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A Letter to Zionists

by fortunateson921 in Society, December 3, 2014

This brief letter tries to understand and empathise with the Zionist cause to an extent only to show how immoral it is. This letter tries to take on the core issue of why Zionism in an unjust and evil ideology even if it doesn’t mean to be. It is easy to get caught up in nationalistic fervor but it still doesn’t make it right.

Paper or Plastic?

by fortunateson921 in Society, December 3, 2014

This article is about how in this global capitalistic system we to live in today, as consumers we should be wary of how products are made so alluring to us by marketers or else we run the risk of turning into mindless consumers.

Blended Families

by Tara Causey in Society, November 30, 2014

Blended families are not easy but they can happen.

“Fifty Shades of Grey” May Not be as Good as The Book

by JavierR in Society, November 30, 2014

Readers have stated that movie most likely will not be as good as the book.

Bob The Athiest

by fortunateson921 in Society, November 30, 2014

This is supposed to be a humorous yet insightful piece about how many atheists form a whole identity out of their disbelief in God but bring nothing to the discussion of how or why one should live. They just approptiate the values of the status quo while bringing nothing of their own to the table. However, I am in no way against atheism itself. I think it’s a valid viewpoint. I myself don’t know where I stand when it comes to God. I don’t know whether I believe in Him or not.

Wicca 101: Ancient Myths & Modern Man (Part 2)

by Argent Aisling in Society, November 13, 2014

How to interpret and apply ancient mythology to modern life. Part 2: Mythological Language.

The Best Cities in The World to Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2015

by Matt Seliga in Society, November 12, 2014

Traveling for New Year’s Eve is a great Experience, but there are a few locations that stand out from the rest.

Some Early New Years Resolutions for 2015

by Matt Seliga in Society, November 11, 2014

The beginning of the year is a great time to start some new habits and focus on the things that are really important in life. With 2015 just a couple of weeks away, it is time to start planning those New Years Resolutions so you can hit the ground running when the clock strikes midnight (or maybe after your hangover is gone on the 1st).

Adolf Hitler’s Work of Art Goesfor Sale at The Weidler Auction House This November

by gaby7 in Society, November 11, 2014

How I wish Hitler had remained a painter, may be the world would never have seen so much death in the form of genocide and wars that claimed millions of life in the spell of a short time.

When People Have Important Things to Say We Must Listen

by Peter B. Giblett in Society, November 11, 2014

We can attend a conference, seminar, or meeting and all agree that important things were said, yet within 24 hours few can remember the details of what was said. Listening is as important a skill as speaking. This article look at some of the challenges involved.

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