Why is Justice Important? Let s talk about why Justice is important. Children inherently understand this concept but the explanation below helps turn this abstract concept into a concrete one. Any society Б whether the family, the community, a nation, or the world Б benefits from having justice as a prevailing virtue. Such a society is dedicated to the notion that all of its members should benefit, and no one person or group should have a greater benefit or rights than another. Conversely, no person or group should be denied similar benefits to those that another group enjoys. Justice means punishing actions or words that are wrong and upholding things that are good. This helps ensure that wrongs will be ended and rights will be upheld thereby leading to a safer society for everyone. It
What is Easter about? Easter is a Christian festival that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Bible says Christ died on the cross on Good Friday and came back to life three days later. Easter is on different dates each year, between 21 March and 25 April, depending on when there's a full moon in spring. There are some unusual modern traditions associated with it. Why do we have Easter eggs? A lot of us may chomp on chocolate eggs at Easter, but originally eating eggs was not allowed by the church during the week leading up to Easter (known as Holy Week). So any eggs laid that week were saved and decorated to make them "Holy Week eggs", then given to children as gifts. Victorians adapted the tradition with satin-covered cardboard eggs filled with Easter gifts. Why are Easter
[ Union BudgetP: The union budget is the budget prepared by the central government for the country as a whole. State BudgetP: In countries like India, there is a federal system of government thus every state prepares its own budget. Plan Budget: It is a document showing the budgetary provisions for important projects, programmes and schemes included in the central plan of the country. It also shows the central assistance to states and union territories. Performance Budget: The central ministries and departments dealing with development activities prepare performance budgets, which are circulated to members of parliament. These performance budgets present the main projects,programmes and activities of the government in the light of specific objectives and previous years' budgets and
is a cultural phenomenon in the United States. ItБs a time to celebrate culture and, for some, an opportunity to drink a lot of margaritas and cerveza. But it is also a frequently misunderstood holiday. For those out of the loop, hereБs a refresher on what Cinco de Mayo is all about. What exactly is Cinco de Mayo? People often mistake Cinco de Mayo for a celebration of Mexican independence. But theyБre wrong. The holiday celebrates a failed French invasion after a fledgling Mexican state defaulted on debt payments to European governments. In 1861 Mexico was suffering from financial ruin following years of internal strife. This was exploited by the French President Napoleon III, who thought it would beб a fantastic time to try and build an empire there. Mexico had defaulted on debts with
Here you are, thinking you're doing the right thing by never skipping your base coat, and it turns out you're wrong. Despite its name, base coat shouldn't be your first stepвif you put polish directly on naked nails, the (like solvents ethyl acetate or butyl acetate) can eventually eat away at the nail plate, making it weaker and more likely to break, Marmur says. The fix: It's the opposite of what happens in salons, but trust us, it works: Apply a little hand lotion to your nails before. "The lotion will fill in microscopic gaps in the nail, like a primer, and hydrate it so it's not as susceptible to damage from what you put on after," Marmur says. ...
Most health care organizations recommend women begin regular Pap testing at age 21. If you're a virgin meaning you haven't had sexual (vaginal) intercourse you may have a low risk of cervical cancer, but you can still consider testing. The purpose of a Pap smear is to collect cells from your cervix, which is the lower end of your uterus. The cells collected in a Pap smear can detect if you have cervical cancer or suspicious cells that indicate you may develop cervical cancer. In most cases, cervical cancer is caused by a sexually transmitted infection called human papillomavirus (HPV). ...
The ocean makes up of the earthвs surface and accounts for 96 percent of the water on the planet. The problem is, this water canвt be consumed. Itвs oversaturated with salt. Desalination is the process of turning salty ocean water into drinking water. So with lacking access to clean water and more areas facing severe droughts, could desalination be the silver bullet? The Middle East has been a leader in desalination so far. rely heavily on desalination as a source for clean water. Israel gets from desalination. These countries also have hardly any groundwater or fresh water sources so desalination is a case of innovation by necessity. These countries make up the one percent of the world currently relying on desalination to meet water needs. But the will rely on desalination to meet water
Veterinarians commonly deal with owner complaints that their dog eats its own or another animal s feces or poop. Although there is much speculation why dogs indulge in this behavior, we still don t know exactly why some dogs have this disgusting habit. Many Animals, and Humans, Eat Feces (cop-row-fage-ee-uh) is a Greek word meaning feces eating and is used to describe this behavior. We all know of feces eating insects, but many more animals are in this group. Rations on pig farms used to be formulated to account for a certain percentage of coprophagia. Rabbits and hamsters and other cecal or hindgut digesters routinely eat their feces in order to extract more nutrients from their food that may have escaped fermentation the first time. Elephants, pandas, koalas and hippo young are born
Gooey, cupcakes frosted high with, tarts filled with is at its peak: I love baking and need little excuse to toss on an apron and reach for a set of measuring cups. Most of these homey baked goods begin with a similar pattern: preheat the oven, grease a pan, round up a few dry ingredients and then sift them together. It was only recently while baking a cake from a new cookbook that I gave sifting much thought. I realized that when a recipe calls for sifting, I often reach for a whisk instead, thinking since many recipes instruct to whisk together dry ingredients the two techniques are equally effective at breaking up clumps in dry ingredients. So why sift flour when whisking seems quicker, less fussy, less messy, and more modern? With its open, shouldnБt a whisk provide the same blending