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S: The World From One's View By:Justin Velvick

BC: Everyone has their own view... | Wherever we look upon this earth, the opportunities take shape within the problems. -Nelson A. Rockefeller | On life

FC: The World From One's View | By: Justin Velvick

1: I dedicate this book to my family | The acts of this life are the destiny of the next. -Eastern Proverb | I failed my way to success. -Thomas Edison

2: Table of Contents | PG.1 PG.2 PG.3 PG.4 PG.5 PG.6 | Big Hours Self Pictures Effects from Technology Effects from Technology (cont.) Computers Computers

3: PG.7 PG.8 PG.9 PG.10 PG.11 PG.12 | The Day The Day Inside Me Self Interests To mom letter To mom letter

4: Big Hours One day Is longer than you think Staring at the Never changing clock My head and heart And Over and over again One day Contains more head turns Than other’s Looking at the transformed tree on your desk Back to the clock The simple 60 minute Essay Turns into big, Hours | One day 24 big hours After another The less you stare Or glare, 24 big hours Can become a fun filled, Quick day of fun!

6: Computers have had one of the most biggest parts in changing our country. If you have a computer, you have access to the entire world basically. The news, questions. television, videos, games, and even the newspaper! If you’re in need of entertainment the computer can save the day, which includes movies, games, television shows, and even littler things. Everything is on the computer now, with just the click of a mouse! Computers provide useful information online that can support our everyday lives. Baseball games are updated to the minute, that’s the same with football, basketball, tennis, vollyball. and many, many more. You can look online for a newspaper and read it right off the screen! This saves paper and stops the hassle of going to a nearby store. You can check news websites as well. Dictionary dot com is a variable resource that is on the go for finding words. E-Main is good for business' to connect with each other instantly. Computers have a program called Microsoft Office. It is a bunch of programs that can help for many different reasons; these are a few of those programs. PowerPoint is part of it, it makes presenting to companies a piece of cake. It can be displayed to multiple systems (computers) at once. You have multiple slides to put information on and the add and subtract animations to make it look better than before. Excel can display an infantine number of plans, charts, graphs, etc. Excel gives these things called cells, each cell which has a row and a column, can hold a certain amount of information. Word turns a hard, long to write essay into an on the screen, customizable masterpiece. In this program, you can cut and paste images (pictures) from the internet right onto the page. This is the same for taking pictures at home with your own camera. | Effects from Technology

7: Games are now on the computer for people to use. There are some that can be downloaded off of the internet, and others can be bought at stores and have much higher graphics than the ones off of the internet. Computers can have a lot of games in high definition offline just a flat inserted disk. Games online usually have a little less qualitative work put into them, and unfortunately, have a monthly cost most of the time. Online games have short little stories or adventures to explorer. To make high graphics on a computer and a disk possible, graphic cards help this become a reality. As you can see, computers have had a massive impact on the world as we know it. They are very high valued resources to you and annoying your family. The computer can even save business' with PowerPoint, it can entertain you, and much, much more. Life now is much easier with the click of a mouse! | The future depends on what we do in the present. - Mahatma Gandhi

8: Computers I always looked at typing, And turning away From writing The hot electronic screen Cooking up the room Doesn’t mean Anything to me When I press that little E In the bottom left Begging for me to press it- Opens more than a few Possibilities | In a slide show I click and drag When done I brag, Customizing everything I can, Until I THINK I’m Satisfied with my work But am I? Am I really ever satisfied?

9: Nothing ever has to end For a human’s imagination Even on a computer screen For me, I have- A great imagination | I hunger for new possibilities everywhere On that hot oven screen- Opening thing after thing After thing- Tab after tab, Computer games NEVER Seem to satisfy my hunger for no end- No end of possibilities But, Am I Satisfied? Even on the seeming Endless world Of the web- I see an end, An end to The computer’s imagination

