The Importance of a Play From 100 Years Back

“…Wilde benefits from a mode of presentation that already emphasizes the difficulty of distinguishing substance from surface.”

The importance of being earnest is as relevant today as it was over 100 years ago. discuss.

Wilde uses his characters to demonstrate the spectrum to which they value substance over surface. Lady Bracknell, for example, seems to value surface and how no matter what else you are as long as you are something she wants you to be then it is fine in her eyes. This was demonstrated through the scene in which she grills Jack of his past and his personal life. She doesn’t ask for a story, just a yes or no which added to humour as we know it doesn’t mean much as things can entail different reasonings. Today we see the news and many accusations and rebuttals in celebrity or political controversies. The titled article doesn’t have to sway the audience one way because even if all the facts are plainly laid out, the specific facts show only one side of the story, disregarding most anything else. His benefit leads to humour and is relevant in this time, however the

tampines minds yoga cas reflection 1

For know what we have done is our research and basic due diligence on adding to our prior knowledge prior to actually working with our partners. The work in which we all collaborated on includes what Tampines MINDS is all about and their own work and programs, as well as knowing more about those we are helping and in which ways we can help them. The group is very self-conscious in the aspect that we want to make the experience the best we can for our partners and put them first. It will be long until we actually meet them but the point stands that we still need to know much about how they function and how we can prioritise their needs without isolating them. Each is different and we will learn as we go to build a relationship as yoga therapy is quite intimate in its nature.

drink less coffee to be more emotionally intelligent

I think that emotional intelligence and the testing of EQ is a debatable topic as the reasoning behind the tests are obscure. Of course, if they are publisized then people might change to give themselves a higher score if that is what they want to achieve instead of getting a genuine score. There are lists, however, of behaviours that many intelligent people have and if you can identify with many of these characteristics then it is very likely to have a emotional intelligence. Two that I particularly identify with are the embrace of change and the difficulty to offend.