Business Grammar.docx - Asel Berdieva Every day that we live is the lesson Unfortunately the most important lesson that Ive learned so far was the

Business Grammar.docx - Asel Berdieva Every day that we...

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Asel Berdieva Every day that we live is the lesson. Unfortunately, the most important lesson that I’ve learned so far, was the lesson about how to accept the death of your beloved. I lost my dad and, since then, my life has changed 360 0 degrees. I’ve learned how to appreciate every moment of my life, every minute that I spent with my beloved ones and how grateful I should be for having them alive. This lost even changed the way I will communicate with people, I became more tolerant and more kind to people. The most challenge that I faced was when I lost dad and at that moment, I just didn’t know how to live without him, how to stop myself crying over him and how continue to live, and I just didn’t know how to accept the fact that he is gone. Something inside of me died with him that day, but something new has also born. I grieved over him nearly 5 years, I tried to pretend that he is in the long business trip, that he is just upset and didn’t want to talk to me. Every single day was such a challenge for me, but the love, support and pain of my mom and siblings gave me so
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Unformatted text preview: much strength and desire to continue to live and accomplish the dreams that my dad had and but didn’t have the chance to complete. Oliver Twist, or The Parish Boy's Progress, is the second novel by English author Charles Dickens that has made a lasting impression on me. First time when I read this book was at age 9. I remember I have imagined myself in the journey through the crowded streets of London where you can experience how the poor are invisible, among the filth and dirt. Dickens reveals the myth of middle class moral values and declares them as a complete sham. His humor has a murmur of bitter criticism of the unsympathetic treatment of the poor by the middle class. All the other characters of the novel truly represent the immoral and the barbarity of the feudalistic society. Oliver Twist represents the abused people, among whom he didn’t lost himself, but always stayed true and so innocent....
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