Tags » Consumerism » Page 2

film - the youngest form of art

«A film, a piece of theater, a piece of music, or a book can make a difference. It can change the world.»

Alan Rickman

We’re all familiar with literature, art, sculpture, music – all the well established art forms, widely studied by scholars as a creation of genius, something important.

975 more words
Culture

Consumerism by Blair Gaulton

Consumerism
Trash shelled floor
with flashing lights
and music.
Jake calls it consumerism.
(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)Jan 2015

Poetry

How Much Money Do We Need?

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/406041/how-much-money-do-we.html

The world is still divided by the Haves and the Have-Nots. At the outset, the problem may appear to be in the realms of economics, but a keener observation will reveal that it boils down to the hoarding psyche of man. 386 more words

Published Articles

This Bitch

The pivotal moment in my life as a woman was realizing what a bitch I truly have become. Sorry, but I’m not sorry, because life had absolutely been challenging for someone like me. 962 more words

Social Issues

Time for Ethical Consumerism

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/100688/time-ethical-consumerism.html

We live in a world, which is consumed by consumerism. Just about everything under the sun has been commodified, customised and commercialised. Even natural elements like water and air have not escaped this vicious cycle. 381 more words

Published Articles

There is Nothing Called a Free Lunch

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/408640/there-nothing-called-free-lunch.html

Consumerism is the order of the day. More often than not, we find ourselves reaching out for items and products which give us more value for the money we spend. 406 more words

Published Articles

Week 1 Recap - How'd We Do?

The Good –

  • I paid $100 towards my Nordstrom credit card balance (Remaining Balance: $438)
  • I brought my coffee and lunch to work each day instead of eating out…
  • 313 more words
Debt