how is memory SPECIFICALLY connected to spirituality?

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the first draft is done but i highlighted some areas that should be fleshed out a bit. Need some help with my counter as well!

Prompt: ground - Who are you? Why does this topic matter to you? Who is the scholar, and or

concept you are engaging? How does s/he present this concept?


Argument - A well structured argument that has: a clearly stated side; clearly defined terms,

i.e. what key terms do you need to define for your argument?; a beginning, middle, and end.

Each sentence/statement should be built off the previous. (Think, how can what I am saying

be rebutted?)


Explore a counter - Where are the holes in your argument? How can your argument be

argued against?


What is the conclusion

Tutor Answer

School: Cornell University

Hi buddy, please see the attached. However, this is draft and attaching the final shortly. Checking on content and grammar to ensure everything is fine




How Memory Guides Future Decisions

Counterargument to Memory and Spirituality



Elle Solovy
Loyola Marymount University
March 8, 2019


Memory is an ability possessed by human beings to make use of past events and
information in performing present activities or delivering information. It is also like human
beings to feel more concerned about spiritual matters than the worldly materialistic things.
Everyone in the world can do good or bad. Therefore, the memories carried from past events or
scenes in a person's life contribute to their spirituality in the present. For example, broken hearts
live with deep regrets for going after material things. The memory and the soul of human beings
have a close connection, and an individual will only decide better if they are in tandem.1 For
example, it is a presumption that the feelings of the soul drive relationships. However, many
people go after relationships because of the great memories they have in mind from past
People become who they are due to their beliefs and, the concepts and dogmas to which

they subscribe. Christians cannot become believers if they do not have the information about the
scripture in their memory for guidance and remembrance. Therefore, it is evident that individuals
rely on the connection between mind and spiritual direction in the quest to make decisions
concerning specific issues in day to day activities. This process involves a recollection of past
experiences which influences the change or enhancement of behavior a...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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