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Essay | Unexpected

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Unexpected

Summary: An essay from "There are no children here" drives home how the unexpected can change the course of a life - or end it - in a second. Life is unfair and sometimes tragic. It can also be ended in an instant.
"Always expect the unexpected and the unexpected never happens."

This quote holds true to many, but it can be very deceiving, as demonstrated in the Rivers case. When one has lived in the projects for as long as this family has, it is purely instinct to expect the unexpected. Bloodshed and crime, violence, and death are all normal occurrences in Henry Horner Homes, but as long as they expect the unexpected negative events, they won't happen, right? Not always, which brings us to one of the most said phrases in the world; Life is unfair, and although the Rivers expect the unexpected, they still usually happen, and these sudden unexpected events never seem to turn out for the better. It was not fair to Lajoe when her benefits and only income was wrongfully taken away, and the evidence was mostly untrue also. It was not fair when Bird Leg...

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