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    Medicine Is Not Always The Answer

    For as far back as one could remember, using medicine to ‘fix’ an ailment has always been the right thing to do. Runny nose? Take something for it. Scratchy throat? Take something for it. If what’s being taken doesn’t help, take something stronger! It is never implied to let a cold run its course. The […] More

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    Do changes that make our life easier always make them better?

    “Technology promises to make our lives easier, freeing up time for leisure pursuits. But the rapid pace of technological innovation and the split second processing capabilities of computers that can work virtually nonstop have made all of us feel rushed. We have adopted the relentless pace of the very machines that we supposed to simplify […] More

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    Journey always change the people involved

    Journey is a movement from one place to another. Journeys have many different obstacles and challenges. Journey can either be physical, inner, imaginative and emotional. Most journeys have a purpose. The concept has been described by composers in the text ‘beneath clouds’, directed by Ivan Sen and ‘journey to freedom’, a recount by Hai Van […] More

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    The Customer is Always Right

    When I first read the statement ‘the customer is always right’, my first thought was yes it is true. This reaction was based on experiences in the restaurant business where if the customer was not satisfied with his or her meal, they can request a new one, no questions asked. I feel in this day […] More

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    Is punishment always the right solutions to stop crime?

    Punishments are meted out for three reasons – deterrence, retributivism, and incapacitation. The first, deterrence seeks to prevent future wrong doing. Retributivism is linked to notions of justice where crime must be met with an appropriate punishment. The last, incapacitation, seeks to protect society at large from criminals. This essay will examine whether punishment is […] More