Pride - Babalola 1 Ayotomiwa Babalola Professor Bayardo...

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Ayotomiwa Babalola Professor Bayardo English 1301-6003 June 6 , 2009 Essay One: The Pride of Competition One could ask a multitude of people to describe , with but a word, pride. Only to hear the most negative descriptions associated with this simple and short noun . People of high moral standing will constantly remind you to avoid pride because of the many danger it can pose . But seldom have we dared to accept and even embrace this sense of higher self-worth and honor . Being someone who relishes in pride , I will take an unorthodox approach, with the use of sports and competition , to explain the joys of pride. I will open with the quote by Timothy Shriver, “The glory of sport is born at the moment when the game and the person become one , when all the complexity of one’s life finds a moment to emerge in the game .” This encapsulates the feeling a sports enthusiasts gets as he observes his favorite club compete , this is the best definition that is out there. But for the sake political
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2010 for the course ARTS 150 taught by Professor Caffey during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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