10: The Day Long ago, I adored doing activities outside the walls of a modern day home. That changed faster than high speed internet around a year later. During any baseball game, I always put 100% effort into the good old labor of baseball. In the worn out field half a miles distance from my house, things went great. But fatality was right around the corner. In the autumn 2008, I suddenly felt a very sharp, butcher like stabbing into my left stomach. I suddenly had pitch silence in my head, my eyes blurred out, and I stopped dead in my tracks. I had no idea what this feeling was or where it came from. I was running bases, cutting corners, diving for balls. Now, I’m dead still in the middle of the field crossing my fingers that it would vanish any second. My wish did not come true. Thinking with my knees soaked with the freshly watered grass, why now? Why here? Why now? I smashed my hand through my red baseball uniform feeling the beating of the pain, rushing to my brain. I sat, holding in a pool of fear. Thinking about seeing if there is a cure for the symptoms, thinking that it would all go away. The days past, coming up to my mom on that cool, cloudy, fall day. The feeling of the pictures staring at me, entered right through my scared innocent sole. I waited patiently on our couch, new as a fly. My dam burst and fear spilled out and overcame me as I told my mom, “I want to hang up my glove.” There is no point doing something anymore, if you’ve tried and tried again that you just can’t do it at all. It was so hard to do any physical exercises because of the pain. The next week, my mom told me that she learned a lot of stretches before running, the results were fantastic. I could do everything again! It was still very difficult to run for long periods of time though. This was all very hard to overcome emotionally and physically. Today, I am learning more and more everyday to keep the hammering pain miles away from me. I have a weird situation to this day, as I did in the baseball game, no one is perfect. | The Day Long ago, I adored doing activities outside the walls of a modern day home. That changed faster than high speed internet around a year later. During any baseball game, I always put 100% effort into the good old labor of baseball. In the worn out field half a miles distance from my house, things went great. But fatality was right around the corner. In the autumn 2008, I suddenly felt a very sharp, butcher like stabbing into my left stomach. I suddenly had pitch silence in my head, my eyes blurred out, and I stopped dead in my tracks. I had no idea what this feeling was or where it came from. I was running bases, cutting corners, diving for balls. Now, I’m dead still in the middle of the field crossing my fingers that it would vanish any second. My wish did not come true. Thinking with my knees soaked with the freshly watered grass, why now? Why here? Why now? I smashed my hand through my red baseball uniform feeling the beating of the pain, rushing to my brain. I sat, holding in a pool of fear. Thinking about seeing if there is a cure for the symptoms, thinking that it would all go away.

11: The days past, coming up to my mom on that cool, cloudy, fall day. The feeling of the pictures staring at me, entered right through my scared innocent sole. I waited patiently on our couch, new as a fly. My dam burst and fear spilled out and overcame me as I told my mom, “I want to hang up my glove.” There is no point doing something anymore, if you’ve tried and tried again that you just can’t do it at all. It was so hard to do any physical exercises because of the pain. The next week, my mom told me that she learned a lot of stretches before running, the results were fantastic. I could do everything again! It was still very difficult to run for long periods of time though. This was all very hard to overcome emotionally and physically. Today, I am learning more and more everyday to keep the hammering pain miles away from me. I have a weird situation to this day, as I did in the baseball game, no one is perfect.

12: Inside me is physical rage at the everyday Inside me lies inventiveness Non-stop laughing rages at even the stupidest jokes Inside me lies a speed devil wanting more on anything with a throttle Braces lock up my teeth in an inescapable prison meant for the worst Inside me is a kid for the love of cold white powder in his face fresh of the mountains Pokémon run louse in my brain cluttering it Inside me, a TV lover rages I believe in only what I believe in! | Inside Me Inside me is an overhaul of gardening that never ever stops climbing the fence Is a map of this shining land we call Earth A geek who won’t stop learning Inside me is a self centered beanie Inside me contains loads of war and strategy thoughts A model of the terrifying 6th grade taunting my outside Inside me is salt water from 3/7 oceans Inside me is a nut for video games that won’t let go of the controller

14: This I Believe I believe in technology In no homework In learning in school In human evolution In video games I believe that anything is possible In war and boundaries In independence In fun I believe in tech experts In bowling In baseball In life

15: There is only one success--to be able to spend your life in your own way. -Christopher Morley

16: Dear Mom, You are a big part of my life. You support me in a lot of different ways, and you love and care for me. You do a lot with me and for me.

17: When I get older, you will teach me to drive, we will laugh at how bad I do. The car will scream will worry. You and me will pull through a lot together. Sincerely, Justin Velvick

18: Comment Page | The "Technology Poem" had a lot of true facts about computers, I liked that. | That stuff is going to happen in a lot of mother child lives. "Dear Mom" | I liked the intensity in the "The day" essay with your surprised injury.

19: Interesting things in the "Technology Poem." I did not realize how true that is about computers!

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