Mini was a little girl, who was unusually fond of conversations. She had a makeshift mind that moved between various topics within her scope. Although she was young, she could start a conversation with people double or even triple her age. Eventually she became friends with Rahamat, an Afghani money lender, whom she fondly called Kabuliwala. It was a delight to watch the two banter. Rahamat, was a tall, bearded man, who carried a sack on his shoulders while Mini was a tiny little girl who would chatter all the way. Initially Mini, was afraid of interacting with him, because she believed that Rahamat abducted little children in his sack. But Rahamat, because of his obvious fondness for the little girl, broke the ice, by presenting some raisins and apricots from his bag. 1. Thomas Jefferson once said he believed that “all the good” of the new constitution might have been accomplished by simply amending the Article of confederation. According to the text’s authors, it is probably a good


 For Bentham, the goodness of actions is measured by the amount of pleasure they produce. For him, two things were the most important, the pursuit of pleasure and the absence of pain, and so happiness is pleasure without pain. Bentham produced his `hedonic calculus` to calculate the amount of pleasure produced by actions, which includes categories such as measuring the intensity, duration, and purity of pleasure to work out the best actions to take. Mill is an heir of an intellectual movement in England known as Utilitarianism; utilitarianism is concerned with the acquisition of pleasure and elimination of pain. John Stuart Mill follows the guidelines of utilitarianism in order to decide if certain actions are moral. Utilitarianism states that a person should perform the action that produces the most pleasurable outcome for every person involved. Whereas Bentham uses the example of a game of `push-pin` (a children’s game) gives the same amount of pleasure as a good book, Mill argues ag


 Always include them in the conversation, irrespective of the subject? Never use a term of endearment, for example, calling an individual “love” or “dear”, without asking them what name they would like to be called. Some people dislike terms of endearment, others will approve as it is part of their everyday language. One of the most interesting and endearing elements of this story is its mystery, the fact that Edgar Allan Poe, despite the brilliant description of the setting and physical features of the characters, doesn’t actually give us a lot of information about the characters themselves makes the reader ask a lot of questions: Why is the house in such a state of disrepair? ; If the narrator was a childhood friend of Roderick Usher, why doesn’t he know much about him – like the basic fact that he has a twin sister? Etc. “Good-natured” and “sweet-tempered” give Joe an endearing quality, so the reader is drawn to him. However, “foolish” introduces a potentially negative side to his c


etc. ADHD affects behaviour and social development in that….etc. Emotional and social development are also affected by a condition like Autism – Asperger’s syndrome. Dyslexia is a condition that affects learning literacy, dyscalculia affect learning numeracy skills. Physical development may be affected if the child or young person uses a wheelchair, they may not have good mobility. They may be bullied or teased by other students which will affect their self-confidence and in turn affect their learning ability and development. Disabilities are categorised in different forms i.e. learning or physical. Learning disabilities which affect development could be. Autism; autism is a disability which affects how a person relates and communicates with other people and the world around them. “PDA is the physical demonstration of affection for another person while in the view of others. Holding hands or kissing in public are commonly considered to be unobjectionable forms of public displays of aff


   The insurgency uses this unethical tactic to create media propaganda of war. This is for the sole purpose of causing despair and rage within the people of Iraq to brainwash them and turn them against the forces that are sent to help. In the event described below, Yassen is one of the first young men in the Sirens of Baghdad to be won over by this unethical war tactic. The dance’s intent is to portray the struggle & strength of the African American women who were in the slave trade; how women so enslaved & trapped can still manage to be so free. “I heard about lynching’s, Having that kind of experience as a child left a feeling of rage in me that I think pervades my work” Alvin Ailey. “She rises again to wear the cloth as a shawl, then steps on its ends as if bound by it to the ground…” “The final posture mirrors the opening posture of the dance, suggesting a cyclical inevitable progression of frustration and despair…” Ailey has abstracted this narrative to portray the woman’

love or hate

 Overall, it is hard to say which is the stronger emotion – love or hate. Personally, I believe that love is stronger than hate, but it is really a matter of opinion – there is evidence to support both sides all throughout the play. One of the main things supporting that love is stronger than hate is Juliet’s reaction at finding out who Romeo is. Too early seen unknown, and known too late.” The only people she hates brought the only person she loves, into the world, and now that she knows who he is, it’s too late to change anything, because it was love at first sight. In conclusion, Shakespeare contrasted both love and hate during act 1 scene 1 and act 1 scene 5, to create a strong beginning to the play. He presented love and hate in many different ways, but always alongside each other, intertwining throughout. Shakespeare wrote the play of two lovers’, Romeo and Juliet. Thought to be, one of the greatest, tragic love stories of all time, however, throughout the play, Shakespeare contr