Tags: CONDUCT of life
- A Lesson from Mongolia: Do What You Can. Terez, Tom // Workforce;Aug2002, Vol. 81 Issue 8, p26
Narrates lessons learned from a trip in Mongolia about doing one can with what one have in any place. Description of the quality of life in Mongolia; Social and economic conditions.
- Everyday Ethiopia. Lieber, Tess // New Moon Girls;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p14
The author shares her experience of living in Ethiopia.
- The Man-Higher-Up. Brady, James // Advertising Age;10/29/90, Vol. 61 Issue 45, p34
Presents an article about people who lived in Sheepshead Bay in New York City. Information on their conduct of life.
- Gifts that I cherish. Graves, E.G. // Black Enterprise;Dec87, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p11
Editorial. Discusses the impact that people and institutions have on our lives.
- Why don't you.... // Cosmopolitan;Sep93, Vol. 215 Issue 3, p128
Gives advice on a number of things to make one's life more cheerful and pleasant. Starting Christmas shopping in September; Adding chocolate chips to pancake batter for a more delicious breakfast; Retiling bathroom with black and white squares; Scrubbing face with sliced oranges; Recording a...
- Let's look at the big picture in Washington. Arendt, Margaret // Insight on the News;03/30/98, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p5
Opinion. Looks at morals in the United States with reference to the sex scandal involving United States President, Bill Clinton. Effect of the decline of morals on the country; Outlook on women in relation to President Clinton; What politicians should do.
- The secret to a long life. Dennis, Gregory; Doheny, Kathleen // Shape;Nov97, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p24
Presents information on the concept of high self esteem equaling longer life. Information on research conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; Reference to Duane F. Hurst who led the research.
- From the other side of the pulpit. // Christian Century;8/27/86 - 9/3/86, Vol. 103 Issue 28, p746
In an article appropriate for Labor Day, the problem of the compartmentalization of life, particularly as evidenced in the Church's inadequacy in relating to people at their workplace, is looked at.
- Too obvious to forget. L'Engle, Madeleine // Victoria;Jun95, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p26
Presents the author's reflections on remembering the obvious. Author's care and efforts to write about the obvious problems of being a woman in the 20th century; Love for the simple things in life; Need to remember the little joys of life.
- A picture of the self which supports moral responsibility. Anderson, Susan Leigh // Monist;Jan91, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p43
Addresses the issue of holding people responsible for their actions. Two commonly prerequisites of an action for which one can be held morally accountable; What prerequisites are; Requirements for this assumption; How to avoid contradictions; Options to consider about moral responsibility;...