“We see and understand things not as they are but as we are.” The knowledge issues involved in the above claim are as follows: What does it mean to see or understand something? When do we know when something is understood? If I see the world as I am and you see and understand the world as you are, do we see it as the same? In this essay, I will examine the above saying and address the knowledge issues that arise, in relation to three Ways of Knowing; perception emotion, reason.
sat quietly in the gloomy, wet concrete cellar, far, far below ground level. Soon came a thump followed by footsteps, someone or something was coming! She could hear voices in the distance getting louder as Sophie became more frightened. She could see light coming in through a large hole above her head (where she must of fell in), but if day time had come Sophie hadn’t slept at all! There was a noise, like a key rattling in a lock, trying to open the door, when suddenly the door slowly creaked.
was talking about when he said that the architect intentionally designed the entrance to free the mind. Also, the tram ride was very peaceful. I thought the ride up hill to the Getty allowed my mind to prepare for the beautiful sight I was about to see. One thing that really amazed me was the fact that every single thing was aligned like how we design our building on a grid paper. Everything coming from the trees, the blocks, the plants, columns, were spaced equally. Even as we were leaving,
Identify Your Customer’s Needs and Wants Once you have gained a prospect’s attention it is time to find out the needs and wants of that person. People buy for different reasons, and they are motivated to buy because of individual needs and wants. A good salesperson takes the time to persuade a customer to reveal those needs and wants -- not always an easy task, but it’s the basic technique of the sales process. Once those needs and wants are established, ask yourself this key question -- “What can
KASAYSAYAN St. Scholastic’s Academy, San Fernando, Pampanga, ay dating isang diyosesis na paaralan. Noong 1925, ito ay ipinagbili sa mga Benedictine Sisters na namamahala ng paaralan ng mga ilang taon na. Una itong nakilala bilang Assumption Academy, hindi nagtagal ay pinalitan ang pangalan nito bilang St.Scholastica’s Academy, Pampanga, upang maitaguyod ang kaugnayan sa Benedictine Sisters upang maiwasan ang pagkaugnay sa kumbento ng Assumption sa Maynila at sa bagong bukas na Assumption University
disorganization Organizing Your Child vs. Teaching Them to be Organized Success in School Organizing School Supplies Look in your book bag… 1. Is anything moving? 2. Are there papers that have been missing for weeks? 3. Are there papers you no longer need to be carrying? 4. Are pens, pencils, highlighters, etc. thrown everywhere? 2 Notebooks are helpful! Do they all look alike? Are there labels? Dividers? Are all notes in one notebook? Can you color code? Red-Reading Blue-Math Yellow-Science
WR 121 21 July 2011 See It to Believe It Art is all around us. Each individual interprets art differently. So, how can an individual define or interpret a piece of art? Anybody and everybody can define or interpret an art piece the way they want to. You don’t have to be an art scholar or teacher, art is meant to be viewed by everyone. Left open to the like or dislike of each person. This is a great aspect of art; it is what it is, to you! The only problem with this is that it leaves the observer
responsibilities. How much of our destiny is pre-determined? Why were beings as complex as ourselves made to exist? “When I consider the short duration of my life, swallowed up in the eternity before and after, the little space which I fill, and even can see, engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces of which I am ignorant, and which know me not, I am frightened, and am astonished at being here rather than there; for there is no reason why here rather than there, why now rather than then. Who has put
ITS BETTER TO BE AN EMPLOYEE THAN AN EMPLOYER ! ! Medical Insurance Medical insurance covers the costs of physician and surgeon fees, hospital rooms, and prescription drugs. Some companies even will include the employee's family (dependents). ! Employers usually pay all or part of the premium for employee medical insurance. Often employees pay a percentage of the monthly cost only. ________________________________________________________________________ Paid Time Off Paid time
To See and Not See Early in October of 1991, I got a phone call from a retired minister in the Midwest, who told me about his daughter's fiancé, a fifty-year-old man named Virgil, who had been virtually blind since early childhood. He had thick cataracts and was also said to have retinitis pigmentosa, a hereditary condition that slowly but implacably eats away at the retinas. But his fiancée, Amy, who required regular eye checks herself because of diabetes, had recently taken him to see her own