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...Heart” is a narrative poem as it presents a complete story to the reader from the point of view of the narrator by way of a poem. 8. dramatic monologue “Batter my heart, three persond God” could be utilized or categorized as a dramatic monologue as the speaker bares their inner soul or character to the audience. 9. didactic poem “This is Just To Say” is somewhat of a didactic poem as it presents a moral lesson of not taking what it not yours as well as the concepts of apologies and forgiveness. 10. tone... and Number Literary Terms verse William Stafford uses a style of short verses in his poem en d “Ask me.” 2. paraphrase Within John Updike’s story entitled “A&P,” the narrator paraphrases when he ...
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Write essay about the importance to Volunteering in my Community to make a batter place
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...my community to make it a batter place It has been almost two years since my dad had had a heart attack. He was on his way to home from the office when it happened. He was at a distance of few paces from the home, but could not reach home on his own because of the severity of pain. A volunteer helped him to the home. I immediately called for an ambulance and in no time, dad was taken to the hospital. It was all happening before my eyes, and the remembrance of that feel haunts me till this day. My father, who was both a parent and a spiritual guide to me, was struggling breath by breath for life. Any moment, anything could happen. Nonetheless, this saddest experience... The importance of volunteering in...
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The importance of volunteering in my community to make it a batter place
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...my community to make it a batter place It has been almost two years since my dad had had a heart attack. He was onhis way to home from the office when it happened. He was at a distance of few paces from the home, but could not reach home on his own because of the severity of pain. A volunteer helped him to the home. I immediately called for an ambulance and in no time, dad was taken to the hospital. It was all happening before my eyes, and the remembrance of that feel haunts me till this day. My father, who was both a parent and a spiritual guide to me, was struggling breath by breath for life. Any moment, anything could happen. Nonetheless, this saddest experience... ?The importance of volunteering in...
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Renew my heart by John Wesley
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...my Heart –Salvation through Faith John Wesley in his work Renew my Heart draws out wisdom from our daily life and explains the notions of grace, faith, salvation and justification. He often mentions “faith that worketh by love” brings about a change of heart and life in terms of both “inward and outward holiness”.1 Faith in God helps a person to live the different stages of life quite smoothly. According to him, the approval of God showered on the human race reflects his grace and favor undeserved by human race. Hence one should be grateful to God since a...
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Renew my heart by John Wesley
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...my Heart –Salvation through Faith John Wesley in his work Renew my Heart draws out wisdom from our daily life and explains the notions of grace, faith, salvation and justification. He often mentions “faith that worketh by love” brings about a change of heart and life in terms of both “inward and outward holiness”.1 Faith in God helps a person to live the different stages of life quite smoothly. According to him, the approval of God showered on the human race reflects his grace and favor undeserved by human race. Hence one should be grateful to God since a...
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Movie Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
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...My Heart at Wounded Knee” is about the American Indians. From the onset of the movie one learns that Grant is bad. He has doubts of his mind since he uses a brandy snifter during the day and smokes a cigar. Grant tells that he is really concerned about the American Indians. For one thing, he emphasizes with Sioux uprising at Little Bighorn. Ideally, no one really is really fixated over anachronisms in the movie. Bury My Heart at Wounded knee is an excellent, seemly unsentimental movie. It encompasses just a piece of the history that the book arrays over. This includes the battle of little Big Horn to the killing of sitting bull. This film directed by Yves... Optional To begin with, the movie “Bury My...
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Abraham: Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths
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...Heart of Three Faiths In the book “Abraham: Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths”, the author Bruce Feiler attempts to provide extensive details regarding Abraham who is considered to be history’s first monotheist. The book consists of five parts that are; Rock of Abraham, God of Abraham, Children of Abraham, People of Abraham, and Children Blood of Abraham. In all these parts, the author attempts to provide the readers with extensive insight regarding Abraham and his significance in the three most dominant religions in the world, i.e. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In the part ‘Children of Abraham’ there are three separate chapters for each of these religions... celebrated episode of the...
