13 Dec 2018

Simple Ways To Learn Russian

It takes a lot of hard work and determination to learn a language, but it is not impossible. Keeping yourself motivated and interested will do wonders when trying to learn Russian. Follow these tips in order to best prepare yourself to learn a new language in the most efficient ways possible.

The most challenging part about learning Russian is understanding the alphabet. Private tutors can be a great help at teaching the basic principles of the language. Although one can learn Russian through online courses or purchased language learning software, basic knowledge is best learned in a classroom. The stronger your foundation of basic Russian is, the easier it will be for you to progress.

Since you have to learn a new alphabet, it may feel as though you are progressing slowly. However, taking the time to master the alphabet and important words or sentences, will greatly improve your Russian in the future. Purchase a pocket sized Russian dictionary to have with you at all times. Whenever you find yourself wondering how to say something in Russian you can just look it up.

Learning a language is all about repetition. Anyone who has attempted to learn a language knows that words just go in one ear and out the other if you do not practice them. Preparing flashcards to bring with you on long bus rides or in between classes can really help you improve your Russian.

A great way to track your language learning is to read newspaper or magazine articles. Thanks to the internet, you do not have to travel to Russia to have access to these publications. Circle words that you do not understand and look them up. Some time in the future you will be able to look back at these articles and understand every word.

Learning a language with a friend can be a great resource. You can get together with your friend on a weekly or biweekly basis to discuss new things you have learned in Russian. In between your meetings you should listen to CDs or books on tape. When you meet up you can discuss what you both learned from the reading material.

Once you have studied a bit of Russian, you should reward yourself by traveling to Russia. Even just a few weeks in Russia will help you tremendously in your language skills. However, traveling is expensive and not everyone has the money to finance this type of adventure.

If you are looking to make money instead of spend money while learning Russian, offer up a room in your home for a Russian exchange student. Many colleges and high schools offer exchange programs and are looking for families in the community to host them. Although your exchange student probably wants to learn English, they will love having someone to speak their native language with.

Source by Joseph Troyer

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13 Dec 2018

How to Retain New Hebrew Vocabulary!

Flashcards are a phenomenal way to get your Hebrew vocabulary to stick already! I was told about them on my daily walk to Ulpan last winter and I've been a huge missionary ever since.

If you're one of those people who try time and again to remember certain words that continue to elude you, then flashcards are for you. The best part is that you can spend literally 10 minutes per day, and notice significant results within a week or so.

There are plenty of free software flashcards that you can use online or download onto your computer, mobile phone or other portable device that are designed to help you remember 'facts' (for example, nouns such as furniture) easily, quickly and efficiently.

In short, they help you to learn absorb a lot of information with minimal time and effort!

Spaced Repetition Systems

Spaced repetition flashcard systems help you to increase your learning speed and retention by repeating the terms you do not know more often, and gradually decreasing those that you do know.

When the software presents you with a flashcard, you try to recall the answer (for example the software gives you the word 'drawer', and you rack your brain for the correct Hebrew term 'megera'). You then click a button and the correct answer appears. After that you tell it (honestly!) How easily you remembered the answer (from a choice of buttons). If you found it hard, then it shows you the card again very soon. However, if you remembered it easily, it waits longer until you are next tested on that card (there's no point reviewing terms that you already remember).

Tailored to Your Personal Learning Needs

One great thing about this system is that you enter the data that you personally want or need to learn, structure the questions exactly as you like, and enter new data at a pace that suits you. You can choose to test your recall in two directions – guessing the answer from the question, and also guessing the question from the answer (ie test yourself from English to Hebrew and vice versa).

It is also possible to add graphics and even sound files into your decks. But even when you're only using text, it is worth reading the questions and answers out loud if you can.

Increasing your vocabulary can have a huge impact on all of your Hebrew skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Claire

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, please write to: claire@engheb.com

Source by Claire Perets

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12 Dec 2018

Reasons Government is Necessary

A government is an organization in a community or political entity that has the power to enact and enforce laws and maintain the peace and order. A government is necessary since is it considered the leadership of an organization, community or political entity.

Laws are important since it defines the behavior of citizens. It defines which are legal or illegal. Without laws, an activity can not be known if it a crime or not. The law-making role of the government creates a code of conduct for individuals to follow.

Another role of the government is the maintenance of peace and order. The police and fire department ensures that crimes like murder, theft, arson, etc. are prevented or minimized. If a crime does happen, it is their role to look into how the crime happened and apprehend the perpetrators.

Government also promotes harmony though justice and equality. Once a crime is solved by the police, it is the duty of the judicial branch of the government to bring the perpetrator to court for fair trial and punishment. It makes sure that the right person gets into jail for the right reason.

