BC: The End
FC: A Psychology project by Erica Dunkelberger | Narcissism at its Finest.
1: Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is out light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves: Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightening about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are meant to shine, as children do. We were born to manifest the glory of God that is within us. It is not just in some of us; it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others. Marianne Williamson
2: This is my immediate family. My grandmothers, my parents, my brother and I. My brother and I share genetic traits like my mom's nose and my dad's lips. We all inherited firey attitudes straight from the grandmothers.
3: The family tree.
4: Environmental influences? Really?
7: Babble, babble, no-nonsense babble. Random phonemes fade. One-word, two-word, and telegraphic speech. Grammar rules and exceptions. Semantics develop, meaning is clear. Syntax is structure, diction is style. Language. A hot commodity that never goes out but changes with trends and time. It helps us think, fashions who we are. Or does who we are fashion how we speak? Each region has a style uniquely their own some very similar, and others not. But it's who we are, it's a part of us. Language.
8: Monocular cues are crucial to perception. One such cue is called Relative Size. We can see this cue in the rose buds in the midground. One is smaller than the other, so we can assume the smaller of the two is farther away. A second monocular cue is Interposition. The blooming rose is blocking the other rose plants so we can assume that it is in front of the others. | Another monocular cue is Relative clarity. Because of the distance and atmosphere between the lens and the trees, they appear slightly hazy. A final monocular cue is texture gradient. In the foreground of the photo, we can see the grass distinctly. As you look further into the picture, however, the grass becomes finer and less defined.
10: Intrinsic motivation. | Chambersburg Project | Building a wheelchair ramp | Repairing a deck
11: Philippines Missions Trip. | Building a church.
12: ISFJ: Introverted 11%, Sensing 62%, Feeling 62%, Judging 1%. This means that I am a slightly expressed introvert, distinctively expressed with both a sensing and feeling personality, and a slightly expressed judging personality. | Myer-Briggs Personality Test
13: ISFJ are characterized by their desire to serve others. they are very and personally loyal to friends, especially if the relationship is a long one. They are very hard working and giving, and do not want to burden anyone with their own personal problems. This often expresses itself in unexplained moodiness. They are known as protectors and find deep value in family and tradition. They are also driven to complete any task they start.
14: This song is about the Iraqi war. It describes the horrors seen there by American troops. The song is bitter, and although it is not about PTS, it is a memory of the war that certainly causes Post-Trauma Shock. | A hero of war. yeah that's what I'll be and when I come home, they'll be damn proud of me. I"ll carry this flag to the grave if I must Because it's a flag that I love and a flag that I trust | Hero of War by Rise Against. Post-Trauma Shock Syndrome
15: He said, "Son have you seen the world? Well what would you say, if I said that you could? Just carry this gun, you'll even get paid." I said, "That sounds pretty good." Black leather boots, spit shined so bright. They cut off my hair but it looked alright. We marched and we sang, we all became friends, as we learned how to fight. I kicked in the door, I yelled my commands. The children they cried, but I got my man. We took him away, a bag over his face, from his family and his friends. They took off his clothes, they pissed in his hands. I told them to stop, and then I joined in. We beat him with guns, and batons not just once, but again and again. She walked through bullets and haze, I told her to stop, I begged her to stay. But she pressed on so I lifted my gun and fired away. The shells jumped through the smoke and into the sand that the blood now had soaked. She collapsed with a flag in her hands, a flag white as snow. A hero of war, is that what they see? Just metals and scars, so damn proud of me. And I brought home that flag, now it gathers dust, but it's a flag that I love, it's the only flag I trust. He said, "Son, have you seen the world? Well what would you say if I said that you could?
16: I've reached a point in my life where it is no longer necessary to impress. If they like me the way I am, thank you. If they don't, too bad. Corazon Aquino