by Drew Tekulve
Every man and every woman has a right to believe what he or she chooses to believe. Some people in the world believe in a Supreme Being, while others choose not to believe in a Supreme Being at all. Beliefs can lead to faith, which is an empowering strength evidenced by spirituality and not by physical proof.
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by Hailey Robertson
The last time I was at Disneyland I decided to make this video when I found that the Ferris Wheel looked eerily like a hypnotic spinning wheel. Guests of the park are hypnotized into throwing their money at the park and leave with nothing but a blurry memory of rides, lines, and a stuffed Olaf.
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by Mark Leavy
Shoes, an autobiographical account, presents an ideal situation, i.e. a school named after the Challenger Shuttle and a little boy’s tragedy, to explore development, its course, and the pains associated with such.
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