It is also the role of the government to build roads, bridges, rail systems and other infrastructure. These are important since it makes moving about easier and more convenient. It also makes doing business a lot easier since goods and services can be moved faster from the source of production to the marketplace.

Another role of the government is to provide children with public access to basic education. It is essential that children learn how to read, write and count.

Another role of the government is to collect taxes and ensure that these taxes fund the right projects that are beneficial to society. Money is needed to build public schools, roads and bridges and provide services like welfare assistance, health care, unemployment benefits, etc. This is where taxes come in. The government collects taxes from individuals and business so that schools, roads and other infrastructure are built.

It is also important that the government protect its security from threats. It is the role of the government to have a military force to defend its territory from external threats like terrorism, war and invasion. The government’s police force protects the citizens against internal threats like civil disobedience, organized crime, lawlessness, insurrection.

Another role of the government is to have foster relations with other governments. In an era of globalization, it is important that governments work with each other to maintain world peace and prosperity.

Source by Kenny Leones

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12 Dec 2018

Inheritance Law in Israel Inheritance by Will in Israel

Inheritance in Israel is governed by the Succession Law of 1965 (‘Succession Law’). According to the law, a person’s estate passes on to his or her heirs upon death. This may happen in one of two ways: by will or by law. This article will focus on some key issues regarding inheritance by will and probate in Israel. See “Succession Law in Israel – Inheritance by Law” for a detailed explanation of inheritance by law in Israel.

The fundamental principle of inheritance is that a person is free to distribute his or her property as they see fit. Therefore, the succession law is contingent on the existence of a will. A valid will overrides the default stipulations of the law regarding the identity of the heirs and the distribution of the estate. A valid will may even annul an existing succession order (for instance, in cases where the will was uncovered only after the succession order was granted).

A will is the expression of a person’s wishes regarding his affairs upon his death. It is not necessarily limited to property alone, although the issue of property is central. It is a binding legal document. Concerning property, a will may be extremely specific, detailing distinct instructions regarding one’s property and heirs. It may also be general, outlining only the general boundaries to its execution.

A will is not subject to obsolescence, and there is no limit on the number of wills a person may create. However, it is important to note that the last valid will (chronologically) is the deciding one, overriding any former, older wills (unless the ‘new will’ is found faulty to the point of unlawfulness by a court of law). It is important to make sure that a will is up to date, especially if any changes, for instance marriage, divorce, the acquisition of new property etc. have taken place.

The law in Israel recognizes four types of wills:

– Hand written (section 19 of the Succession Law). The Hand Written Will must be written entirely in the testator’s hand-writing (Note! A hand written signature is not enough), and needs to bear the date of its composition, also in the testator’s hand-writing.

– In the presence of witnesses (section 20 of the Succession Law). This type of will shall be in writing, will bear the date of its composition, and must be signed by the testator and two witnesses on that same date. It is recommended that one of the witnesses be an attorney who specializes in wills, in order to prevent mistakes in the will which may cause its annulment after the testator’s death.

– In the presence of an authority (section 22 of the Succession Law). This will may be submitted in writing or recited orally in front of a judge, the inheritance registrar, a member of a religious court or a notary. The will must be accompanied by the testator’s testimony that this is indeed his will, and must be signed and authorized by the authority.

– Oral (section 23 of the Succession Law). Also known as ‘Death Bed Will’, this type of will is possible only if and when the testator is on his or her death bed, or believes they are facing imminent death (if the circumstances lend themselves to this belief). The will must be made in the presence of two witnesses who understand the testator’s tongue, and they must also put the will in writing, including its actual content, the date of its composition and the circumstances which brought about its composition in such a fashion. The will must then be deposited to the Inheritance Registrar’s Bureau. An oral will is void if within 30 days of its creation the testator is still alive and the circumstances which justified its making have passed.

Once made, a will may be deposited at the Inheritance Registrar’s Bureau. This is not a mandatory step, but there are significant advantages to it, such as proof of the existence of the will and assurance that the will will be preserved and not lost. The action of depositing a will at the Registrar is completely technical – the registrar does not check or vouch for the validity of the will on such an occasion. It is recommended to consult an attorney in such matters. Also, the content of the will and even the knowledge of whether a will has been deposited are kept secret, even from heirs according to the will (so long as the testator is alive).

An heir or anyone interested in the execution of a will may bring about its execution only through a probate order, which is granted by the Inheritance Registrar. A probate order is an order declaring the validity and authenticity of an existing will. The probate order validates the content of the will and gives it the same binding legal status as of a court verdict. The request for a probate order is publicized in order to allow for objections to the will to be made.

If the will specifies only some of the deceased’s property, the probate order will only be valid regarding the property mentioned in the will. The probate order does not suffer from obsolescence as it has the same status as a court verdict.

