"The Spirit of Hope" A Family's Triumph
Over A Storm Of Evil!
This is a true story of a family whose lives were turned upside down with uncertainty as the
struggled to survive each passing day during a dark, despairing time of utter chaos. It is a
heroic account of hope and a...
Truth alone Triumphs
Here is a famous Sanskrit saying to which I'd like to add my perspective.
Sanskrit Verse: "Satyam eva Jayate"
Meaning: Truth alone Triumphs
The phrase 'Truth' in this context refers to righteousness, integrity, and morality. No matter what, Dharma will finally be achieved...
Remember the Titans
The director, Boaz Yakin establishes triumph over adversity by effectively utilising a range of characters in the film Remember the Titans. Through the use of Coach Boone as he deals with racism within the team, let alone the community, Yakin displays a valuable example of overcoming...
In classical as well as modern literature, the battle of good versus evil is a recurring theme. It was once said, “In literature evil often triumphs but never conquers.” This statement is correct. Despite the winning streak dark forces often hold over the plot of the story, their success is only...
All Religion is TruthWhat is insanity of the religion? According to Ramakrishna, no One religion is truth, however, all the integral transmissions of sacred wisdom and contemplative practice that survive the test of time are true. (43) That means, the complete devotion to the source of knowledge and...
All struggles can be overcome by facing them in a new perspective and having an understanding of love, values, and personal triumph.
The Horse Whisperer was directed by Robert Redford. It was based on the novel by Nicholas Evans. Redford plays a cowboy in Montana who has an uncanny ability to heal;...
In an academic experience, the most fulfilling moment is the acquirement of truths, within the historical, scientific, literary or mathematical context which brings us closer to the Truth- the existential facts, the ultimate reality, the answer to why we are here. In the search of knowledge there is...
Offred says of her fellow Handmaid, Oglen, "the truth is that she is my spy, as I am hers." Despite Gilead's attempts to frighten and dehumanise its people, however, Offred is able to maintain a sense of hope. Through Ofglen, she discovers that she is not alone, that there is a resistance movement, We have...
The truth provides different functions to different people. Truth to some people is simply boring so they choose to alter it as much as possible. This is also known as lying. Others try to run away from it, they simply cannot deal with reality. Some even go to the extreme by living their while life...
To what extent is truth different in mathematics, the arts and ethics?
Truth – in its ambiguity – is a concept that many philosophers, over thousands of years, sought deeply to define. We struggle to find truth solely because it holds no generalization of its concept and is defined according...
Miss Emily's "victory" made possible?
Through her insanity, she triumphs over reality. She becomes so far removed from reality that she is no longer responsive to its conditions. It is her madness that makes it possible for her to triumph over her circumstances. Had she remained sane, she would have been...
unruly leader and a non-believer. One day, Saul was struck blind by a light that came from heaven, and he was approached by Jesus. This occurrence alone provoked faith in Saul. Eventually, Saul became a believer of Christ and preached the Lord's word to others (Act 9:3-27). While no further details are...
cryptic passages, both Coleridge and Goethe stress that an allegory presents a pair of subjects (an image and a concept) and a symbol only one (the image alone); that the allegory is relatively specific in its reference, while the symbol remains indefinite, but richly-even infinitely- suggestive in its significance;...
Failure and Triumph in Rock ‘n’ Roll
The role of failure and triumph in the life of a human being is to demonstrate what he or she has done right and what he or she has done wrong. However, there is a fine line between the two, and something that originally may have been viewed as right could have...
safe, as safe as the art could build her. That, despite various errors, the accident was mostly enormous bad luck. Nothing could be further from the truth. It was amazing good luck that there had been no similar accidents years earlier. For over 50 years, safety standards had been steadily deteriorating...
she was not an Israelite at all, but a Moabite woman, a foreigner, an outsider, from a country that was one of Israel's traditional enemies.
Left alone when her husband died, she had one great asset: a shrewd old Jewish mother-in-law who loved her, and whom she loved.
They stuck together through thick...
loss.” We need to rescue from loss the time that remains in our life. We can only redeem today and plan to redeem tomorrow, for yesterday is gone! We alone are responsible for using what God has given to each of us—time—to prepare for our spiritual vocation.
Consider the following causes of time misuse:
they are, as enumerated by E.M. Standing in his book Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work: love of order, love of work, love of silence and working alone, spontaneous concentration, obedience, independence and initiative, spontaneous self-discipline, attachment to reality, and joy.
As you can see, within...
You Can’t Handle the Truth
“Missing jacket found (at home)”, “Gwyneth Paltrow thinks negative words and sounds can hurt water’s feelings”, “New footpath gate ‘too noisy.’” These are all examples of recent headlines. This is news, today. One can look through all of the news channels there are and won't...
matter if these stories are told on different continents. Ultimately, I want to point to humanity having a common story – a story anchored in the truth as told by the Old Testament stories.
