Tag: life

Dec 31 2012

Hitler was a master of his own domain

The phrase “master of my domain” was first coined by the popular Seinfeld episode, The Contest. While academics may be uncomfortable to say that popular media sometimes contribute to our understanding of

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Dec 14 2012

All that we are is the result of what we have thought

No matter how people try to spin it, anyone with a true open mind would agree that Aristotle and Buddha (Siddhārtha Gautama Buddha) are (rather not say “were”) the fathers of the universal philosophy. They are the first people to promote comprehensive understanding of human behaviors. The contributions these two people made to the advancement …

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Nov 30 2012

Society should stand against cyber bullying

I have encountered bullies few different times and often it involves “friends” from school. The impact it had on my personality was very little to none because my parents have thought me to defend myself by improving my self-confidence. In this technologically driven communication age, the problem of cyber bullying goes much deeper than conventional …

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Sep 07 2012

Word substitution for faster typing

It is a fast moving world. Regardless of how you use the technology; for personal, business or a combination of both, the speed of your response is critical these days. Even this very article is posted using my BlackBerry Bold 9900 while commuting to school.

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Aug 09 2012

Support sportsmanship; not the country or the team

The 2012 London Summer Olympic is probably the only Olympic games that I watched met with so many controversial issues from qualifications to post games. When racial and ethnic issues came out in the media, first I thought that I am too sensitive “it” causing my mind to focus on negative aspects of the games. …

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