Category: Nature

Category: Nature

TOP Motivational Quotes to Inspire You to Be Successful
May 12, 2020 Art, Beauty, Books, Business, City, Comics, Culture, Education, Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, Environment, Family & Community, Fashion, Finance, Food, Gaming, Home & Garden, Information Technology, Medical, Nature, Other, Politics, Spiritual Shehzad

No matter how old you are now. You are never too young or too old for success or going after what you want. Here are Best Motivational Quotes to Inspire You to Be Successful. Let’s get started: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” ― Winston S.

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How to use aarogya setu
April 24, 2020 Animal & Creatures, Education, Entrepreneurship, Environment, Family & Community, Finance, History, Jobs & Education, Medical, Music, Nature, Other AG TRICK

How to use Aarogya Setu App ? photo collected:twitter page  Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi recently launched Aarogya Setu App. Which App track your Covid-19 pandemic history. Aarogya Setu App is the best online platform for fight against COVID-19 in India. India has launched Aarogya Setu App developed by Ministry of Electronics,

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What Are the Solutions to Political Polarization?
March 21, 2020 City, Environment, History, International, Nature, Other, Politics, Religious Priya Saha

What drives political polarization? Is it simply disagreement over the great issues of the day? Not necessarily. Recent research by the More in Common Foundation found that more than three-fourths of Americans support both stricter gun laws and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought here as children. Roughly the same number of Americans agree “that

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What Are the Solutions to Political Polarization?
March 19, 2020 City, Education, History, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Nature, Other, Politics, Relationship, Social Media Priya Saha

What drives political polarization? Is it simply disagreement over the great issues of the day? Not necessarily. Recent research by the More in Common Foundation found that more than three-fourths of Americans support both stricter gun laws and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought here as children. Roughly the same number of Americans agree “that

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Do We Have an Instinctive Urge to Be Kind?
March 19, 2020 Business, City, Culture, Education, Health, Home & Garden, Medical, Nature, Other, Relationship, Science Priya Saha

This is one of the implications that John M. Darley and C. Daniel Batson considered in their famous 1973 “Good Samaritan” study. In an ironic turn of events, some theology students on their way to deliver a lecture on the Good Samaritan—about how spiritually important it is to be helpful—did not stop to assist someone slumped

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Do This in the Morning for a Better Workday
March 13, 2020 City, Education, Family & Community, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Work life and home life have become blurred. Even after the workday ends, many of us feel a compulsion to continue checking emails and ruminating about work-related problems, worrying about how we will get everything done. In response, we’re advised to detach from work—to turn off our work brain at 5 o’clock, and take time to be present with our

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How a Little Humor Can Improve Your Work Life
March 13, 2020 City, Culture, Education, Environment, Family & Community, Health, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Nature, Other Priya Saha

Why do we laugh at movies like Office Space or shows like The Office? What’s so funny about work? For one student in the GGSC’s online Foundations of Happiness at Work course, humor is found in everyday faux pas. Steve from California shared, “During a meeting, my boss complimented our colleague…saying how handsome he is. The team felt awkwardly

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Why Activism Is Natural for Young People
March 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Family & Community, Hobbies & Leisure, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Young people are demanding change. In the last few days, young Indigenous activists and their supporters blocked parliamentarians in Victoria, B.C., from accessing the provincial legislature and led waves of protest across the country. For some young people, climate change is urgent. For others, gun violence is a crisis. From truth and reconciliation to inclusion and diversity and mental health, young people are bringing awareness to

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How Do Your Morals Shape Your Politics?
March 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Nature, Other, Politics, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Today is Super Tuesday, 2020, when voters in 14 states and one U.S. territory will decide who will represent the Democratic Party in the race against the current president. One issue has dominated the primary debates: Why is wealth and power so skewed in America, and what can we do about it? As Senator Bernie

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Building a Passion for Lifelong Learning
February 28, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, Family & Community, Health, Home & Garden, International, Life, Nature, Relationship, Travel Priya Saha

If there is one thing that can help you reach your full potential, it’s this: a passion for lifelong learning. This one thing can make the difference between reaching your full potential and just living an average life. Unfortunately, many people equate education with formal education. They think they only need to learn while they are in academic

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