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The three intersections of my social standpoint
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...Three Intersections of My Social Standpoint The Three Intersections of My Social Standpoint As theorized by Hill Collins, the matrix of domination relates to the sociological paradigm that seeks to explain the pertinent concerns of oppression, which deal with gender, class and race. I am an Asian girl from a middle-class family. The three significant facet of social standpoint entail gender, class and race. As a young girl growing in a setting dominated by men, I feel oppressed. It is a challenge that I have to live with and acknowledge it. Just like it would be the case of a number of individuals who may...
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My Three Most Recent Classical Escapades
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...My Three Most Recent ical Escapades Eight months ago, I was opportune to have the London Symphony Orchestra in a rare spectacle at Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. The orchestra under Valery Gergiev’s direction had created for the audience a milestone high with raptures of Prokofiev’s fifth and sixth symphonies (LSO Press) becoming that indescribable moment the lifeblood of the violin concerto which the ensemble took to the level of genius. The raving Russian conductor had had his very peculiar way of getting every bow on chord to regulate textures of rhythm with a wide range of crescendo from which to pick an element either of mildness or of...
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Defining my Leadership Direction (Three leadership goals)
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...My perspective as a leader borrows from my short stints of work experience, and has intellect from emerging topics such how to cope... Leadership goals Whoever wants to be a leader in today’s turbulent world must have critical leadership skills and solid understanding of today’s theories in leadership positions. Daft, on leadership theories, informs on how to sharpen personal development skills in order to become an effective leader (Daft & Lane, 2008). As an aspiring leader, I am aware of leadership relates to current world events such as ethical standards, and political turmoil. As a successful leader, I should be open to change and flexible to grow as both an authority figure and as an individual. My...
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Pride in Bury My Heart in Wounded Knee
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...My Heart in Wounded Knee Basically, directors of movies use the characters to underscore important themes and pass on important messages to the audience. Through characters, the audience not only understands the scope, but they also acknowledge the key themes. In essence, characters play an important role of developing the scope and plot of the given play. In Bury My Heart in Wounded Knee, the theme of pride has been propagated by certain characters. Americans are known to be proud of their achievements. Nonetheless, the respective pride in certain instances yields undesirable outcomes. In this movie however, pride is presented as strength. To begin with, the White settlers exhibit... Pride in Bury My...
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God
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...God’s existence in the world has become a continuous argument amongst various religious groups. From the traditional point of view, despite race, cultures or denominations, all humans believe that there was a beginning of the earth. A super natural being is said to be behind the creation since the earth was formless. This super natural being is believed to be in charge of everything although the god varies according to ones belief e.g. Hindus’ god is represented by a cow, Muslims’ is Mohammed; they all converge to one God. Being a belief, it has sent different opinions thus leaving everyone to hold onto their own religions believe... (Plantinga, 2009). Here, premise 2 fails in the sense that...
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Heart
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...Heart and Pacemakers The heart is one of the most important organs in the body, but it is also one of the most complicated. Any disease process that can interrupt the regular output of the heart can also mean the end for the patient. If the heart stops beating or if it beats to fast will spell problems for the patient concerned. Parts of the hearts Atrium Ventricle Mitral Valve Aortic Valve Tricuspid Valve The heart has its own electrical system that enabled it to pump blood into our system to deliver nutrients, oxygen and such that will enable our whole body to function. A...
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Depicting God Through the two literatures presented
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...God may “Batter…heart, three-persond God ; for you” (Donne, 6). Therefore, Holly sonnet 14’s quest is for a reunion with God, which is then contrasted by Holly Sonnet 10, which is a boastful proclamation of the boldness and lack of fear to face death, a contrary presentation of human quest from Holy sonnet 14. In Holly sonnet 10, humans have reached a point of courage, and there is no longer remorse for their sins, nor deep quest for purity and holiness, but more of a confidence for forgiven sins and good relationship with God who created death, through proclaiming “…poor Death, nor yet canst thou kill me” (Donne, 4). At this point, humans have reached a point where... Depicting God Through the...
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Business Plan - Keep My Heart Adult Medical Day Care, Part 2
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...My Heart Adult Medical Day Care: Business Plan (Section 4.0) 4 Market Segmentation There are three major areas of interest when dealing with an unexplored market segment. To begin with, it is important to narrow down to, the type of clientele that will form the core of the target market. Secondly, it is of paramount essence that one clearly understands the underlying dynamics that are unique to the segment. Lastly, economic technocrats believe that no market is isolated from the larger society to the extent that it is exclusively homogeneous. With these in mind, Keep My Heart Adult Medical Day Care is keen to capture the most prominent market segment in line with its fundamental objectives... Keep My...
