Archive for the 'Arts And Entertainment' Category

The Mystery Behind Birth and Death

Sunday, September 30th, 2012

BIRTH It is the creation and beginning of a brand new world, a brand new life, a life that as not seen hate, shame and pain… A journey that starts from a world of obscurity, a journey that thrives and develops under the influence of either love or lust, it all begins when two different […]

King John of England – Short History and Accomplishments

Friday, August 17th, 2012

John of England was born Christmas Eve 1167 and died October 19, 1216. He became King of England in 1199 and had a very interesting history. His succession to the throne came after his brother King Richard the First, the Lionhearted. John’s nickname was not as inspiring. He was called both “Lackland” (because he was […]

The Great Debaters Topics of Debate – Civil Disobedience, Morality, Equality, Law, & Democracy

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

The movie The Great Debaters debates universal topics and themes which all human beings can relate to and understand. In regard to what is morally right or wrong, which is to be preeminent? The law or one’s own conscience? This is but one of the many outstanding topics debated and argued throughout the film, which […]

The Politics Of Negotiation

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Now it’s the turn of Jodhaa-Akbar. For allegedly hurting the sentiments of someone or the other, it is getting banned in state after state. The ban has become so glibly used that today it seems to have become a routine part of our lives. The electric aura around a banned book or film has disappeared […]

To an Athlete Dying Young

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

In the poem “To an Athlete Dying young”, Housman recalls a time when a young athlete won the race which brought honour to the town. For his victory he was given a hero’s reception by being carried in a chair throughout the market place. He was brought home held shoulder-high while people young and old […]

The Power of Disagreement and Dissent

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Please, disagree with me It further opens my eyes to see I don’t require you to be like me Be yourself, so I can be me Be opinionated and infuriated Tell me when you’re aggravated Open your mouth wide when irritated Get in my face and air your convictions Vocalize your beliefs and disagreements I […]

American Greek Antique Democracy Meets Asian Control

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

The story of America is unique in the world. It began as a trickle of independent minded Puritans who determined to speak directly their God, keep their muskets and beholden to no king who would stand between them and God like an English pope. King James, while creating the wondrous new Bible, also determined he […]

Do Music & Presidential Politics Mix? You Bet!

Saturday, January 7th, 2012

Bill Clinton was neither the first musical president of the United States nor the only one. Both Harry S. Truman and Richard Nixon were excellent piano players. People were surprised to learn that the former President, Bill Clinton, plays the saxophone. But, several other Presidents of the United States of American were musically gifted, as […]

Decoding the Ancient Wisdom of the Secret of Moles and Their Meaning

Sunday, August 21st, 2011

Moles appear anywhere in our body. Many schools of thoughts have been arguing relating to whether moles that appear in certain parts of our body signify a good omen over the other. Suppose, instead of looking at the moles and classified them as good or bad, can we look at the moles from a different […]

Democracy on a Silver Plate

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Democracy is like a good meal, a satisfying meal that makes you burp. If you feel happy with your meal it is most certainly that you want more of it. This good food makes you sit straight and get excited. A good meal is made of all the organic and quality raw ingredients. The taste […]

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