English context expository essay
Prompt: with experience comes change. Texts: Tuesdays with Morrie -the messenger Statement of intention
In this piece I will be discussing with experience comes change; I will also be using references to Tuesdays with Morrie and The Messenger. Within this piece I will talk about a life experience that has caused change in me and how the size of the experience may not reflect the size of the change. Often in life people will have small experiences that will give them a life lesson and change their lives forever. These experiences could be as small as receiving a hug from a stranger, or as big as someone close to you dying, but either of these could greatly, or hardly change your way of living and viewing all the things around you. That is not to say that you may not benefit at all from some experiences, but in most part you will, and you should try to look at your experiences and view them as lessons. In life small gestures can greatly impact your way of living and how you see thing forever. In Mitch Alboms novel the protagonist Mitch, feels it is wrong to hug and that men should be strong and not hug or have close body contact. So when Morrie, an elderly ex teacher of his, gives him a hug for the first time he is stiff as a board and hardly hugged back” I was shocked at the affection” , but after seeing Morrie get sicker and sicker he discovers that it is fine for grown men to hug and that it doesn’t make him not a man for doing that. In that novel Mitch’s wife comes with him one visit and sings to Morrie this reduces Morrie to tears “Morrie opened his eyes and tears rolled down his checks “this gesture alone is what temped her into becoming a lead singer, from her previous job as a back up singer. Although these experiences may be small, both Jeanine and Mitch changed something about themselves because of them, many people have these kind of experiences everyday, even though they change may be small...
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