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A person must suffer from the results of his own unwise actions (4)


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A person must suffer from
the results of his own unwise actions .
We all have
responsibility for our actions. And everything we do wrong we are responsible for. And some major mistakes we make we have to be ready to be punished for it.
If we make
mistakes in our life then we have to be ready to suffer the consequences . Like if we leave the school without finishing it. Then
we don’t have the needed education and then we can’t get so good jobs. Nowadays to get a good and well paid job you need a good
education. And when we don’t then we have to accept with something not so good.
If we fail
to do something that we have planned. Like when we fail an exam. Then
our school results aren ’t so good, that all affects our future and
our plans to go to colleges and universities . And when we don’t

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p. cm. ISBN 0-471-44858-3 (alk. paper) 1. Success—Psychological aspects. I. Title. BF637.S8T634 2003 158.1—dc21 2003006625 Printed in the United States of America. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ccc_tracy_fm_i-xviii.qxd 7/7/03 3:22 PM Page v To my wife Barbara, from whom I have learned so much about the importance of love and family. You are my mainstay and my greatest inspiration. ccc_tracy_fm_i-xviii.qxd 7/7/03 3:22 PM Page vi ccc_tracy_fm_i-xviii.qxd 7/7/03 3:22 PM Page vii Foreword If you are ready to leverage yourself to greatness and achieve giant

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. . " and then name their pet peeve or passion. My view is not of an education specialist, but of one who loves sharing what I learn, and owes much to educators. Since I don't have an educational theory neatly worked-out, nor an outline of my perceptions, my intent is to address each educational ingredient that comes to my mind. After I've said what I think about each topic, readers may have a fair comprehension of my philosophy. First comes sensitivity. If a person be insensitive, be it from numbing cold, exhaustion, drugs, genetic makeup, or upbringing, then the process of education is bogged down, and results come only after great efforts. Sensitivity in my integrated meaning is broad, covering literally the senses, so that deaf and blind people are less sensitive, as well as people whose senses work perfectly, but whose receptivity or thought processes are blunted for whatever reason. A person can be insensitive in one way, such as blind, and extraordinarily sensitive in

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yourself a good friend? Think again. · Haters want to hate & bring you down so let them waste their time & try, I'll never give them the satisfaction of seeing me upset. · Before you say "FML" (FuckMyLife) remember that there are other people out there who have it worse than you do. ' · I'm tired of waiting for you. I want to leave, but something about you keeps pulling me back in. · The difference between physical attraction & love is the ability to see the same person at their best and at their worst. · If it's not meant to be... then just turn around, leave, & move on. It may not be what you want, but this shit is not what you deserve. · If you love somebody and you want to be with them, then go get them. Deal with the mess later. · Dear haters, for God's sake, breathe that fucking air and live your own life! · I'm the type of girl who will try her best to get over you, but I just end up falling even harder. · Don't think too much

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Aforismid (inglise keeles)

1. A generalist is ignorant from the point of view of a specialist and a specialist is stupid from the point of view of a generalist. 2. All great stupidity is created by geniuses. 3. All stereotypes are true; the fact that you recognize a slur proves that it isn't. 4. Anything you're afraid is true is true. 5. Before most people get to the point of being able to tell their ass from a hole in the ground they're already assholes and it's too late. 6. Concentrating on something important can make you lose track of your soap opera. 7. Debunking the bunk is everyone's responsibility. 8. Don't ask me to pay for anyone else's mistakes. I make enough of my own. 9. Even those who possess real magic must beware of being misled by "magical thinking." 10. Everyone knows what shit tastes like. 11. Exclusive occupancy of a private room is a basic human right. 12

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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

different now. Children have more freedom to make their own decisions. For example, children aged 13 may be employed part time in Great Britain. Age 15 is legally a "young person" not a "child". Age 16 is a school leaving age. They can leave home, drive a moped, marry with "parents' consent" buy beer. Age 17 can drive a car. Age 18 can vote, get married, drink in pubs. Education is a very important part in the life of British youth. One can't become an independent person without it. When time comes to enter a college a young Englishman chooses one far away from home. It is a necessary part of becoming adult. During the last 30 years there were a lot of different trends in youth movements. All of them were characterized by their own philosophy, way of life, style of dressing. Each tendency was born by the influence of economic and political changes in the society. Those trends are known as the "hippies" the "punks" the "rockers".

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your teacher, your priest, or some gut on television telling you how to do your shit, then you DESERVE it. - Frank Zappa *It's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring. - Marilyn Monroe *I love the feeling when you smile at me, or even just look at me, because I know that I've crossed your mind. Even just for a second - Anonymous You know, one day you look at the person and you see something more than you did the night before. Like a switch has been flicked somewhere. And the person who was just a friend is suddenly the only person you can ever imagine yourself with. Me? I'm scared of everything. I'm scared of what I feel, of what I've said, of who I am, but most of all I'm scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my life the way I feel when I'm with you. I wish you could hear all the words I'm too afraid to say.

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DIALOGUES inglisekeelsed dialoogid erinevatel teemadel

H: - Ok. Than, please, I'd like to cash my money order. J: - Take this form and fill it in. May I see your passport? H: - Yes. Please. So...Should I write my full name, my passport number and the sum of money that has been sent to me, right? J: - Certainly. How would you like the money? H: - I prefer one hundred rouble notes, if you don't mind. J: - Here is your money. H: - Thank you Getting a post-restante. H: - Hi, Julia! What are you doing here? J: - I'm getting post restante letter from Boris... H: -Ah, yeah, remember him. What is he saying? J: - Oh, well...He is asking to come to him, and, besides, here is the money-order... H: - Oh! Would you like to cash money-order? Have you got your passport with you? J: - Yeah, certainly. H: - Then, they'll cash your money order without fail. J: - Ok, I'll go to that counter and speak to clerk. Wait for me, please! Can you go and by tickets with me after this? H: - Certainly! Discuss the functions of post office

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TARTUFFE (inglise keelne)

DORINE, Mariane's maid M. LOYAL, a bailiff A Police Officer FLIPOTTE, Madame Pernelle's servant The Scene is at Paris ACT I SCENE I MADAME PERNELLE and FLIPOTTE, her servant; ELMIRE, MARIANE, CLEANTE, DAMIS, DORINE MADAME PERNELLE Come, come, Flipotte, and let me get away. ELMIRE You hurry so, I hardly can attend you. MADAME PERNELLE Then don't, my daughter-in law. Stay where you are. I can dispense with your polite attentions. ELMIRE We're only paying what is due you, mother. Why must you go away in such a hurry? MADAME PERNELLE Because I can't endure your carryings-on, And no one takes the slightest pains to please me. I leave your house, I tell you, quite disgusted; You do the opposite of my instructions; You've no respect for anything; each one Must have his say; it's perfect pandemonium. DORINE If . . . MADAME PERNELLE You're a servant wench, my girl, and much Too full of gab, and too impertinent And free with your advice on all occasions. DAMIS But . . .

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