I want to see how the Biblical stories are reflected in the myths of other religions. As a Christian, I believe...
renowned for its cookie-cutter illustration of the epic hero. The protagonist, King Odysseus, plays out a story filled with adventure, peril, and triumph, keeping unfailingly to the epic hero cycle for a majority of the story. Of course, Odysseus meets the obligatory basic criteria of being the hero...
so that they can grow to their full potential.
-- Petra Karin Kelly (1947-1992)
But peace does not rest in the charters and covenants alone. It lies in the hearts and minds of all people. So let us not rest all our hopes on parchment and on paper, let us strive to build peace, a desire for...
‘Triumph of the will’ is a film of the 1934 Nazi Rally at Nuremburg. It was directed by Leni Riefenstahl and funded by the Nazi party. The question of whether Triumph of the Will was created for the purpose of Nazi propaganda or simply as a documentary has provoked historical debate. There is no doubt...
effect cause him to run away from his regiment, at the first sign of a fight, like a coward. Crane point outs that Henry’s incentive for wanting to triumph in the battle are not dignified and that he only desires a reputation that will immortalize him as a war “hero”. Henry visualizes a romanticized image...
What is the Truth in Holocaust Denialism?
Historical Investigation Project
This essay will fundamentally be an investigation of the movement known as Holocaust denialism. This investigation will be conducted in light of the growing numbers and supporters of Holocaust deniers...
To what extent is truth different in mathematics, the arts and ethics?
We have always had problems with clearly defining what truth is. It resulted into relativism, which says that there is no absolute truth. However, it can be easily shown that this theory is wrong, because in contradicts itself. Does...
idealistic pictures of pride and glory that are no found in war. Sassoon brings the reader back down to earth with the ingloriousness and humility of the truth that soldiers aren’t all selfless and patriotic. He uses powerful imagery to describe ‘Jack’s’ cowardice, using words like “cold-footed, useless swine”...
Should we always tell the truth?
Telling the truth seems to be a rule that we have to follow in any circumstances. We learn not to lie during our childhood, and we try to follow that moral obligation during all our life. However, it is sometimes better not to tell the truth. In certain circumstances...
ailment, words of encouragement and hope, strengthening his willpower and thereby increasing his chances of survival would better serve the spirit of truth than literally and heartlessly repeating the medical verdict. Such truthfulness is worse than an outright lie. Similarly, if there is estrangement between...
To know the truth of history is to realise its ultimate myth and its inevitable ambiguity.
The relationship between both History and memory allows us to realise its ultimate myth and its inevitable ambiguity. History alone is not always accurate when determining the truth. There will always be contrasting...
When (if ever) should we trust our senses to give us truth? If there is an answer to this question the logical process would be to analyse the critical parts and define key area’s within the argument; and then begin the process to create a logically structured argument that can act as our response or...
deserves recognition in modern literature and life for its timely Biblical references and its admirable main character.
Through trials and triumphs, Beowulf keeps his faith. He is the victor three times in this poem. He won against Grendel, against Grendel’s mother, and against the dragon. After...
pursuit of his true love Daisy Buchanan. At the beginning of the story, narrator Nick Carraway sees his neighbor Gatsby for the first time. Gatsby stood alone on his lawn and inexplicably “stretched out his arms toward the dark water” (Fitzgerald 21). Nick scanned the water to find what Gatsby was looking...
other. I have chosen moments involving many characters from the text which discuss the three issues of trusting too much, failing to trust and the triumph of jealousy and how they interlink to become the heart of the tragedy, Othello.
Willingly trusting everyone is a characteristic of Othello which...
ACTS 4:12: SALVATION THROUGH JESUS CHRIST ALONE
A research paper submitted to Dr. Gary
In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements For
Liberty University Online
Terri Denise Ayers
March 5th, 2014
Table of Contents
writing the story of your life, don’t let anyone else hold the pen.
Only God can turn a mess into a message, a test into a testimony, a trial into a triumph, and a victim into a victory.
I think we like to complicate things when it is really quite simple; find what it is that makes you happy and who...
The Truth Will Set You Free
The subject of God has been controversial for years—especially in today’s time. Having faith in The Lord can give you many great feelings though; feelings of relief or a feeling like weight has been lifted off your shoulders. While not having this faith in Him can give...
and The Left Hand of Darkness help to define humanity and truth. Humanity is the condition, quality or fact of being human collectively. The definition of truth is things as they are, things as they have been, and things as they are to come. Truth can not change because it does not reflect a personal perspective...
our way? Or is it God who intervenes, keeping us safe?
For all his bluster, it is the sad province of Man that he cannot choose his triumph. He can
only choose how he will stand when the call of destiny comes. Hoping that he'll have the
courage to answer.
This force, evolution, is...
The Blurred Truth of Life
Have you ever thought about how you would die? I'm sure you hoped it was a quick, painless death. For a man in his seventies it was a slow, time-consuming death. He contracted a life destroying disease, ALS. However, for this old timer...
