The article argues that humility is the secret to leadership by first quoting Socrates and his famous observation that the wisest people are the first to admit how little they really know.
Many sign languages (including Auslan, ASL and BSL) are considered endangered because of decreasing numbers of sign language users.
It's a generalisation (can it be anything else?) but we have become a rag tag band of self-interested, mealy-mouthed yahoos, who walk and talk like the bourgeoisie but who have nothing to sell but our mediocrity.
The welfare state is about helping the same people Christians are called to help.
Yet when an actual crisis hits home, it has shown a less than heroic side of the nation and its people.
The former focuses on the governance, how much is spent on fundraising, how transparent the charity is and things like that. The latter focuses on the impact of charities.
The problem is that a revolution sounds more interesting than some clinic.
The ‘nation-state’ is ..... a ‘major impediment to the democratic potential of any country’
God does not appear to be looking after the welfare of those people who have chosen to support him.
In VFL/AFL football there is a time honoured tradition of the crowd being vocal during matches.
These expeditions took place in the early years of the Anglo-French cold war between 1763 and 1776.
'The only lasting things that you can pass on to your children are not assets, but your value system, and yourself as the best role model you can be.'