Thich Nhat Hanh’s Fear: Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm and the o
Thich Nhat Hanh’s Fear: Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm and the other learning resources for this module explore how we can learn to face up to life’s challenges through changing our perspectives, building community, and learning to better understand the workings of our own minds and emotions. In connection with Thich Nhat Hanh’s writings and this module’s other readings and viewings, choose one of the keywords below as a main focus for your essay: Anxiety Struggle Happiness This is primarily a source-based essay. It is appropriate to include an example from your own experience to help illustrate the points you are making, or a plan for putting what you’ve learned here into action in your own life, and for these sections you may use the first person. However, this essay should not be mainly a personal narrative about yourself. Audience: Write for an audience that is not in this class. That means you’ll need to spend some time summarizing key ideas, defining any terms that might be unfamiliar, paraphrasing and/or choosing short quotes from the reading selections to help your reader get a sense of the authors’ arguments. Length: 3-5 pages (800-1200) words Requirements: Integrate a minimum of FIVE sources including the following: Required source: Fear: Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm ONE additional module learning resource THREE additional sources identified through independent research Cite all sources using MLA style in-text citations Include an MLA style Works Cited page at the end of the essay (not included in 3-5 pages of text) See Essay 3 Checklist for more specific requirements

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