Free Essays on The Notebook Unconditional Love

  1. Book Review

    Book Review „The Notebook“ by Nicholas Sparks An old man reads to a woman, who has Alzheimer’s disease, a story in a retirement home: Noah returns from World War 2 to his town in North Carolina. He sees his old girlfriend, Allie, again after a 14-year separation. It brings back many memories and...

  2. The Notebook

    THE NOTEBOOK By Nicholas Sparks The love story between two different teenagers that come from completely different worlds is the most remarkable. The Notebook is about two young teenagers who fell head over heels with each other. They got separated...

  3. Reaction Paper: the Notebook

    In the movie “The Notebook”, the meaning of unconditional love was emphasized through what happened in the characters’ experiences. It can be observed through the flashbacks that since the main characters were too young at the time they both met each other, they had the tendency to feel intense...

  4. The Notebook

    her love for Noah still alive, stops by Noah's 200-year-old home that he restored for her, "to see if he's okay". It is evident that they still have feelings for each other, and Allie has to choose between her fiancé and her first love. In the movie “The Notebook”, the meaning of unconditional love...

  5. Nicholas Sparks

    Nicholas Sparks It’s been almost a decade now that Nicholas Sparks has been writing love stories. He writes love stories and each tale of finding love differs, but each tale is a structure that is worth noting Nicholas Sparks is a truly inspiring writer. His mom was the first to suggest he write a...

  6. Documaen

    “It’s been a while,” I add while we free each other. “How are you?” “Still the same, slim and sexy,” She says, pulling down the lower hem of her “I LOVE BACOLOD” shirt—to emphasize her fat belly. “How bout you?” “Soren just got fetched and I was heading home.” “The usual Soren.” She rolls her eyes...

  7. English 102A Reactipn Paper

    parents. I am an only child. I was sent to a kindergarten at the age of three as both my parents were working. I entered grade school when I was 6. I love going to school and I have always taken my studies very seriously. I have got big dreams, when it comes to studies. Since I was 6 years old, I really...

  8. Love - Short Essay

    Love is sacrifice. A mother is a person who gives life and brings one life into this world, gives unconditional love for her children without any limitations and is willing to give up her life in order to say her child. I know one who did that. Sally, a housewife had a perfect husband and lived in...

  9. Supreme Happiness

    you are wrong because they care. They’ll be always by your side. They’ll be always there for you no matter what and nobody else would love you more than they do love you. Victor Hugo, the author of Les Miserables once stated, “The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved.” Hence...

  10. The Wolf and Seven Little Goats

    of very good moral values such as teamwork, love of mother and the law of karma. My visual aid represents these morals in an abstract way. On the first picture of the visual aid, the goat represents the natural of every mother which always protects and loves their children as much or more than herself...

  11. Female Viagra

    scientists testing any non-Western approaches? That’s funny — in the course of writing my book, I took some of those detours. I observed (chastely, notebook in hand) programs of erotic self-improvement that cannot be described in The New York Times. And of course I’ve read about Wolf’s “goddess array.”...

  12. unconditional love, fact or fiction

    Cheyenne Piggie English 101 M. Davis 10/17/2013 Unconditional Love, Fact or Fiction? According to most people unconditional love is defined as affection with no limitation or boundaries. Every day examples of so-called unconditional love in movies, music videos, and books are displayed. It is...

  13. Maslow Case Study

    security and safety there. He also has a house that provides structure and a safe environment. His belongingness and love need was met because he has two children and a wife that he can love and be loved back. He also has a house and job that provide a sense of belongingness. Lastly his esteem needs were...

  14. love symbol

    Background of the Study Most people say love is a gift something beautiful from God. Love is a symbol about the feeling each individual. Deal with their couple, deal with their family, their children, and their friend. In the most stories, a man who falls in love with a woman will sacrifice everything...

  15. Reading Report: Heidi

    heartwarming novel about a lovely little girl who lives with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps. It was written as a book “for children and those who love children” as quoted from its subtitle in 1880 by the author Johanna Spyri. Heidi is an orphan who was first raised by her aunt Dete in Maienfeld, Switzerland...

