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Do you agree with the idea that children should be raised by their grandparents? Why yes/no? We live in the 21 st century, a century of speed that under the development of technology had caused changes in people’s lifestyle. eople have become more and more busy and family life has changed considerably. !ecause of these changes more and more children are brought up by their grandsparents. arents forget a bout the importance of the environment, children are brought up in , their education and the fact that parental love and care is indispensable for a child. "n my opinion children shouldn’t be raised by grandparents on their own. #irst of all, if a child is raised only by his grandparents, he will miss parents love and care. $lthough a child loves his parents and his grandparents too, these are two different feelings. #or e%ample we can consider parents that go abroud for wor&. 'hese parents thin& that money and material things can replace their love. 'hese children usually become isolated or start having bad attitudes, they have bad mar&s, leave school, some of them even tried to comitt siucide. (oreover, grandparents might not be able to educate a child properly. )randparents are sometimes too tolerant , they spoil them too much and are overprotective. 'he results of the fact that they are not authoritative enough can be seen when the child will grow up , he will be bad and rebellions and will consider that he deserves everything. *ast but not least even if grandparents have enough time to loo& after a child , they might not have enough patience or they are not physically strong enough. "n theese cases , children aren’t involved in healthy activities , such as playing in the par& or being read bed time stories. +owever , in some special cases , if parents die or the child is abandoned , grandparents should raised them. "n conclusion , besides of the busy life parents have nowadays , they shouldn’t let their children be raised only by their grandparents , they should raise them together and never forget that a child needs parental love and care.
,pea& about the things you do to have a healthy life. )ive arguments and e%amples to sustain your ideas. We live in the 21 st century, a century of speed that has caused dramatic changes in people’s lifestyle turning it into an unhealthy one. 'he main ma-ority of the people , because of the world in which we live, have adopted unhealthy and dangerous customs beginning with their eating habits ending up to the way in which they spend their free time. " had always tried to avoid such unhealthy habits , in order to mentain a healthy life as much as possible . #irst of all , " avoid eating unhealthy food. !ecause everybody is always in a big hurry and because they forget about the importance of what a meal should contain and how you should eat it, most of the peolpe eat -un& food and drin& soda every day. " considered that this fact is dangerous for my body so " concentrated myself on some important things. " always ta&e care that my meal has enough proteins and vitamins and try to avoid sugar, salt and fats, that can be mainly found in -un& food. " ta&e into my attention that a meal re.uest time , at least 2/
not only because it is a way of rela%ation . avoiding fats and salt .rly to my destination if " too& a bus . " ta&e a wal&.ea&ing about myself . so people search for different ways of disconnecting themselves from the cotidian problems . #irst of all . you should eat more times a day . " prefer eating a big fresh salad with some tomatoes and cheese or a fruit . #or e%ample . "nstead of eating a big sandwich from a fast food or chips . . We forget that we have to do some sports. . that causes you stress.minutes for each meal and that you have to eat slowly . we can at least try to have some healthy customs avoiding the unhealthy one’s. so everytime " can " go for a swim . $ very important thing that people forget is that it is not healthy to eat only once or twice a day . they sociali2e . althought we can’t live a perfect healthy life. is the fact that help me remind events from the past. $nother reason why music is important in my life. another healthy thing that " do is trying to spend my free time in nature. 1ities are a poluted and noisy place. . 0owadays we are used to travel by car or bus eaven on short distances and spend most of our time in front of the computer. Biletul 32 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of being your own boss. .o. "n this time. music has a great impact in my life . )ive arguments and e%amples to support your ideas. 2 . " forget about my problems and get the chance to recharge my bateries. music ma&es me get in a good mood. big and heavy meals . " realise that it is very important to combine your everyday program with some healthy activities such as doing sports. #or me has became an instrument of &eeping memories and one that always reminds me about the beauty of life. "n conclusion .uiet. " do sports. " personaly love swimming. +ow is a party li&e without music? (usic at such events brings up people together. 0owadays life has become more and more stressinly . it was always seen as a way of getting rela%ed or as an source of entertainment. music has an important role at each party. (usic has always played an important role in each persons life. or when " have to go somewhere and " would arrive too ea. "n conclusion . at the end of the wee& together with my friends we go away from the city. .pea& about the impact of music on your life.econdly . *ast but not least. music has become a necesity in my life. so after years when " hear that song again " automaticaly rememorate that event. music is a very good source of rela%ation. 'here we rela% ourselves and we forget about the stress of the city. !esides the fact that music is an art. becoming a more calm and optimistic person. replacing them with vitamins. " usually asociate events with a certain song.pending a part of your free time is better than losing nights in clubs and it has a possitive effect on people’s mind and soul ma&ing them more calm and rela%ed..uantities of food. $t the end of the day . smaler . it also made me a more calm and optimistic person. *ast but not least . 'he method that has succes in my case is listening to music. $nother e%ample would be listening to musoic in the morning ma&ing me feel fresh and optimistic that that day is going to be a perfect one. Biletul 28 .econdly . after a heavy tst or a great effort " listen to some calm music or to my favorite one. for some fresh air and for a little piece and . when " am upset or angry only a piece of my favorite music ma&es me happy and " instantly forget the reason of my anger or sadness. have fun and dance.
