Patience Essay

When we think of patience, we often think of it as a passive quality – the ability to endure hardship or setbacks without becoming angry or agitated. But patience is actually a very active virtue; it is the choice to maintain our composure and refrain from reacting in a way that will only make the … Read more

Future Career Essay

Decision making is a fundamental part of our everyday lives. We are constantly making decisions, whether we realize it or not. From the simplest things like what to wear or what to eat, to more complex decisions like where to live or what career to pursue, our choices shape our lives. Cognition is another important … Read more

Road Not Taken Annotation

Poetry has graced the world of literature for centuries. Writers have entertained their thoughts on paper with their use of language, symbols, and imagery. For as long as there have been poets writing poetry, there has been people trying to interpret their meaning. Often, these interpretations are based on what the reader wants to see … Read more

Personal Narrative: Hi, I Am

Hi, I’m Guthrie. In the early years of my life, I was stubborn and often didn’t listen to authority. Before I came to Fairhaven I went to Mt Rainier Elementary and got into trouble in class for a range of things like leaving my seat and not doing my worksheets, so I repeatedly got sent … Read more

Military Decision Making Process Essay

The military decision-making process (MDMP) is an iterative planning methodology that integrates the activities of the commander, staff, subordinate headquarters, and other partners to understand the situation and mission, develop and compare courses of action (COA), decide on a COA that best accomplishes the mission, and produce an operation plan or order for execution. (MDMP … Read more

Making the Atomic Bomb Decision

The atomic bomb killed many innocent people, but it was necessary to end World War II? After World War II began in 1939, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt announced the neutrality of the United States. Many people in the United States thought that their country should stay out of the war. The people wanted the Allied … Read more

Making Fun Of Optimism, Religion And Greed

Voltaire who was a French writer, philosopher and one of the leaders of the Enlightenment is known as one of the greatest satirist ever. Voltaire wrote about important genres: tragedy, history, philosophy and fiction just as his English contemporary Samuel Johnson. American heritage dictionary defines satire as, “An artistic work in which human vice or … Read more