my mother when poachers caught us and killed my mother. As I was still holding on tight to her, they snatched me roughly away. I was then stuffed into a sack. I lost consciousness at that