This song was part of the album that was released for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea, and written by Albert Hammond and John Bettis (Songfacts.com). The song appeared in NBCs sports coverage of the 1988…
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This was the same song that Whitney Houston had performed live in the 1989 Grammy Awards where she won the award for the “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.” This song also topped charts in the US, UK, Australia, Germany and Switzerland for several consecutive weeks (NationMaster.com).
The song "One Moment in Time" had aroused in me some sort of vigor after hearing it. I wondered, would everyone who had heard it so intently for the first time, had felt the same way as I did? Hearing it made me contemplate and thought about certain things about myself: have I reached my fullest potential yet? Am I already free--free from the notion of having been a victim of my fate? Can I say that I am a free person, a person who controls her own destiny? Then I thought, like every person in this world, I too should have that one moment in time when I am more than I thought I could be; I would have my one moment in time, and I should seize it.
The moment I listened to the opening lines of the song, I knew it was the starting point of those who would look toward their quest to greatness. As the persona in the song sang the lines "Each day I live I want to be/ a day to give the best of me," I thought, in order for a person to live so enthusiastically each day of her life, it must be rooted in a single, ultimate purpose which had both driven the will to live and the will to succeed. Knowing a persons ultimate purpose for living would propel her to give her best each day in pursuit of such goal, and then, I knew that single purpose would be the start of everything for a person.
Because of this singleness of purpose, the persona was driven to reach her ultimate goal, although the future seems uncertain. This was apparent in the lines "Im only one, but not alone/ My finest day is yet unknown." In reaching for ones goal, the persona knew that there would be obstacles to face, and that everything required trade off on her
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By studying iconography, historians can reveal encrypted messages and understand ideals of art works that represent different cultures. In terms of paintings and sculptures, many cultures have contributed in the addition of content for iconography. In this regard, Egyptian, Romanian and some other cultures are considered to be richest contributors to the content of art in the field of iconography.
It would be plain boring. Art acts as a stimulant to different sections of our brain. It may make us laugh, cry, incite us to riot, with a gamut of emotions in between. It gives an avenue to express our opinions and feelings in a creative way. Art gives people the reason to get out of bed every morning.
The early Stone Age man used oldowan tools to crack nuts and hunt small animals for food. At this stage, man was believed to be at a chimpanzee community. The tools used at this stage were crude and ineffective because they were not well shaped to increase efficiency in man’s economic world (Haviland, Prins & McBride 180).
Thus Pontormo’s main subjects were influenced Da’Vinci. Thus his subjects were of Biblical nature. “The Visitation” was a portrayal of the time when Mary tells her cousin Elizabeth that she is expecting a child.
For example, if someone was to look at art from the old times one would notice that individuals involved in painting were not dressed as we dress nowadays, as well as the language used (Holmes 56-58).
The society molds Art as well as how individuals are willing to make the
The second section includes the system of morality and law based on Christian faith that contains the theological values and seven deadly sins. The third part is about the incarnation of the sacrament but is largely unfinished due to Aquinas
Inside the gift was money, but how it was wrapped and presented made it look more appealing even than what it contained inside. Red is a very vibrant color; consequently, the envelope looked conspicuous across the room attracting