Doc The cool autumn air whipped through my hair, leaving behind the crisp smell of fall. I was in Branson, Missouri with my family. We were on vacation in “the wild wild west,” as my mom called it. At the time I was five years old and didn't really care for any of it but as soon as I saw him, it was love at first sight. There, standing just ten feet in front of me was Buckshot; a gorgeous paint with big, brown, eyes that shimmered in the setting sun. I slowly walked up to him and stroked his big soft nose; I couldn't stop smiling. I looked at my mom and said, “Mommy, one day I will own a Buckshot, and I will ride him every day, and love him forever and ever.” To this day I still have intentions of keeping that promise. I don't own a horse now, but last year I had one that I always rode and took care of; his name was Doc. About a year ago Doc was diagnosed with a deadly eye disease. At first, he vet was optimistic about his condition, but then in January things got progressively worse. In March we had to put him down, I was devastated. That entire week at school was torture, it was agonizing to focus on school work because all I could think about was him. When I told my best human friend about Doc, I couldn't stop myself from crying. It was too hard to hide all the emotions; but lucky for me, she helped me get through that hard time. Losing a pet is one of the hardest things for a person to go through. I created such a special bond with him and when he was gone, it felt like a part of me had been ripped out. I still miss him everyday. Doc was the first horse I cantered on and I will never forget that moment, I felt invincible. His strides were so smooth and graceful; I could have been up in the saddle forever. I cannot think of a happier moment in my life then cantering through an open field on a beautiful spring day. Feeling the wind whip through my hair, smelling the aroma of sweet grass, and riding with my best friend – Doc – is the best feeling in the world. I honestly don't know what I would do without horses. They sparked a passion inside of me that makes me…
January 25, 2015
Historical Image Journal Topic One:
Moses and the Ten Commandments
The Image of Moses and the Ten Commandments is an image that most of us are familiar with even if we don’t know the story behind Gods laws. These stone tablets were believed to be written by God and given to Moses around 1450 BCE. The Ten Commandments can be found in several books of the Bible but this particular time is from the book of Exodus chapter 20 verse 1-17. The story begins when…
One day he meets Julia, she is the
poster child for a modern day youth accept when she is sleeping around to get back at the Inner
Party in her own personal way. Her and Winston form a forbidden romantic relationship but just
when they realize they are against the Party in different ways (Winston on an idealogical level
and Julia in a personal revenge way) they meet O’Brien, who seems to be apart of the mysterious
Brotherhood, the rebels who are against Big Brother and follow the equally mysterious…
Personal Development Journal – Module Completion (M1 Writing for Business)
To be completed at the end of the module...
What were your experiences of this module/assessment?
(What did you enjoy/learn/find challenging?)
What further action do I need to take and/or further learning that I need?
When am I going to take action?
How will this contribute to my overall goal?
How will I measure this?
(e.g. Gather feedback, reflect on changes, monitor results etc)
I learnt how to write in report style format…
for worshipping false gods and not responding wholeheartedly to his love. Stay faithful to the covenant.
14-What does Deuteronomy 30:19 exhort us to do?
To choose life in all that we do.
15-Journal #7 – Describe 3 ways in which Deuteronomy 30:19 is carried out?
(3 to 5 sentences – journal entries will be graded separately)
16-What does the book of Deuteronomy remind us about how we are to go about
our earthly journey? (hint: Jesus did this)
It teaches us that we like Jesus…
Listening Journal Week 1
CD 1: Thomas Tallis - Lamentations of Jeremiah
Performers: The Hilliard Ensemble
The Lamentation was composed in 1565 and was composed not for the Catholics but for the use of recreational singing. Tallis written a piece where it's a darker tone and no brightness within the music making his music a sixteenth-century art that not a lot of composer's have written. In the Renaissance era the Gregorian Chant…
Journal Abstract- Benefits and Barriers to Elementary Studen-Led IEPs
Danneker, J., & Bottge, B. (2009). Benefits of and Barriers to Elementary Student-Led Individualized Education Programs. Remedial and Special Education, 30(4), 225-233. http://dx.doi.org.ezp.lndlibrary.org/10.1177/0741932508315650
Educators have debated the issue of having elementary school students participate in their own IEP Meetings. Because “elementary students with disabilities are frequently taught in highly structured…
of the Islamic faith, I asked myself the question “If one is in a permanent vegetative state, is it
Haram (impermissible) to remove treatment? And if those people are assisted with their
death, what is Islam’s view on ‘mercy killing’?” In this journal entry I share with you my
personal response and opinion, based on my knowledge of the islamic teachings in the Quran
and sharia’ (islamic law).
To my understanding, the consensus is that where there is life in the human form, we have to
assume that the rooh…
experience cannot rely on innovation rather than service. It is the most important thing that improving the services into a higher level makes it delicate, private, and considerate.
Pine, B. J., & Gilmore, J. H. (1998). Welcome to the experience economy. Journal of Harvard Business Review, 76(4), 97-105.
Souvenirs: Messengers of meaning
This literature states that how traveling experiences relate to souvenirs, naive traveler and experienced travels have different purpose and attitude…
Before the main discussion of the reflective journal, the author would firstly like to identify that how the “organisational wellness” subject affected her. In the beginning, the author chose this subject due to the reqirement that she must choose six units of third-year level to complete her degreee. And she didn’t have any knowledge about this subject before she decided to choose it. When she attended the first lecture of “organisational wellness” , she only has abstract and vague concept of the…
Journal Article Analysis
University of Phoenix
A Week 3 assignment in the class, PHL/717 Constructing Meaning, required a philosophical analysis of an article in the Journal of Psychology. The article investigated how the connection between knowledge and learning influenced individuals to think about controversial everyday issues. The analysis included identifying philosophical assumptions, explaining practical significance and applicability, and relating assumptions and…