Wheeler, William. “Global water crisis: too little, too much, or lack of a plan?”. csmonitor. The Christian Science Monitor. 2 Dec 2012. Web. 10 Jan 2013. The aspect of Maslow’s hierarchy the topic relates to is physiological. This article breaks down what is predicted to happen in the years to come pertaining to food, water, and even shelter because of water mismanagement, as well as people not understanding the value of water and its effect on multiple aspects of life. My focus is on how the “pessimistic scenarios may be averted” (Wheeler 51) and how the apparent water crisis can adapt with the times and maintain a growing population with proper actions taken to produce positive results. This part of the article is the goal of the writer; it is now time to voice how they feel about the topic at hand after using ethos, logos, and pathos to explain the opposition’s stance. In this section of the article, solutions to the water crisis that can be employed now are being discussed, rather than problems said to occur in the future. By mending the problems stated earlier and the solutions being discussed at this point in the article, the writer creates a stronger appeal to audiences of both sides, and uses logic to connect ideas. When discussing the problem in India for water, Wheeler states how the problems could be relieved agriculturally “with a better mix of what is grown where, accounting for geography, water constraints, and income” (51). This article is cleverly
with learning how to make good decision making. You have to at least have good decision making in order to stay out of trouble. Therefore, if not, I have learned that there are consequences to each thing I do. Next I have to keep my intelligence in the right mind. My intelligence is just as important as my decision making.
I have also learned that I can’t let these people that we call “friends” pressure me to do anything that’s stupid or that will make me look stupid. Some people worry about what…
not aware of me leaving. I’m sorry for making you feel worried all these years. I am writing this letter to let you know that I am safe. I believe that you have the right to know as you are my husband. Although I disagree with the way you treated me I still want to let you know that I am sorry for leaving the way I did. Going behind your back was wrong but I didn’t have the guts to tell you to your face that I am not in love with you anymore. I know that you haven’t stopped looking for me and you probably…
When planning how to go about this paper, I got nervous to think how to do so in a manner that is not offensive to the stuttering community. When debating how to approach strangers while stuttering, I could not help to get nervous at the thought of me laughing while stuttering and the strangers thinking I was making a joke about the whole thing. I tend to be very sensitive to other people’s reactions and feelings towards me and I did not want to come off rude. Growing up, I knew a kid who stutters…
medication. I’ll never understand why I got put in charge of him; I annoy easily and can’t keep my temper. The amount of arguments Ezra and I have had over the simplest thing; it’s enough to drive anyone round the bend. As much as we argued we did really get along I was all he had, all his family was gone.
The creek keeps flowing, flowing over rounded pebbles while I just sit there wishing my life away. Finally I pay attention to what’s going on around me. I can hear a multitude of people…
September 14, 2014
September 14, 2014
Tell me about yourself. Briefly tell me about your background and then discuss your experience, education, and interests that led you to apply for this position. Tell me, based on this information why you feel you are qualified for this position and why I should hire you instead of the other 12 people I have interviewed.
I was born in Glen Allen, Virginia where I moved a few…
the classroom and feeling like I never fit in or wasn't good enough like the other kids.
I would always ask “why can’t I be with everyone else” or “why can’t I stay here?” the teacher would just tell me “we are going to learn in a different room for a while.” I would try to comprehend what she was saying but I couldn't really understand, they wouldn't give me a good explanation.
As the year would go on my parents would always have meetings with my teachers to show how…
It’s All In The Family
In the business world, making an ethical decision can be tough. The person responsible for making the decision not only has to be accountable for their actions but also for the effects their decision can have on other employees or stock holders in the company. The ethical decision-making process helps guide us in our decision-making process until we land at a decision we ourselves can morally live with and is ethically right for the majority involved.
In the “It’s All…
Born on 28 March
S TAT E M E N T
Ordinary environments are my source of inspiration. Since I was a
child, how people create homes has captured me - what we choose to
save and what we choose to get rid of, what creates comfort and
safety, what is sentimental, and what is a symbol of success. I make
handmade objects because they create warmth in a home, and often
remind us that imperfection is beautiful and authentic.
Vicki Hartman lives…
Tell me about yourself:
I’m originally from Ethiopia Well, I just finished my first year of college at SF state last week and came down here to seek for my first job. I’m an easy going person that works well with everyone. I enjoy being around different types of people and I always like to challenge myself to improve at everything I do. Ofcourse in my free time, I enjoy playing and watching sports and spend time with my family and friends.
Why should we hire you
Even though I don’t have any…
What is your primary decision making style?
My primary decision making style is Behavior.
Give an example of a decision you’ve recently made. Do you feel it fits this style? Why or why not?
A decision I had recently made was to trade in my old piece of junk car for something that better suits my life and adapts to my daughter. I do believe in a way it does fit the behavior style. I kind of got talked into saying yes, get rid of your car and get a new one. I really didn’t think about it or give…