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“I’ve never been lonely. I’ve been in a room — I’ve felt suicidal. I’ve been depressed. I’ve felt awful — awful beyond all — but I never felt that one other person could enter that room and cure what was bothering me…or that any number of people could enter that room. 184 more words

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Aug 23: I am a GIVER

I AM A GIVER.
I give to others that which I have abundantly received. To keep what I
have I must give it away. I am a grateful person. 16 more words

Successibility Thinking

Third Person Limited

Third person point of view is similar to first person, but on a much more limited scale. Typically using ‘he’ or ‘she’ the story is entirely based on how the character perceives everyone else feeling, thoughts, and beliefs. 94 more words

Writing

Second Person Point of View

Second person isn’t a commonly used type of point of view, mostly because it kinda sounds funny. It almost feel like a more demanding tone. The pronoun ‘you’ is used with this type of point of view and typically sounds like this: 49 more words

Writing

Nuts and Bolts of the In Person Interview


So you have been called to an in-person interview. This is probably thanks to your preparation. Preparation is essential when you are looking for work or going to an interview. 45 more words

First Person Point of View

The first person point of view tells the story using the pronoun ‘I’. Typically first person is used for the main character, but it can be used for a less involved character. 79 more words

Writing

Met. Hierotheos (Vlachos): "Man has two cognitive centers."

Metropolitan Hierotheos (Vlachos) – (1945-    ) is a Greek Orthodox metropolitan and theologian. He graduated from the Theological School of the University of Thessaloniki and is one of the finest Patristic scholars living. 81 more words

Eastern Orthodox Theology