homework#4 - learn to live with them now. Peoples choices...

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Matthew Glynn Engineering Seminar Homework #3 My personal reaction to the quote is that the longer you live the more experience you obtain. This experience helps in succeeding in all aspects of life. Your attitude about things changes as you get older. Things you may have hated at one time may now be something you like. Things you may have loved in the past can change into things you hate through experience. The quote is amazing on how it reflects on real life and fact, it even has to do with the surreal and the possible but not yet proven. The quote has much to relate with chaos theory and the butterfly effect. It is how little changes at one time can create major changes in the future. This wrote is powerful to me because of the harsh and true way it portrays life’s experiences. It is impossible to alter events in the past, so people need to
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Unformatted text preview: learn to live with them now. Peoples choices are what effects who they are, God gave people free will and it is mans need to use it. Free will is what shapes each and every individual and makes them all unique. Life is indeed 10% what happens to you and 90% on how you react to it because when you react to each individual situation differently it shapes the course of future events. From my personal experience, this quote in one hundred percent true. I have been shaped into the man I am today by what has happened to me in the past and as a result of the choices I have made. I would not be here today at College of Engineering at the University of Iowa if I made the choice to not do well in high school. I hope that in the future, my experiences shape me into an even greater person than I am now....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course 059 090 taught by Professor Scranton during the Fall '06 term at University of Iowa.

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