in the field of wor&. 'his might cause you a feeling of insecurity because you never &now for sure for how much time you will find what to wor&. disavantages too. 'his also refers to the mechanism of wanting and having what you wish.ome people that are not happy and satisfied with their wor& place want to become succesful business9men. $nother categor4 of wills are those that go hand in hand with luc&. Biletul 33 1omment on the following statement5 Where there6s a will there’s a way . $lthough the ideea of being your own boss may sound atractive. because they thin& that without a proper education they cannot succed in life . another disadvantage is that all the responsibility is on your shoulders. although there e%ist both advantages and disadvantages of being an employee or being your own boss. in oder to earn more money than if you were employed . !ut not all youngsters manage to finish a school or a university. being a freelancer has besides it’s advantages. a freelancer doesn’t have to wor& that much. 4ou are now your own boss. there e%ist also disadvantages that can’t be forgetten. but not all of them succed either because of the lac& of motivation the business plan is not a realistic one. "f an employee has to wor& from eight to ten hours per day in order to gain a certain amount of money . "n conclusion . 'he third advantage would be that you decide the amont of wor& . you can loo& after your children. 1onsidering children and teenagers. 'his may cause a disorganised life because you have periods when you wor& a lot and days when you don’t. 'hird. most of them want to finish a high school and university . "f you are employed . . 3n one hand the ma-ority of people have wills that motivate them todo something that is use full or necessary in their lifes. you are either obliged to go to wor&.econdly . " would li&e 3 . "f you were employed . $nother important thing is that you are no longer forced to go to wor& when you are ill or caught a flu. people that wor& on their own and are there own boss. you don’t have a boss that tells you what to do or what you shouldn’t do. if you ma&e a mista&e . those who are employees of a company and freelancers . the one that has the absolute power of decision. it is only your fault. 3n the other hand there e%ist wills that cannot become true only if they are realistic. so you will recover ion a longer period of time either to ta&e a sic& leave vacation and then you lose a part of your salary. sometimes you have to wor& longer hours then an employee."n our days. "n some cases it is better to be a wor&er in a company because you have a certain schedule that ma&es your life more organised. .4ou can stay in bed and recover. you can help them with homewor& . 'his statement refers to a very simple fact in each persons life. to earn a lot of money. #irst would be the fact that you have to loo& for wor& on your own. . you will secced in having that certain thing 8. !ring arguments and e%amples tosustain your ideas. you couldn’t go and solve these problems in the time you wewrw at wor&. in order to finish a pro-ect in time. you were obligated to ta&e a day or two off. 3n the other hand besides the big advantages. #irst . 'his can be a great help in family life. "n this case you have more time for yourself and for solving personal problems. althought school is compulsory after certain stage.econdly you have total freedom of organising your time . 'hey consider opening a business. 7"f you really want something . there e%ist two categories of people . 3n one hand it offers you some advantages . you must ta&e them into consideration. when you decide on which part of the wor&ers you want to be . #or e%ample . you have more independence . losing some of your vacation days. 'his is only because they didn’t wanted to or they weren’t convinsed about the necessity of education .
and interests. We have an wonderful mayor. Biletul 4 grew up in a small town and then moved to a big city. by almost everybody. would be that mall. $s for me.tates is made up of people of different races. *arge cities mean you have to adapt to a variety of situations. who " d li&e vanished Biletul 9 . " never thought that " would li&e living in a big city. nor to buy antthing from that mall. being replaced with par&ing lots and the mall itself.uic&ly become boring. " love the e%citement of big cities. cinemas. . rin&s. 0ow a serious part of the par& who it used to be so lively and beautiful.twenty years ago in my chidhood. "n a small town. "t was terrible sad to watch that. theaters etc. the most important thing is to &now what you want in order to achieve. and that one area where small towns are superior to big cities.ea. you:re better off in the city. "t:s not free. $fter ten years of living in one. pubs. but " was wrong. you have to own a car to ensure a comfortable living .. have been chopped. "t:s difficult to thin& of something that " would change. clubs. 'he trees whici were condemn to fell. religions. but it:s often cheaper than driving when you consider gas and time. last year. 'he final thing " thin& about large cities is the diversity of the people. were inscribed with te%ts as <" am the tree no. " decided neither to visit.ome people en-oy their modern life and can not imagine that they can live in an older life. !ig cities generally have heavy traffic and e%pensive par&ing. but there you have a choice of ta&ing public transportation. it loo&s li&e a perfect place to live in.. li&e finding a new route to wor& or trvine a new restaurant. for sure i will choose to live in the past . and in my primary 4 . who is loved by everybody. and " will die soon<. " can:t imagine ever living in a small town again. Well. selfmotivation cannot be spotted.you can:t get around without one because there isn:t any &ind of public transportation. especially if you don:t have a car. " thin& that living in an area where everyone was -ust li&e me would . " en-oy that challenge very much. resorts. you seldom find such a variety of people in a small town.1=/. " only need to buy the tic&et and luc& in order to win. abilities. "n this case. if there is something that " would really li&e to change in my beautiful town. the .mall towns and big cities both have some problems in terms of transportation. . although not all wills can be carried out in a possitive way. malls. .nited . placed at the shore of the !lac& . huge par&s. 'herefore.mall towns have a slow pace. 'hese things are rare in small ones. " would rather be a bit more cautions and live a large city than to feel secure but bored. because. Biletul 6 live in a very beautiful town. as a form of protest. and protests too& place. or a boycott. supermar&ets. security is a concern.to win a milion dolars with a lotery tic&et. allowing a supermall to be built. While others believe that the living in the past would be more suitable for them. 3f course. he did a very serious mista&e5 he didn:t ree-ct teh aide of some bussinessmen to deforest an important area from the nearby par&. $t a glance. 'he dwellers therefore were very upset by this decision. $nd it is. 'here is a wild assortment of theatre music and dance performances available in big cities.till. +owever. $nother part of the e%citement of city living is the variety of cultural activities available. so " have e%perienced the good and bad sides of both. 4ou can find almost everything in my town5 leisure centres. "n conclusion .
than this tells us she easy and a free willed person. $nd. >ven " was con. live with my late grandfather. in my opinion. (ay be some people prefer their modern life with all its advatages for them. being declared as witches. 'here is the possibility that this talisman should have belonged to one of the witches.but when you grow up. (oreover " would have the right to laugh or to cry at any time and in any place. Biletul 29 'he talisman under the shape of a cat eye. it’s mine@ Biletul 18 'he way we dress is a :tell.hould it be a captive force inside the talisman? (y s&in shivers only when " thin& of this. lac& of responsibilities and duties and finally living with my lovely grandfather. $lso if i have the chance to do that. you will &now that . "n fact i would thin& only in -oy and having fun with my peers. this tell us the person is going to wor& and maybe they may have an important -ob some where. i would have all my sweet memories with my first e%periences. that means i would not have my daily routine that i am living now . #or all that i wish he could be with me all my life . 5 . have no resposibilities. when we were younger. $ll three are very important elements in which tells others a little about us. i would not have to thin& about resposibilities or remember any duties. #urthermore. #rom what my mum told me. #antastic? 'he e%perience was repeating. with very long time ago. inherited by my mum from my grandmother had something strange that attracted me from the first time " saw it. if we see some one in a three piece suit. every time when "’m covered in pessimism. this tells us they are laid bac& and maybe not loo&ing to get into anything today. 3n the other hand. +owever. going bac& to the past is a very good idea. What a &id have deeply in his heart is clearly e%pressed on his face. 0ow " wonder and as& myself5 8+ow is possible that this talisman was not burned?7 . 'here is no doubt that. " would restor my old memories. .school.uered by heat. " understood that the talisman was found at a crossroad where. $lso. the women with supernatural powers were burn. "nspite of. and they are 6sent bac& to that time. tell: sign about our personality6 having said this. we were always wishing to become older.o that " would not have to hide my real emotions. *ong hair on men use to mean they were pot heads.i would be rela%ed and forget the stress life . 0ot only he was my grandfather but also he was my best friend. it was your best days. 'here is also the old friends i shared with them alot of unforgetable days . in that time.!ecause that was all my sweet days . Why it attracted me? " can’t e%plain that but " felt li&e every tiny part of my body was full of heat. i was more lin&ed to my parents and my brothers as i was spending much more time with them ."n another words . !esides i would not have to worry about the money and my e%penses. " ta&e the talisman and hold it in my hand and the feeling goes away. !ecause of his &indness " loved him alot. " have three reasons to proof my choice. "f a person is wearing -ean and a tee shirt. "n additon to .indeed. body language as well as our appearance all coincide together. the childhood is the age of the beautiful innocence. (oreover i cann:t forget till now our early trips and going to fishing in the sunny days. " could live with my grandfather. $nd from then. "f we see a gir dressed s&impy. we was the warm corner in my life. $s he learned me alot and gave me my first lessons in the life. 'hen " thought it is a simple coincidence but the curiosity to discover if it is a magic talisman made me hold it once again in my hand. would benefit more from the earlier life . "n a nut shell.
