Even though people are supposedly smart enough compared to any other creatures, they are still having insecurities over their position in the world order as “men went to and fro over this globe about their little affairs, serene in their assurance of their empire over matter” (Wells 3).
One type of a ruling principle is monarchy and “for this type of constitution to be good, it must not degenerate to tyranny” (Gaardner 97).
In a class of diversified individuals, “the older students can help the younger ones if they are in trouble” (Marshall 39).
With such rich natural resources, “Indonesia is both a last frontier of the Pacific and a modern laboratory of development” (Indonesia: Promise and Paradox 39).
Amazed with one of the American Idol contestants, “I have a horrible feeling that it’s going to be a hit record” (San Diego F1).
Gaardner, Jostein. Sophie’s World. London: Phoenix House, 1995.
“Indonesia: Promise and Paradox.” Reader’s Digest 1978: 39.
Marshall, Catherine. Goodbye, Sweet Prince. Nashville: Tommy Nelson, 1997.
San Diego, Bayani. “Fil-Am is new William Hung.” Philippine Daily Inquirer (2008): F1.
Wells, H.G.. War of the Worlds. New York: TOR, 1988.