English 101 - the great fall

English 101 - the great fall - English 101-012 Fernando...

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English 101-012 Fernando Omegna Rocha Ferreira The great fall All human actions have one or more of these seven causes: chance, nature, compulsion, habit, reason, passion, and desire. - Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) The plane worked its way up the sky, its small interior felt even smaller with everyone in there. As time passed the small cabin grew hotter and the smell of old sweat came up because of the lack of ventilation. My cousin tried to say something to me but her voice couldn’t go over the loud engine noise. I just nodded and smiled, turning my attention back to the small window. My heart beated even faster and harder as the landscape got smaller and the buildings started to look like small lego blocks. The pilot looked back and said we were almost there. Everyone seemed really excited but it felt like my heart was going to come out through my mouth. I didn’t look like my cousin was doing much better. I could feel the instructor attaching himself to my vest but the nervousness didn’t let
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