very methodical. li&es a schedule. smart. you get sort of childish love. often being treated as members of the family. in which they become -udgmental and put us in to a category or some type of social placement Biletul 1 'his is very true? i would say it is a good thing but not for all of us. pleasure. $nd " don’t thin& that it’s a bad thing because they ma&e my life easier and "’m not addicted of them wich is the most important thing. "t would be a very hard life without this two components of our life. where people tal& a foreing language and where you will not be the first choice for an employer. 2. but not in front of the pc. -ust li&e the internet but in the other way Biletul 24 $broad you develop a sort of ability to survive. about a very famous but old author he won’t &now anything about him unless he studied him at school. 4ou are there. $nd. Biletul 26 (y best friends vary. !ut let’s hope that the world will not change so much and in the near future we will still see children playing with balls or other games. nor enemies. guy 9 analytical. smart. "nternet really is the greatest invention. Describe yourself and this is one5 a human being. true to self and my closest best friend of over a year. yes " have more than one. when they can stay in front of their pc and play. you can ta&e care of. 'he authors have a very hard time trying to sale their creations. !efore " met the internet and the pc it all was so simple. creative. but now " can’t imagine my life without them. and children started to forget about reading old but good boo&s. in rest pc and the internet are very helpful. 'hey provide opportunities for outdoor e%ercise and sociali2ation. 'his " must say it is a very bad thing and it’s growing. !ut the parents who buy pc’s to their children should be very careful at them and they should ma&e them a program. especially not for children who forget to do anything else then to play pc games. logical. according to some studies. also emotional. even grown up people do this. feels more with the heart rather than thin&s with the mind if a mind/heart was brewed. loves to learn how things wor&. philosophically. $nother not so good thing is that since the internet appeared boo&s and newspapers tragically became less and less used. in another place. "t is teachful. What is a big problem is that children become more and more addicted of pc and internet and we should e%pect that in the future we won’t see anymore children outside playing together. beautiful outside and in. "n return. and triglyceride levels. "t has a sort of natural positive impact on one:s heart Aconsidered that love and to be loved in return is what should ma&e people happy?B. A" consider we all are human beings Biletul 25 ets occupy an esteemed place in many of our households. not too long. but not only the children spend a lot of time in front of the pc playing games. ets are sort of children. cholesterol levels. very compassionate. caring. gir9 analytical. 'hey offer a source of amusement. deep. li&es to &now what to e%pect. " do not have friends. $nd of course if you would as& a child who plays a lot on the pc. deep thin&er. 1." could go on and on. loves to argue. they can decrease our blood pressure. 'hey way we dress leads people to assumption. and companionship. true to self. thin&s more rather than relying on his 6 .
the best and worst of times. wor&9a9holic. " humbly answer with an <" don:t &now?< Biletul 12 " admire +illary Fodham 1linton. 'hus. very methodical. analytical. meaning can be fa&e when needed or give a false face.he is an inspiration to me. What " admire about my mother is that she helps me with all my problems at school and other places. horny. or her life. " thin& my mom is the best mom ever? Biletul 27 #or me. but is only the beginning.ues. bases decisions on feelings. we still tal& but not as often. a used to be e%9best guy friend 9 what happened you as&? military and marriage.nited . and my best friend since =C years. funny in a grotes. " also love her dinners and " thin& she ma&es the best lemon bars and lemon ca&es. moved away and we don:t spend as much time together. " am still a beginner. and negative to something else in a religious sense. harmony with the natureB. rela%. puts a good attitude toward everything. 'he . then we could be closer. mellow. my favourite +obby is &arate. .tates will benefit greatly when she is elected resident. "t:s very captivating to read all boo&s of formers masters. yet once cooled off. ($F"$.emotions for answers. the diversity of the techni. 'he winds of time tend to change things physically. uses charisma to advantage. and not be so needy or bossy. "n the sport there are the control of all our movements. one more guy 9 emotional. depressed. " doubt many of us can see into the future. sharing everything together. li&e to control situation.he does not allow the media to influence the course of her career. 0ot only the sport but also the philosophy. because she has wor&ed so hard. we grew up together and spent a lot of childhood days hanging out and discovering the world. practical. there are lots of things to &now Biletul 30 7 . but the winds of time also change people internally. "f " was having trouble with school things. searching for meaning in life. but often can seem a false person.uestion of foresight.ue sense. D. yet faithful. afraid of being bac&stabbed or attac&ed in a coversive way. but is aware of the role and sometimes uses them for re9inforcement of conclusions. the intellect of the fight.he is a strong grl that has set high standards for her and her family. philosophical. stubburn. because she is genuinely interested in the prosperity and peace of her country sau 'he person " admire the most is my mother. 0ow " have the blac& belt. to &now their philosophy of life Acontrol of themselves. 4ou beg the . another guy 9 changing from sad. to &now how they lived on the 3&inawa island. " also admire my mother because she is always busy doing things for me and my brothers and spends a lot of her time doing things for my school. reali2es and analy2es self and other:s actions. things changed. the speed. and a close friend of EC years. "f my friends and " had an argument at school. . emotional. the history. . paranoid of others negative actions and repercusions towards him. and she is capable of achieving anything that she sets her heart and mind to do. =. and a friend of over a year that " sometimes wish would -ust chill out. and achieved so much. E. " would tell my mom and she would help me solve it. she would help me with them.
