Category Archives: Philosophies of Life

A Woman Was Asked to Resign as She Took a Day Off to Get Her Prenatal Exams

This is DISCRIMINATION, hello, hello, hello??? And, it’s really hard to imagine, that things like this are still, happening in this, MODERN DAY WORLD that we’re currently living in! From the Front Page Sections, translated… Based off of estimates, there … Continue reading

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By the Lake

Lessons of life, taught, by mother nature, observe, and learn something!!! Translated… In England’s center, not too far from home, in the campus of the university, there was, a lake, by the lake, there were some trees, very picturesque. The … Continue reading

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Being Called Ugly, Vega Chamder Tsai Talked About How She Was Able to Turn Her Being Bullied to Something that Helped Her Grow

Sharing the experiences of her being bullied, to help make the students more aware, to help put an end to bullying, from the Front Page Sections, translated… The actress, Vega Chamder Tsai was invited to Keelung All-Girls’ High School, and … Continue reading

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His Three Sons Took Turns Looking After Him, Taking Care of His Needs as He Ages

These children worked out a schedule, so their father would be well taken care of, it’s a amazing thing that these children are doing, to look after their elderly father, translated… My seventy-five-year-old eldest brother three years ago, because of … Continue reading

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The Incredible Interaction of a Gentle University President& a Cowherd

The childhood experiences of a social worker, from the Front Page Sections, translated… I’m from a farming family, I lived in a village close to Dong-Hai University. And from forty years, there were multiple homes who’d kept the livestock, in … Continue reading

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My Father Enjoyed Staying at the Nursing Homes, with the Professional Care Provided, We Felt More at Ease

Alternative perspective, to looking at placing your parents in a nursing home, translated… Nine years ago, my mom passed away, and dad chose to stay behind at home in Menon, on the land outside the house, it’d became his track … Continue reading

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The Unspoken Rules

Standing up against the rules that damages your health, teaching her daughter to fight for her own rights, translated… Mimi Chou sweat a lot on her feet, if she kept her feet stuffed in her shoes all day, the smells … Continue reading

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