Month: June 2018

bible reading

Indeed, this is our boast, the testimony of our conscience: we have behaved in the world with frankness and godly sincerity, not by earthly wisdom but by the grace of God—and all the more towards you. For we write to you nothing

BNW final response

“Man can be scientifically manipulated”. In Brave New World humans are mass produced in factories. This process is called Bokanovsky process. It is described in the book as, where the embryo is cloned and split into 96 identical copies. The

Prospectors trail

Norman. Norman takes risk by being a prospector, he is clumsy, he has insomnia, and is married to Jennifer. Jennifer pushes him around. Their relationship is is not good and is going downhill because Jenifer is too controlling of Norman. The tent Jennifer and Norman sleep

Realitionships

Further Arrivals by Margaret Atwood is mainly about a immigrants coming to Canada and what they face while trying to enter Canada, they face assimilation, change, and difficulties within themselves. The poem talks about them leaving their old home and

Macbeth: Fear

The definition of fear is having an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. There are many types of fear and and can rage from small to extreme.

Conscience

Having conscience means that you have the knowledge to make the right choices, to be able to know right from wrong. It is said that conscience is feeling remorse when somebody does something that goes against there moral values. Now

Conscience

Conscience is what tells us what is morally right and wrong. Tells us how everyone should be treated equally. Conscience is a map that comes out every time we stray off path and allows us to never be lost. It

Where hope grows

Having special needs is defined as needing particular educational requirements resulting from learning difficulties, physical disability, or emotional and behavioural difficulties. There are people with special needs all over this world, in the towns we live in, schools we go

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