Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Child Rapist

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Imagine:

“On one night in year xxx, when the victim was sleeping on the mattress inside the master bedroom, she suddenly felt someone lying beside her and awoke from her sleep.  When the victim opened her eyes, she realized that it was the accused who was lying beside her.

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Loyalty And Patriotism

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Faithful to a person, ideal, custom, cause, or duty

For some, these two concepts are ingrained into oneself at birth while for others these are concepts they can only relate to through life experiences. For some, it has been legislatively provided backed with sanctions that they must serve their country while for others they queue up day in and day out with the hope that someday their Country would call them to “shed their blood for their Motherland”.

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Sad Truth About Professional Women

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I came across two very interesting articles today: (1) Women M.B.A.s More Likely To Divorce Than Men and Women Lawyers Have Higher Divorce Rates, Need Loving Husbands

Researchers have actually carried out studies on the correlation between the qualification of a woman and the probability of such woman getting a divorce. The key conclusions from the studies are as follows:

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10 Good Reasons to Embrace Poverty (via Listverse)

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Sometimes I wonder why we all run around like headless chickens in the pursuit of an endless supply of monies. This is an excellent post that looks at the flip side of things i.e. being poor.

10 Good Reasons to Embrace Poverty We have been indoctrinated since birth to try to attain things. Success is measured by social status, and that is frequently established by your wealth. OK, maybe sometimes status can be established by your natural abilities, like athleticism, or knowing how to play the trombone better than anybody else, or maybe even stunning good looks. But if you're just average in all that, and don't even have the talent it takes to inherit wealth, then teach … Read More

via Listverse