Ronnie Michelle Cochran
12 CR 217
Corinth, MS 38834
[email protected] whom it may concern,I would like to thank you for the opportunity to assist you in the immediate need you have shown. I wish for you to consider myself, skills and the ability to adapt I will bring to your office when you bring me on staff. Once given the opportunity to assist at your facility you will be able to tell the drive and work ethics that will bring to your office. I am a driven individual with a mindset of completion and detail. I will help in any facet needed and am a team player that will reach across the, “aisles” to help the entire staff. I look forward to the opportunity to build a career in healthcare administration and know you will be happy when you select me for this position. Through my years in food service organization I have become well equipped to manage the public to make good of bad situations, I have refined my personality in the public setting to be able to resolve personality issues, disgruntled individuals and make them see the good, or brighter side by lifting spirits in tough situations. I have become adapted in working in a fast-paced, high tempo environment and am always looking for a way to make not only the place I work better, but also the people around me happy. I am punctual, goal oriented and meld into the group while still being able to accomplish the tasks at hand. I am family oriented and well rooted in matters of spiritual importance, thus giving me morals and ethics that you will want in your office. When you afford me this opportunity you will find that I’m not just a valuable employee , but someone that will help complete your office needs. Once again, thank you for your consideration of me for your position within your organization. I look forward to helping you and the people you serve. Since my first language was Spanish I will also give you the ability to expedite the Latin population as…

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Commentary essay on why I write
George Orwell in his essay “Why I write”, written in 1946 and published in London, addresses the reasons that made him become a writer and eventually sets four main general principles that are the main drive force for every piece of writing. “I write it because there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention and my initial concern is to get a hearing.” By showing his inner drive to write he portrays a greater picture about writing as he shows how one writes consciously about what concerns one’s feelings and subconscious thinking. The four main principles of writing that Orwell presents in his essay are sheer egoism, aesthetic enthusiasm, historical impulse and political purpose.
In addition for each of these principles the author gives a thorough explanation. Sheer egoism stands as a principle for all the writers that tend to show off their ability to write and to express in a high fashion of writing. Aesthetic enthusiasm stands as a principle for writers which have the desire to share an experience and feelings. Historical impulse stands as a…
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…he mass of people expects him to act that way. As he is white and he does not want to be humiliated by a ‘yellow crowd’ as referred in the story he goes through catharsis and decides to kill the animal just for the sake of authority and power that he has to show off to that Burmese mass of people.
The principles of writing as analyzed and presented in Orwell’s essay “Why I Write” are specific reasons for which many writing is made and as well main perspectives of writers besides any differences in gender, race, belief or age. (continued…) [to view the full essay now, purchase below] Another source sample
George Orwell’s 1946 essay ‘Why I Write’ is enshrined with a set of innate values adhered to and advocated by Orwell himself. In recounting his personal journey in becoming a writer,…

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