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Money

Have you made money your master? Having enough cash to survive is essential, but how much do you let your financial situation control you? “Money can’t buy happiness, but neither can poverty.” Leo Rosten, author. We need money to survive. Food costs money, clothes cost money, the roofs over our heads cost money. I don’t think that anyone could realistically deny its importance in our modern world. More and more families within the Western World are now living below the poverty line, struggling to put enough cash...

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Safety

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Safety

Living free from the threat of violence is an essential element for our happiness. Violence can come in many different shapes and sizes. From bullying in an academic or work situation to domestic violence to an attack in the streets; we live in a dangerous world. Being a victim of any form of violence, or even being aware of it in the life of a loved one, can do serious damage to your confidence, not to mention the devastating effect it can have on the rest of your life. Victims of violence have a tendency to lash out at their loved ones. The...

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Freedom

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Freedom

Freedom is a word tossed around without much understanding. What does it really mean to be free to choose without fear? The existence of charitable organisations such as Freedom House and Amnesty International clearly shows that the basic right to freedom is not always a given. Can you imagine being terrified to express an opinion due to the oppression your words could cause to yourself and your family? If you have always lived in a country that grants liberties such as Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Choice then such a situation could seem...

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Mortality

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Mortality

Coming to terms with your own mortality and that of your friends and family is not an easy task. In a civilisation where death is a taboo topic of conversation, how can we overcome this obstacle? Six feet under, pushing up daisies, asleep, kicked the bucket, with the ancestors, in the grave, danced the last dance, passed on… We have so many euphemisms for death. Why? Because it’s a subject that we find incredibly difficult to talk about and to come to terms with; that’s why we find so many ways to say that someone is dead,...

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