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What does bravery mean to you and why? Why does society value bravery? There are so many definitions of bravery from different people. The typical bravery definition is the quality of having to face danger but courage does not only mean being physically brave or just giving up some one’s life. Sometimes it means that despite all the fears that exist within every person, they can still overcome those fears and make them sounds in side to go with courage...
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Most people don’t know what it means to have real courage until they are faced with a situation that requires them to be courageous. For me, it wasn’t until eighth grade that I found out how courageous I could be. My family had just moved from a small town in Arizona to its biggest city, Phoenix, and it was my first time attending a new school. Before moving, I had lived in the same house my whole life, and many...
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Some people know how it feels like to be brave and others don't. Bravery speaks out in different ways, whether it is through speaking up or easily just doing something you never wanted to do. For me, I did something that I never thought I would do in my life and probably would never do again. My cousins came to visit from Chicago and they wanted to go to the Queen Mary with my sisters and I. My sisters were...
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Many people don't realize that you need bravery until you're actually faced with a situation that you need to be brave in. I use bravery to confront my fears in many situations like getting through a day in school, having to confront my anxiety. Using bravery will help you succeed in life. It will help you grow and realize that by confronting your fears you can do way more when you put your head into it. I had to be...
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The twentieth century brought an era that changed the lives of every African American across the United States. The civil rights movement, a movement to see the cruelty that every African American faced on a daily basis, was one of the greatest events that took a step into somewhere we would’ve never expected during the 1950s. Many activists made themselves known during the movement, activist like Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Rosa Park, just to name a few, were...
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Non-conformism represents a complicated concept that refers to an individual's refusal to accept the established beliefs, views, opinions, customs, or values. One of well-known non-conformists is Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882), an American philosopher and writer. He is characterized as a transcendentalist because of his views on society and individuals. He believes that all people are good in their nature, but the society they live in is highly corrupted. His focus on non-conformism allows him to promote the concept of self-reliance...
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In my speech I intend to pay tribute to my son. After showing courage and bravery aboard the Essex, he deserves not only a pat on the back, but he deserves to feel the thanks from the survivors and feel their gratitude towards him. We all know him as the man who saved the crew of the Essex. The first mate who defied his captain to spare his men. These are acts of bravery, and these are what makes my...
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Helmuth Hubener is very brave person who you have probably never heard of before. Helmuth Hubener was only 16 when he was sentenced to death by Hitler. He was a very brave person and someone we can look up to. At the age of 16 he dared to defy the nazi’s and did defy them. Helmuth was born in Hamburg Germany on January 8th of 1925. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He...
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Ned Kelly was born in 1854 in the small town of Beveridge. Sadly, he was hanged in 1880 at the young age of 25. Ned’s difficult childhood led him into the life of a bushranger. There is no doubt that Ned was a hero. Ned showed extreme bravery, generosity and his self-sacrificing actions is what made him a hero. Ned was respected by many after he bravely dived into a river to save a drowning lad, without thinking of his...
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Are you living, or merely just existing? Are you truly happy deep down or are you simply content with your existence? Are you flourishing in life or are you wallowing in monotony? One of the greatest influencers to western philosophy, and considered to be, perhaps the greatest philosophical, political, and ethical thinkers of all time linked all of those ideas of truly living, happiness, and flourishing together into a concept known as eudaimonia. What really is eudaimonia, and how does...
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