Why positive thinking is not about solving problems
By: Dolores Moore
While it is absolutely true to say that positive thinking is not about solving problems, there is no doubt that a bit of the first contributes to good outcomes for the second. I mean, a person with problems who uses positive thinking has more chance...
Understanding the state of consciousness
By: Xiang Xiang Liew
Imagine standing outside on a sunny day in the middle of a green, sprawling park, as a little boy bounces up to you and hands you a red flower. You take it and thank him with a smile. As you hold up the flower to...
What is facial agnosia?
By: Sapphire M. Brown
The term, agnosia, stems from the latin word for “no knowledge”. Agnosia is a failure to understand, or recognise a specific area be it text (Alexia), music (Amusia) or in this case, faces (Prosopagnosia). To understand facial agnosia (which from this point on shall...
Crime: Shared responsibility vs individual responsibility
By: Kimberly Brown-Feay
The question we really need to ask here is who's really to blame for crime and drug use amongst our teens: Single parent households though some can be considered one of the many causes of crime, drugs and teen pregnancy; this epidemic can happen in...
By: Richard Serra
One of the main reasons a person belittles another is simply because they see many traits of their own in the other person. This is something that they can't handle. This is because although they do not recognize the fact that they themselves are what...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are two components to the moral education of a human being. There is the secular moral education, where compliance with the law, ethical behavior in school, play or business, and other non spiritual requirements for a solid, acceptable set of behaviors, norms, and values...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A cult is a religious organization that takes a sequential approach to total control over individual and group members. The fine line between what appears to be a normal church or temple and a cult is evident in the early stages of recruitment and membership...
By: Elizabeth M Young
When a college student with a fresh new diploma in hand seeks to find work that will sustain life, the reality is that career paths may veer off into directions that were never expected. A social science graduate may find a career in the military...
Mental health: Abnormality versus normality
By: Marmee Cosico
It is often said that it is only a thin hairline of difference between mental illness and mental health. We live in a chaotic life with both extremes of our behaviors. From childhood transitions of human growth up to the decline of our aging years...
Timekeeping and lateness
By: Loralie Lynn
Always Keep Time And Never Be Late Keeping time is important for places such as work, school, and appointments. When your on time, you prove yourself a loyal person who can be counted on. Friends, family, coworkers, and others will appreciate your timeliness and consideration...

 

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