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"Prayer" is a means to connect the physical with the metaphysical. There are general no rules inscribed to perform a prayer. For some, it might mean joining hands before God, but for others it might be synonymous to reading out religious hymns in a temple. Ways might be different but all this points out to one fact that there is a superior power which can do things that are impossible to accomplish by any human effort. Hence there is an old saying ‘where human effort fails, prayer...
An abortion is he premature termination of pregnancy ending in the death of the embryo or foetus. However abortion can also be defined as the death of the embryo or foetus without human interference. This essay will be discussing induced abortion and the effects they have on both mother and unborn child. The ethics and morality of induced abortion has become the subject of an intense debate in the past fifty rears. No matter how you look at it, abortion is simply he murder of a living human...
In the Allegory of the Cave Plato represents man’s condition as being “chained in a cave,” with only a fire behind him. He perceives the world by watching the shadows on the wall. He sits in darkness with the false light of the fire and does not realize that this existence is wrong or lacking. Much like the matrix, it merely is his existence — he knows no other nor offers any complaint. In the Matrix when Neo is freed he realizes his life has been a deception and is given a...
Blood On The Tracks Blood On The Tracks is an extract taken from an article in Metro Magazine. It is targeted at an intellectual audience hence it offers valuable insights into meaning in media-based texts. This article investigates the notion of the road metaphor being a major element in any type of journey. The text opens in an analytical tone; “the road metaphor is significant in many ways”, an authoritative statement which presents the subject of the article. The sophisticated...
Pre-Marital Sex: Why Not? Pre-Marital sex is a big issue when it comes to teenagers. Not only is it questioned by Pentecostal teens but it is also questioned by worldly teens. Everyone wants to know “Why not?” I think that we should take the time now to just further analyze this question. Instead of asking the question “Why not?”, let’s ask the question “Why?”. Why exactly should we have premarital sex. There is one main answer found why...
This paper explores the leadership styles of Aeneas and Cesare Borgia. (3+ pages; 2 sources; MLA citation style. I Introduction There are many different types of leadership. There’s leadership by example, by force, by persuasion, by coercion; there are as many styles as there are leaders. This paper considers the way leadership is portrayed in two classical works: Machiavelli’s The Prince and Virgil’s Aeneid. II Discussion Cesare Borgia led by force, trickery, and...
Christian Crusades and Muslim Massacres In the early part of the eleventh century, Christians led crusades to spread Christianity to the other religions of the world, mainly Muslims. However, the Crusades were not initially meant to be a religious war but instead to protect the Christians going on religious pilgrimages to Jerusalem from being persecuted by the Muslims who had also claimed Jerusalem as their holy city and destroyed the temple that was built in the city. In order to provide...
When Should School Children Start Learning A New Language? We live in a time when there are great efforts being put in bringing the world together on a global level. Thanks to the explosion in the development of telecommunications and means of travel, the world has suddenly become a much smaller place than once thought. Yet, although everything seems easy within reach, there is still one thing which is essential in any kind of cooperation between people : mutually understandable language of...
The Importance of Values in Everyday Life In our everyday lives we encounter situations in which we take many things for granted. These forgotten things become of value to us the moment we find our self without their presence. For instance, a man holding his house keys does not take into consideration the value of those keys. He only thinks that they are odd shaped metals things in his pocket, which annoy him when he walks. Yet the moment he misplaced his keys, they become the most...
Puritan Themes in Nathaniel Hawthorne's Writing American novelist and nineteenth century writer Nathaniel Hawthorne was the first writer to apply artistic judgment to Puritan society. There were many transcendentalists during Hawthorne's time period, but his works showed little optimism and self-confidence. Most of his works were written from a Puritan preoccupation (Comptons Encyclopedia, 83). With a series of short stories and novels that brought back the life of New England’s...