>ach . encouraging you to plan special times for your family and to &eep 1hrist the central focus of your holiday celebrations. >%ample $ student is late handing in an essay. $dvertisers are one sided and there is no balance.. "t:s about desire of doing what you want. G Felation5 information will be relevant to the sub-ect matter of the conversation in hand.$ person is re-ected when he seats in a corner of a street.o what? . G (anner5 things will be presented in a way that enables others to understand and with aligned non9verbal language. and sharing traditions with loved ones. >verybody can wor& in a way or another... >ach year. +ere $'" staff from across the country share the traditions and holiday ideas that have meant a lot to their families. . "f he is willing to succeed. robably my favorite 1hristmas tradition growing up was doing $dvent together as a family the four wee&s prior to December 2=. Watch the body language Biletul 31 0ot really.sing it ersuade by omitting information. we all hang our own ornaments on the tree. robe for detail. Biletul 15 'he 1hristmas season is a time for celebrating the gift of Iesus 1hrist. .'hat:s not true. With 1hristmas music playing in the bac&ground.he will succeed despite his <problems<. "t all depends on the person who has a disability.se e%cuses. 3ne of my favorite holiday traditions is the decorating of the 1hristmas tree. Woffle. until all the candles were lit. li&e other < normal< people do. or a grocery store as&ing for money because he has difficulties in wor&ing. $ll adverts are designed to ma&e us buy their tat.. a person deliberately brea&s one of the four conversational ma%ims5 G Huantity5 "nformation given will be full Aas per e%pected by the listenerB and without omission. 3ur tree has never had one 8 . 'hey approach the lecture trembling and weeping.ee& corroborating evidence. G Huality5 information given will be truthful and correct. Defending Huestion what you are told. reaching out to others. 'hey want your money? "n order to persuade or deceive. #amily time at 1hristmas can create some of life’s most precious memories? >ven simple activities can carry a lot of meaning and greatly impact the lives of your children. especially you find yourself changing your mind as a result..unday we gathered around the table and lit a candle in the $dvent wreathJone candle for each wee&. we en-oy hot apple cider and molasses coo&ies as we decorate. it would have to be manipulation.no. $person with disability isn:t re-ected when he shows to the world that he can realise the same things li&e others. going off the sub-ect and confusing the other person. telling untruths. !e economical with the truth. (anipulation. saying how they have -ust been dumped by their long9term partner and forgot to hand in the essay Athey had done it in time.ince advertisers don:t supply any of the adverse information of their products. . honestly?B.
#rom a simple e9mail to the comple% world of virtual communities. e%cept maybe Khodgepodge’? 4et. this will have a deleterious effect as young people try to display some violent and aggressive behaviour that they visuali2e in the screen. due to the speed Biletul 5 " strongly believe that movies and television have a great influence in people:s behaviour.particular theme. with stories and memories tuc&ed into every branch love 1hristmas? " love the smells of balsam. which will create a sense of dependency and 'he "nternet allows you to &eep in touch with family and friends. " thin& it’s one of the most beautiful trees of all.!ut sometimes young people get influenced by these scenes.'hey get a false impression that they too should live their life the way people live in foreign movies. >ach country or region has its own culture and it is necessary to preserve them in order to e%hibit cultural diversity to the future generations. the "nternet has lulled people with its novelty and convenience.'hey tend to change themseves according to what they see. the sounds of 1hristmas hymns. eople all around the world brea& the boundaries of time.o there is a need to loo& into this matter and to obtain a suitable solutions to such problems. . it is a lot faster than snail mail.. . #irstly. the participants of the chat rooms only use words to communicate with each other6 the participants are unable to see the non9verbal cues that are an integral part of face9to9face communication.nli&e face9to9 face communication though.uic&ly. andJmost of all Jthe faces of friends and family? "t is one of the most wonderful times of the year Biletul 13 'he "nternet allows people to &eep in closer touch with distant family members and friends.econdly. 'he main group of people who are attracted to the television and movies are the the teenagers.ometimes. *i&e many technologies. $lso. 'he internet is replacing vital day9to9day human interactions. >ven though e9mail is informal. Biletul 10 9 .'here are a lot of programs and scenes that are being broadcasted in televisions and movies that might not confirm to the mindset of the local society. distance and identity by conversing with one another in various chat rooms. "t is an undeniable fact that most people in the world have access to either a televison or a cinema theatre and do ma&e use of them at a regular basis. 'hey can obtain current and up9to9the9minute information. the "nternet allows people to communicate with each other..'his is the group that is most susceptible to change. 'hese are some of the ways in which people:s behaviour can be afftected by mass media such as television and movies. 'he "nternet also allows people to access rich educational and cultural resources that are otherwise unavailable to most people or may ta&e much longer to locate at the library. and to find information .'hey often try to emulate what they see on screen and in order to be a hero themselves.'his might destroy the native practces and customs which is highly undesired.ome of the ways in which such media can affect people are stated below."t is not uncommon to see young people try to mimic the stunts and heroic deeds performed by their idols or role9models on screens..