A request for a probate order must include the following documents:

– Two receipts: proof of payment of the government levy on submitting a request, from the Postal Bank of Israel.

– A Probate Order Request Form signed by the submitter, and verified by an attorney, notary, judge or the head of the local council.

– An original death certificate or a copy faithful to the original.

– The original will, or, in case of its absence: a separate request to submit a copy of the original will which includes the reasons for why the original will may not be submitted, as well as proof of payment of government levy for the request.

– Notices to all remaining heirs notifying them of the Probate Order Request, including the aforementioned heirs’ signatures or confirmation of delivery of the notices by registered mail.

It is advised to consult an attorney regarding the exact procedural requirements of the process of requesting a Probate Order. In case the request for the order is made by an attorney on behalf of an interested party, it must be accompanied by an original Power of Attorney or a copy faithful to the original.

A request for a Probate Order must be submitted in four sets: an original set as well as three copies.

If the deceased’s place of residence was not Israel, alongside the aforementioned documents, the request must include additional documents, among them: proof of the existence of assets (such as the proof of ownership from a Land Registrar, authorization of active bank account etc.). All foreign documents must bear the signature of the Israel Consulate in the country in which they were made. Documents in a foreign language (apart from English or Arabic) must be translated to Hebrew. The translations must bear the signature of a notary.

http://www.aharonilaw.com

Source by Rahav Aharoni

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11 Dec 2018

Importance of Leadership Management

Leadership is one of the most important skills that a person should have. This skill is especially important to those in the business field. In order for a business to run and continue to generate profits, the leaders should be able to delegate tasks well and perform their other duties as the heads of the company. However, a lot of business owners fail to perform as they should that historically lead to the malfunction of their business as well.

Leadership management is something not to be taken for granted because a lack of understanding of this skill would contribute to a business' breakdown. In order to be successful in the business field, the leaders should be able to have the right training in handling even the most complicated of situations. If a leader is not able to deal with difficult situations involving the company, the possibility of it crumbling down would be much greater.

If you are lacking skills in leadership management, there are a lot of programs you can participate in. These programs aim to transform people into great leaders by instilling to them the importance of hard work and determination. Without the two, a person would not be called a leader. Further, a truly effective leader should know how to treat his or her employees. The employees are the ones responsible for keeping the company alive so the leader should pay more attention to them by encouraging them to do better in their jobs.

Leadership management programs promise to fully develop participants into effective leaders that could manage businesses with confidence.

Source by Joshua Maruta

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11 Dec 2018

Simple Ways to Restore Your Wiper Blades

We all know that driving is being needlessly forced into being an ever increasing expense item.

Not only are cars becoming ever more expensive to purchase but the days of simply paying to use the roads and keeping yourself insured against accidents are now well gone.

Totally our own fault i’m afraid because governments have a system to introduce ‘sneaky revenue raisers’ slowly and strategically in order to avoid undue rejection, so their sneaky tricks have managed to slide in pay to register, pay to license, pay to stop, pay to run, pay to park, pay to go to work, pay by engine size and type, pay to buy parts and fuel and now the latest:- pay to use toll roads without refund of any existing road taxes.

It’s amazing how many sneaky charges can be slipped in between the voters lives in order to feather the political or financial nests of our elected dictators.

Anyway, we are now left where we have to keep looking out for every little economy just to keep ourselves on the road at all. And if they don’t get us through the cars they will catch us through public transport. Frankly it’s becoming an out of hand rort at taxpayer expense.

Anyway, a lot of our funds sure pass to this cash vacuum through our purchases of necessary safety parts such as replacement brake pads, new windshield wiper blades, tires, oils and so forth. Maybe even mandatory vehicle testing is just another annual revenue raiser, although it does provide some important safety checks too?

Anyhow, the key here is to stay as safe as possible on the roads yet spend as little as you can doing so isn’t it?

In which case it sure is great to see there is yet another way to hang onto a little of the old hard-earned and in doing so even help the ecology along with a ton less pollution.

Where this can be done is through a fairly simple yet totally annoying item called wiper blades, which of course nearly every method of transport has to use.

The problem with windscreen wipers is that they are fairly delicate mechanisms that wear out easily yet can be a bugger to change over due to the weathering they get, based on where they actually are positioned outside of the vehicle. They get it all.

They are also only made from a reasonably soft rubber or silicon compound due to a requirement to be just soft enough not to scratch your windscreen but stiff enough to scrape away the road grime and filth that both wet and dry weather brings onto the screen.

Wiper blades work on a system of dragging up the screen, then flipping and dragging back down again. They operate this way so that the square shoulder that they have on the blade edge can tilt and act almost with a scissor-like action to scrape the filth, grit and water away.

Unfortunately it is this very efficient action itself that causes the wiper blade edge to wear out fairly rapidly, which is where two things have to happen.

