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Philippine Values – The Other Side – Two

[ad_1] There are two traits that seem to hinder the betterment of most Filipinos. These traits are the “bahala na” mindset and the selfish “kanya-kanya” or crab mentality. One of the negative traits of Filipinos is due to their colonial roots. The bahala na mindset can be described as much reliance on one’s fate. Bahala

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Another ‘Great Recant’ Cuts Social Theory

[ad_1] December 10, 1975 In our continuing series of Great Recants, that pronounced recently by former Ohio Governor John J. Gilligan has to rank near the top. The once-vocal champion of labor-liberal causes startled his fellow Democrats at a recent National Issues Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, by blasting a trio of popular programs – a

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Methods to Increase Human Growth Hormone

[ad_1] Wouldn’t you love to feel like you did when you were a teenager? You could look and feel at least 20 years younger using a few techniques, but they do need a little work. Though not instant, when you increase the amount of human growth hormone (HGH) in your body, it will produce both

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Who Invented The Thermos Flask?

[ad_1] The origins of the modern Thermos flask can be traced back to the laboratory of Sir James Dewar, a 19th Century Scottish scientist, where he experimented with low-temperature materials. Producing liquid oxygen at temperatures below -183 C, the problem of storage proved particularly challenging and in 1892 Dewar developed his own solution, the vacuum

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Freemason Symbols – How to Succeed in Life

[ad_1] FEAR NOT WHAT MAN CAN DO UNTO YOU “In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me.” Ps. 56:11 The first word uttered by a candidate for Masonic degrees upon entering a Masonic Lodge declares his faith in God. Without that declaration the form and

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History of Alternative Healthcare

[ad_1] Many people hear the words alternative healthcare, natural medicine, herbal remedies, and so on, and they roll their eyes. This is not a new reaction. These people believe that natural medicine is “mumbo jumbo” and can’t compete with Western medicine. What is probably unknown to them is that natural medicine or alternative healthcare has

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Realisationism Explained

[ad_1] Realisationism/Realizationism can be explained quite simply. It is like someone showing how a magic trick works. The transformation from something totally baffling to something so simple and easy to understand is amazing. We are astonished and dumbfounded by the trick as long as the Magician holds on to its ‘Magic Circle’ secret! To explain

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Varifocal Glasses – A Brief History

[ad_1] Varifocal glasses have been around for many years now and there are currently around 10 million wearers in the UK. These lenses work by combining three distances (Far, intermediate and near) into one lens to enable patients to only have to carry around 1 pair of glasses in order to be able to see

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Does Attitude Really Determine Altitude?

[ad_1] Keith Harrell’s book screams, Attitude is Everything: 10 Life-Changing Steps to Turning Attitude into Action. Jeff Keller not to be outdone goes a step further and shouts, Attitude is Everything: Change your Attitude, Change your Life. Two of the fathers of modern motivational literature, Napoleon Hill, and W. Clement Stone, had in 1960 written

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Chippendale Vs Hepplewhite – Dissecting

[ad_1] Can’t tell your Chippendale from your Hepplewhite? Then it is time to explore the subtle tell-tale differences in the major English furniture styles. Born in the 17th and 18th centuries, traditional English furniture design has remained popular in today’s traditional home d├ęcor. But the English design genre can actually be broken down into seven

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