Here is a piece I wrote at the Berman Institute of Bioethics in collaboration with Mike Pena and Cynda Rushton. Many people have no idea what this whole death panels thing was about. Here is a clarification.
A team of three are trying to make it out the destitute Gaza Strip, a region suffering from a humanitarian crisis, and eventual ethnic cleansing caused by (I don't mean to hypostatize) Zionist militarism.
If you don't know Punjabi, you are missing out!
If you havent seen Jim's Pancakes yet, you need to!
His daugher is on an all pancake diet. Just because the pancake looks like a burger, doesnt mean it IS.
I hope he feeds her real food from time to time.
I can't tell, but I am guessing they are Chinese....I am stereotyping because of the shear precision. Watch the video here.
An article in the Guardian discusses their big announcement.
Check out the new project! Working with HUBS to make bioethics more accessible!
I found these items online, but they are all sold out! Does anyone out there in cyberspace know where I can get it?
I don't necessarily agree with much of what she is saying, but for a youngster to contemplate this deeply about the education system warrants merit.
Here I Stand
There is a story of a young, but earnest Zen student who approached his teacher, and asked the Master, "If I work very hard and diligently, how long will it take for me to find Zen? The Master thought about this, then replied, "Ten years . ." The student then said, "But what if I work very, very hard and really apply myself to learn fast -- How long then?" Replied the Master, "Well, twenty years." "But, if I really, really work at it, how long then?" asked the student. "Thirty years," replied the Master. "But, I do not understand," said the disappointed student. "At each time that I say I will work harder, you say it will take me longer. Why do you say that?" Replied the Master, "When you have one eye on the goal, you only have one eye on the path."
This is the dilemma I've faced within the American education system. We are so focused on a goal, whether it be passing a test, or graduating as first in the class. However, in this way, we do not really learn. We do whatever it takes to achieve our original objective.
Check out this article! The author explores the etiology of anti-Muslim sentiments in America. The tone in which he wrote this piece is amazingly and surprisingly academic, critical, yet neutral. I look forward to his scholarship.I would like to get his perspectives on Nigeria’s political climate. Nigeria, is an interesting case: how much of the tensions are identity fueled, religious, tribal, socioeconomic, cultural, etc?
Why they on ish like that? Damn Google!
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excessive pop-ups, dialers, and pages under construction or not yet
Not everyone's website is a search bar. I pray that Bing.com rejects your advertisement requests