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My Familys experience with cities over the past three generations
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...My Family's experience with cities over the past three generations. Obviously living in Santiago, Chile and than moving to Miami, Florida shows us aradical difference in terms of understanding a city. I believe it is not only the place and the language but more certainly the culture, the political state, the time My grandmother who was born, raised and had been living for all her life in Santiago certainly doesn't have the same thoughts about this city that my mother or I since we left it for the United States two years ago. We can only be positive on one thing : the three of us have three...
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Business Plan - Keep My Heart Adult Medical Day Care, Part 4
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...My Heart Business Plan (Section 5.0) 5.0. Strategy and Implementation Summary Whenever an organization is set to roll out a new business idea, there are a number of issues that must first be addressed. The most important issue relates to the strategy with which the enterprise will implement its ideals. The second pillar revolves around the competitive edge and a marketing approach that will form the basis of operations (Ranchhod & Gurǎu, 2007). In terms of operational strategy, the proposed Keep My Heart Centre has singled out four specific areas in Southern Prince Georges County. This comprises Temple Hill, Camp Springs and Oxon Hill. It will also infiltrate its operations throughout Fort... Keep My...
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Explication Essay of Empty My Heart, of Thee by Emily Dickinson
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...my Heart, of Thee” Emily Dickinson does not use flowery words in expressing intense love in “Empty my Heart, of Thee.” Instead, she uses connotative words and metaphors to be direct in showing the speaker’s powerful sense of love. It is the kind of love that is other-centred, to the point of forgetting love for the “self.” The poem demonstrates the theme of intense love that is greater than love for the “self.” The speaker is someone who loves another so much more than his/her life. The speaker could be a male, a female, or even a parent. The poem reveals that the character of the speaker is someone who loves so dearly that his/her own life does... not matter anymore without the latter. The...
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Business Plan - Keep My Heart Adult Medical Day Care, Part 3
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...My Heart Business Plan (Section 5.0) 5.0. Strategy and Implementation Summary Whenever an organization is set to roll out a new business idea, there are a number of issues that must first be addressed. The most important issue relates to the strategy with which the enterprise will implement its ideals. The second pillar revolves around the competitive edge and a marketing approach that will form the basis for operations (Ranchhod & Gurǎu, 2007). In terms of operational strategy, the proposed Keep My Heart Centre has singled out four specific areas in Southern Prince Georges County. This comprises Temple Hill, Camp Springs and Oxon Hill. It will also infiltrate its operations throughout Fort...
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If I Were a Boy and My Heart Will Go On
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...My Heart Will Go On” Gender is a critical issue in the current world. Its seriousness is especially portrayed by its immense expression in the entertainment industry that is escalating at an alarming level (Conrad, Dixon & Zhan par 13). Most popular songs in the entertainment industry have reflected on the sensitive gender issue. For instance, gender theme is notable in Beyonce’s pop Song “If I were a boy” and Celine Dion’s rock song “My heart will go along”. These songs have been popular in the music industry and entertainment industry in general. The two named songs have utilized symbolism and irony, as they express the gender theme in the perspective of a woman, either... ?Sur “If I Were a Boy” And...
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Comparison in the Voice Presentation in The River God, My Last Duchess and The Hunchback in the Park
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...three poems is that the plot of the story being told is driven forward by the changing moods that are depicted by the irregularities in lines and stanzas. The musical flow of all the poems is however still guaranteed by the constant rhyming present in all of them (TES 2011). The tone of the poems is in constant flux, changing either from jolly and ordinary to cold and brutal as the poem progresses, as in the first two: River God and My Last Duchess. In the former, the River talks about ordinary... ? Comparison in the voice presentation in: “The River God” (Stevie Smith), “My Last Duchess’ (Robert Browning) and “The Hunchback in the Park” (DylanThomas). Name: Institution: Introduction The River God is a...