nited . >ven " was con. $nd now. 'hin& about all those fan9clubs full of people eager to &now everything about you. $ll this being said. 0ow " wonder and as& myself5 8+ow is possible that this talisman was not burned?7 .. 'here is the possibility that this talisman should have belonged to one of the witches. loves you and even worships you ? 4ou are in the eyes and heart of the media all the time. 1hildren wish to be li&e you when they grow up. " would li&e to see the . the unfortunate. " understood that the talisman was found at a crossroad where. (oreover. being declared as witches. any style you may adopt pro-ects you in the field of fashion settlers. for one. their hero.uallt. "sn:t that great ? $part from that. " ta&e the talisman and hold it in my hand and the feeling goes away. with very long time ago. teen9 agers tend to imitate you and adults admire your atitude. your travel all over the world and you can see even the remotest corners of this planet. (ost of them are &nown ti be charitable and helping the poor. the women with supernatural powers were burn." would li&e to visit the . even for one day.. but also people will love you even more. every one dreams to become a famous person. " would li&e to eat a real hotdog and go to a ... and people may have a contact with them through your eyes. e. Why it attracted me? " can’t e%plain that but " felt li&e every tiny part of my body was full of heat. following me and have a glimpse of the beauty abroad "t is said that celebrities own a lot of money and en-oys lu%ury. to have fun and rela% in #lorida and to ma&e new friends or to go to 'e%as and visit Dallas.uperbowl match and " would li&e to see the daily life of the $mericans. #rom what my mum told me.tatue of *iberty.hould it be a captive force inside the talisman? (y s&in shivers only when " thin& of this. >very single statement you ma&e is seen as a new law. ". it:s impossible not to consider all the advantages that the celebrity en-oys. inherited by my mum from my grandmother had something strange that attracted me from the first time " saw it... Biletul 22 . 'hey are able to fulfill all their dreams and other people:s wishes. the sic&.. not only that you feel great by doing this. Iust imagine yourself in such a position. showing your feelings and compassion to those who really need it. would be honored to &now this and accomplish the wishes of so many people who cannot otherwise ma&e this dream come true.uered by heat. $nd.tep by step you have become a role model for them.tarting from an early age up to the end of our lives. everybody &nows you . $nd this is true. #antastic? 'he e%perience was repeating. luc& and amny responsibilities involved. the s&yscrapers in 0ew 4or&. 'hen " thought it is a simple coincidence but the curiosity to discover if it is a magic talisman made me hold it once again in my hand. they will surely appreciate it a lot and turn you into a &ind of hero .tates of $merica one day. . every time when "’m covered in pessimism. " cannot stop thin&ing about all the advantages "have mentioned above and dreaming to be such a person. eager to predict and comment on your actions. or at least. to go to Washington to see the White +ouse. 'his way. but still. $nd from then. they would travel with me trough the cameras. " thin& that this is what really ma&es you feel great and important . to visit the )rand 1anyon on horsebac&. it’s mine@ Biletul 23 10 . half of it Biletul 29 'he talisman under the shape of a cat eye.. everybody is watching you. "t:s true that there is a lot of hard wor&.
"n this way you can ma&e two things at the same time and that is to combine useful things with pleasure. but " can say L0o7 to you. "mprovement means better and the real improvements have -ust begun.uantity of stress. $nother efficient method is a diet that must be respected. you have to eat properly and none of the less ma&e a little sport. (a&ing sport not only puts your muscles in movement. but also releases yourself from a big . $t the first sight you say 8"t’s too much to handle7."t’s not a shame to go to a gym and have a few e%tra &ilos. Mery soon " hope the world will be again a green planet. 'he cars will be in the near future electric wich " thin& it’s the best thing. We must ta&e from them what is best and try to change their bad side. li&e it was before the industry appeared.Awho probably believe these theorys5 they arent conspiratorsB .o we could switch to alternatives but powerful influences are bloc&ing and ignoring alternativesAat there own e%pense in the futureB because it would be a significant sacrifice for them to change their practices. Biletul 12 "n all our life we meet persons which differ a lot from us. "n conclusion. We can see this in their personality and reali2e that they have been in a different world than us and they see life differently. Biletul 6 11 . $nd all this gases. "t’s not neccessary to go to a gym. " thin& the technological basis for improved standards of living is causes environmental damage. 'hough damage is caused to the natural world because of corparations attempting to fulfill demand the main threats are the stripping of rainforests and carbon footprints. "t is very nice to meet such people Biletul 3 can’t approve this? $nd " don’t thin& that these are improvements as long as they are damaging the world. because the old cars but even some of the new ones do a lot of damage to the nature because of the gases. you can -ust go for a ride with your bi&e or -ogging. +ow? roper food is the &ey word. either nice or in a bad shape."t is said that sport is the way in which your body can be &ept healthy and full of life. and the air we breathe will be truly clear. What does this mean? 'he meal hours must be respected and the food must consist of vegetables and fruits because these are rich in vitamins. if you want to be healthy. and evacuates in the atmosphere all &ind of to%ic gases. " thin& that the salience of carbon fuels and practices which damage the environment ase caused by5 'he drive for profits 'he power of oil corporations 'he ideologies generated by powerful corporations to suppress the calling for alternatives and ma&e people deny global warming. " admire my >nglish teacher because " always li&ed to see how others try to do their best in all they do and try to give others a helping hand in the creation of the man that everyone wants us to become. We have anlternative resources but we dont use them. "t is good at least once a day to have time to do sport.$ll can be solved through will and of course sport. if there won’t be any ma-or improvements will soon destroy our precious earth. $nd there are many other things that wor& with fosile fuel wich burns.
When " was 1D years old. $nd it is. allowing a supermall to be built.o you had better send your money to the ban& you believe in. huge par&s.. were inscribed with te%ts as <" am the tree no. "n my opinion. malls. if you are ill or lose your -ob. rent and for the fun things as vacations. We have an wonderful mayor. rin&s. it:s very right for me to say grades encourage students to learn. "n addition. as a form of protest. nor to buy antthing from that mall. 4ou can find almost everything in my town5 leisure centres. 4our only duty is go to wor& and earn money. he did a very serious mista&e5 he didn:t ree-ct teh aide of some bussinessmen to deforest an important area from the nearby par&. and that grade tells students how good and how hard did they wor& last semester. eople don:t save money for the future . it is clear and lively< " was so happy and at that moment. you will live a dull life. cinemas. would be that mall. being replaced with par&ing lots and the mall itself.. "t:s good to en-oy a small amount of money when you earn it and save a larger amount of money for the future. because. " recall my first >nglish lesson was very intersting.ea. and " wrote about my dear cat. who " d li&e vanished. 'ry giving yourself a gift when you earn money. my father sent me to an >nglish class..you can pay school fees for them. they can apply for the higher programmes easier and further on. if there is something that " would really li&e to change in my beautiful town. they should use a small amount of it to do what they want." live in a very beautiful town.. 12 . " thought that " was not bad at >nglish. ":m sure that it:s very fun? 3therwise.niversity anymore. (oreover. 'he trees whici were condemn to fell. "t:s difficult to thin& of something that " would change. have been chopped. it is also useful to find a suitable -ob. doing what people want can help them rela% absolutely.you will have money to manage your life. go camping with their friends. $nd you even lend your friends money when they are in trouble.. 0ow a serious part of the par& who it used to be so lively and beautiful. at present. Well. >nglish became my favourit sub-ect at school.. would be very happy to get good grades so in my opinions. last year. if you don:t en-oy your money when you earn it. then naturely. who is loved by everybody. $t a glance. "t was the story at the primary school. "t was terrible sad to watch that. 'he teacher as&ed me to write something about my hobbies. teachersdo not give many mar&s in . When people earn money. by almost everybody. she gave me a good mar& with the comment that5 <4our made a good essay. all the students e%pect to get good grades because with good grades they can have a good diploma after graduation. placed at the shore of the !lac& . " decided neither to visit.they could have problems. and " will die soon<. rela%ation.1=/.. it loo&s li&e a perfect place to live in. 'he dwellers therefore were very upset by this decision. " was the youngest pupil in the class. parties. supermar&ets. have a party with their family. Biletul 7 (any people spend all of their money when they earn it wastefully. pubs. or a boycott. !ut they must to pay attention not to spend too much.When you are old and your children still go to school. clubs. 'herefore. but other li&e to save their money for the future..with your earnings. 'hey can spend money for entertainment. resorts. theaters etc. Biletul 8 t:s obviously right that all the students. We only get final grades a semester. and protests too& place. buy a small thing for themselves.. so bored? "t:s good to budget money for necessities as clothing. give them energy and inspiration to do their -ob better. 0ormally..
