The Importance of Freedom in Our Life Essay:
A freedom, what a wonderful word! How much energy there is in it! How much opportunity, dream, even believe that only we ourselves determine our capacity to do something, to achieve new horizons, to acquire new skills.
I am sure that each and every one of us has his or her own definition for this word. Someone believes it to be somewhat ephemeral, unachievable. But somebody has it like a deliberate way of life and for others it is a goal they crave it with all their heart.
So, what is the enigma of this seems to be a simple word? What is freedom? And what is importance of freedom in our life.
By definition, freedom is the availability of choice. It is something when you can chose whether you want to do it or not. Continue reading
I realize there may be once a time when I will no longer be able to make health care – or even any – decisions. If and when the time comes, I want my best friend to make them for me. The members of family – existing and future – are the people I love and trust, still in a difficult situation they might find it hard to make the best choice. I am afraid that emotions and fear will prevent them from thinking clearly and rationally. In the hour of need I’d like someone close but reasonable to made health care decisions for me when I will not be able to make them. If my best friend will not be able or willing to make choice for me, then my cousin and my spouse are my second and third choices.
As for the medical treatment – first of all – I do not want to be in pain. I would like to receive enough food, fluid and medicine, as well as be kept warm and clean. I don’t want the doctors and nurses to do or omit doing anything that will result in taking my life. I want to have life-support treatment if my doctor believes that would help in cases of being close to death, in coma and not expected to recover, or with permanent or severe brain damage. But if the life-support treatment does not help my condition and symptoms, I want my doctor stop giving it. Continue reading
Compare and contrast the Cold War in XX century and the War on terrorism in XXI century
The main difference between the Cold War and the War of Terror is that they happened under different systems of international relations. America’s victory in the World War II established it as one of the world’s leaders under the bipolar system. ‘Polarity’ is a term used by international relations scholars to describe the alignment of forces and balance of powers on the world arena.
The bipolar system — the standoff between NATO members and the countries of Warsaw Pact — defined international relations for the most of the second half of the 20th century. The U.S. pursues containment policy to prevent the global spread of communism and victory of the USSR over the “free world.” After the collapse of the USSR, it was unclear what system of international relations was to follow.
Many believed that it was a historic chance to build a truly multipolar world order based on the principles of multilateralism. However, their hopes faded soon. While early 1990s left some space for the development of the multipolarity, the dawn of the 21st century clearly showed that the world has only one global leader eager to strengthen its hegemony. The importance of the U.S. on the global arena encouraged the present administration to promote its overseas interests more aggressively. No one would doubt the present system of international relations is a typical example of unipolarity – a system based on the principle of unilateralism. The criteria used to determine the nature of an international system, i.e. military power, economic strength, and cultural hegemony (Russett, 2003), clearly suggest that the U.S. is a global hegemony. Continue reading
Writing a Critical Essay on Beowulf:
Beowulf is the oldest example of the Anglo-Saxon literature and probably the oldest example of Old English literature. The poem consists of 3182 lines and is supposed to be a real treasure, because very few ancient texts survived in their full variant till modern times. The poem was written in 7 – 8th century but the first mention about it was only in 10th century AD. The poem consists of two chapters and describes the life of the main character Beowulf, who was the warrior from Scandinavian tribe of Geats. The hero probably got his name from the names of the animals “bear” and “wolf” and according to another version the name Beowulf comes from “bee” and “wolf”.
In the first chapter of the book which is much longer than the second one, young Beowulf, being powerful and full of ambitiousness, defeated Grendel, a big monster who attacked Danes all the time. In order to take revenge for her son Grendel’s mother tried to kill Beowulf but failed and he defeated her too. Continue reading
Free Essay on Human Resource Management:
Human resource management refers to the management of an organization human resource or workforce. It comprises the training, selection, assessment and ensures that an organization employees are well rewarded. It is also responsible for controlling organizational culture and organizational leadership and to a large extent ensures that the employees of a company comply with the laid down rules and regulations that is the employment and labor laws.
