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  • The Role Of Lord Capulet As A Good Father

    How far does Shakespeare present Lord Capulet as a good father? In Act 1 Scene 2, the audience has an impression that Lord Capulet is a considerate and caring father. Through the use of the agrarian metaphor 'too soon marred are those so early made', Shakespeare might be showing how Lord Capulet feels that he is marring Juliet's virginity and forcing her into motherhood. Also, he feels she is 'too ripe to be a bride' and 'has not yet seen the change of fourteen years'. In the Elizabethan era,…

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  • Gadge Bah Analysis

    of vairagya developed in him slowly and steadily. Though he was involved in the familial responsibilities, the thoughts in his conscience were promoting him to detachment from all the worldly attachments. However, at his young age, he gave up his family along with wife and children,and started a journey of a new life to be given to society for its upliftment. This shows Gadge Baba as an embodiment of stern vairagya.He started sadawarta-Annadaan(incessant food- giving) at Pandharpur. He…

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  • Characteristics Of An Ideal Mother

    thing when it comes to being a mother, way in which this can be displayed is when she cooks, clean, help them to overcome their struggle and by being a role model. Expressing her love towards her children can be the backbone in which can make the family firm and…

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  • Equity Bank Kenya Case Study

    2. Contingency Theory The contingency theory dates back to the 1960s. It was developed to challenge the traditional structures as organization actively sought the best ways to deal with unpredictable environments (Hatch & Cunliffe, 2006). Bess & Dee (2008) described contingency theory as, “a process of achieving a ‘fit’ between the conditions of the environment and the design of the organization.” The contingency theory proposes that there exist no one universal structure that is employed to…

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  • Importance Of Parents In Life

    Parents play the biggest role in our life Are parents really important? Why do we need them throughout our life? A parent is a person who brings up and cares for another. However, being a parent does not necessarily mean that you are perfect. The proper role of parents is to provide encouragement, support and access to activities that enable the child to master key developmental tasks. A parent is a child's first teacher and should remain their best teacher throughout life. Parents…

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  • Internal Conflict In Katniss Everdeen

    Katniss Everdeen Katniss Everdeen is the protagonist of the novel. She is a sturdy and resourceful sixteen-year-old girl who is much more mature and intellectual than her age. Katniss seemed to be the only main provider in her family for making her mother, and her younger sister, Prim to be fed. Katniss felt very much protective of her younger sister, and so she volunteers to take the place of Prim in the Hunger Games for protecting her lives. This we can clearly understand through the…

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  • The Importance Of Healthy Pets

    Healthy Pets make a healthy you! -- Manish Kumar Singh The Lovable duo- pets and their caretakers! The tradition of having pet goes back to the time when the man first tilled the soil. The man’s best friend has a proven track record of loyalty and a greater sensory powers (useful in time of crisis) and are indispensable tool of our daily struggle. Technology surely has reduced our dependence on their physical prowess, but their…

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  • The Importance Of Mistakes In My Life

    I have made many mistakes in my life. For every mistake there is a lesson that can be learned. My biggest and most recent mistake has been getting into a relationship. The relationship turned out to be unhealthy. This being because my ex and I were both unstable people trying to help each other get back on our feet. Unfortunate things like this make me a stronger person and got me to where I am today. Last year I met a guy who I wouldn’t have expected to have dated. Although, the first time we…

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  • A Personal Narrative Essay: My Family Trips

    Family Trips My family loves to travel and our goal was to get to ALL FIFTY STATES, and we had to stay at least one night in each state. So we had been to almost all fifty states and we had an enormous trip coming up and we were doing 17 states in 18 days, all in the same car! We started our trip and we new this trip is gonna eat us up from being so close for so long. We had funny moments about everyday, I would have some animal fact and I would tell my family and they would all just start…

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  • Importance Of Work Life Balance Essay

    INTRODUCTION Work – life balance refers to balancing both work ( career) and life (family, health, spiritual life) hand in hand. A women plays a major part in the family, she holds the family together. If the family is happy and lively it is because of her and vice – versa. Women of the early centuries were mostly confined to their kitchens and there were those who were employed worked in factories, farms or shop works. According to the olden days tradition women were not allowed to work,…

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