Firstly you generally would have to hunt down and purchase a new set of blades and then secondly, struggle away, often at the least convenient moment and while hacking up your fingers manage to get the old blades off and the new one on….But not stay clean too eh?

What I like most about that sentence is that it sounds oh so easy and straight-forward doesn’t it? And that is the trap. I’m actually a professional engineer and yet I’ll admit, I once managed to cut myself on these and I have destroyed a set trying to change them too.

So, disregarding all this pain and stress, if you appreciate the mechanics of what a wiper blade actually does and how it does it, then the entire problem can go away for you…Almost permanently.

In order to give the public the least headache and the greatest satisfaction then, just a little serious consideration provided the development of a new tool that can simply renovate and restore most windshield wiper blades to near new. Of course this flows onwards to save the extended agony of finding and fitting the darned things, plus the absolute waste that has been impacting the ecology (most blades don’t need throwing away when they are). So, regardless that wiper blades are only rising in price and now often packaged to force you to buy new wiper arms and shoes with the rubber blades, this robbery can be avoided. This is called ‘fabricated attrition’ and it is often just an unethical revenue raiser for a certain business model.

Source by Tom Lawson

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10 Dec 2018

How To Get Rid of Your Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal discharge is probably one of the most common signs of a yeast infection. Of course not everyone suffering from a yeast infection has vaginal discharge but the possibilities you experienced them are quite good.

Vaginal discharge can have different aspects. They can range from foul smelling to odorless and barely noticeable. Fortunately there are various ways to deal with vaginal discharge. One of them would be homeopathic remedies.

First you might want to know what the discharge will be like before taking any medicine. They can be like:

– Foul smelling

– Odorless

– Thick white cottage cheese-like texture

– Thin consistency

– Milky egg white consistency

Sometimes you can women can also experience a yellowish vaginal discharge that is firm and that is acrid or pungent.

Of course these symptoms have an impact on every affected women day-to day lives. It is not uncommon for these symptoms to have an emotional impact. Vaginal discharge often leads to vaginal burning, itching and irritation. This is why homeopathy focuses of curing the vaginal discharge symptoms along with the emotional impact it can have on women.

If you are not comfortable with homeopathy to cure your vaginal yeast infection and vaginal discharge problems there are other treatments you can consider.

One of the things you might consider to help you get rid of your vaginal discharge is to change your diet. Changing your diet to reflect the fact that you suffer from a yeast infection can help you getting rid of it.

You may not know but there is some food that will help you get rid of a yeast infection while other might just encourages it. You should stay away from yeast containing foods such as:

– breads

– fermented food products and alcohols

– food rich in sugar and carbohydrates

– refined foods

– red meat

– mushrooms

Staying away from this kind of food should help you a long way getting rid of your vaginal discharge problems.

You should consider eating things like:

– brown rice

– millet

– citrus fruits like grapefruits and oranges

– lemons and limes

– unsweetened yogurt

– curd

– cranberries

– garlic

– onions

– vinegar

– cinnamon

– oregano

– vegetables

Also one of the most important elements that people often forget to include in their diet is water.

Drinking at least eight glass of water everyday will help you clean your system by clearing away unwanted toxin from your body. On top of that it will give you a refreshing feeling just when you need it the most.

One other important factor that can be responsible for your vaginal discharge and yeast infection problem is stress. Trying to eliminate stress and adopting a healthier lifestyle can help put your yeast infection and vaginal discharge problems in the past.

Source by Frederic Madore

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10 Dec 2018

Rhetorical Devices in the Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy

It is according to Aristotle that a speaker or writer has three ways to persuade his audience: The first kind depends on the personal character of the speaker; the second is on putting the audience into a certain frame of mind; the third is on the proof, or apparent proof, provided by the words of the speech itself.

One of the most influential people who made a memorable speech for the past century is President John F. Kennedy, a famous public speaker who wrote an inaugural address that contains a power to persuade a lot of people.

His well-known speech shows how his method of using the art of persuasive written or spoken discourse (Rhetoric) that an author or speaker uses to convey a meaning to the listener or reader contributes to the purpose or theme of his message for his countrymen.

Definition of Terms:

1. Alliteration: Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words that are close to one another.

2. Allusion: A brief or indirect reference to a person, place, event, or passage in a work of literature or the Bible assumed to be sufficiently well known to be recognized by the reader.

3. Amplification: An expansion of detail to clarify a point.

4. Analogy: A comparison between two things in which the more complex is explained in terms of the more simple.

5. Anaphora: Repetition of one or more words at the head of consecutive phrases, clauses, or sentences.

6. Anastrophe: Inversion of word order to mark emphasis.

7. Antimetabole: Reverasal or repeated words or phrases for effect.

8. Antithesis: Contrast within parallel phrases (not to be confused with the ordinary use of the word to mean “extreme opposite”).