the teacher can clearly master the status of each student study through grades. #or instance. especially for the students with poor grades..o " thin&. "n additon to . for sure i will choose to live in the past . in my point of view. "t can help students reali2e their talents and find out their disadvantages.. he wrote< "n school.ome people en-oy their modern life and can not imagine that they can live in an older life. tennis. "t has been argued that mar&s could ma&e some students stressful. teach him it is far more honorable to fall than to cheat. !y grades. my parents always helped me figure out the reason and help me go through it. (oreover " would have the right to laugh or to cry at any time and in any place. but to be successful in life. but no one had all the talent.. What a &id have deeply in his heart is clearly e%pressed on his face. " have three reasons to proof my choice. Without grades. good grades really help to encourage student to learn. #inally. #urthermore. such as baseball. grades can encourge students to learn. #urthermore. #rom my e%perience. #or e%ample. only through grades can parents understand how their child:s performance in the study. " had more confidence on my study. and they are 6sent bac& to that time. i would have all my sweet memories with my first e%periences. as research on the education indicated that grades could let students clearly understand their performance and let them &now their advantage and disadvantage. live with my late grandfather. (oreover. 'here are varity of arguments among students and teachers.+owever. While others believe that the living in the past would be more suitable for them. 'each to have faith in his own ideas. when " had a poor performance in some courses. as soon as being a student. "t is a important topic because it concerns with the method how we educate effectively our students.o that " would not have to hide my real emotions. +owever. i would not have to thin& about resposibilities or remember any 13 . the teacher can give different advice to different student. how could students &now what talent they really have? )rades is the indicator of students: ability to master the &nowledge. the childhood is the age of the beautiful innocence. #or e%ample. and in my primary school. 'here is no doubt that. . to be happy let learn and wor& with the sound of your heart.twenty years ago in my chidhood. it is not only getting good grades which encourages students to learn. becoming a good person is far more important than becoming -ust a good grades collector.niversity but it is more important to learn how to e%cept the bad grades. 'here is also the old friends i shared with them alot of unforgetable days . " agree with the idea that grades encourage students to learn. "n a letter written by $braham *incoln to the +eadmaster of a school in which his son was studying. !y grades. have no resposibilities. "t is important to learn to achieve good grades in the . "n conclusion.. such as mathmatics. $s for me. physics6 the others may li&e atheletic. $lso. without grades. i was more lin&ed to my parents and my brothers as i was spending much more time with them . how could a student clearly understand themselves? Biletul 9 . even if everyone tells him he is wrong< . the teacher can understand ach student:s talent. some students may be good at logic thin&ing. Whether grades could encourage students to learn has been argued for a while. "f a student learnt hard -ust for getting a good grade he would never become an e%cellent student indeed. in that time. >ach time " went through this difficulty. " would restor my old memories. >very one had talent.
"n a nut shell.. going bac& to the past is a very good idea. who 14 .tates gives you all the fruits of the world in one nice &o&tail. every state has its own differnt laws and legislations.indeed. " could live with my grandfather. some of people are not intrested in visiting foreign countries. " have three reasons to proof my choice.but when you grow up. you can meet many varieties of peoples. we was the warm corner in my life. fact visible even by $ristotle Aeven before >picurusB. .. you will &now that . we were always wishing to become older. Feally. #riendship is a human characteristic.. Biletul 11 8'rue friendship is a plant of slow growth.$ is the biggest and the most civili2ed in the world. and they are6 big country. "n contrast. and must undergo and withstand the shoc&s of adversity. #or all that i wish he could be with me all my life . " am loo&in forward to see every place in this huge world.ues and churches. and meeting many all varieties of people. $s he learned me alot and gave me my first lessons in the life. . from the most e%teriori2ed ways to the most e%pressed in vulgarly language. that means i would not have my daily routine that i am living now . in my opinion.uent thing is friendship. would benefit more from the earlier life . !esides i would not have to worry about the money and my e%penses. diffrent cultures. before it is entitled to the appellation. it was your best days. 4ou may have your lunch in "talian resturant while ta&e your dinner in "ndian food court. 'hirdly.imultaneously. "nspite of. "n fact. "n our days we assist very often at negative forms of friendship manifestation.tates you can feel the smell of the old history in its museums and some old buildings. huge population and different civili2ations. all of them live peacefulliy with each other. it has the many big cities.7 )eorge Washington "n all that tal&ing with the teen9agers from all over the world. #irstly. 0ot only he was my grandfather but also he was my best friend. !esides.nited . "n addition to. 1ertainly. in . . when we were younger. (oreover i cann:t forget till now our early trips and going to fishing in the sunny days. Despite the large number of nationalities and religions.tates of $merica. you can see an ama2ing style of creative interaction between all these &inds of people there."n another words . you can find also the latest technology and the highrest levels of moderni2ation. tha larege number of mos. you can see there all colors such as 0igros. the most fre. " would li&e alot to live in such big and crowded cities that has a huge number of people. 0ewyor& and Washington. it is the only country that have big area. $lso if i have the chance to do that. +owever. (oreover. "n fact i would thin& only in -oy and having fun with my peers. $sians and 1aucasians. While you are move from state to another. (ay be some people prefer their modern life with all its advatages for them. (ay be. such as. you feel that you are in different country not in different state. Biletul 10 "f have the chance to visit a foreign country. lac& of responsibilities and duties and finally living with my lovely grandfather. . i:ll choose to visit . thet would be the most beautiful -ourney in my life. $lso. for sure. #urthermore. "n a nutshell. $ctually that was my dream since fifteen years.duties. !ecause of his &indness " loved him alot. the united .i would be rela%ed and forget the stress life .!ecause that was all my sweet days .ince.
