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  • Reply to: The voice for the invisible and voiceless   1 day 13 hours ago

    This article and the video by Faith Muthiani are inspiring and touching to me as I read through the article and watched the video. I think that as someone who is our worlds future it is very important for us to know about not only our rights as humans but about the violence and sexual trafficking that goes on everyday. It is our job to spread awareness and take a stand to make a change. It is hard to think that many people don't really think of this as an issue until something tragic like human trafficking happens to them. Faith is an inspiration to all to spread awareness and to show that everyones voice can be heard if that be from a teacher or a from a global perspective.

  • Reply to: The things we do: The high price of cheating a little   1 day 13 hours ago

    people who is usually engaged in corrupt activity, because they get very comfortable.Not to long ago , i recently read about the duke university Experiment , i think its clever way to reveals people's honesty. everyone lies, and some time its necessary due to situations. Don't get me wrong , i do feel like it makes a huge difference . if someone is lieing* its another "ball game " compare to someone who clear & honest .

  • Reply to: The things we do: The high price of cheating a little   1 day 13 hours ago

    People should imagine what our social live are going to be if everyone is a little cheater. If cheat become a social norms, you have to guess that you friends, coworkers lie to you all the time.

  • Reply to: The things we do: The high price of cheating a little   1 day 13 hours ago

    As a child my mother always said to me tell me the truth and as long as you are honest you will bit receive the punishment you deserve for the your actions. This worked with my mother but I found when I told the truth to others I got punished, but telling a lie I went free. Society has made it so that is easier to lie than tell the truth. Lies get rewarded, cheaters get recognized but those who are honest appear to go unrewarded and unrecognized. It comes down to the saying, "to thy own self be true." Can I be at peace with myself at the end of the day?

  • Reply to: The things we do: The high price of cheating a little   1 day 13 hours ago

    I found it interesting at first how the article began with the expiriment and showed how many people lied just for a few dollars. When you put this into a bigger perspective those so called "liars" are really out there. They're stealing money out there and we're not even realizing.