Human resource management is also expected to be the organization liaison in matters where the employees are entitled to hold a group bargaining agreement. Human resource management is as a result of the human relations movement of the 20th century when researchers started coming up with ways of creating business value via the strategic management of the labor force. Initially, human resource management was dominated by transactions that involved benefits and payrolls management but due to globalization, many organizations have considered organization consolidation, further research and technological advancement. Nowadays human resource management focuses on various strategic initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, diversity, inclusion, talent management, industrial and labor relations. Broadly, human resource management, comprises all those actions associated with the administration of employment relationships and is concerned with developing structures and systems which promote proper management of people at workplaces and how they relate to their juniors and seniors, various departments within the organization to build, develop and maintain an effective work force. HRM gives more attention in creating a conducive and desirable environment at the work place as well as creating and improving an interface between the internal and the external environments in relation to success of the organization’s objectives (Buhler 13). Continue reading
We Should Focus on Good Health Essay:
Practicing medics often wonder how long their patients let progress a disease on a disorder before consulting a doctor. Certainly, there are cases where medical care is critical to the preservation of health and life. However, according to the WHO, medics contribution to the preservation of health is no more than 10-15%, but it is a patient lifestyle that matters in all 50%. Heredity and the environment equally divide the remaining share.
A lot in maintaining their own health really depends on the patient himself, noted the head of the organizational-methodological department of the Minsk City Heart Center Anna Zaharevich. “Good health and active longevity should be in focus for any sensible person,” – stressed the expert.
Meanwhile, people often tend to place the responsibility for health problems on anyone, except for themselves. As an example the representative of Cardiology Center recalls an “Together for a Healthy Heart,” which was held in April, in specially organized 129 places in two days blood pressure of 30 117 people aged 18 to 75 was measured. Continue reading
Essay: Global Market Entry for an In Vitro Diagnostic:
In vitro diagnostics or shortly IVD, are basic, non-invasive and rigorous tests, which are performed on various biological samples in order to diagnose a disease. Specifically, our company deals with production of CRC IVD products in the EU. The products we manufacture are useful for screening and therapy.
The worldwide demand for vitro diagnostic products has gone up and it is projected that by 2015’ it will have increased by 7.1%. The European Union is the region worst hit by colorectal cancer, a condition that is highly malignant. Statistics reveal that men are worst hit by this disease. Overall, according to the detailed and comprehensive statement, 12.9 % of the European population account for 12.2 % malignancy related mortality.
It is also shocking that almost 410000 cases were reported in 2007 concerning the spread of this disease. Out of these, 210000 succumbed to the disease.
The European Union market for in vitro diagnostics devices stood at 30 % of the global market share. The EU demand, according to this projection will increase by almost 7.1 % p.a. through 2015.Therfore, its very important that we increase our product production by 20% in order to match the ever-growing demand. Though Japan and USA still make the world’s largest in vitro products markets, the developing world is growing fastest. Continue reading
Essay on Are We Becoming Slaves to Technology?
Not any of us ask themselves whether we are becoming slaves to technology.
And the answer is not always good for us. Yes, yes, we often have to recognize that most people are addicted to all this modern commodities and it is not just a habit, and this addiction is called a disorder. Of course, it’s not drugs, but the symptoms are the same, and drugs are replaced by all our phones/computers/players and stuff.
During a pedagogical conference recently a woman psychologist shared her research. She just went to school and decided to conduct an experiment. Of course, with the consent of students parents and with a condition that one of them was supposed to be an observer to then talk about their child’s reactions during the experiment without exaggeration and understatement. Continue reading
Inspiration in My Life Essay:
Probably, I could not live without inspiration, it is sometimes the only thing that makes me do something. Inspiration in my life is always positive emotions that, it is unclear how, pushing me forward.
Most interesting is that it always comes when you least expect it at all. It can come in the simplest of things: when you drink coffee or just hang out with your friends, but it is always difficult to grasp.
And to everyone it comes in different ways: to someone in a song or movie, but for someone traveling or people. Inspiration comes in the morning or evening. It comes during riding bicycle or driving the car, in the process of communication, or perhaps when your are alone.
It inspires me to read books, especially reading the classics. I recently read “The Master and Margarita” by Bulgakov. This book made me reconsider my views on the world, understand what is hidden behind closed doors and the unknown hidden sanctuary. It made me think about the meaning of life and pay attention to what I did not see before. Continue reading
My Campus Life Essay:
Campus life is dream that never abandons a student and is shining beacon in front of him.
Student years are always associated with such magic words as first love, fun and youth. One can only envy those who won happiness to walk this path and experience all the joys of student life.
Campus life is often equating by other people to uncontrolled binge and vicious behavior. But such moments, even if they are suddenly found, are rather an exception than the rule. And it is not the lack of control and the ability to conduct free lifestyle are the main achievements in this wonderful stage of life.
Only when a student, a person starts to live already quite adult life that has not been yet encumbered with the usual problems of ordinary adult everyday life. Campus life is a time of open prospects, an opportunity to live the dreams of a beautiful future, faith in the fulfillment of all desires and hope to open all doors. Continue reading