All individuals and groups must abideth through in one way
Anguish is an aspect of existence which all individuals and groups must abideth through in one way. Refugee crises are an example of this suffering and in today’s world it appears to me that no such crisis is better deserving of its title as the Rohingya Crisis is. The layers of anguish go back to the era of World War II; however, the issue is most pressing and urgent now more than ever. The Rohingyas are an ethnic, linguistic, and religious group residing in the Rakhine State of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The nation has labeled those of the people group as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh to justify their ethnic expulsion.
Humanity has the tendency
Humanity has the tendency to interchange their perception with reality. In his comedic play A Midsummer Night's Dream, William Shakespeare explores the subject of contrast between perception and reality. The play takes place both in the city of Athens and a forest in the outskirts of the city. Two fairies, Titania and Oberon, rule the woodland creatures in the forest. Along the fairies remains a mischievous jester and hobgoblin named Puck, who is always up to no good. Within the play, there is another play itself to be performed by a group referred to as the Mechanicals at a wedding between the main characters of the play.
Westward Expansion Manifest Destiny: the belief that the expansion of the US throughout the American continents was both justified and inevitable. In the 1800’s, America believed that it was their duty to expand west and create more opportunities and get more land. The Chinese, The Mexican-American War, and the purchase of the Oregon Country all helped America all helped America expand West. By the end of Westward’s Expansion in America, the country moved closer to the ideal of opportunity, by Oregon Country, The Mexican-American War, and the Chinese. As the west were beginning to settle, new opportunities to form from the purchase of the Oregon Country. America found a path to the Pacific Ocean and found it to expand and gain economic benefits.