• annual day
    Goddess of knowledge. (Mother, we pray for your blessings with all humility – give us wisdom to make this world a better place. May all human beings live in harmony with nature and other forms of life. May the truth prevail. May the darkness of ignorance be swept away by the dawn of self-realization?)That...
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  • Poverty Is the Father of Vice, Crime and Failure
    Poverty means ignorance, and it means ignorance handed down from father to son. Poverty means drunkenness. The pennies of POOR men and POOR women pay for more than half the vile whiskey, gin and other poisons that men buy to help them forget. Poverty and its sister, Ignorance, fill the jails and...
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  • A Random Gatsby Essay
    Great Gatsby Essay : Knowledge is Power vs. Ignorance is Bliss The belief of ignorance is bliss is understandable to live by, but while it may allow some to be be spared from the horrors of reality just as the wealthy people were during the 1920s, ignorance and the lavish lifestyle blinded the rich and...
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  • Cassandra
    CASSANDRA A blessing A curse Mocking, spiteful, voices filled with ridicule Slithering voices, surrounding me, engulfing me and spitting me out! Has everyone lost all sense of truth?? Danger is looming in our future I grieve to think of the extent of people’s ignorance Once it was a gift...
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  • Death: Should We Fear It?
    death. On the contrary and in general, people fear the unknown because there could always be a negative aspect to the unknown. Yes death could be a blessing, but if it is unknown, then it could be a curse as well. A fear of the unknown exists because there is no way to shield nor prepare one's self from...
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  • Teacher
    all undiscovered before me.” Do we really consider ourselves knowledgeable? The saying goes like: “There is humility in knowledge and arrogance in ignorance” Because as your knowledge expands you realize how vast and deep the ocean of truth is. Imagine a balloon. As you inflate more air into the balloon...
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  • Prostituion
    citizens of the country. But Islam not only condemns it in strongest possible words but also rejects it totally and absolutely. During the Age of Ignorance ( Jihalat ), trade of body was uncontrolled. Any woman, free or slave could sell her body at will. Some of the masters of slave-girls forced them...
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  • Business Law
    to the noble Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) who conveyed it and perfectly applied its teachings. Therefore, the divine Word codified in the Qur’an and exemplified in the guiding traditions and practices of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) have always been believed by...
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  • Platos Apology
    wisdom. His does this by questioning them. As the oracle stated, there is no man wiser than Socrates. This is because Socrates is aware of his own ignorance, unlike other men. He believes that it is his job to question those who are said to be “wise”, in order to prove their false wisdom. In doing so he...
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  • The War Prayer Analysis
    same exact prayer that the townspeople are praying without concealing the truth. Clemens uses the old man to identify his purpose of the narrative, ignorance to war. In the opening paragraph, Clemens describes our country in the mist of war and the patriotism was flowing like a never ending waterfall...
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  • Surah Al Fatiha
    was revealed in Makkah.It consists of seven verses. EXPLANATION Allah deserves to be praised for the perfection of His qualities and spiritual blessings. Therefore, people should praise Him for everything He has given them. He alone deserves it. He is the Lord of the worlds.He made everything that...
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  • Allegory of the Cave by Plato
    to be inferior were more knowledgeable." Socrates’ persistent questioning and examining earned him many enemies as his scrutiny exposed the men’s ignorance and left them feeling angry and foolish. This eventually led to his trial where he was charged with corrupting the youth and impiety. In the Apology...
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  • Wealth Sanctions Folly
    “Wealth Sanctions Folly” “Everything from Allah Talah is a Blessing only you are the one who can make it a curse” Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SalAllahu'alayhi wa sallam) once advised his companions and said: "Two hungry wolves let loose among sheep are not more harmful then a person craving after...
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  • Learning How to Read and Write by Frederick Douglas
    determination to learn. At some point he express that learning how to read was a curse rather than a blessing and he found himself envying the stupidity of the ignorance of his fellow slaves because that ignorance keep them away from being unhappy which was one of the things his master said could happen if...
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  • Worldcom Assessment
    showed true to the above scripture since there was not a solid understanding of the blessings he achieved but also the importance of keeping up with the ethical practices needed to maintain the large amount of blessings. I believe that if the two men who founded the company would have considered God’s...
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  • Socrates Worldview
    The question of condition focuses on what is wrong with humanity. Information from the readings reveals that ignorance is the basic problem and that people are ignorant of their own ignorance. In the apology, Socrates suggests “that the difficulty is not so much to escape death; the real difficulty...
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  • rh bill
     “We know better to believe that ignorance is not a bliss. Ignorance is also deadly. This goes for both parents and children. We also know better to accept that even if it is opposed for many reasons, proper education or reproductive health and sexuality will do more good than harm”, according to PLCPD...
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  • The Sound Through the Fog of Histrory
    time shortly after the fall of the Roman Empire, distorted by the sea's constant instability and masked by the fog of academic bias and societal ignorance.  As darkness fell on the Romans, the world transitioned into the Middle Ages.  Much of this period remains more the subject of myth and revivalist...
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  • Papa
    not. This makes Meletus speaks in riddles which means that he is accusing him of no wrong doing. 5. According to Socrates the most blameworthy ignorance is to believe that one knows what one does not know. 6. His method of questioning people is he examines people and tests them to determine whether...
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  • Deah
    that is of today, and the purpose includes the fact that it humanizes the slaves. S- Express his opinion that education can be both a curse and a blessing, but should be attainable for all social standings, and that slavery should end. Also, that books are the producer of intelligence. As a slave for...
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