When it comes to how you start almost anything:
Make a lot of money first time around.
Lose every penny on the first go-around. 69 more words
Ignaz Semmelweis worked as a doctor at the Vienna General Hospital between 1844 and 1848. He observed that a large proportion of the women in the First Maternity Division who were delivered of their babies contracted a serious and often fatal illness known as puerperal or childbed fever. 1,027 more words
A simple sense of care and compassion in you for others tells enough about you, Whether you are a matter of respect or only a matter of test for others
Its when your internal beliefs and values match your actions. Its saying YES and following through on that promise, whether it be a promise you made to someone else or a promise you made yourself . 431 more words
I started this week having no idea what to study. We are closing in on the final piece of the semester, and I figured we would just focus on some key concepts that I wanted to cement before the end of the year: random language arts concepts (alliteration, anyone?), similes, more time on capitalization and punctuation…Matt has been pushing ahead with some more complicated math concepts (2 and 3 digit addition), etc. 723 more words
The human condition is invalid – as any part is away from its whole.
Though we are a projected part, we are isolated from our whole, as we identify with what we experience. 2,177 more words