9. Assonance: Repetition of vowel sounds between different consonants.

10. Asyndeton: Absence of conjunctions.

11. Chiasmus: The reversal of grammatical order from one phrase to the next.

12. Climax: Consists of arranging words, clauses, or sentences in the order of increasing importance, weight, or emphasis.

13. Conduplication: Resembles anadiplosis in the repetition of a preceding word, but it repeats a key word (not just the last word) from a preceding phrase, clause, or sentence, at the beginning of the next.

14. Consonance: Repetition of identical consonant sounds within two or more words in close proximity.

15. Ellipsis: Any omitted part of speech that is easily understood in context.

16. Ethos: Makes use of what an audience values and believes to be good or true.

17. Hyperbole: Deliberate exaggeration in order to create humor or emphasis.

18. Imagery: Lively descriptions which impress the images of things upon the mind using one or more of the five senses.

19. Logos: appealing to reason in a measured, logical way.

20. Metanoia: The qualification of a statement to either diminish or strengthen its tone.

21. Metaphor: Meaning or identity ascribed to one subject by way of another.

22. Oxymoron: Contraditory terms or ideas are combined.

23. Parallelism: The technique of arranging words, phrases, clauses, or larger structures by placing them side by side and making them similar in form.

24. Paradox: A statement that seems to contradict itself but that turns out to have a rational meaning.

25. Pathos: Appealing to the emotions.

26. Personification: The attribution of human qualities to a nonhuman or inanimate object.

27. Polysyndeton: Insertion of conjunctions before each word in a list.

28. Repetition: Word or phrase used two or more times in close proximity.

29. Rhetorical Question: A question asked for rhethorical effect to emphasize a point, no answer being expected.

30. Sententia: The punctuation of a point with an aphorism.

31. Syntax: The grammatical structure of a sentence; the arrangement of words in a sentence.

32. Tricolon: A series of parallel words, phrases, clauses, or statements.

33. Zeugma: Includes several similar rhetorical devices, all involving a grammatically correct linkage (or yoking together) of two or more parts of speech by another part of speech.

Rhetorical Devices That Are Present In The Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy:

*Alliteration

• “same solemn” (2nd sentence of the 2nd paragraph)

• “man holds in his mortal hands” (1st sentence of the 3rd paragraph)

• “for which our forebears fought” (2nd sentence of 3rd paragraph)

• “to friend and foe alike” (4th paragraph)

• “whether it wishes us well or ill” (5th paragraph)

• “Pay any price, bear any burden… ” (5th paragraph)

• “the survival and the success of liberty” (5th paragraph)

• “faithful friends” (1st sentence of the 7th paragraph)

• “colonial control” (1st sentence of the 8th paragraph)

• “strongly supporting” (2nd sentence of the 8th paragraph)

• “break the bonds of mass misery” (9th paragraph)

• “sovereign states” (11th paragraph)

• “its writ may run” (11th paragraph)

• “the dark powers of destruction” (12th paragraph)

• “steady spread” (14th paragraph)

• “sincerity is always subject” (15th paragraph)

• “peace preserved” (9th to the last paragraph)

• “bear the burden” (6th to the last paragraph)

• “a grand and global alliance” (5th to the last paragraph)

• “high standards of strength and sacrifice” (1st sentence of the last paragraph)

• “Let us go forth to lead the land we love… ” (2nd sentence of the last paragraph)

*Allusion

• “I have sworn before you and Almighty God.” (2nd sentence of the 2nd paragraph)

• “those who foolishly sought power by riding the back of the tiger ended up inside” (last sentence of the 8th paragraph)

*Amplification

• “Let both sides… Let both sides… Let both sides… Let both sides (Paragraphs 16 to 19)

*Analogy

• “those who foolishly sought power by riding the back of the tiger ended up inside” (3rd sentence of the 8th paragraph)

*Anaphora

• “all forms of human poverty and all forms of human life” (1st sentence of the 3rd paragraph)

• “not because the communists may be doing it, not because we seek their votes, but because it is right” (1st sentence of the 9th paragraph)

• “To those old allies… To those new states… To those people… To our sister… To that world… to those nations… ” (Paragraphs 7 to 12)

• “We shall not always expect to find them supporting our view. But we shall always hope to find them strongly supporting their own freedom” (2nd and 3rd sentences of the 8th paragraph)

• “both sides overburdened by the cost of modern weapons, both rightly alarmed by the steady spread of the deadly atom, yet both racing to alter that uncertain balance of terror that stays the hand of mankind’s final war” (14th paragraph)

• “Let both sides… Let both sides… Let both sides… Let both sides” (Paragraphs 16 to 19)

