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    passes, we enter a new age group and new problems arise, but along with the passage of time the solutions to the older ones come too. The changes in the world in the past years have led to new technology, improvements in healthcare and many more things. These changes helped us and made things easier for us but they also brought new problems for us, such us new diseases, expensive healthcare, new side effects and many different issues. This paper will talk about the issues that older people face as they enter that certain age group. When a person enters a new age group, other people start to see them as the stereotypes of that certain age which leads to…

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    2. Briefly discuss the political culture and technological advances that ultimately worked to pave the way for the “new imperialism” during this period. The technological improvements in communications and transportation and advances in education helped the Age of New Imperialism. Having new devices such as the telegraph and the telephone, people had new chances to communicate with others that lived far way from them, even though “the telegrams often brought bad news to offices and residences”…

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    Even though the Middle Ages is usually referred to as the “Dark Ages”, due to the troubles and hardships faced by those who lived during that time, it was also a great vivacity and enthusiasm because that was when Europe’s golden revolution started to emerge. According to Gray Boyce, “Even at its worst it performed the function of guarding… but even more it was creative and inventive, and transmitted to later ages great riches of its own.” (Boyce 69). At this time, Europe had begun to preserve…

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    THE NEW AGE OF TECHNOLOGY IN AMERICA Do you believe that Technology has saved people's lives. In the medical world technology is so helpful. Also technology has helped people who are blind get their eye vision back, and also people who can hear now can because of the hearing aid. Another thing technology helps veterans who lost a leg or arm in war because now those veterans are given prosthetic arms and legs that changes their lives. Technology is America's gift to our generation.…

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    that to her followers this would have inspired a very literal meaning. Guglielma’s followers believed that she was the incarnation of the Holy Spirit. Moreover, they believed that upon her death she would soon resurrect and usher in a new age for the Church. In this new age, there would be a female pope, Maifreda, and a female clergy (although it’s unclear if it were to be exclusively female). Moreover, Guglielma would bring the Jews and Saracens to the true faith. In order to gain a richer…

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    It is nothing new to stand in line at the grocery store checkout and overhear a fellow shopper complain about celebrities and their New Age religions as they peruse the headlines of People or US Weekly. While it is easy for them to judge Tom Cruise and his dedication to the Church of Scientology, or harrumph Madonna and the red string that adorns her wrist as she walks into The Kabbalah Centre, some of the people passing judgment may be overlooking a religion that hits a little closer to home…

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    The Secret of Coelho’s Success The figure of the Brazilian Paulo Coelho, who appeared in modern cultural space at the beginning of the 1990s, until now after many years, is located at the intersection of extreme points of view and diametrically opposed opinions. Paulo Coelho is well-known all over the world, and his books are read in over 150 countries. Each new book by Coelho produces a sensation and becomes popular among the readers. Since 1988, when was released his famous "The Alchemist" for…

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    When God created the world, He created it without sin. However, the prefect beauty of the world was soon corrupted by sin. In response to this, God reacted with grace and mercy, and invited us into relationship with Him. In order to maintain relationship with Him, Christians exercise spiritual discipline. These disciplines, inward, outward, and corporate, reflect our desire to commune with God and demonstrate our need for Him as our savior. In his book Celebration of Discipline, Richard Foster…

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    My Personal Pilgrimage

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    Personal Pilgrimage “O God of wholeness, when I consider the lack of balance and wholeness in my life, the one-sided spiritualties with which I attempt to appease you, to appear good in the eyes of others, and to please myself, I come face to face with my need for a holistic spiritual life. Help me, I pray, to hunger and thirst for the wholeness you have for me in Christ. Help me to be willing to surrender to you whatever stands in the way of such wholeness” (64). Wholeness was a state that I…

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    Several juxtapositions dominate the relationship between the traditional academic life and a spiritual life. In a time when traditional Western thought advocates a dualistic approach of either/or, the relationship of spirituality to the academic life of a university could never be more at odds. For many, the potential ambiguity of spirituality undermines the very structure and pursuit of specific truth universities hold dear; however, the study and practice of spirituality encourages academic…

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