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Additionally, the two stories have an element of supernatural vents and beliefs.
Bodhisattva in Buddhism is the attainment of a state of ‘all-seeing’ where an individual, motivated by compassion, is able to assist sentient beings .Mulian fulfills the ideal of bodhisattva by offering of one hundred different meals to the monks on the fifteenth day of the seventh month as a way of pleading with the Buddha to save her mother from suffering in hell (Feuchtwang). Similarly, Miaoshan engaged in mediation, devotion and performing deeds of compassion in order to fulfill the ideals of bodhisattva (Bauer and Franke).
The two stories entrench the Chinese society as quite a patriarchal society. In Mioshan’s story, the father is overly protective of her daughter, and the moment the daughter transgresses she gets an undeservedly heavy punishment. On the other hand, the Mulian’s story depicts Mulian mother suffering in hell for the sins she committed in the past. That may have changed, but the use of women as villains in both stories depict quite a patriarchal
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Then the war between the dominance of science and religion began, often leading to excommunications, such as Galileo from the Christian church, and suppression of all scientific knowledge. As technology began to develop and human society developed, the value of religion in the active lives of people began to decrease and science began to increase.
The affected person shows a social awkwardness and an obsession with a particular subject. The story, House Rules delves deep into the Asperger syndrome and attributes much of its symptoms on its protagonist Jacob Hunt. In fact the story seems less of a murder thriller and more of an encyclopedia on Asperger, since Jacob shows almost all the characteristics of a typical AS kid.
Born as an illegitimate child she breaks not only the rules of the school but also those of the society. She represents the unconventional and unique identity created out of her independence, and rebellion against the traditional teachings of her mother who tries to “make a lady out of [her]” (Brown, 33).
First, the book challenges us to think of various organizations and specific missions as a multifaceted system rather than as accumulation of isolated problems. The book is a climax for the expansion of a holistic view, the way everything interacts, and the factors that act upon other factors.
Hmong is an ethnic group in Asia that lives in the Southern Asian Mountains. Others moved to America and settled in the mountains of Thailand. Lia Lee who is a Hmong child suffered from epilepsy (Fadiman, 2012). The diseases progressed to a level where Lia Lee lived a vegetative state for the rest of her life.
There are differentiated instructions including curriculum matches teachers and teacher teams that are supported by parents and community. I agree that, the principals are leaders of a learning community who decide how successful schools are. I take them as facilitators only of the learning process, not actually of the leadership in instruction and curriculum activities.
It is a compilation of some vital messages to a particular head of an organization. The messages deduced here are supplemental to Hamm’s work of 2006 on the same subject.
The messages provided in Hamm’s work for proper management and
Different models and approaches were introduced and I found them really helpful do fulfil my future endeavors.
I did not know how to use online data base properly. In chapter 3 we learnt how to use different data bases
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