Change in inevitable

There is change in every aspect of life.  People grow as individuals in both mind and body.  The future is an unknown path that people travel on which consists of many twists and turns; however, by the end of this path, some how everyone ends up where they are meant to be in life.  There are many individuals that are not fond of change; but, without it, nothing would become of the life we live.  Change brings about different obstacles that helps to mold a person into whom they are suppose to be.  It also gives a different perspective on how they were living before this change occurred.  For example, a woman had a much different outlook on life when she was single compared to her outlook on life now as a married mother.   She now thinks of her family first in comparison to herself.  Change is inevitable because it is a part of life and without change, the world as we know it would not exist.  

"tyrannizes the people of Uruk" (intro, I). A tyrant can destroy everything in sight until, one day, it disappears.
"Who goes in front saves his companion, who knows the road protects his friend"(III,5). People need each other to survive and this shows how a group of people can be effected by others.
"My friend, Humbaba's features have changed"(V,96). People change over time whether that be physically or emotionally.
"They kissed each other and formed a friendship"(II,Y18). A friendship is a relationship between two people that eventually become one.
"it dried up the woods, the red-beds and marshes, down it went to the river, lowered the level by seven full cubits"(VI,17-18). All it takes is one thing or event to change something forever.
"[How did you get here,]such a far road?... [How did you cross the seas,] whose passage is perilous?"(IX,54-56). in life, everyone has a path to follow and a story to tell.
"Tehran became the bombers' main target"(103). Tehran grew more dangerous and in time began to destroy itself and its culture.
"For the first time in my life, I saw violence with my own eyes"(76). Riots became more common and because of this, fatalities increased greatly.
"When I think we could have avoided it all...it just makes me sick. A million people would still be alive"(116). All of those lives ended too quickly and unnecessarily because of an unjust war.
"They forbade people to rescue those locked inside"(14). It was if the Shah was trying to kill everyone and everything and it did not even bother him how it effected others.
'"To die a martyr is to inject blood in the veins of society"'(115). Most people in the country suffered in some way and the government began to make it sound like a good thing.
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