Posts tagged knowledge
What Wisdom Has Taught Me About Dysfunctional Families

Wisdom has taught me that what all of have some form of dysfunction in our families. What most people think of as dysfunction is not always the same for everyone. Generally, we think dysfunction is only when one or both parents are not parents. However, there are so many other facets of our families being dysfunctional.

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Why We Need to Spend More Time in Libraries

We don’t hear the word library very often nowadays. The whole culture of going to the library and grabbing a book seems obsolete. With the advent of Kindle and other electronic platforms for reading, the library is fastly becoming archaic. We no longer look for quiet corners to read our favorite book rather we like to read everything from the comfort of our homes.

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The Power of Learning How to Write 

Within our society, many individuals are not aware of the benefits of knowing how to write. People don't think they have to know how to write these days with all the technologies that exist. You type something into your phone, and it corrects the spelling for you, some phones write out the words you say to it, and much more. While all these technologies make communicating easier, knowing how to write is still beneficial.

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The Value of Questions

Today, people do not like to encounter questions. They avoid them and if they do come across one, they do not want to answer it They'll find a way so that they do not have to answer it. Many individuals also do not like to create or ask questions. They don't see the value in asking and answering questions when there is an immense amount of value to be gathered from asking, answering, and encountering them.

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Why You Should Respect Your Elders

With all the technology and new gadgets of today comes much change throughout our society. New values replace the old along with the old values becoming extinct in time. Respecting your elders is one value in particular which needs its existence to be preserved. As the generations come and go, our elders hold the truth of the past for the new generations to inherit.

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Why You Should Go to College

You just graduated high school, completed the infamous twelve years of public schools, it's the summer, and now, you get to have a good time. But soon it will be Fall, then winter, and you'll have to ask yourself, what's next? There's always the usual of getting a regular nine to five. But maybe you still want to live the student life.

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Why You Should Get An Advanced Degree

Navigating through the landscape of the professional world could be a taxing journey. Fresh out of college, expediting resumes with the hope of landing a paying job is the accepted protocol. In a highly competitive job market, every discernible advantage could tip the scale in your favor.

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