In her essay, Triumph of the Yell, written in 1994, Deborah Tannen details the truths about public discourse in a well organized and factual manner. She makes a forceful claim that public discourse has degenerated into verbal fist-fights which are not effective in problem solving. She exemplifies her...
Truth is the only weapon which can make a person win a battle. It is a pen that can write anything without anyone's terror; it is a game in which who follows its one golden rule can never lose it; it is a tree that never loses its leaves; it is a river that cannot get filthy and dry in any season. Overall...
of the railroad disaster was received, with Brently Mallard's name leading the list of "killed." He had only taken the time to assure himself of its truth by a second telegram, and had hastened to forestall any less careful, less tender friend in bearing the sad message.
She did not hear the story as...
The narrator turns and runs back to her room, tears filling her eyes and as she runs she sees Mrs Danvers standing in the shadows with a look of triumph on her evil face. Soon afterwards Beatrice comes to the narrators room. She explains that Maxim thought that the narrator had chosen the costume deliberately...
self. It is in essence a battle of rhetoric and the art of language that dictates which perspective will ultimately triumph over another. Whether it is an endeavour to arrive at the truth or an attempt to settle a dispute, one’s perspective is always the product of theatrics and persuasive delivery.
This concept is one of the novel’s most prominent themes. Hester Prynne proves that even if everything goes against that love, the love can still triumph, if only for a moment.
Hester Prynne was forced to wear the shameful scarlet letter since the beginning of the book, indicating the gravity of the...
galloping horse, a 24-spoke wheel, and an elephant. Underneath is a motto: "सत्यमेव जयते".
Motto: "Satyameva Jayate" (Sanskrit)
"Truth Alone Triumphs"
Anthem: Jana Gana Mana
"Thou Art the Ruler of the Minds of All People"
"I Bow to Thee...
Sojourner Truth and Women Suffrage
“Who was Sojourner Truth?”
Isabella Baumfree also considered Van Wagenen was born in 1797 and died in 1883. She was the first black to speak out to people about slavery and abolitionists. She was said to have a deep manly voice but had a quick wit and inspiring...
Prescribed Harm: The Truth about Prescription Drugs
What claims to help you while quietly killing you from the inside? Chances are you can find it in almost every household in America. This quiet assassin is the prescription medication running through the veins of Americans. A shocking 7 out of every...
assassination in 1968, Bobby Kennedy voiced public support for the findings of the Warren Commission, namely that a pathetic, attention-seeking gunman had alone been responsible for the murder of President Kennedy. Privately, though, Bobby was dismissive of the commission, seeing it, in the words of his former...
loved, by putting into motion a dark entity that would consume all who it touched. Though it is Maria’s love that prevails, once Sonja discovers the truth about her mother’s death she finds closure, her love once again flows freely. This can be seen by Sonja naming her baby after her mother. “Maria she...
The Incompatibility of Happiness and Truth - Dystopia
Brave New World is full of characters who do everything they can to avoid facing the truth about their own situations. The almost universal use of the drug soma is probably the most pervasive example of such willful self-delusion. Soma clouds the...
History vs. Proletariats: “The Diamond Necklace”
New Historicists believe that one can’t learn about a particular age from a textbook alone. The lower class is rarely mentioned in them. So how can we learn about what lives were like in a particular period? We can read a story from that time and look...
A Characterization of the Narrator in My Triumph Lasted Till the Drums
The speaker in Emily Dickenson’s “My Triumph Lasted Till the Drums” is very torn between rejoicing in the victory in the battlefield, and the regret they feel for the battles losers. The narrator feels pride...
Are there ethical truths which hold for all people at all times and places?
The concept of an absolute value, such as the archetype of Beauty or Truth, is one that has been pondered by philosophers for ages. Aristotle and Plato pondered this question, trying to define what common beliefs and values...
version because of how the media presents them, but the truth of the matter is that no-one not
even these guys ever “
make it alone (Gladwell 115).”
Gladwell dispels the myths that
intelligence alone without any support/resources, can make us become “
not hearken, For Substance has enticed him into the dungeon Of selfishness, where avarice dwells. I seek him in the field of Contentment, But I am alone, For my rival has imprisoned him, I the cave of gluttony and greed, And locked him there
“A Tear and A Smile” By Khalil Gibran
Throughout their existence on this planet, humans have never ceased to seek the truth about the world around them. From as early as creation myths in 4000BC, to last year’s discovery of the Higgs boson sub-atomic particle, humans have sought to explain their surroundings, big and small, primarily through...
Ministry of Truth bureaucrat Winston Smith is the protagonist. The intellectual Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party who lives in the ruins of London and grew up in the post-World War II United Kingdom during the revolution and the civil war. As his parents disappeared in the civil war, the English...
Laurel as a present, Stella goes into labor. She and Stanley depart for the hospital, leaving Blanche alone in the house. Mitch arrives, drunk, and breaks off his relationship with Blanche. Blanche, alone in the apartment once more, drowns herself in alcohol and dreams of an impossible rescue. Stanley returns...