Inspirational Images

                                                               Inspirational Images

Imagine a World without pictures or artwork. Instead it will be written or inside of our memories soon to be forgotten, slowly fading away and people that have seen a certain event will only be able to describe that event in words. Soon that generation will die out which will be forever forgotten after some time in History. All with no trace of visual art or picture form. Imagine living in that world, without cameras or art. We wouldn’t be able to to see what George Washington looked like or not being able to see your family members from 100 years ago, It would just be in word form to describe someone or something. All pictures/artwork  regardless what they are represent something. The representation could be different for each person. All can have a meaning to life or something. Just look at it and analyze key details to it to become a symbol or a reminder, whatever it means to you.

Shown Below is Guy with broken plates on top of the stairs while on the stair are   abunch of broken plates
Broken Plates



Like they say about pictures.. “A picture is worth a thousand words” and this picture above could be an example of a picture that is worth a thousand words and so on. On the image shown above all you see is a man on top a flight of stairs juggling plates. But on the steps there are a lot of bunch plates that has been broken. Well what does this picture mean?


Well to mean this picture means that no matter how many times you fail ,you will succeed at reaching your goal if you try a lot of times and learn from your mistakes and grow from the mistakes that you made and then you will reach goal you wanted to achieve in the first place.

This picture has changed me in many ways. At first when I use to fail at something I usually just give up and go on with the next challenge but now I approach it differently. Now I always try to bounce back from failing at something and I try to approach my goal differently with different tactics instead of using the same tactic that lead me to fail at something. For example when I failed a test I was very frustrated (This was a few years back in middle school) and I saw this image with the explanation of it and it gave me motivation to do something about the failing grade I had in my test, I decided to study an hour a day a week before another test instead of cramming the day before and I ended up passing the test.


But also this artwork could mean something else but in similar circumstance. Basically it’s like saying that  There is no elevator to success and that you HAVE take the stairs. To define this, it’s basically saying that success doesn’t come easy and you have to learn the hard and difficult way up to reach your success in life(Like how its harder to reach the 10th floor taking the stairs than taking the elevator which is far easier.) A life example would be one of my family members who came to United States at the age of 16 barely knowing english and trying to get by in life. He went through going back a grade and going forward to the original grade after learning english. Then he ends up taking a lot of remedial classes and graduating 2 years late even though he got high grades and now he works for a company specializing in networking and communications.



Also this artwork above shows a guy burning wood to make a fire and stay warm. But he prevented himself from getting away from the isolated area. What this artwork mean to is that you must not waste your opportunities that will lead you to your success or freedom. An example of this would be when you have someone from a job that needs your skills in the workforce and they will pay you a lot but you end up rejecting the offer and working a low level job that won’t  support you or anyone else financially. A real life example from my experience would be my Aunt who decided not to come to the U.S because she was dentist in her home country and she was recommended by someone to come to the U.S and take some courses to re do her major but she kindly refused, she would have made a lot more money if she accepted the offer but it was her choice, If I was given this offer I would accept it because the wage gap between 1st world and 3rd world countries is huge and it would help benefit me in the future. But some other example would be my brother , who was offered an apprenticeship in construction and gladly accepted now he’s done his 4 year apprenticeship and now works in construction building,repairing apartments etc..


Overall I want you to know that all pictures or artwork have a meaning to everyone and everybody might have a different perspective to that picture or artwork(It could be good or bad).

But this picture/artwork I have showed displays a powerful message to every person that has seen it and some might disagree with one another but in the end it is what the picture/artwork means to YOU and nobody should be able to change your perspective unless there is a good reason to do so.

 Hate Your Job? Read This!

Pavel Nunez

Dr Carrie Hall

English 1101



Have you ever woken up to get ready for work? Chances are, you might and you could take the train or use your own personal car to get there. If you work you would probably love or hate your job but everyone is different(and their jobs). They’re always doing one thing over and over again, and some people might not like their jobs and still continue doing it over and over again a zombie, but some might like their job and continue doing it with a passion.

