Dear Sir/Madam,

Here is my essay.

Topic:

Hong Kong has the best organ transplant facilities in the world but,unfortunately,we have a shortage of organs for transplant.Doctors need to look at all the possibilities of making more organs available for patients.Why do people refuse to donate organs?What can be doner to increaser organ donation?

Write a letter to the Editor of the Hong Kong Post to discuss the issue justifying your views with reason and examples.Do not write any address.Sign your letter`Chris Wong'.

Dear Editor,

As a regular reader of your column,l am writing to bring to the public's attention the problem of shortage of organs for transplant.Hong Kong has the best organ transplant facilities in the world but,unfortunately,we have a shortage of organs for transplant.Doctors need to look at all the possibilities of making more organs available for patients.Why did this happen?Let us now analyse a comprehensible investigation for the phenomenon.

To begin with,we should figure out why people refuses to donate organs.

To a large extent,it can be attributed to the traditional civilizations of China and the lack of understanding which people may have an organ donation.People may think that donating the organs will posed a inausipicious sign for their relatives.The slogan swept has been convinced to a reality level that is ''Death should keep the flawless body.Some may even believe that they will become weaker and lossing the ability to work.

As a result of this,the government is required to spread and reinforce the messageBeing sympathic and showing love is what we lack nowadays''.When a parent is dead,his/her family members and friends will be heart-broken and cried bitterly.Life is rather unpredicable and scarce in the world.Despite the fact that the technological progress is being snowball,the perfect assurance still has a dreamily far from possible.

What is being the essence we have to mend is already showed.It is high time to show our prohibitively high value of axiology.The dark cloud and the smelly air will be purified soon.

Let's engage in.

Yours faithfully,

Chris Wong

Chris Wong

L am looking forward to checking your reply in any convenience.

And l will be reassured after you have read.

Thanks for your help.

Compare and contrast the goddesses in the epic of Gilgamesh and Odyssey

The two epic poetry showcase how heroes made various achievements while dealing with goddesses as well as mortal beings. In homer’s, the Odyssey the narrative is recounted of a shrewd warrior Odysseus, who returns home after fighting Great War. While in the epic of Gilgamesh, the warrior known as Gilgamesh faces the retribution of poor leadership and succeeds in redeeming himself. The current paper seeks to critically compare and contrast the goddesses in the epic of Gilgamesh and Odyssey.

To begin with, both epic has the two warrior's fate controlled by goddesses. Indeed, both Odysseus and Gilgamesh's fate including their successes as well as their failures were influenced by goddesses. The implication is that it was difficult to escape from the fate as prophesized. The two epics serve as the link between goddesses and mortals. For instance, Gilgamesh is born of a goddess, and he is the rule of the kingdom of Uruk. On the other hand, Odysseus provoked the wrath of goddesses due to his harsh treatment of Cyclops, the son of Poseidon. Regardless of the status of each worrier, of both epics represented goddesses to the people and offer a link between people and the gods For instance, Gilgamesh says he will“set up his name where the names of famous men are written; and where no man’s name is written he will raise a monument to the gods 12.”. Thus, the implication is that they have an impact in which they exist thereby making the two leaders very influential individuals. The two worries in bit epics ruled using different tact, those who misruled their people were punished by goddesses while those who strictly follow the wish of goddesses were made victorious. For instance, Odysseus experienced failures and difficult moments because he mistreated Cyclops. For instance, Odysseus realizes that “misery comes at last to the healthy man, the end of life is sorrow” (10).

Overall, the two epics have similarities and differences. In Odysseus, the goddesses punished him for mistreating Cyclopes. The leaders who obeyed the rules were made victorious as in the case of Gilgamesh.