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The First Law: Self Preservation

Self preservation is the protection of oneself from harm or death, especially regarded as a basic instinct in human beings and animals.

A man's a man for 'a that

I’m a Scot and a lifelong fan of the poetry of Robert Burns, a pioneer of the Romantic movement. While Burns is more often remembered as something of a ladies man, “the greatest hours that ere I spent were spent among the lasses o”, he was also a towering advocate for social equity. 109 more words

Dear white people-- don't worry its from a fellow white friend.

Its important for you to watch this. 

It is not a matter of expression, it is not a matter of constitutionality– it’s a matter of respect. 622 more words

  • Jawaharlal Nehru : It is the responsibility of the dominant community not to use its position in any way which might prejudice the secular ideal of the nation.

Coffee society

As though it has been all planned out: Drink coffee. Get the kids prepped for school. Run to work. Get coffee. Work work work. Get coffee. 306 more words

Favel issues

FAVELissues is a collaborative blog analyzing urban informality on a global scale. With such an interdisciplinary team composed of sociologists, architects, planners, economists, political scientists, academics and practitioners, and such an international body (US, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, India, South Africa and Egypt amongst others) FAVELissues is sure to bring multiple perspectives – bridging both theory and practice- to discussions of city growth, development, and sustainability.

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Social impact and going beyond the potholes of ‘democracy’…

It has been said that Democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time. 1,237 more words

Social Impact