During the long way to the destination. don’t be a selfish person. #riendship helps to bring peace and positivism to the globe.. wor& colleagues. &eep your promises. a person whom one &nows. only half price of a normal tic&et. . "n the dictionary. 3f course. . 'hose are the most common tips of how to be a true friend5 treat your friends the way you want to be treated. 15 . Whenever " want to go outside for a travel. the need to be a friend? 3r is it -ust an enduring tie that bonds you together. ":m afraid. one way or another. a capacity of the human being to refer him self on others. even if he/she has all the fortunes in the whole world. " have enough time to tal& with strangers sitting beside me. such as buses. it doesn’t spea&s of the years that a friendship endures. inside and outside.. $s a student. +owever. "n conclusion... what sometimes can be a lifelong relationship? "s it mutual admiration. and stic& up for your friend. sympathi2es with. 'rue friendship is based on mutual confidence and spirit of sacrifice. li&e and trust 2. >n-oy them? 1elebrate them? $nd never ta&e them for granted.. my beloved choice is going by train.o then what is this magic called #riendship? "s there a magic wand that silently transforms you and those special people on a -ourney into. a person with whom one is allied in a struggle or cause6 comrade D. friend noun is5 1. #riendship is one mind in two bodies. traveling by train is also a cheaper choice when compared with other means of transportation.. underneath one appearance or another. si2e and guises5 school friends... 'here’re two main reasons why " choose the train. not in one deceptive &ind of way. or patroni2es a group E. siblings. common interests. without misrepresenting it.. one who supports. neighbors. li&e in a mirror. 'herefore.ociali2ing has proven health benefits.econd. trains. the support.presumed that 8nobody can live without friends.. traveling by train can help me save much money.. #riendships are precious -ewels.7 Biletul 14 0owadays we can choose one means of transportation from many &inds of tools. partners.. understanding and comfort a friend can offer or the anguish you cannot escape from when a friend is dying. the human &ind must loo& at themselves. so spend time with your friends. always tell your friend the true. &eep secrets that are told to you. "’d li&e to travel by train instead of other means of transportation. "n this way. 'reat them as such.7 #riendship is also a manifestation form of self &nowledge. pay attention when your friend is tal&ing with you.. #irst. $ugust the Drd is the "nternational #riendship Day for most of the nations in the world. traveling by train may not only ma&e me have a happy chat with other people but also help me save a lot of money. allows you to almost thin& as one and gives you one of life’s greatest -oys. ull out all the stops and let your friend &now they are truly appreciated. but who reflects correctly his personality. . an ac. the laughter that fills the air when friends are together. traveling by train offers me a valuable chance to encounter new friends. "t’s distinguished by devotion and by respecting the given word.. my favorite one is -ust by train.trong friendships may be the most important stress9fighter you have. ships and planes. share things with your friend. time to recogni2e your friends and their contribution to your life. "t will add a piece of -oyful memory to my trip. 'he dictionary. #riends come in many shapes. it is especially proper for me to travel by train because " can buy a tic&et suitable for students.uaintance 'he dictionary ma&es one small omission too. cannot begin to define the word5 friend. 8$ real friend is one who wal&s in when the rest of the world wal&s out. .
. #ocus on these foundational factors. because you don:t have to convince your brain that that:s what you gotta do Ait already &nowsB. +ow to lead a healthy life5 eight vital components of living healthy to focus on. one person can impact the entire world. -ust do this. $nd then the magic occurs. 4ou are one hundred percent capable of ta&ing part in healthy living. have convinced and conditioned you that to become healthy is a complicated tas&. idealistic outcome. 'hat gift is the freedom to decide "# you want to be healthier or less healthy. adding to droves of innocent. !efore you &now it. +aving a healthy life can be narrowed down to handful of &ey components. a wee& will have passed. but unsure e%actly how to get there. self replicating path that continues to reward you the longer you stay on it. good intentioned individuals constantly see&ing improvement and who want to feel better. and can proactively see& it. 'hen do that. debun&ing the myths and giant hair9ball of misinformation that has plagued the internet. . simple twea&s in your lifestyle is all it ta&es to get on the cumulative. you don:t have to solve world hunger overnight 9 -ust one decision.uestion. 0ow. one day at a time. what you did those 2/ previous days -ust got a whole lot easier.Biletul 16 +ow 'o *ead $ +ealthy *ife "f you could become healthier in an instant. 4ou decide which you want. "magine.imply apply small positive changes. or turning life:s routine into a chore. becoming healthier does not mean giving up all the things you love. yet have had difficulty ma&ing such a decision <stic&< for the long term. 4ou possess it now. Decide now to improve -ust a little bit. 'hen two wee&s. $nd from the point on. a yes or no decision at that. Despite common beliefs. Femember. $t 21 days all those little tiny steps have transformed themselves into what your brain now defines as a habit. -ust for yourself. 16 . you have what it ta&es to be healthier. 1hoose to be healthier and ":ll give you the roads map how to get there. living without sinful flavors. 'hus. $d-ust what doesn:t wor& and ma&e it better. 3nce you ma&e the decision to feel better and be better. 4ou are in control and have been gifted with the one thing needed to achieve such a healthy. literally. 'he fact is it:s not. if you have to convince or motivate yourself to stic& to it. 'he even better news is that this is not roc&et science. 4ou:ve bro&en through your brain:s resistance to change. allow me to remove one of the mental obstacles for most wanting to live healthy. one little .pecifically. often are misunderstood stic&y points that carry much more weight than deserved. "f you have the smidgen of will power it ta&es to answer -ust. without the dread of having to give up all the temptations and desires that seemingly have prevented you from actively participating in healthy living. would you choose to be more healthy or less? 'he most common stumbling bloc&s for people who want to be more healthy. and it now &nows what you:ve been doing for the last 2/ days is part of the <norm<. what 43. and trac& your noticeable improvements. $nd the even better news is that it does get easier. ":m afraid too many fol&s. can do. if you want to change the world. as crystal clearly as " can state this. the -ourney of 1/// miles begins with -ust one step. ":ve eliminated your need to thin& about how to do it anymore. being bored. often with the hidden agenda of lining their poc&ets with your misdirection. 'iny steps in the right direction add up to big steps in the right direction. "n other words.
