Imprisonment is the most popular major penalty for offenders in many countries in the world. But whether it is effective, especially when dealing with pretty crimes?( should not use question in introduction or however, many people doubt about its effectiveness on pretty crimes ) I think those pretty criminals should be punished to work for local communities rather than instead of being put into jail, for the sake of a local community. With no doubt, offenders should pay the price ( or be responsible for) for their illegal activities, no matter they are felonries or misdemeanants. Their disruptive behaviors harm the social stability, for examples, they might inflict economic damage or even destroy families. Therefore as a cost, deprivation of their liberty for them is necessary and fair enough. Never would culprits do self-examination until facing the restriction of freedom. In my opinion, some potential culprits would may actually commit a crime, if there is no imprisonment at all. Obviously, Sending pretty criminals to work can be more effective though punishment. On the one side, forcing lawbreakers to labor, technically speaking is another way to deprive their liberty. That is because they have to work under judges’ instruction, which it means that they are not doing as they like and want ( or it means that their activities are strictly controlled). That is, even though they hate their work, they have to do it. So restriction on them is not less than incarceration in this sense. On the other side, the local community can profit (or benefit) from these criminal’s manual labor in the meantime. For instance, residents could buy something these people make for free, and enjoy the cleaning of streets that light lawbreakers have swept. In a broaden perspective, using the identical criteria to treat different types of lawbreakers is unjustified. There should be distinction in my view. Besides, since pretty criminals are comparatively less dangerous to society, so letting them out to work would be more beneficial to the community concern public little. To conclude, imprisonment is an indispensable form of penalty. But for some offenders whose crimes is are minor, to work for public and to do contribution might be a better option to relieve their guilt. Your Favorite Music
What kind of music do you like?
When do you listen to it?
How does it change your mood?
Music is very important part of every human being’s life. Some people like hip hop, some people like rap and others like jazz. Different people have different tastes for music but there is one thing common amongst all these people, which is that almost everyone in this world is madly in love with music. I am very fond of music. I like all types of music, but my favorite type of music is Indian music. I like to listen to sad Indian songs because I feel that I can relate to them. My life has not worked according to the plan and I have been sad for most part of my life. So I think that those songs are made for me. I like the Indian songs because they are in my native language and the music in those songs is very good. Whenever I am very sad I play the songs so that I could feel sadder. I know it seems weird but I kind of like it when a song is telling my story. I also listen to sad songs when I am driving a car and my time is spent in a very good manner. I really like the songs in which the piano is played. As a matter I also know how to play the piano so I also play the same tunes on my own piano. As I told you earlier that if I am sad I listen to sad songs so that I could become more sad, but when I am happy I do not listen to sad songs on the contrary I listen to happy songs which make me more happy. So I would say that sad songs make me more sad whereas as the happy songs make me more happy. I recall a day when I was sad and my cousin turned on a rap song and it actually infuriated me and I went out of the room, banging the door. Favorite song
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