Education is an overemphasized, and largely misunderstood phenomenon in our world today, as I see it. It is the goal of parents to bring their children to the socially-prescribed standard of the society around them.
Culture is a conglomeration of various factors and social frequencies that reflects a corporate community of individuals. Language reflects something generally considered exclusive to the human race – having produced elaborate political and civil structures, and economic interactions. Continue reading “Culture Code: Langauge”
The information age dawned some thirty years ago with the prospect of the World Wide Web. Prior to this, Newspaper Syndicates, Academic Institutions, and the Entertainment Industry have inundated the world with the comings-and-goings of facts, pop culture, and true-story occurrences. Continue reading “Informed Understanding”
The habitual activities of a civilized society is perhaps characteristic of it’s longevity. Individuals long-experienced in a given profession understand the need to preserve the formal nature of the job. Garbage collection doesn’t have a very dynamic nature; rather, collection occurs at the same time every week, although minor fluctuations may occur due to traffic on public roadways. Continue reading “Logic of Professionalism”
Though there is darkness present in the world, most still gravitate to some residual, jaded image of hope Continue reading “Lingering Remnant of Hope”
In our present society, very distinct personalities are essential. There is the necessity for retailers, who sell items. There are teachers, who convey information and inspire others. There are police who keep the peace, and legislators who consider the ramifications of the laws that law enforcement actually enforces. Continue reading “Wearing Hats”