• “not as a call to bear arms, though arms we need–not as a call to battle, though embattled we are–but a call to bear the burden of a long twilight struggle, year in and year out” (6th to the last paragraph)

• “the first one hundred days. Nor will it be finished in the first one thousand days, nor in the life of this Administration, nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this planet” (8th to the last paragraph)

*Anastrophe

• “Dare not” (1st sentence of the 4th paragraph and 13th paragraph & 3rd sentence of the 7th paragraph)

• “This much we pledge” (6th paragraph)

• “Ask not” (26th paragraph)

*Antimetabole

• “Ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country.” (3rd to the last paragraph)

• “Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.” (2nd sentence of the 15th paragraph)

*Antithesis

• “We observe today not a victory of party but a celebration of freedom–symbolizing an end as well as a beginning signifying renewal as well as change. ” (1st sentence of the 2nd paragraph)

• “… not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.” (2nd sentence of the 3rd paragraph)

• “Support any friend, oppose any foe… ” (5th paragraph)

• “United there is little we cannot do in a host of cooperative ventures. Divided there is little we can do… ” (2nd sentence of the 7th paragraph)

• “Not because… not because… but because… ” (1st sentence of the 9th paragraph)

• “Let us never negotiate out of fear, but let us never fear to negotiate.” (2nd sentence of the 15th paragraph)

• “Let both sides explore what problems unite us instead of belaboring those problems which divide us.” (16th paragraph)

• “not a new balance of power, but a new world of law” (20th paragraph)

• “Not as a call to bear arms… not as a call to battle.. but a call to bear the burden… ” (23rd paragraph)

• “I do not shrink from this responsibility–I welcome it.” (2nd sentence of the 25th paragraph)

• “… ask not what you country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” (26th paragraph)

• “ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man” (2nd to the last paragraph)

*Assonance

• “… the steady spread of the deadly atom.” (14th paragraph)

*Asyndeton

• “We shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe… ” (5th paragraph)

• “explore the stars, conquer the deserts, eradicate disease, tap the ocean depths” (2nd sentence of the 18th paragraph)

• “The energy, the faith, the devotion” (4th to the last paragraph)

*Chiasmus

• “Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.” (2nd sentence of the 15th paragraph)

• “ask not what your country can do for you–ask what you can do for your country” (3rd to the last paragraph)

*Climax

• “All this will not be finished in the first one hundred days. Nor will it be finished in the first one thousand days, nor in the life of this Administration, nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this planet.” (8th to the last paragraph)

*Conduplication

• “to help them help themselves” (1st sentence of the 9th paragraph)

• “good words into good deeds” (1st sentence of the 10th paragraph)

• “free men and free governments” (1st sentence of the 10th paragraph)

• “the instruments of war have far outpaced the instruments of peace” (11th paragraph)

• “absolute power… absolute control… ” (17th paragraph)

*Consonance

• “Whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall… ” (5th paragraph)

*Ellipsis

• “This much we pledge–and more.” (6th paragraph)

*Ethos

• “Vice President Johnson, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Chief Justice, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, President Truman, Reverend Clergy, fellow citizens: We observe today not a victory of party but a celebration of freedom–symbolizing an end as well as a beginning–signifying renewal as well as change.” (Paragraphs 1 & 2)

• “In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger. I do not shrink from this responsibility–I welcome it.” (4th to the last paragraph)

• “With a good conscience our only sure reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead the land we love, asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God’s work must truly be our own.” (last sentence of the last paragraph)

*Hyperbole

• “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.” (5th paragraph)

*Imagery

• “The torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans.” (4th paragraph)

*Logos

• “old allies whose cultural and spiritual origins we share” (1st sentence of the 7th paragraph)

• “new states whom we welcome to the ranks of the free” (1st sentence of the 8th paragraph)

• “people in the huts and villages of half the globe struggling to break the bonds of mass misery” (1st sentence of the 9th paragraph)

• “that world assembly of sovereign states, the United Nations” (11th paragraph)

• “nations who would make themselves our adversary” (12th paragraph)

*Metanoia

• “Now the trumpet summons us again–not as a call to bear arms, though arms we need–not as a call to battle, though embattled we are–but a call to bear the burden of a long twilight struggle, year in and year out, “rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation”–a struggle against the common enemies of man: tyranny, poverty, disease and war itself.” (6th to the last paragraph)

*Metaphor

• “We are the heirs of the first revolution.” (1st sentence of the 4th paragraph)

• “Let the word go forward from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans… ” (2nd sentence of the 4th paragraph)

• “riding the back of the tiger” (3rd sentence of the 8th paragraph)

• “the bonds of mass misery” (9th paragraph)

• “the chains of poverty” (1st sentence of the 10th paragraph)

• “evolution of hope” (2nd sentence of the 10th paragraph)

• “master of its own house” (last sentence of the 10th paragraph)