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The Top Three Issues Relating to the Doctrine of God that Evangelical Christians Need to Address in the Church and in the Academy
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...God chose to let these bad things happen. I would also like to start a blog about the reasons why suffering and injustice remains and make my own personal study on the topic. This, among the three issues is the closest to my personal life and I can relate with it better because I have experienced and struggled with this issue personally compared with the other issues that for me are more scholarly than personal... ? The Top Three Issues Relating to the Doctrine of God that Evangelical Christians Need to Address in the Church and in the Academy. ’s Name Course Number Instructor’s Name Date of submission The Top Three Issues Relating to the Doctrine of God that Evangelical Christians Need to Address in the ...
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Diary essay with my grandfather, three most important day in his life
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...three generations, the UAE has become one of the mostaffluent nations in the world. Improvements in infrastructure, architecture, education and convenience are everywhere but have not changed traditional customs. Most people in the UAE are immigrant laborers. They are largely segregated from the native population. Natives are of Arab ethnicity. They are devout followers of Islam and share the wealth that oil riches have brought to the country. The journal entries are from my grandfather. Over the course of his lifetime, he has seen the UAE emerge from a backwards nation to a leader in the world oil... Introduction The UAE has undergone rapid modernization over the past 50 years. In the span of...
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An Event in My Life that has One Cause with Three Results
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...my parents and had never imagined having parents who could not communicate effectively or even share a common ground on issues concerning my life. This event affected me psychologically and endured stress for a long time before being able to manage the condition. From this event, three types of stress each with particular consequences can be identified in relation to what happened to me afterwards. To begin with, an acute stress can be drawn from the immediate responses that could be identified in my routine schedule. Acute stress...  In the management of daily operations, people encounter different scenarios that have impact on their lives. Of much concern is the buildup of pressure in the minds of...
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Heart foundation
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...Heart Foundation of Australia is one that is widely known for providing assistance to those who are suffering from heart diseases. The main purpose is to focus on offering preventative measures through heart health, such as promoting exercise and diet that is healthy. This is combined with the ability to offer professional information about heart health that can be used for those that may be suffering from heart diseases (Heart Foundation, 2010). The situation which the Heart Foundation has built is one that offers new opportunities as well as threats with the basic industry. Understanding and analyzing the aspects of this provides the ability to help the corporation to continue... Introduction The...
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Mechanical Heart
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...three months, a forty two percent occurrence of bleeding was noted at six months and a thirty five percent probability of the device failing was noted at approximately two years. Even though this device served to improve the quality of life for some, there were others who also suffered as a result of using it. Sources Cited 1. Jessup M. “Mechanical cardiac-support devices – dreams and devilish details.” http://www.nejm.org. November 15, 2001. April, 20, 2011. 2. Copeland JG, Smith RG, Arabia FA, et al. “Cardiac replacement with a total artificial heart as a bridge to transplantation.”...
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God, Freedom, & human Dignity
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...God. Some feel that God is hostile towards humanity. Some are doubtful about His existence. Some consider God as their arch-enemy. The second chapter mainly throws the light of the characters who are challenging the omnipotent divine power i.e. God. Among them are Prometheus and Satan in Milton’s Paradise Lost. Many of the literary experts have glorified Prometheus as he challenged God fearlessly. Many think that God is a threat to their freedom and dignity. Chapter three argues the two concepts, i.e. deviance and subservience. God is omnipotent. The writer informs the reader about the influence of God on the primitive man... ?God, Freedom & Human Dignity “God, Freedom and Human Dignity: Embracing...
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Heart Sutra
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...Heart Sutra The Heart Sutra is a short but very deeply meaningful sutra that encapsulates the essence or core teachings of Buddhism, hence its name. It is also one of the oldest extant Buddhist texts and has been highly influential with a profound message for understanding reality. In Mahayana Buddhism, it is one of a number of texts on the theme of ‘Perfection of Wisdom’. This sutra emphasises the point that ‘form is emptiness; emptiness is form’, and promotes the practice of meditation for realising this truth. It describes the emptiness (sunyata) of the five aspects of human existence (skandhas), namely (1) body or form (rupa), (2) feeling (vedana), (3) thought or perception (samjna), (4... ?The Heart ...