  16. The Notebook

    Miguel Aragon Karen Thompson Enc1101/Words 783 5 Feb. 2013 An Amazing Love Story The Notebook a movie that never gets old. An amazing love story of a young couple that did the impossible for their love. The Notebook is a film based on a bestseller book by Nicholas Sparks. It is an extremely great...

  17. Counselling at KISS

    be compatible for creating enabling environment for them, she stressed on the elementary or essential elements counseling process such empathy, unconditional positive regards, self disclosure etc. During her session the participants actively engaged themselves to grab most of whatever Dr.Nayar delivered...

  18. Paper #1

    on Jefferson’s manhood causes detrimental effects not only for Jefferson but also to his loved ones, such as his godmother, Miss Emma. Out of unconditional love, Miss Emma orchestrates visits with Professor Grant Wiggins, in the hopes of teaching her boy, Jefferson, that he is a man and to eventually...

  19. Teenage Love: Real or Lust?

    TEENAGE LOVE: REAL OR LUST? Submitted to: Ms. Christy Loida Legad As a Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for English 10 Submitted By: Romel Bonn Ariston Bea Krysrtel Angelie Rojo March 2012 Table of Contents ...

  20. Title of the Book: Message in a Bottle

    optometrist's assistant. He has 17 published novels, with themes that include Christian faith, love, tragedy and fate. Six have been adapted to film, including Message in a Bottle, A Walk to Remember, The Notebook, Nights in Rodanthe, Dear John and The Last Song, which most of us are truly familiar with...

  21. Case Analysis 1 – Apple Computer:

    intimate interaction between the operating system and the hardware that allows us to do that. There is no intimate interaction between Windows and a Dell notebook. "Our DNA is as a consumer company -- for that individual customer who's voting thumbs up or thumbs down. That's who we think about. And we think...

  22. Notebook - Essay 2

    clearly state the setting and plot in the first chapter; it almost leaves the mood open to how the reader interprets it. In the romance story The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks, the plot then shifts from a nursing home to a small town -- New Bern, North Carolina. It baffles the reader so much that it urges...

  23. Work With Hope

    memorable character set. They are two friends who love each other and would do anything in the world for one other. I think Coleridge kind of touched on that in his poem. Not the feeling of unconditional love specifically, just the feeling of an unconditional emotion no matter what it might be. ...

  24. The Notebook 8

    English 111 7 December 2008 Love Conquers Love Stories have been made into great and not so great movies since the beginning of time. The pattern is usually the same in each movie, but for some reason people are drawn to them. The Notebook is another love story, but the dual plot, and the...

  25. house hold leaders training manual 2012

    importance of family in the lives of the young. It is in the family that a person realizes the significance of learning about relationships, experiencing love, and growing as an individual. It is in this spirit that YFC and the CFC community sought to create a small group unit to help guide the lives of...

  26. Example Annual Letter

    repeatedly informed me, eventually be able to return home. Raymond was completely cognizant of his condition and more pragmatic and asked me to bring a notebook to write down what he wanted done. This I did everyday completely swathed in hospital gown, turban and mask. In the following 53 days, he rattled...

  27. Metamorphosis

    The Importance of Unconditional Love in a Family Unit Isolation and dehumanization are two of the most embedded fears experienced by humans. As members of a society, it is essential for humans to identify themselves as a part of a social group, especially as part of a family unit. Within a family...

  28. Hosting Foreign Exchange Students

    grateful that I had "chose" her as a student to stay in my home and that she was very blessed to have someone who cared so much. I gave her back the notebook after making one small correction and with a quiver in my voice, stated "thank you, thank you for giving me the reason that I have been looking for...

  29. Being an Authentic Leader

    Each Individual Class You Have (When people are commenting and talking in class take notes on who people are and what they do in your net-working notebook) 4. Reconnect with old friends, and keep them up…. Spencer, Tim, Scott Simons….make a list, set a reminder in your calendar, send out a quick email...

  30. Childhood Observation

    who live a normal traditional lifestyle, can sometimes take for granted the significance of love and compassion. Other children who have not been as fortunate and lack the warmth and comfort of a parent’s love take nothing for granted and appreciates even the small minor details in life. For my childhood...