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    All the sources in this paper point out that the vegan diet has been on the rise for some time, and they all discuss the common key nutrients that vegans tend to miss. Also, they all explain the basics of a vegan diet. A lot of these similarities occur because the media sources referenced research articles within their article trying to show that what they were saying was true and accurate. However, it is interesting how all the media sources describe the health benefits associated with a vegan diet, but the authoritative sources barely mention this besides the article on type-2 diabetes. This difference is due to the nature of research studies, which is that they focus in on one thing only. The media sources can talk about anything pertaining…

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    The Truth About A Strict Vegetarian Diet Proper nutrition has been debated and adapted from viewpoints of vegetarianism compared to the consumption of animal products. In "A Strict Vegetarian Diet Is Unhealthy for Most People"(Kim), Ben Kim discuses the negative effects and alternate motives behind an all vegetarian diet. By providing a alternate view of a strict vegetarian diet, Kim advocates for a diet based on personal needs. Although many people see immediate health advantages to having a…

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    Vegetarian Benefits

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    The Benefits of Raising a Vegetarian Child In the last decade, many Americans have transitioned to a vegetarian diet. With this shift, they have also transitioned their children into these diets as well. This change has been very controversial because most think that children will not receive the correct nutrition on a vegetarian diet. In the article “Against Meat”, written by Jonathan Foer, the idea of raising children vegetarian is discussed a great deal. Jonathan Foer is an American…

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    Intentional Urban Living

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    Since its reestablishment in 2005, Bethel’s Frogtown Urban Living Experience (FULE) has enabled students to learn community service and gain practical life and career experience living in St. Paul’s historic Frogtown neighborhood. The FULE House provides housing for up to six Bethel students each year, all of whom regularly attend Urban Homeworks Seminars and participate in weekly community engagement. The experience also requires students to take Intentional Urban Living, through which they…

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    everyday lives. • Extend children’s learning by open-ended questioning, feedback, challenging their thinking and guide their learning. • Responsiveness to children can be adapted to children’s learning by the educator developing activities that build on their interests to provoke learning. This challenges children’s thinking and ideas (DEEWR, 2009). Learning through play • Children learn through play by discovering, creating, improvising and imagining. • Play allows children to create social…

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    A profound statement that has resonated with me throughout my life came from Albert Einstein who expressed, “Great spirits have often overcome violent opposition from mediocre minds". I was born on the night of June 6th, 1997 in Tacoma, Washington, where I have spent the majority of my life. While I experienced the traumas associated with divorce, and mentally ill relatives, I was privileged in that I always had a roof to live under, food to eat, and decent educational opportunities. My mother’s…

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    This journey and history have taught us many things about the QoL. What we know now is that there are domains that are extended over the notion of Quality of Life. These domains are focused upon the fact that there are factors that improve life for those that are Intellectually Disabled other than the medical and scientific factors. These factors include things like environment, families/support systems, etc. Quality of Life is not just determined by improve scientific and medical factors,…

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    Meaningful Employment Contributes to an Improved Quality of Life Can we imagine if were living in a world that is dull? Full of doubts, discouragement, failures and disappointments. People experience underemployment, underpaid and mistreated. Are we still pursuing our goals in our lives even we had all these circumstances? Notwithstanding can we still achieve a quality of life and meaningful employment? We can be billionaire neither nor beggarly. Either unfortunate or blessed and that what…

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    Thoreau And Human Nature

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    Can we really learn about human nature by removing ourselves from the company of other humans? Thoreau, for one, wanted to answer this same exact question, and he conducted an experiment purely based on his own experience alongside Mother Nature for two years and two months at Walden Pond near Concord, Massachusetts. Through his experiment, Thoreau endeavored to escape the distractions and emotional clutters of society in order to get in touch with his inner self in and to find out what living…

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    He states “I went to the woods because I wished to lived deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not when I came to die, discover that I had not lived” (Thoreau 1101). Thoreau discusses many ideas, all circling one theme, simplified living. His practice of simplicity may be too extreme for most to adhere to, however it is a valuable guideline. Thoreau’s promotion of living a simple life in “Where I Lived and What I Lived…

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