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Heart failure
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...heart ceases immediately without any kinds of signals (Katz, 2009). There are three main classes of heart failure and this includes the following: 1. Left-Sided Failure; 2. Right-Sided Failure 3. Biventricular Failure. Left-sided heart failure is associated with the pulmonary edema which includes increased bronchovesicular sounds, crackles, coughs, and tachypnea which leads to respiratory disorders as well as discharges from the nose (Robinson & Sprayberry, 2010). This reflects in the left ventricular end-diastolic pressure that leads to elevated pulmonary artery pressure (Holmes, 2002). This usually results from ineffective left ventricular contraction which leads to pulmonary congestion... ...
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The Connection Between Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time and Who Moved My Cheese
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...Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time" and "Who Moved My Cheese" Two books popular amongst aspiring entrepreneurs, Pour Your Heart Into It (Schultz & Yang, 1997) and Who Moved My Cheese (Spencer, 1998) both offer insightful analysis of marketing strategies, although they differ from one another considerably in every other respect. Despite its autobiographical style, Pour Your Heart Into It (1998) is as much a mainstay for entrepreneurs and business people as Who Moved My Cheese (1997). Spencer and Schultz both explore the importance of change and adaptability as they explore the significance of strategies to achieve business... Information] The Connection Between "Pour Your...
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Heart Failure
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...Heart Attack: An Overview Introduction In the modern world, with the innovation of science and technology, development of various industry and other processes associated with the human life there are also threat of various diseases which are continuously increasing over the period of time. Among all these diseases heart disease is a key one which is at present is one of the main diseases associated with people’s life. In the modern world, for example in the USA heart disease is the main reason for concern where in every year almost 1 million people died from heart diseases. Survey also proves the fact that as a disease,...
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Word of God
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...God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:”(2 Peter 3:5). Being the incarnation of the God’s Word, Jesus had the divine ability to heal diseases just by the Word, in response to human profound faith in its Almighty power, “Lord, I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak the word only, and my servant shall be healed.”(Matthew 8:8) As the most perfect criterion of human conscience and the sense of values, the Word of God “is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12). Being the true blessing of God for its creature the Word “might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water... ........ ..... 24 April Word ...
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Heart Failure
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...Heart Failure Introduction Heart failure is a leading diagnostic condition common with the ages of 65 years and older,with the number increasing annually. The malfunction is a complex syndrome as apparent in the inability of the heart to push blood around the body (Krum and Gilbert 147). This is a severe case of illness since the body is dependent on the heart’s pumping capacity to replenish its cells with oxygen. In heart failure, both ventricles are damaged and their muscles weaken and, therefore, cannot pump enough blood to meet the body’s requirement. Normally, chronic heart diseases are accompanied by other health complications that contribute to the weakening of the coronary muscles... Task: Heart ...
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Heart attack
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...Heart attack is a condition when the blood flow to heart is blocked and if not restored quickly could cause the collapse of heart muscles leading to heart attack. Heart is a muscular organ where oxygen rich blood is carried through arteries which pump out blood to all parts of body through network of arteries and veins. When sufficient oxygen does not reach to the muscles of heart to make it work, its muscles tend to get damaged or die, resulting malfunctioning of heart or heart attack. Cause The main cause of the heart attack is...
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HEART DIESAES
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...heart and collectively they are called ‘heart diseases’ or cardiovascular diseases, broad terms denoting all the different sicknesses touching on the different components of the heart. Heart diseases are the major causes of death, especially in the US where over 700,000 heart disease allied deaths occurred in 1978 (Ottoboni and Ottoboni 2002, p.7). Types of heart diseases include the Coronary heart disease (CHD), Angina pectoris, Congestive heart failure, Cardiomyopathy, Congenital heart disease, Arrhythmias, and Myocarditis. This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the treatment, causes, and effects, in addition to symptoms... ?Introduction There are several types of diseases affecting the heart...
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God In You
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...Three: Born of the Spirit: The Truth about Second Birthdays The second birthday happens within the heart and marks a person’s deep relationship with God. This rebirth takes place when the Holy Spirit engages the heart and creates a spiritual regeneration. You have to experience a second birth in order to belong to the family of God and that rebirth can only be spiritual. When you are born of the family of God you... David Jeremiah’s God in You Dr. David Jeremiah is a senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church, in San Diego, California. In hisbook, God in You, he talks about the third element of the Trinity that is the Holy Spirit. He explains the filling of the Holy Spirit that...
