Essays by M.faisal

is copying role model is good practice

May 30th, 2007

Whether stressing on need of role model is better practice in order to improve or self judgment is superior choice. According to my point of view, function of ideals in our life is too crucial to be neglected rather being discarded at all. As child we constantly build role models, imitate them, discover moral values from them and that's what history is taught for.

self improvent is cumbersome procedure

May 19th, 2007

Actually, the discussion comprise of the statement that self-improvement is problem rather than virtue in practical life which makes people believe themselves erratic. Practically very appealing, yet statement has not got much substance in it to satisfy a thinking mind. According to me, it is plausible to pursue for the better in every moment of life in order to improve oneself. Life is ever learning process and we should always use new lessons conveyed by surroundings to achieve betterment of us. Failing in fulfilling purpose may cause life stagnant and roads for new discoveries will be blocked. Moreover everyone will become lazy enough to bring about changes in his behavior and will become of critic of others.

publishing made easy by writing mysteries

April 25th, 2007

The notion that aspiring new writers should write mystery novels in order to get their creations be published by a large prestigious publisher may seem obvious at first glance as strengthened by apparently well reasoned example. But a deep, meaningful insight into paragraph reveals that all the statements are some alluring presumptions lacking any kind of sound background.

involvment of community in developing educated society

April 23rd, 2007

The issue to be discussed is that should community and parents be involved in local school system by giving education too much importance to be left solely on professional educators. I do not find any reason to go against the statement. According to my point of view community should actively participate in grooming up a naïve instead of putting eyes on professionals alone.

A demarcation between politicians and philosophers

April 21st, 2007

The topic under discussion is that whether politicians should go beyond the limits of philosophical rules to make people complaisant or there should be firm attachment to well established principles. According to my opinion politicians should stick to presumptions made by great thinkers of medieval or coeval. It may sound bit cruel but we cannot refrain from the facts.

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