Culture

22 Apr 19
Margaret Reyes

CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid and Sopan Deb, a culture reporter at the New York Times, joined CBSN to discuss the second episode in the latest season of “Game of Thrones.” Warning: There will be spoilers. from Home – CBSNews.com http://www.cbsnews.com/video/game-of-thrones-episode-2-recap-with-spoilers/

22 Apr 19
Pop Culture Thoughts

Although the first “Revenge of the Nerds” isn’t exactly Masterpiece Theatre, it deserves much, much better than this abysmal excuse for a sequel. There are barely any laughs to be had as the boring, barely existent plot flops along, transplanting the “nerds” from the original’s memorable campus sorority setting to a Florida hotel for a […]

22 Apr 19
The Shining Light Ministries

Today’s culture is running wild like we have never seen before in America. We have marriage completely redefined, mothers who are proud of murdering their children, and mobs of people screaming for an economic system that is opposite of what built the most successful economy the world has ever seen. Truly, our culture is spinning […]

22 Apr 19
staying just this side of crazy

The following is fiction, set in the near future. While it is fiction, it’s important to note that many of the actions described within, individually, have already been proposed or enacted in various parts of the world. From strict breeder regulation, mandatory spay and neuter, collar bans, training requirements, banning of dog sports, and ending […]

22 Apr 19
Examining Sexual Violence by Peacekeepers in MINUSTAH

Rape and other various sex crimes including forced pregnancy, torture, sexual slavery, among other heinous acts have been committed in war-torn countries over the years at alarming rates. The UN, an overseer and ‘protector’ of marginalized groups, has however contributed to these events by acting as a further perpetrator than protector. Sexual violence and its […]

22 Apr 19
onewithboots

Hello everyone! I went to a wedding a few weeks back,  I was invited by a coworker of mine. This is the first time I’ve been to a wedding in a while. It was interesting to go without my family, since we usually go to these sort of events together. It was a Samoan wedding, […]

22 Apr 19
ART and LIFE

Even though one may have doubts about the validity of religion, one must have unanswered questions about the nature of life and the history of mankind. Of course one may choose to ignore those questions and accept that there is no answer. However, when I attend church with an open mind and a mindful intention […]

22 Apr 19
Our Eastern Europe Dream Trip

Signs and Language in Poland I’ve written about this topic before, that time in relation to Korean language (see here https://vivskoreanadventures.wordpress.com/2019/02/06/signs-and-language/), but it’s always an interesting and very relevant issue when one travels to foreign countries. Sometimes that country uses the same language as one’s own (in our case, English) but, more often than not, […]

22 Apr 19
everything and anything

Taking birth as a woman in the Indian society can be said as curse for the women. Women in India face lots of social issues and problems all through the life which are big struggle for them right from their beginning of life. Female infanticide is the most common practice of killing girl child in […]

22 Apr 19
Trump Dispatch

We have recently celebrated Easter, but many have forgotten the reason this day holds such a special meaning to Christians around the world. No, it’s not about the Easter bunny, finding eggs, pretty dresses, and garden parties. For the Christian, it’s about Jesus Christ dying on the cross. Then buried in a tomb, only to […]

22 Apr 19
Cassius | born unapologetic | News, Style, Culture

Last week’s season 8 premiere got the ball rolling on the final season with reunions we have waited forever for, magic dragon rides and Jon finally learning who the hell he really is. Last night’s episode (Apr.21) picks right up where the premiere left off with Jaimie’s one-handed self arriving into Winterfell after a long […]

22 Apr 19
HealthKick

So often we think about food as either “good or bad” and our actions fall into those categories as well. I like to routinely (maybe once a season) make sure I clean that out and start over, thinking to myself “what feels most nourishing right now?” When we come from a place of love and […]

22 Apr 19
Lai Mun's blog

In today fast changing business environment, having an entrepreneurial culture is the foundation to foster innovation, creativity and futuristic products and services to achieve competitive advantage. To build an entrepreneurial culture starts with the leader (Schein, E., 1985). The leader walks the talk and is a role model for people to emulate. The leader’s vision, […]

22 Apr 19
Coaches Insider

Bruce Brown discusses some common traits that all successful teams and programs share. He explains that vision is key and the AD, coach, and athlete must all share this vision together.

22 Apr 19
Sharion

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence Whether you are in college seeking an internship, or further on in your career and looking to advance your position, making basic and careless mistakes on a job interview can cost you that opportunity even if you have the experience, credentials, and intelligence. First impressions count! […]