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SEEI: What Results Can SEEI Produce?

Using the SEEI method helps you create strong, usable components for building a solid essay and for keeping your writing on topic.

SEEI - Results

What results can SEEI produce?

After effectively using the SEEI method, users will see that much of the paper is written for them.   After adding an introduction, conclusion, and transitions, users will find that 500-word essay less daunting.  Based on the examples in this guide, here are the results SEEI can produce:

Color Codes by SEEI concept:

STATE = brown
ELABORATE = navy blue

Introductory Paragraph
Thesis: Love is not a fleeting romantic vision; it is an endless demonstration of stubborn loyalty, for love bears, hopes, and endures all things.
First Body Paragraph
Love bears the weight of worry, sickness, and tragedy. In other words, loving relationships not only persist in those feel-good moments but also pluck up support and courage through life’s difficulties.  A mother staying up through the night with her sick child, a husband weeping with his wife over a miscarriage, or one friend sitting and listening, for hours on end, to another’s woes following a divorce -- all demonstrate how love bears all things. Certainly, love is like a load-bearing wall.

Second Body Paragraph
Beyond bearing the weight of trouble and challenges, love also exists to revel in the hope of things to come. Looking at things another way, the hope that defines a loving relationship offers optimism and believes in the potential of each person. For example, a wife offering reassurances to her husband who has a job interview the next day shows how love hopes for things. One might even say love is life’s cheerleader.

Third Body Paragraph
While bearing the weight of things and hoping for the future only speak of instances of love, the final aspect that defines love is its ability to endure. To be more explicit, love never dies. For instance, Daphne and Tony Aldridge of West Sussex, England, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary in March 2012 with many of their eighty fostered children surrounding them.  Fostering children for over 33 years, the Aldridges love for each other and children has allowed them to endure phone calls at 3:00AM, asking if they would take in a South African baby whose guardian was acting suspiciously at Gatwick airport. Fostering has also required the Aldridges to persevere through legal battles, especially when they decided to adopt one child they had cared for for many years (“Golden 50 Years”). As seen here, love is a long-distance run, not a sprint to the finish.