uccessfully *ead $ +ealthy *ife Biletul 17 'rue happiness lies in the psychic. be elevated in his outer social position to that of the e%alted characters. $s a ne%t step ta&e an ordinary positive event li&e serving meals.uality of their performance very high. even at its best. if you ac. 'he importance of that psychological s&ill will be self9 evident. *"#> can ta&e you sooner or later to that level. laced as you are at your middle level.ut 4our >nergy "nto 'hese Mital "ngredients "f 4ou Want 'o .$. $s the collector:s post has limited powers. . !y learning to treat ordinary events as events of great felicity. Biletul 20 17 . ma&ing all life one of eternal -oy. life . >%perienced persons can raise the . )oing to that centre and living the outer human life from there will fill us with felicity. 'a&e the most ordinary negative event li&e a wordy . enthralling. 'he lac& of them will be sorely evident when we e%amine ourselves &eenly. 1reating a fund of natural inner goodness. our daily actions. intense human sentiments. $ wor& e%ists at several levels of s&ills. at the top of the world. When a writer of a te%t boo& comes down from his professional pedestal and teaches at a primary level. $t two ends. 'he post has its own limitations by its level. our inmost feelings. "t is easy to see how by being good9mannered this can be avoided. ac.1 class. seasoned. ursuing the argument further. "f we bring a willingness to ma&e that change or changes. endowments of the highest consciousness.uire the de%terity of a higher level -ob. not the content. from the low crude completion of utility to highly professional e%ecution of a graceful act. profound. While you are at a lower -ob. possessing the talent to handle the ripe goodness of heart and sentiment so as to let it distribute itself across the family. $ collector:s wor& can be done by a ran& promoted officer with care and responsibility6 a secretary of the department at an advanced stage to complete his term as collector may come down for a short period as a collector and his e%ecution of the collector:s chores will be that of a mature. 3ne can ma&e an e%periment for that purpose. !ut neither the collector nor the professor can do at his post of duty more than what the post permits.uire with patience and practice in humble circumstances too. we can easily discover the values of talents for being genuinely pleasant to another. it will soon be evident that with rich inner fullness. especially our motivations from this point of view. sublime in content. the teaching will be full of pith and substance. we find ourselves at some middle level. capacity to ma&e others happy are values rarely found. you will move to a life position where all events begin to yield high felicity. !y itself. these e%alted characteristics are welcome and laudable. if you can ac. talents.uarrel at home. we lac& the outer s&ill of polite manners and find it difficult to e%press the inner good in an outer act of goodness. if these e%tremes e%ist. 'o loo& at ourselves. 'hese are. capacity to e%press that happiness. has limited scope of receptivity. 1apacity to be happy. speed and de%terity.1 what he can teach at the level of (. (other can ta&e you to that high level at once. " shall start with an analogy.uiring social s&ills that e%press it. the .uires painsta&ingly these traits in the humblest of circumstances will. !y an effort of e%pansive goodness bordering on generosity of selfless emotion. that is desirable too. 3ne who ac. endowments. we can at once &now what we should do. and being endowed with a capacity for inner generosity that is infectiously sweet are things one can ac. 'he professor cannot teach in .uic&ly move you to the level to which your s&ill belongs.uire the endowment of any higher level. it is easy to see how this flat moment can be made into an occasion of rich interchange. in fact. accomplishment.upposing we succeed here. e%perienced administrator with grace. life can turn from one of dull neutrality to one of intense -oy. "f they can also elevate one:s position. 'he collector cannot e%ercise higher powers than his post permits. by virtue of them. capacities. 'hey are found only in e%alted characters. or inner divine.
. any style you may adopt pro-ects you in the field of fashion settlers.... and people may have a contact with them through your eyes. teen9 agers tend to imitate you and adults admire your atitude. >very single statement you ma&e is seen as a new law. but still.my life change when my great aunt died in her nurseing home bac& in N9D/91OOO at the age of ON they told us on the phone that she had passed away on the bedroom floor at the nurseing home in she was so wee& that she suffcated her self from being to wee& to pull away from the pillow but till this day i thin& they were hideing something from us in finally after all theses years she has been gone are lawyer that has been investigating this matter found out that she was murder in her room in her bed in that she had a bro&e pelvis bone in her struggle . (oreover.. it:s impossible not to consider all the advantages that the celebrity en-oys. they will surely appreciate it a lot and turn you into a &ind of hero . even for one day. $nd this is true. " cannot stop thin&ing about all the advantages "have mentioned above and dreaming to be such a person. every one dreams to become a famous person.. "t:s true that there is a lot of hard wor&.. 'hin& about all those fan9clubs full of people eager to &now everything about you. $ll this being said. but also people will love you even more. loves you and even worships you ? 4ou are in the eyes and heart of the media all the time. their hero.tarting from an early age up to the end of our lives.uallt. 'his way. your travel all over the world and you can see even the remotest corners of this planet. half of it? 18 . or at least.tep by step you have become a role model for them. eager to predict and comment on your actions. showing your feelings and compassion to those who really need it. 'hey are able to fulfill all their dreams and other people:s wishes. everybody &nows you .. e. the sic&. following me and have a glimpse of the beauty abroad "t is said that celebrities own a lot of money and en-oys lu%ury. would be honored to &now this and accomplish the wishes of so many people who cannot otherwise ma&e this dream come true. . ".. 1hildren wish to be li&e you when they grow up. $nd now. everybody is watching you.. for one. "sn:t that great ? $part from that. " thin& that this is what really ma&es you feel great and important . Iust imagine yourself in such a position. (ost of them are &nown ti be charitable and helping the poor.. not only that you feel great by doing this. in my father that passed away for having cancer in the brain he had his PNth birthday on 1/91D9 2//= he died one wee& later on 1/92/92//= in his sleep at =am i was very sad for him dying in all but was happy for him that he did not suffer any more toQQQQQ this was the bad that happen to my life this is good that happen to my life my grandaughter was born into this world on december 12th 2//P it was the happys tome in my life seeing her being born in to the world in of course my 2 chilren being born in this world in being married to the same wife for over 2/ years in still growing strong in biletul 22 ... the unfortunate. they would travel with me trough the cameras. luc& and amny responsibilities involved..