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Know and do not do Date: Jan 25th @ 5:12pm EST
The young man came to the sage with a request to accept him as a disciple. �" Can you lie?" the sage asked. "Of course not! "And steal?" �" No. "And ki1l?" �" No... - so go and learn all this, - exclaimed the sage �" - and having learned, do not do it!
Mottos of life Date: Jan 22nd @ 4:36pm EST
If it's hard for you, then you're climbing a mountain. If it's easy for you, then you're flying into the abyss.
The Chained Elephant Date: Jan 20th @ 1:33pm EST

When I was a yo0ung boy I really loved the circus, and most of all the animals I was fascinated by the Elephant, which I later I found out, is the favorite animal of all ki1ds. During the show the big animal was demonstrating its huge weight, its size and strength… but, after the show and before he had to return back to the stage, the elephant was standing tied up to a small pole in the ground. A chain was keeping its feet imprisoned. Nevertheless, the pole was really tiny and hardly dug into the ground. Although the chain was big and strong, it seemed obvious to me that an animal with the strength to uproot trees could easily break free and walk away. I thought of it as a mystery. What was keeping him? Why wouldn’t he run away?

When I was 5 or 6 years old I still believed in grownup wisdom. I asked my teacher, my father and my uncle, of the mystery of the Elephant. Someone explained to me that the elephant had been tamed. So I made the obvious question: “If he has been tamed, why do they have to keep him chained?” I don’t remember getting a satisfactory answer. In time I forgot the mystery of the chained Elephant to the pole and remembered it only when in the company of people who have had once held the same question on the subject.

Few years ago I discovered that someone was wise enough to find the answer. The Elephant of the circus is not running away, because he is used to that very same pole from a very young age.

I closed my eyes and I imagined the newly born defenseless Elephant tied to the pole. I am sure that back then the little Elephant pushed and pulled and sweated trying to get free. But, in spite of all his efforts, he didn’t succeed because the pole was too strong for him. I imagined him sleeping exhausted and next day trying again, and the day after the same…

…Until one day, an awful day in his history, the animal admitted to his weakness and submitted to his destiny. This enormous and powerful elephant we can see in the circus is not running away because the poor animal thinks he can’t. The memory of the weakness he felt shortly after his birth is forever engraved in his mind. And the worst is that he never questioned seriously this memory. He never tried to test his strength…

This is how it is. We are all more or less like the Elephant of the circus. We travel around the world chained to hundreds of poles that take away our freedom. We live believing “We can’t” do so many things just because once, a long time ago, when we were young, we tried and we didn’t succeed. Then the same thing happened to us as to the Elephant. The same message “was engraved in our memory”: I can’t I can’t, and I never will.

We live inside the boundaries of a memory of the person we were once and who doesn’t exist anymore. That person didn’t make it.

The only way to find out if we can, is by trying again with all the power of our soul…all the power of our soul.

Dedicated to all those still chained to small or big poles, not being conscious of their enormous strength, afraid of taking a step forward…
USA Date: Jan 19th @ 1:02pm EST
What have we known about the United States from our English lessons? Firstly, when we hear these words, we imagine Hollywood or Disneyland, casinos of Las Vegas, Malibu beach with tanned rescuers, obesity and other beaten clichés of the broken American dream. But in reality, we should associate this country with freedom of the speech and action, with the tolerance and equality. Maybe, we have our rights and privileges thanks to its example.

Americans are really proud to be American and have many reasons for this. Congressmen tried to rename the country as “the United States of the World” at the dawn of the twentieth century. It's no wonder that aged people who were born in the Soviet Union are afraid that the US will set the world domination up but it has already happened.

It is not fun because all the famous trends in popular and alternative culture were developed there before becoming a piece of our life. You have a possibility to enjoy favorite films, games and music compositions, communicate in popular social networks, and have your “Happy Meal”.

But joking aside, America can help you understand who you are: an innocent Flower Ch1ild, a stern metalhead or a member of Millennium generation. You also can choose the green activity, harsh punk way or make your own lifestyle using this culture heritage. Actually, the USA conquered our streets, homes and hearts.

Kind-hearted Uncle Sam will treat you with ham and tell how to become strong and independent from the ch1ildhood. When you live in the States in your teenage, you may earn your own pocket money and don’t ask your dad or mum about it. You may start to stash for your future car, because if you are 16 you may drive your own. After 18 a large number of teens lives alone or rents a house without parents. But you will be able to celebrate your new dwelling and drink beer with your friends only after 21.

Discovering America, we can find more interesting and wonderful facts about it. You may not be a fan of the activities of the States, but you should respect their contribution to the world culture
About the insult Date: Jan 17th @ 5:42pm EST
In the East, there was a wise man who taught his disciples: "People insult in three ways. They may say that you are stupid, they may call you a slave, they may call you incompetent.
If this happens to you, remember the simple truth: only a fool will call another a fool, only a slave seeks a slave in another, only a mediocre person justifies what he does not understand with someone else's madness."
Danger of the plastic waste Date: Jan 16th @ 1:31pm EST
Every year more than 300 million tons of plastic are not recycled. The consequences for the nature are very serious, especially for the oceans. According to the American magazine â€~Science’ the oceans contain more than 110 million tons of plastic waste.

Whole islands are covered by waste, such as Henderson Island. It is situated in the South Pacific Ocean. There is 17 million tons of waste accumulated near the island.

Apart from the aesthetic inconvenience, this waste threatens animals and birds. These are a half of the seabirds and at least 200 species of fish, crustaceans and mammals living in the oceans. The main danger and harm is that they confuse this waste with the food.

