english mid term - Rob Russotti 3-12-08 In the world today,...

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Rob Russotti 3-12-08 In the world today, relationships are vital to get by the hardships the world gives us every day. One of the best relationships people will ever have is the relations with their parents. They might be unaware of it until they mature, but parent-child relations are always extraordinary. Also, parent-child relationships are bittersweet. At time they are amazing, and then there are times when they are at a low. Communication, respect, and safety are very important for parent- child relationships. Communication is important for every relationship. Without this people would never learn important life lessons, manners, or most important how to express themselves. Communication is key for any relationship but vital for parent-child relations. A parent should always tell their child to live life and have fun. In the poem, “Advice to My Son,” the author states, “but, son, always serves wine.”(Meinke 10) In this poem the father tells his son that life is short, and he should live it day by day, but always plan ahead. The most important thing he tells his son is to always have fun, no matter what he is doing. . Also, a parent should know when it is time to let their child to soar and be more independent. In the short story, “The Road,” the author expresses that it is time for the son to move on and leave the father. “An arrow to mark
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course COMP AND L 101 taught by Professor Dittelman during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Morrisville.

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