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    James E. Faust, an apostle in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints as well as an American politician said, “Honesty is more than not lying. It is truth telling, truth speaking, truth living, and truth loving.” Truth is crucial because it is one of the elemental values that show your character and what sort morals you have. Native Americans understood that we should rely upon our inner truth to know which way to journey in life. Native Americans still understand that truth will come out one way or another and it is more honorable to be truthful the first time around. By gaining an understanding of life, we learn to see beyond the illusions into what is real for us, or the truth. In the days of the early Native Americans, honesty…

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    genre’s we are often misinformed or given a half- truth on a particular subject and therefore as the general population, we don’t sift through the mound of information we would typically believe what is printed or stated based on the source that is releasing the information or making the statement without us researching and sorting through the information. Case in point through…

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    mission statement is a synopsis of the aims, values and intentions of the person. It reflects their strengths, what they strive to achieve and their ethos. I agree that both A and B are personal mission statements. In source A, Mahatma Gandhi states the things that he would like to achieve each day, “I shall not fear anyone on Earth… I shall not bear ill will toward anyone. I shall not submit to injustice from anyone. I shall conquer untruth by truth.” All of these things reflect Mahatma…

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    The three personal values deemed very important to hold on to in this life and to try to live by are integrity, respect, and gratitude. The highest value held dear to my heart is integrity because integrity encompasses so much more than just a word. Integrity consist of moral and ethical principles teaching us to live a blameless and righteous life no matter what the situation may be. Respect is very important because no matter where you go in this world as human beings living in the flesh we…

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    He teaches about the danger of finding our identity in what people say about us, what we have, and what we do (Nouwen, Being the Beloved sermon 1 of 8). When our identity is not based on “BEing” the beloved, we will go through our entire life searching for who we are in things that hold no value. Henri Nouwen says that this leads to depression and “our life ends up nothing” (Nouwen, Being the Beloved sermon 1 of 8). Admittedly, I still struggle with this even though I believe that “I am the…

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    alongside the essence of human nature. In the play, Macbeth himself bears the responsibility for the Death of Duncan, his king, his kinsman, and his guest. This is shown when Macbeth allowed his gullibility to get ahead of him as he acted upon the witches’ prophecies, when he gave into Lady Macbeth’s taunting instead of standing his ground, and in his reaction to Lady Macbeth’s death. Macbeth lacked the capability to rise above these predicaments and instead decided to succumb to temptation,…

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    Critique of DNA: A Parasite that Builds its Own Host from The Science Delusion In the third chapter of The Science Delusion, author Curtis White builds upon the importance of Romanticism as a counterculture for our science and logic based search for truth in our current society, as introduced in the second chapter. White enlightens his audience on what Romanticism can provide to our society as well as what science fails to provide for our humanity. His argument in remains mainly biological…

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    told. Proverbs says, “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it”. In Paul’s letters to Timothy, Paul speaks of a faith that he saw in Timothy’s mother and grandmother, and Paul admires the fact that the faith has been passed down. Throughout scripture, there is an emphasis on passing down truth to a new generation, and each generation will have the same task of being a stepping stone or stumbling block for the next. Discipling can…

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    and misunderstandings. In my major paper, I will interview Mrs. Ha Tran, the Finance Manager of Ho Tram Project (HTP) Company and Mr. Binh Ngo, Human Resources Manager of HTP Company, and I used reliable databases- ProQuest, Google Scholar, and the text book to support my arguments. I want to show you my thought and how can I apply the theory to solve the misunderstanding problem of the different cultures in different organizations. Organizational culture is defined as a system where members…

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    Aristotle was Plato’s student who learned from his teacher, Socrates. He became an excellent philosopher through Plato’s teachings, but was remembered for inventing modern logic by himself. Wisdom and knowledge were valued by Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, and in canto four, Dante revisits a place of peace, Limbo. Aristotle is present in Limbo because he wanted to allow others to explore the world, the mind, and for humans to be themselves. His values lead him to Limbo just like many other…

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