Malaria is an endemic infectious febrile disease, which affects over forty percent of the world’s population in hundreds of countries (World Health Organization). The World Malaria Report 2013 disclosed that approximately 3 million people die of this disease every year, accounting for five percent of all fatalities in the world, while being the leading cause… Read More Malaria: Perfectly Invincible
Let me start by saying that I do not believe in color-blindness. I have been blessed with a pair of eyes that actually see perfectly well. My sight is intact! Hey, my eye doctor can corroborate that fact. Then why should I willingly want to choose to be color-blind? That just doesn’t make sense. When… Read More Political Correctness is Censoring Movies in Color
“It is among the commonplaces of education that we often first cut off the living root and then try to replace its natural function by artificial means. Thus we suppress the child’s curiosity and then when he lacks a natural interest in learning he is offered special coaching for his scholastic difficulties.” ~ Florence King… Read More Compulsory Education: Fabricating Echoes.
Education and schooling appear to be the same thing even though they have different meanings and outcomes. The idiosyncrasy to use both terms interchangeably or subsume schooling under education has become a common social trend. This tendency to assume, rather than confirm, has led to misleading interpretations and beliefs, as well as fallacies of both… Read More “Education” & “Schooling” are not interchangeable – get over it!
A few weeks ago my dog found a baby bird on the balcony. No wonder there was a bird-party outside! The bird’s parents were worried, hovering and cawing loudly. I had no clue what to do! I decided to pick it up with a towel and put it on my lap. At the same time… Read More Diary of a Fledgling
A couple years ago, I wasn’t really aware of the constant objectification that today’s media has been stuffing down our throats, and how this had personally biased my values, beliefs, and even my daily behavior. Apparently, I didn’t pay too much attention to what I was watching or listening to, until my friend – the… Read More Objectification Epidemic: The Effects of Media on Gender Representation and Mental Health
Hello Everybody! Starting a blog has been a thought that has been wandering in my mind for quite some time. Like most people – myself not being an exception to the rule – I have been caught up with the ups and downs that life has to offer. Along the way I have been able… Read More * Welcome to my World *