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Questioning Society Part I.

I am growing up with a privileged lifestyle: food for when I’m hungry, clothes for when I ‘run out’ of outfits. Despite the countless opportunities I’ve had, I see a very biased world. 481 more words

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It's what we do that defines us?

Are we what we do?

A few days ago I was watching Batman Begins (yes I am a comic book/superhero movie junky).  Something that stuck out to me more than usual was this theme of, “It’s not who I am on the inside, but what I do that defines me.”  Originally, this quote came from Jane Austen whom I adore.  378 more words

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who owns your body?

When will women’s bodies have only one owner?

An alarming report came to my attention a few weeks ago:  women prisoners in California are being sterilized without their consent.  253 more words

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What is the truth?

Does truth exist?

We think of truth as this unshakable, immovable force which carries us through life.  It is a never ending reference point to which we return so that we don’t get lost.  474 more words

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depend on it, not me

Are we more dependent on things than on people?

Our society is becoming more and more dependent on things: computers, cell phones, cars, starbucks etc.  However, if one does not have all of those things, does that mean they are not part of society?  434 more words

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it's a big world after all

It’s a small world when we consider our degrees of separation shrinking as a result of technology.  However, despite all of the information and communication highways, it can be easy to remain enclosed in a community without allowing anything beyond to penetrate it. 454 more words

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helping or hurting?

Does America really help or hurt refugees?

After recently watching a documentary on the Lost boys of Sudan, I couldn’t help but question if America is really helping them?  269 more words

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