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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Benjamin Merrill 
 Article Title :: The Meaning of Consequence
Few know the meaning of consequence. Those of us who do are responsible for those who do not know consequence. Many words can go without consequence and many should. Many words, dependant upon who they come from, need consequence. One cannot justify their argument by claiming themselves to be a victim when the evidence proves otherwise.Rarely, with the elementary playground excluded, do people get singled out and treated poorly by an infinite number of people. If a number of peoples experiences with one person indicate that said person is one thing or another, chances are that the person truly is guilty of such convictions.A flaw with convictions:As said above, a pers  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Eric Lim 
 Article Title :: The Museum of Buddhist Art – A Rare Collection of Buddha Statues
The Museum of Buddhist Art in Bangkok is reputed to have the biggest collection of Buddha statues, sculptures and figurines based on Buddhist art work from kingdoms dating back to the 6th century AD. The exhibits reflect the cultural heritage of the various kingdoms in Thailand and neighboring kingdoms as well.Visitors to the Museum of Buddhist Art are usually advised to start their tour in an annex to the main building that houses the Kuan Yin Palace and Museum which displays statues of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. The courtyard outside this museum has six miniature wooden palaces housing Chinese deities.The main theme of the Museum of Buddhist Art, however, is housed in  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Thomas Barrett 
 Article Title :: Account of a Refugee During the 2nd World War
So I get an email from Julie talking about her grand mother who was a refugee during the war here in the Caux Palace where I am currently studying Hotel Management.She goes on to say: There were 1600 jews coming from the Bergen Belsen camp and they arrived towards the begining of December 1944. Escaping finally with their life and ultimately very happy and hungry with almost no showers. Old, young, men and women.They were put first in a big hall, and given covers and food. Then put into small rooms, lots were packed in, as there was not much space. They got food and slowly, clothes to wear.But it was a cold, cold winter and they did not have adequate heating in t  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Gene Smith 
 Article Title :: Doctor Visits Of The 1950's
A visit to the doctor in North America is sort of like a nightmare. You have spoken to a medical type person earlier on the phone but when you get to the office, they require you to fill out a long form on why you are visiting the doctor. It seems like nobody can remember anything anymore.And it seems like whatever your illness (or syndromn as they call it today) you will have to get some tests! And the tests are on the other side of town!There was a simpler time in America. A time when doctor's would come to you home to treat you. A time when many things were different when the "doctor was in." Let's go for a visit to the Doctor in the 1950s.Your wife called the doct  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Gene Smith 
 Article Title :: Mary Burke-War Worker
Long gone from the fabric of the Nations Capital is St. Vincent's Orpahage. The orphanage was first at Tenth Street, then later moved to Edgewood in 1900. The orphanage and school was operated by the Sisters of Charity.During World War I, the orphanage housed a group of young women known as "War Workers." These ladies were government employees primarily secretaries and note-takers. Mary Burke was among the young ladies.The following information is taken from the out-of-print book, St. Vincent's Centennial 1925.Of her stay at St. Vincent's, Mary says, "..nothing short of Heaven itself, will ever be comparable with the home I had at St.Vincent's." Mary said that just a  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Azadeh Ghahghaei 
 Article Title :: American Exceptionalism: US International Interventions Since 1990
Going through the history of International relations in the post- cold war era, you can observe several political crises originating from the military and clandestine operations of the United States. This overflow of international crises dealing with America's operations are better defined as" US interventions". This concept of intervention is a well- known term in the political history of the world, especially during the 90s in the United States, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton's presidency. Not a single country has ever meddled with international affairs irrelevant to its country than the United States, However, in some periods Soviet Union was playing US exceptional current role in   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: Anti-US World Media is Just BS
We often have been reading lately that the United States is not very nice in the world. Of course they do not mention our generosity around the world and gifts. They do not mention promoting freedom or even funding the United Nations. No sir, they say things like the United States is an evil empire and such ridiculous lies and I have some thing to say about that really.“Hey wait a minute. This is the greatest nation in the world to live in. People are breaking in just to live here. We also give more to the world monetarily as well, sure because we can, but that does not negate the fact we do and big time.”Still the negative World Media will say we act like a Queen Bee ma  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Joy Cagil 
 Article Title :: Water: The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner and the Need to See Ourselves
"Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink..." I first read Samuel Taylor Coleridge's The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner when I was in high school. Alongside with Poe's Annabel Lee, Ulalume, and Raven, this was one of those first verse-epics that made me love narrative poetry.The ancient mariner himself was an alienated traveler as most of us are on earth. As blundering roamers on our planet, we too slip and slide into unwanted, dangerous predicaments. No wonder! When one becomes alien to the inner workings of any thing or place, one is destined to make mistakes in or out of water.Water is one of the most important natural resources, vital for any living thing. All kinds  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Michael Russell 
 Article Title :: Japan -The Samurai Were Its First Protectors
Japan is a country that is widely known for its technology. But the more popular interests of the people lie in the history of the first descendants and protectors of Japan.The first protectors of the people were called Samurai. In order to understand the way of the Samurai, you have to first look at the aspects of their education, their lifestyles, and then the end of their era. The term "Samurai" is derived from a common term in pre-industrial Japan meaning "warrior". Most Japanese Samurai were brought up to respect the attributes of honor and loyalty and were expected to set an example to all those below them. If a Samurai were to be disgraced such as losing a battle, or sh  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Sonica Dahri 
 Article Title :: The Wonder that is The Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences, is a magnificent arts venue dedicated to Queen Victoria's husband and consort, Prince Albert. Since its opening by Queen Victoria on March 29, 1871 after a welcoming speech by Edward, the Prince of Wales (the Queen being too emotional to speak) the Royal Albert Hall has played host to a multitude of different events and legendary figures and has been affectionately titled 'The Nation's Village Hall'. As well as hosting the Proms every summer, the Hall has been used for classical and rock concerts, conferences, ballroom dancing, poetry recitals, education, ballet, opera and the legendary circus, Cirque du Soleil.Designed by Captain Francis  (read full article)
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