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Heart attack
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...heart attack. The main symptoms of a heart attack include discomfort, pressure, heaviness or pain felt in the chest, arm or below the breastbone. One may also experience irregular heartbeats and extreme weakness, anxiety and shortness of breath (Armstrong, 3). Other symptoms include discomfort exuding to the jaw, back and throat; sweating, nausea, dizziness and vomiting and feelings of heartburn. Causes of the problem The heart muscle needs a constant supply of oxygenated blood to keep it nourished. This blood is transported to the heart through the coronary artery. However, the coronary artery can become narrow... Case study Identification problems In the case study, the confirmed disease is a heart ...
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Heart Failure
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...Heart Failure Introduction Heart failure is a long-term chronic condition that is diagnosed when the heart fails to pump enough fresh oxygen-rich blood. Emphasising this perception, the study will critique the research conducted by Korajkic, Poole, MacFarlane, Bergin & Dooley (2011) assessing their justification to all the consequences and implementations of pharmacist intervention on ambulatory heart patients. A critical assessment will also be conducted based on the research projecting the ethical norms of human participants. Notably, Korajkic et al. (2011: 126) concludes that there are “significant differences between”...
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Heart Attack
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...Heart attacks in Australia Introduction Heart Attack is technically known as myocardial infarction (Lee, . This is a medical situation where the blood flow is blocked for a long time leading to damage or death of muscles. Myocardial infarction is gaining global attention in terms of the increasing number of cases occurring across the globe. Life style changes including changes in food habits, lack of physical exertion and unscientific routines largely contribute to the increase in the occurrence of myocardial infarction. The statistics on myocardial infarction in Australia are suggesting alarming observations. The objective of this essay is to critically analyze the prevalence of myocardial... ...
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Thunder Heart
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...Heart Thunder Heart (1992) provides a fresh departure from other films that discuss the identity of Native Americans. The following discourse argues that the author and director rely on many Hollywood props in giving the identity of Native Americans. The film applies three tropes to justify the presentation of identity. The tropes are formation of identity, building of the other, and seizure of resident spirituality. The film, Thunder Heart, is based on the storyline of a half-Indian FBI agent. The agent is on a mission from Washington, D.C to Badlands in South Dakota to conduct investigations into the matter of an Oglala Sioux. Graham Greene, a tribal police officer, challenges... Identity in Thunder...
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Word of God
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...God’s Word, Jesus had the divine ability to heal diseases just by the Word, in response to human profound faith in its Almighty power, “Lord, I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak the word only, and my servant shall be healed.”(Matthew 8:8) As the most perfect criterion of human conscience and the sense of values, the Word of God “is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12). Being the true blessing of God for its creature the Word “might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word,” (Ephesians 5:26), “blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep... ........ ..... 24 April Word of God The history of the Holy Bible begins...
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The Heart
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...Heart: Structure and Function Introduction The main function of the heart is to deliver blood and oxygen to all tissues. In order to understand the major diseases that affect the cardiovascular system, it is important to study the heart's basic anatomy and physiology. This paper addresses the basic principles of the structure and function of the heart. Gross anatomy The heart of the newborn is derived from the primitive heart; after various embryonic dilatations and changes is finally composed of four chambers and four communicating valves. The right atrium receives venous blood from the entire body; the right ventricle receives blood from the right atrium via the tricuspid valve; the left... The...
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Philosophy- Does God exist
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...My friend said. So I told her about a philosopher named Rene Descartes. Descartes was, unlike Hume, a rationalist. He provided three proofs for God’s existence. Only one however, drew my attention as well. Here, Descartes uses the process of elimination when asking whether I, who has an idea of a perfect being, can exist without that perfect being, i.e. God. So Descartes enumerates all the possible causes for his existence. First, it cannot be himself, for; he would have given himself all forms of perfection. But Descartes did not have the power to do so. Second, it cannot... ?A long time ago, a friend of mine wondered much about this God whom people always told her about. I told her that He was an...
