It’s no secret that society tries to dictate how we ought to live our lives – whether it’s the number of kids we should have, the types of people we should date, or the kinds of professions we should pursue. What’s more, we often feel pressured by friends, coworkers, and relatives alike to follow a certain path – one that they themselves took (which may or may not have turned out favorably), or one that simply makes sense to them since “it’s what most people would do.” Though they mean well, those closest to us don’t always have an answer to the grand question: How can we be happier in our lives? Read on to learn why heeding others’ suggestions isn’t always the prescription to a happier life – and how looking deep within yourself and following your gut is a better road to trod.Continue Reading
Martha Malone rose from her chair beside the sofa, strode up to the television set rather disgustedly and turned it off, then went to the kitchen.Continue Reading
The best resources for a research paper have credibility and authority, are timely and scholarly. They frequently have a list of sources used by the author that can be mined for additional sources. They are NOT biased nor sales pitches.Continue Reading
Examination is one of the part of education.Continue Reading
Students are going to return to school very soon in the classes. They have to buy their equipment. They will also have a year filled with fun for example sports, cinema and concerts. Some will continue in the education system by being professors, researchers and consultants.Continue Reading
In response to Marge Piercy’s Poem: The Secretary Chant.Continue Reading
Does intelligence have anything to do with knowledge?Continue Reading
In a test crazy world, it will be Jesus who will grade us. By simonne Liberty.Continue Reading
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