• Tree plantation programme in college campus
    Tree Plantation Tree plantation means planting trees and plants. The purpose of tree plantation is save the endangered environment and to beautify our life. Trees are valuable gifts of nature. They are known as the best friends of human beings. They benefit us in various ways. The lives of men and...
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  • Tree Plantation
    Man has been closely related with the nature since the down of civilization. Nature is helpful for all human beings. Nature abounds with trees. Trees are one of the best gifts of nature. As the civilization proceeds towards development, valuable nature assets are also getting damaged day by day. So it...
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  • Essays
    Nature Nature is a beautiful thing all over, and we see it every day in our lives. No matter where it is, it never seems to fail to bring a smile upon our faces. Unfortunately, man has a tendency to destroy it. In Passage I, an essay by Rachel Carson, and in Passage II, a poem by Robert Frost, the...
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  • Fruit of the Spirit
    Teacher I. INTRODUCTION: Talking with Christians about the Holy Spirit can sometimes get pretty confusing. Last week we studied the specific "gifts" of the Holy Spirit - which to an outsider sounds like the Holy Spirit might have something in common with Santa Claus. This week we study the "fruit"...
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  • Environment
    he planet Earth is a gift to us by God. It is sustained life for millions of years, be it in any form. Resources on which we thrive have been in abundance. But as man pushes forward for more and more, he has forgotten the importance of saving our planet so that its resources last for millions of years...
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  • Deforestation
    is, perhaps, the most valuable gift provided to the mankind by the mother nature. It gives, us all what is required for human life. The very birth starts with the process of provision of wood, shade, fruits and oxygen. The exchange is nothing but the cutting by the man who fails to obey his part and...
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  • Philosophy
    God. We should all rejoice in his birth as God gave his only begotten son to die for our sins. So I then ask, why a Christmas tree? Why Christmas lights? Why a story of Santa and his flying reindeer bringing gifts to children all around the world? Why do people think that Christmas is wonderful? Most...
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  • The Beauty of Art
    Jennie Kiessling August 4, 2011 “Our talents are the gift that God gives to us…What we make of our talents is our gift back” Leo Buscaglia Have you ever heard the expression “He’s so talented?” or “She’s so gifted?” I believe everyone has the gift to be talented at something. Whether...
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  • A Thing of Beauty by Keats
    appeals to our senses permanently. It cannot be destroyed by time and space. It is a temporal and its loveliness does not fade. It is a ray of light and hope that consoles man in his miseries and misfortunes. Then Keats mentions the objects of beauty one by one. The sun, the moon, the old trees, the daffodils...
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  • Jahsjhajsk
    A WALK BY MOONLIGHT BY H. L. V. DEROZIO Poetry is the awakening of our conscience. In ‘A Walk by Moonlight' Derozio illustrates how, on a casual walk, he is "allied to all the bliss, which other worlds we're told afford". The walk and observation makes him question life and introspect as well...
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  • Creation Stories
    Native Americans believe that all things of nature have a spiritual value in life, they use animals, insects, plants, and other forms of nature to symbolize spirits in their stories. Native Americans have a variety of creation stories in which different...
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  • deforestation
    A tree is the most valuable gift provided to the mankind by the Mother Nature. It gives us all what is required for human life. The very birth starts with the process of provision of wood, shade, fruits and oxygen. The exchange is nothing but the cutting by the man who fails to obey his part and destroys...
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  • Preservation of Forest
    resources Several measures have been prescribed for the preservation of the forests.  They are as follows: The trees cut down for timber or other uses, should be matched with planting of more trees, so that, there is no scarcity. The use of fuel wood and wood charcoal should be discouraged.  The conventional...
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  • Reciprocity in Anthropology
    around us is mostly constructed by the culture we are exposed to and brought up in. The world makes sense to us because of the ways culture influences our perception. We experience the world around us in a time, space, and mentality that are built solely by culture. The Kaluli are a tribal clan from Highland...
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  • Likenesses
    Likenesses Man has only one means to discovery, and that is to find likenesses between things. To him, two trees are like two shouts and like two parents, and on this likeness he has built all mathematics. A lizard is like a bat and like a man, and on such likeness he has built the theory of evolution...
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  • Essay on Land Development
    *Argumentative Essay “Is that a Development?” Beautiful sceneries, green grasses, tall trees, Blue Ocean and a healthy land. That’s what I imagine when they said the past life. But now, where are those? I can’t barely feel and see it. It’s a modern world now. It’s a modern world where...
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  • Site Visit and Tree Planting
    REACTION by Ms. Precy Last August 4, 2013, we ABE students of section matalino had our site visit in Norzagaray Bulacan. It took us 2 hours to travel from Manila to Norzagaray. We were so excited because that is our first time to have that activity. The environment was so refreshing and clean unlike...
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  • Environment
    It natural resources are free, e.g. minerals and oil. PROTECT OUR EARTH “Nature does nothing uselessly.” Aristotle ! The earth rotates around the sun and teaches duty . ! Rivers teach service by giving their waters to all. ! Trees teach sharing by providing fruit and shade to all, even the woodcutter...
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  • Emerson on Nature
    Talking to Trees: Emerson’s Thoughts on Nature Strip man from his surroundings, meaning take nature and all of its beauties away, and man will be beaten down not knowing what to think and will finally realize the true beauty of nature. Ralph Waldo Emerson’s depiction of mans communication with nature in Nature...
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  • Return to the Nature—an Ecocritical Interpretation of Death of a Salesman
    Return to the Nature—an Ecocritical Interpretation of Death of a Salesman 1. Introduction 1.1 A Brief Introduction to the Death of a Salesman Death of a Salesman, the masterpiece of Arthur Miller, depicts a story of common American family—Lowman’s family. Willy is a man with hugh ambitious but...
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