• “balance of terror” (14th paragraph)

• “And if a beachhead of cooperation may push back the jungle of suspicion… ” (20th paragraph)

• “The energy, the faith, the devotion which we bring to this endeavor will light our country and all who serve it–and the glow from that fire can truly light the world.” (4th to the last paragraph)

*Oxymoron

• “But this peaceful revolution.” (2nd sentence of the 10th paragraph)

*Parallelism

• “We observe today not a victory of party but a celebration of freedom–symbolizing an end as well as a beginning signifying renewal as well as change.” (1st sentence of the 2nd paragraph)

• “born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage” (2nd sentence of the 4th paragraph)

• “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.” (5th paragraph)

• “Let both sides explore what problems unite us… Let both sides, for the first time, formulate serious and precise proposals for the inspection and control of arms… Let both sides seek to invoke the wonders of science… Let both sides unite… ” (Paragraphs 6 to 9)

• “United there is little we cannot do in a host of cooperative ventures. Divided there is little we can do… ” (2nd and 3rd sentences of the 7th paragraph)

• “If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.” (2nd sentence of the 9th paragraph)

• “sufficient beyond doubt can we be certain beyond” (2nd sentence of the 13th paragraph)

*Paradox

• “Only when our arms are sufficient beyond doubt can we be certain beyond doubt that they will never be employed.” (2nd sentence of the 13th paragraph)

*Pathos

• “To those people in the huts and villages of half the globe struggling to break the bonds of mass misery… ” (1st sentence of the 9th paragraph)

• “he graves of young Americans who answered the call toservice surround the globe” (7th to the last paragraph)

• ” The energy, the faith, the devotion which we bring to this endeavor will light our country and all who serve it–and the glow from that fire can truly light the world.” (4th to the last paragraph)

*Personification

• “With history the final judge of our deeds” (2nd sentence of the last paragraph)

*Polysyndeton

• “where the strong are just and the weak secure and the peace preserved” (9th to the last paragraph)

*Repetition

• “For man holds in his mortal hands the power to abolish all forms of human poverty and all forms of human life.” (1st sentence of the 3rd paragraph)

*Rhetorical Question

• “Can we forge against these enemies a grand and global alliance, North and South, East and West, that can assure a more fruitful life for all mankind? Will you join in that historic effort?” (5th to the last paragraph)

*Sententia

• “undo the heavy burdens… (and) let the oppressed go free” (19th paragraph)

*Syntax

• “My fellow citizens of the world: ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man.” (2nd to the last paragraph)

*Tricolon

• “We observe today not a victory of party but a celebration of freedom–symbolizing an end as well as a beginning signifying renewal as well as change.” (1st sentence of the 2nd paragraph)

• “not as a call to bear arms, though arms we need–not as a call to battle, though embattled we are–but a call to bear the burden of a long twilight struggle, year in and year out” (6th to the last paragraph)

*Zeugma

• “Now the trumpet summons us again–not as a call to bear arms, though arms we need–not as a call to battle, though embattled we are–but a call to bear the burden… ” (6th to the last paragraph)

Encapsulation of Findings:

John F. Kennedy used 33 different types of rhetorical devices in his inaugural speech. The most dominant rhetorical device that he used was the usage of alliteration.

Conclusion:

Through extensive analysis, it can be seen that it is evident that he has a goal of getting the audience’s attention to listen and to understand his points in a meaningful way in the fields of writing and speaking.

Source by Charwina Mallari

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09 Dec 2018

Finding The Solutions You Need In Your Dreams

The translation of the meaning of dreams according to the scientific method of dream interpretation discovered by Carl Jung and simplified by me is the best psychotherapy you can have. Jung managed to accurately translate the symbolic dream language based on the meaning that the dream symbols have for the dream producer.

The fact that I managed to continue Jung’s research and discover the existence of the anti-conscience marks the end of the human suffering.

You are lucky because I’m showing you how you can stop suffering with the terrible problems generated by your wild conscience and generated by the cruel world, which works based on everyone’s anti-conscience.

Everything is bad, but at least God exists and you can get rid of your anti-conscience through dream therapy. You can become a hero and save humanity. You can help God put an end to terror and poverty, and to all the terrible problems of the crazy world.

You can find peace, sound mental health, love, and happiness on earth, even though your happiness here cannot be perfect because you are in an open hospital and school. Your planet was specially created by God in order to help you follow the necessary process of transformation.

You can purify your spirit and you can be sure that you will go to heaven after death thanks to the process of transformation you will follow by translating the meaning of your dreams and doing what God shows you in the dream images.

However, God is not sympathetic. He is a serious doctor. He always is very sad because of the existence of terror.

God doesn’t trust you because you are a demon. His directions are unpleasant for your selfish and lazy ego.

