In a larger sense, the power of honor can shape the culture of a society and influence its institutions and systems. When honor is valued and upheld, societies are more likely to have strong ethical norms and legal systems that protect human rights and promote justice.
It is easier for anyone to use already established routes than uncharted ones. Yes, it is easy when you have a clear direction of where you are going. It is extremely easy for anyone to achieve their goals if there is already a person they know who has ever achieved the same. That is extremely
Knowledge is the antidote of most painful experiences in life. Most of the time, it’s painful because one don’t know. People despise knowledge blankly. Spiritually, economically, socially or professionally, knowledge has been the strongest pillar of progression and advancement. The higher the level of knowledge (not necessarily education) of the principles of life, the higher
Times are changing, and the clock is ticking. Studies show that four years from now, jobs that have never been will comprise 60% of jobs in the job market. Studies reveal that new inventions and innovations will result in the emergence of new jobs. The traditional workplace is being faced out, and the majority of
A child is born in pain. The entire delivery period is not a celebration moment. Conversely, it is a moment of anxiety, pain, fear, and trauma. Some mothers due to the stress and pain associated with the entire delivery process undergo what is commonly known as postpartum depression. Postpartum depression is just an indicator that
A crying closet! The University of Utah built, it’s reported, what can be called the first-ever “cry closet”. The closet was basically meant for final students who needed to scream, sob or do whatever emotional expression they wanted. The closet was invented by a student and a visual artist of the university, Nemo Miller. Why
Follow your star. It is a saying I frequently heard while growing up. I grew up in the coastal settlement where pleasure was revered. Our school was a mile from the beach. At this time, I was so much absorbed in peer groups that I would only do things the peer group approved. If something