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Heart Circulation
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...heart per each contraction, which is about 70mL in a resting man of average size in supine position (Ganong, 2003). Cardiac output (CO) is the amount of blood ejected by the heart per minute, defined in the equation CO = SV x HR. The average CO in a resting man is 5.0 L/min (70 mL x 72 BPM) (Ganong, 2003). Cardiac output... is controlled by many factors, primarily by the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. During exercise, the sympathetic nervous system is activated. As a result, there is an increase in heart rate due to the increased sympathetic stimulation and decreased vagal stimulation to the sinoatrial node (SA node), which is the pacemaker of the...
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The Truth About God
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...God. They believe that God knows what is before them as well as what is behind them. In tandem with this assertion, Muslims refer to God as al-Alim. He knows everything not only on earth, but also in heaven. God is also the witness; nothing can be hidden from Him. Additionally, God hears everything including the voiceless because He is all knowing. Unlike Christians, Muslims believe that God is al-Ahad, which means “the One” (Abdul-Hakim 3). There reference of God as al-Ahad evidence that they do not regard the Trinity in their belief. They believe that their God cannot be divided as Christians divide Him into three. Additionally, Muslims believe that God cannot be humanized... The Truth about God There ...
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Heart Failure
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...Heart Failure Article Selected “Transitional care interventions to prevent readmissions for persons with heart failure: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis” Problem Statement The study in Feltner, Jones, Cene, Zheng, Sueta, Coker-Schwimmer, Arvanitis, Lohr, Middleton & Jones (2014) emphasizes the clinical problem related to heart failure treatments. The problem emphasized thus has been grounded on the statistics of readmissions by heart failure patients within a few days of discharge, embarking a negative impression for the health care sector efficiency. The causes for such failures leading to high and frequent degrees of readmissions in these hospitals are deemed much crucial in order... ...
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Heart Cases
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...Heart sounds revealed valvular regurgitation. Top of Form 1. Based... BIO 111 Anatomy Physiology II Cardiovascular CASE A 32-year-old nurse who had rheumatic fever as a child noticed a persistent tachycardia and light-headedness. Upon examination, chest x-rays showed an enlarged left atrium and left ventricle. ECG analysis showed atrial fibrillation. There was also mild pulmonary congestion. Cardiac evaluation resulted in the following information: Cardiac output (CO) 3.4 L/min (nml = 4 – 6 L/min) Blood pressure (BP) 100/58 mm Hg (nml = 100 – 140 / 60 - 90 mmHg) Left atrial pressure (LAP) 16 mm Hg (nml = 4 – 12 mmHg) Right ventricular pressure (RVP) 44/8 mm Hg (nml = 15 – 30 / 2 – 8 mmHg) Heart ...
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God has Ontological Existence
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...God exists. Descrates doctrine is based on two main tenants. Theory of innate ideas and, the doctrine of clear and distinct perception. The first theory supports the first premise that definition of God as perfect. The second Theory supports the validity of this idea. It is clear that the idea of existence cannot be excluded from the idea of God, the Supreme Being. He gives evidence of His existence through simple mathematical truth, that is, “... But when I considered any matter in arithmetic and geometry, .., as, for example, that two and three added together make five,…. did I not view them with at least sufficient clearness... ? God has Ontological Existence The religious philosophers, over the...
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The Heart Symbol
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...heart symbol was depicted as religious icons. As a religious symbol, it entails a powerful tug to express and convey a message to the observer the greatness of God's love for his children. In the Christian religion, the symbol of the Sacred Heart stands for the three trilogy; faith, hope and charity. It conveys four great messages; God's movement towards humankind through Jesus' pure heart, the movement of the human hearts toward God, the joining together of human... The Heart Symbol As long as it can be remembered, the heart symbol as we know it today has existed and appeared in different forms and places. It is one of the constantly recurring symbols from prehistoric times. The heart shape is consider...
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Mary, mother of god
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...God and sins of people around. Given that, it is vital to amplify that Mary is the Mother of the “greatest man ever born of woman” and piety of Catholics leads to pure and clear understanding of God’s will (Sheen 73). Hereby, Mary, promulgates the birth of Jesus who brought the World’s teaching so vivid and powerful that the heavens still declare the glory of God. What is more, an attentive Catholic would understand that statement in the vortex of the Gospel so that to keep track of what the Creator teaches us about. This truth is to be shared into masses. Otherwise, the mass fallacy may eventually appear among people. Works Cited Shea,...
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