Now you know the solution for your worst problem, but you have to do what is unpleasant for you in order to solve it.

Dream therapy is efficient, but it is not pleasant. It is like physiotherapy because it depends on your cooperation. You have to make efforts to combat the absurd thoughts sent by your anti-conscience and to change your behavior instead of acting like a demon.

However, you don’t want to work, and you don’t want to be exposed or to be humiliated. You like what is bad. You want to be violent. You want to live like a king or a queen.

You have the behavior of a demon because there is a huge demon inside you, which is covered by your thin human side. This is why you don’t want to be a saint and you are terrified with the idea that you have to attain sanctity. This goal seems to be impossible to be achieved for you.

You want to defend and protect your ego all the time. You want to be in a powerful position in all situations.

You don’t care about the importance of justice. You care only about your own life, your position, and your interests.

You hate to be humble and admit your mistakes. You don’t want to be kind and friendly with the people you dislike. You like to be aggressive and proud because you believe that this way you will be able to defend yourself.

You think that you are a reasonable person because most people are exactly like you, but the truth is that most people are controlled by a demon. This is why they have this behavior.

You have to change your philosophy of life and think based on goodness and wisdom. You have to understand that your concepts are based on false beliefs and that you will be in a better position if you will be humble.

It will be much better for you if you will suffer being despised by others, instead of being falsely well-treated. This way you will understand how those who are around you behave if they are not afraid of you, and they forget to wear the social mask that always covers their face when they are with others.

Wisdom is painful, but precious.

Your satanic anti-conscience makes you believe that you will have many advantages if you will do something dishonest numerous times in your life, while the truth is that you will have many disadvantages and problems with this practice, but this is not visible from the beginning.

If you will translate the meaning of your dreams you will see the traps prepared by your anti-conscience and avoid all them, before being in a difficult situation and having unbearable problems.

You will also be able to understand the real intentions of those who are hypocritical actors. Therefore, you will be in a better position than those who overprotect their ego and listen to the absurd suggestions of their anti-conscience.

They do everything they can to be respected and admired, but those who supposedly admire them do many things against them behind their back.

God will help you think based on wisdom and goodness, and everything will have a different meaning for you. The dreams He will send you will teach you the importance of humbleness, compassion, sincerity, generosity, patience, and forgiveness.

You will look at all human beings with compassion, the same way you look at those who are mentally retarded with compassion because you will understand the idiocy that characterizes evilness. You will be able to see that all human beings are mentally retarded in many ways, even if they seem to be intelligent in most occasions.

You will be able to find solutions for all problems because you will organize your thoughts based on goodness and you won’t be bothered by the absurd and evil thoughts of your anti-conscience.

Source by Christina Sponias

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09 Dec 2018

What To Expect In A Security Guard Training Course

Security guards, security officers and patrolmen are employed to watch over property and people within that property, if applicable. Sometimes, they provide armed protection, which requires even further licensing by many different government organizations. For the most part, higher security preferences will involve guards to complete additional lessons and training. Some might also be susceptible to tighter policies and selection processes. Such as, casino surveillance officers and armored car guards call for extensive training that’s typically not required of a industry-standard unarmed security officer.

Although training can be done totally on the internet, people ought to be physically capable to undertake future jobs, which include standing and walking for long stretches of time. Often, for licensing and employment, individuals must carry out background and drug tests, as well as finish off additional training requirements.

The Powers to Arrest Course

This training course covers the complete obligations and responsibilities of a security guard associated to the arrest of people. It will teach students how to successfully take on an arrest scenario, covering issues which include escalation and de-escalation of force, legal implications in trespass and restraint strategies.

The Weapons of Mass Destruction Course

This course familiarizes pupils with ways for accurately looking for and reporting possible terrorist activities. Terrorism is studied, and different weapon types are gone over in order to equip security officers with the capability to help and safeguard others in the case of a terrorist event.

The Public Relations Course

Security guards are trained in ideas to stay away from stereotyping that borders on discrimination. This program will teach students correct practice in response to discriminatory conduct in the job. They learn to discover warning signs connected with aggression, drug abuse and psychological illness.

The Observation and Documentation Course

Individuals in the course discover methods of observation and patrol, yielding adequate report writing. They’re presented how to ask the most appropriate questions and distinguish indications of dubious activity.

The Communication Course

This course discusses internal and external processes of communication for security guards. Individuals gain knowledge of the appropriate utilization of radios and monitors for internal communications. When and just how to call up external aid, such as the authorities, the fire department or paramedics not to mention various other government services.

The Liability and Legal Aspects Course

Students learn about the legal implications of being employed as a security officer. Themes that include personal and employer liabilities are covered. Applicants also study distinct criminal, civil and administrative laws and regulations as they pertain to the job.

Source by Pete Chamberlain

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