Earlier the explorers discovered deserted islands with the beaches of fine sand. But what will the explorers find in a future? If a future person discovers an island, there is a great probability that this island will be made only by plastic waste.
Oxford University Date: Jan 15th @ 11:43am EST
Oxford University is located in the city of Oxford, and is one of Britain's oldest universities. Studying at this educational institution is very expensive and amounts to around 25,000 euros. This university holds the first and leading positions in the ranking among the prestigious and sought-after universities in the world.

The history of Oxford University dates back to 1096, but the exact date of its foundation is unknown. During the reign of Henry 2 Plantagenet, a large number of English students were expelled from France and settled in Oxford, where they were able to continue their studies. Oxford University has always carried a religious connotation, and accepted students from all over the world of various religions and faiths.

The university currently consists of 38 colleges and 6 dormitories. In each college, classes, lectures, practical hours, and seminars are held individually, but among themselves they have a centralized system. Currently, over 25,000 students are studying at Oxford, and half of them are foreigners. The main condition for foreign students is a good knowledge of English. To this end, annual summer language schools are opened to help such students.

In the 1920s, women began to enter Oxford and mixed groups began to form. But, in 1970, the university leadership decided that education between boys and girls should be carried out separately. At the University of Oxford, 4,000 teachers teach pain and 80 of them belong to the Royal Society, more than 100 people are members of the British Academy. A specific specialist individually works on each student, depending on the chosen specialty.

Oxford University has nearly two hundred libraries, museums, and its own publishing house. The libraries store numerous ancient manuscripts and ancient buildings. Free from studies, students are invited to more than 400 hobby groups.

Oxford University teaches in the following areas: physics, medicine, humanities, sociology, exact sciences, law, linguistics, environmental sciences.
Parable of life: It's good Date: Jan 14th @ 4:06pm EST
An African king had a close friend who he grew up with. This friend, considering any situation that ever happened in his life, whether it was positive or negative, had a habit of saying: "This is good!"Once the king was hunting. A friend used to prepare and load guns for the king. Obviously, he had done something wrong in preparing one of the guns. When the king took his friend's gun and fired it, his thumb was torn off. Exploring the situation, the friend as usual said: "This is good!"To this the king replied:" No, it is not good!"and ordered his friend to be sent to prison. About a year passed, and the king hunted in an area where he thought he could be completely safe. But the cannibals took him prisoner and brought him to their village along with all the others. They tied his hands, dragged a pile of wood, set up a pole, and tied the king to a post. As they came closer to light the fire, they noticed that the king's thumb was missing. Because of their superstition, they never ate someone who had a disability in the body. Having untied the king, they let him go. When he returned home, he remembered the time when he had lost a finger, and felt remorse for his treatment of his friend. He went straight to the prison to talk to him. â€" You were right, "he said," it was a good thing I lost my finger. And he told me everything that had just happened to him. â€" I'm sorry I put you in jail, it was bad of me. "No," said his friend. â€" What are you saying?" Is it a good thing that I put my friend in jail for a year? â€" If I wasn't in prison, I'd be there with you."
The parable of the butterfly Date: Jan 13th @ 2:48pm EST
Once a butterfly doll fell into the hands of a man. He took it and examined it for several hours, seeing how it struggled to squeeze its body out of the small hole in the cocoon. As time went on, she kept trying to get out of the cocoon, but there was no progress. It seemed that she was completely exhausted and could no longer... Then the man decided to help the butterfly. He took a pair of scissors and cut the cocoon to the end. The butterfly came out of it easily, but its body was somewhat atrophied, small, and its wings folded and compressed. The man continued to watch her, expecting that at any moment she would open her wings and fly.
But that didn't happen. For the rest of its life, the butterfly was left with a deformed body and glued wings. She could never spread her wings and fly.
People didn't know that the tight cocoon and the incredible efforts of the butterfly to exit the small holes were needed to the body has taken proper shape and to a strong body wings joined forces and she was ready to fly as soon as freed from the cocoon.
Morality:
Don't help if you don't know how or if you're not sure that your help will actually be useful. Don't interfere with the nature of things you didn't create. Otherwise, you can just hurt.
Crime and Punishment Date: Jan 12th @ 1:02pm EST
If we look into history we shall find that laws are conventions between men in a state of freedom. By justice we understand nothing more than the bond which is necessary to keep the interest of individuals united, without which men would return to their original state of barbarity. All punishments which exceed the necessity of preserving this bond are unjust in their nature.



The result of any punishment should be no other than prevention a criminal from doing further injury to society, and prevention others from committing the like offence. Therefore there ought to be chosen such punishments and such modes of inflicting them that make the strongest and most lasting impressions on the minds of others, with the least torment to the body of the criminal.



The torture of a criminal during the course of his trial is a cruelty consecrated by custom in most nations. It is used with an intent either to make him confess in his crime, or to explain some contradiction into which he had been led during his examination, or discover his accomplices, or for some kind of metaphysical and incomprehensible purgation of infamy, or, finally, in order to discover other crimes of which he is not accused of, but of which he may be guilty.



No man can be judged a criminal until he is found guilty; nor can society take from him the public protection until it has been proved that he has violated the conditions on which it was granted. In the eye of the law, every man is innocent until his crime has been proved. Crimes are more effectually prevented by the certainty than the severity of punishment.



The more cruel the punishments become, the more hardened and insensible people turn to be. All severity is superfluous, and therefore tyrannical.



The death penalty is pernicious to society, it is the example of barbarity. If the passions, or the necessity of war, have taught men to shed blo0od of their fellow creatures, the laws, which are intended to moderate the ferocity of mankind, should not increase it by examples of barbarity. It is even more horrible that this punishment is usually attended with formal pageantry. Isn't it absurd, that the laws, which detest and punish homicide, should, in order to prevent murd3er, publicly commit murd3er themselves?



It is better to prevent crimes than to punish them. This should be the fundamental principle of any good legislation.
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