not change. How do you think we came to be the country we are today? The fore fathers of our country did not want things to stay the way they were. They got tired of living under British rule and did something about it. We went to war with a country that had way more money and power than us and still came out on top. If they had not stood up against the British, we would still be under their control. Today, we are considered the most powerful country. Would we be called that if we had not fought
caught yourself thinking about things that people do or things that they are thinking? Have you ever asked yourself, for example, about everyday things like why are most people less willing to seek professional help for mental or emotional problems than for physical problems? Humans Services workers are trained to find answers to questions about people and their behavior. They are especially interested in helping people to help themselves by using their own resources in their community.
Are we better than our forefathers? To try to answer this question, we had better go back in thought about two hundred years, that is, before the great changes began that have made the modern world what it is to-day. To get a picture of their lives, we must cut out many of the things which are so familiar and necessary to us to-day that we wonder how men could ever have got on without them. Take travel, for instance. In the time of our forefathers, there were no railways or steamships or aeroplanes
We lived in the world that filled with a lot of people from different background and of course different age. Age sometimes considered just as a number for someone, because it will not affect what they can achieve. If you work hard to the fullest for something, probably it will be yours. So, age does not matter here. Different people have different view of what is the age range of young and old people. It fully depends on individual thinking. For me, the young people include the kids, teenagers an
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smoothie market was in its infancy. The biggest UK smoothie company was then PJs with a turnover of just under £3million in three years. innocent felt PJs smoothies failed to taste as good as homemade smoothies because they used concentrates rather than fresh fruit. However, despite this, PJs were doing well with a high priced product and growing
in other parts of the world girls are not allowed to attend School. In America we have more privileges than many other nations. I can choose my own religion and I am proud to be an American because I wake each day knowing that who I want to become, is entirely up to me. Many people come from all over the world in pursuit of the American dream. That dream is true because American is where all dreams can come through. We have the ultimate gift that any many men fight great wars and battle fearlessly
When our fore fathers first came onto this land, they were oppressed by their rulers. These wise men decided to stage a revolt against their government and start up a new government, with a set of rules, laws and rights. They did not stage this massive revolt by negotiation, or arbitration but with blood shed on both sides. When the revolt was over, the fore fathers had risen to victory through the use of warfare and guns. They then decided to make a bill stating the basic rights
“organization culture is a pattern of basic assumptions, invented, discovered or developed by a given group as it learns to cope with the problems of external adaptation and internal integration, that has worked well enough to be considered valid and, there fore, to be taught to Neal members as the correct way to perceive, think, and feel in relation to those problems,” (Edgar Schein, 1995; 182) The Schein definition points out that culture involve assumptions, adaptations, perceptions and learning.
which uses power to control water to spin turbines generating electricity. At present there are many hydro-electric power stations, providing around 20% of the world’s electricity. How does this energy source work? Well a dam is built to trap water, where there is plenty of water in lakes, rivers, oceans. The water is than flowed through the tunnels into the dam, to turn turbines and drive the generators. These power stations can produce a lot of power cheaply. In countries such as New Zealand and Switzerland