The Most Beautiful Moment In My Life Essays

  • Personal Narrative Essay

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    personal narrative, I have chosen to write about is my boot camp, graduation day, I was twenty three years old, when I joined the Air Force, and I was young adult ready for a life change in my life. I joined the Air Force, to become a stronger, disciplined and a courageous person, but I also joined the service, so I could serve my country and go to school. I wanted to find myself not as a boy, but as a man. This would be the most memorable day of my life. This is the day I graduate Air Force boot camp

  • How Has Hawaii Changed My Life

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    O’Hara 9/13/2012 Life Lesson from Hawaii Hawaii is a place of beauty and colors. Everywhere you look you can see how wonderful of a place Hawaii is. When I went to Hawaii in 2008, I was excepting the beautiful flowers, the oceans, and an amazing time, but not a life lesson that I would take with me everywhere I went from there on. This life lesson was thought by a local pastor named Lonnie and I will never forget what he thought me and my family about life and how to live it. My life changed all because

  • Blue Like Jazz: Reflection

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    find God. Both my parents were raised as Catholics, but unlike me, I seem to question religion a lot more and have my own interpretations on the scriptures and what it really means to be a follower of God. Blue Like Jazz did open my eyes even more and helped me further my journey as a follower of God. Although Miller’s stories were not in perfect chronological order, the book still flowed smoothly and was seen as moments and points that were most important and changing in his life. I can relate

  • Buffalo Mountain Research Paper

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    should really take a trip just to bear witness to the beauty. The view in the fall is breathtaking. David, my boyfriend at the time, took me to Buffalo Mountain for our first date. Buffalo Mountain means more to me than just a beautiful view. It's where I fell in love with my husband, where my life started, and where I learned to let go and trust fate. The beginning of the rest of my life all started at Buffalo Mountain during the season of falling leaves, where I learned to trust fate and where

  • Superbowl Analysis

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    Day aid also the most watched show of the entire year. As a non-native American, I find this day to be beautiful. I find Football to be a great sport but I don't understand anything about it, rules etc, so I usually don't watch any games or the real game at the Super Bowl at all, but if there's something I don't miss is the half show the commercial. The commercial are definitely the best of all year and super creative. And thats what I'm going to talk about in this article, my three favorite commercials

  • Essay On Photography

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    as in light and graphein as in to draw”(Bellis). Camera’s use light to draw a picture of what our eyes see. The ability to do such a thing has made the camera one of the greatest inventions. Capturing a passing moment in life that will never happen again is just unbelievable. This moment will now stay with us forever every time we look at that photo. In this essay I will analyze the significance of camera’s and discus the nature of photos, as well as reflect upon the process of building a pinhole

  • St. Jude Children Research Paper

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    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital St Jude for me represents a big part of my life. I exactly don’t remember how I ended up volunteering. I guess since my grandmother died with cancer, I proposed myself that I will help all the kids suffering with this disease. Since day 1 I start to donate some money to this organization, I started to like it more and more. I am guessing that at the corporate office they saw my information and that’s how they got in contact with me. I love every minute I spend

  • Car Road Trip: Narrative Essay

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    Car Road Trip Mark Colbert Everest University Online Out of all possible road trips I think the best one is by car. The moment when I finish packing, put everything inside the, sit inside it, buckle up look at my friend sitting next to me, smile an away we go! And then begins the most wonderful part of the road trip. It’s when you look out your window and see your surroundings, like seeing corn fields, mountains and big blue sky. The best part is when you leave your home before dawn. I

  • Jane Darer Narrative

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    We had been living in the beautiful sunshine state of Arizona for the last three years, my youngest daughter Vivian and I. The climate was wonderful, warm sunshine, clear blue skies, majestic mountains on the horizon, in a word, breathtaking. But Texas was home, and now we had a reason, a very strong motivation to return home. The birth of my first grandchild, and Vivian’s niece. Emily Jane Darer, born on a Tuesday, January 17, 2011, I was ecstatic, thrilled, happy, excited and missing her already

  • Defining Happiness and Sadness

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    retrospective of the moments that were the happiest and saddest for you. For it defines what are of value to you, as a being -and so you will notice patterns of events; what constitute happiness and sadness for you. When I was a teenager, there are two happiest moment for me at that time. The first moment is the freedom to make my own actions. The second is to be on the rooftop and imagine many thrilling adventures in my life. As I progressed in my early 20s, there are four happiest moment for me at

  • Descriptive Narration Essay

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    #1 Descriptive Narration Living with my grandparents was one of the most beautiful times of my life. They were my parents for the first four years of my life while my parents migrated to the U.S. to give me a better future. Grandma would feed me and clothes me, my grandpa would take me to school and helped me feed my chickens and bunnies when I got home. The most memorable moment was when I was riding my tricycle and I fell and scraped my knee horribly and my grandpa panicked a little too much.