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Well on the question ”What do monsters show us about ourselves and our culture”, I must say that there are alot of things that monsters show us about ourselves. One thing is that we must do things repeatedly in order to get somewhere in life and support ourselves. Evidence to support this on page 3 of 5 in which the Article”My Zombie,Myself:Why life feels rather undead” states that “in other words,zombie killing is philosophically similar to reading and deleting 400 emails on monday morning or filling out paper work……consumed by avalance”. This quote is basically saying that zombie killing is like the thing young adults in their everyday life over and over again like a zombie and some people might not like that and some. A real life example of this would be my parents or any adults who specializes on a certain task, like a surgeon who performs life saving surgeries for the sick or ill., the janitors to keep toilets smelling clean, an MTA worker who transports passenger, like all the jobs mentioned above, the people never stop coming and there has to be someone to do the job whether they like it not because that is how life works

As a culture(American Youth),monster show that we must keep doing the things we do until we give up or get put down. A life lesson is that you do a lot of things you might not like but it is necessary for the benefit of yourself or another person, but you can do things that you like and and do the same thing as stated as above. Like in a capitalist society we must work competitively with one another and no one must give up or else it will parish. An example of this would be working with co-workers and competing for high pay. They won’t stop until they either retire,quit, give up, get fired, or die. In the article or pg 3 of 6, the author says that “zombies are like the internet and the media and every conversation we don’t want to have…. And if we surrender…. We will whatever directly in front of us, we survive”, What this quote is saying is that zombies are like the internet,media and and conversation. Throwing out information at us that we don’t really care about, but we delete it or get rid of it in our memory but more will come out the next day. This is related to zombies because there will always be more to kill and it will never go away and we will have to deal with on both scenarios. A real life example would be about Trump, the media critizes him about all good/bad things he done, but honestly I don’t care about it, and move on my day as a college student. Overall, this was my opinion on how monster stories show s about ourselves and cultures.


Some people might not like their jobs for many reasons. According to an article on cnn(Yet more than half of U.S. adults identify as being unhappy at work. Job site Hired did some digging to see what it is that makes Americans so dissatisfied. “Top 4 Reasons Why People Hate Their Jobs — and What to Do about Them.” CNNMoney, Cable News Network, it says that “ it’s not surprising to learn that a large number of Americans are unhappy at work primarily because of the people they’re surrounded with. But while dealing with a toxic coworker or terrible boss is no picnic, there are ways to mitigate your suffering if you’re otherwise happy where you are.” Basically saying that their boss or the co workers are around them are not really friendly and so on. Also “Not shockingly, a large chunk of working Americans are dissatisfied with their paychecks. Basically a lot of americans don’t get payed enough for the job they perform doing.

But if your searching for a job you want to do take these into considerations: Does this match the skills you learned from college, apprenticeship or training?. Did you look  at other peoples experienced with the job your trying to possess? Is it good or bad? Is your job stressful? Or Does it have reasonable hours,pay, or location to go from point A to point B? All of this makes up your answer whether you would love or hate your job. If you hate your job its never too late change your profession(unless your about to retire) because you can always go back to school or take an apprenticeship or training course.

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Overall, If you want a job, please find a job that you will love for the years to come because it will benefit you more in the long run. For example some benefits of doing the job you love are(Bluerock, Grace. “7 Surprising Benefits of Doing Work You Love.” HuffPost, HuffPost, 20 Aug. 2015, that you will enjoy your life more because of the less negative aspects of work. Also Your relationships will improve, When you are unhappy in job, you will take out your unhappiness into your relationships with your spouse, your kids, and your friends. In the end, find a job that your passionate about. Because in the end it will matter since you will be working that job until you retire or quit


Bluerock, Grace. “7 Surprising Benefits of Doing Work You Love.” HuffPost, HuffPost, 20 Aug. 2015,

Yet more than half of U.S. adults identify as being unhappy at work. Job site Hired did some digging to see what it is that makes Americans so dissatisfied. “Top 4 Reasons Why People Hate Their Jobs — and What to Do about Them.” CNNMoney, Cable News Network,