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Unformatted text preview: the Past, Virginia Woolf displays deep insight into her own inner life through these lines, describing her reaction to several specific memories from her childhood that still, in adulthood, shock her: Though I still have the peculiarity that I receive these sudden shocks, they are now always welcome; after the first surprise, I always feel instantly that they are particularly valuable, and so I go on to suppose that the shock-receiving capacity is what makes me a writer. I believe these two specific intelligences are good skills to have when working in Human services because they are more about emotions and helping others in need, I also think that interpersonal intelligence is a wonderful strength to have when one is a teacher. I have gone through school do be a teacher and am now going through school to work in Human services and I think these types of intelligence are great to have....
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- Spring '11