  • Dialectical Journal Of Ernest Hemingway

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    Stream of consciousness During the early morning of February 25, 2012 I dreamed about Ernest Hemingway. Perhaps it was the blue moon outside my window that brought him to live, but there he was in a room enclosed by yellow walls. He was sitting naked on his father’s old chair with his legs rested against the windowsill. The room was chilly, and the summer wind was playing with the curtains. His desk was in a mess with papers and old cups and ashtray full of cigarette butts. He had lost weight

  • Review Of Ansel Adams 'Painting From His Lens To My Soul'

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    Lens to My Soul Never before had I thought of a photograph as art until I was introduced to a photograph taken by Ansel Adams. I found myself standing in front the framed piece for quite some time enjoying every aspect of the picture. It was his famous photo of Bridalveil Fall at Yosemite National Park. I knew at that moment that I was going to take it home. When I got home I did some research on the internet and found that overall most of his work was done in black and white, and that most of his

  • Loneliness In The Great Gatsby

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    disapprove. Sometimes, in my mind, I followed them to their apartments on the corners of hidden streets, and they turned and smiled back tat me before they faded through a door into warm darkness. At the enchanted metropolitan twilight I felt a haunting loneliness sometimes, and felt it in other-poor young clerks who loitered in front of windows waiting until it was time for a solitary restaurant dinner-young clerks in the dusk, wasting the most poignant moments of night and life.”

  • Book Review: An Analysis Of Pluto's Dream Team

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    school senior, lives on planet Ballopia, is what the girls call drop dead handsome, radiant honey color skin, ripped body, captivating eyes, and a convivial smile of perfect pearly whites, that snares you into his magical presence. He lives the life of a trust fund baby with his uncle “B Ball”, in the city of Easy Basket, on Sky Hook Drive, the envy of his classmates. When asked what she thought about Pluto, Proserpina said, “Everyone gravitate to him, he has the latest of high end luxuries, including

  • Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

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    defining what self-actualization actually is. Maslow stated that self-actualizing people focus on a task that they regard as their mission in life, and can see life clearly. He said that these people are less emotional and less likely to allow things such as hopes and fear to alter their observations (“Transpersonal Pioneers”). Maslow also noted that most of the people he studied seemed to been motivated by a personal or spiritual peak experience (Myer 565). In his 1971 book, entitled ‘The farther

  • Cookie-Personal Narrative

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    insanely frustrated I get, she just can’t hear me, she won’t let herself. She just glazes over, as if she is staring into space. There are times I feel a flicker of hope as she looks like she used to, when she could still see me, full with love in her beautiful heart, and that electric spark back behind her enticing eyes. But that look I so longed for was still not for me. It was for him. Even now after all this time, to see him brush away her hair with his careful hands… to see her gaze into his dark eyes

  • Personal Narrative: Chief Justice Burger Office

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    the same time moving around the delivery suite, swiftly. My newborn daughter had just entered the world totally unaware of the extra importance of those last few minutes. A wonderful healthy cry, as Chief Justice Burger administered the Oath of Office. The medical team was so intent on taking care of this tiny baby and giving her every little thing she needed. Suddenly, just like on the television today, a ‘special report,’ had cut in and my room instantly seemed like a theater. A broadcaster hastily

  • Henri Bresson- a Critical Essay

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    a more holistic way of seeing things, or life. More integral than the most of us.With 21 he left Paris and started to travel around the world. He was looking for adventure not for photography. if you wait and want something to happen… you will never get anything… just be perceptive and things will happen.Perhaps this is the most important message he is giving. It`s almost like one of these Zen sayings.. spiritual. Or let`s take this picture. One of my favorite pictures from Bresson. He talks a

  • Cultural Event Analysis

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    located in Atlanta, Georgia at the High Museum of Art. I attended the event on Saturday, March 9, 2013 with Atoya Upshaw. The event was paintings from Diego Rivera and Frieda Kahlo. In this paper, I will discuss Diego River and Frida Kahlo, their life, how they met, and the two paintings I would save if there were a fire that each artist painted with passion and details from their paintings. Diego Rivera attended art school and had a passion for painting with vibrant colors and details. Frida