What this student considers to be one of the most important issues to remember is that while having a knowledge of cultures and ethnic groups is essential, cultures are not all static. Understanding a diverse culture is not as simple as memorising a list
After several studies, a care conference with her parents was held and a mandarin interpreter was used to explain the findings and care plan. Her parents informed the medical team that they will take her back home as it is their filial duty, based on Chinese culture, to care for a sick family member (Turner, 2010, p.60). The medical team, which comprise of nurses alike, felt differently. The team believed that her parents had not been able to provide proper care, and Ting had shown great improvement in foster care. While some disagreed with the use of Palliative Care, several healthcare providers agreed that it’s not in her best interest to return home, since her quality of life would harshly reduce.
I do consider myself cultural literate because even everyday life would become a part of the cultural literacy. However, I don’t feel confident elaborating using historical and religious cultural literacy due to the lack of knowledge and vocabulary. My perspective is different from those who are raised in the U.S. For instance, when I think of World War 2, the first thing that pops into my head is not German Nazi but the Japanese. My American born and raised audience might not understand my intention of my choice of cultural literacy. To be on the safe side, the most possible cultural literacy I can use in my commencement speech will come from historical culture and common knowledge of the world.
The Tao is not a thing and it is not seen like a God because it is not worshipped, it is more of a system of guidance. It is best described as “developing oneself so as to live in complete conformity with the teaching of the Tao.” Daoism is a religion of opposites and unity. It is where yin and yang started and the principal of it is it sees the world as filled with complementary forces. Daoism practices include meditation, which is concentration or mindfulness or visualization.
Ralph’s mature action promote virtue to teach readers by having him understand that people who aren’t helping with achieving the group’s goal is hurting the group. The sensitivity from Ralph’s character helps keep the littluns safe by having Ralph care about the littluns and leaving Piggy behind to look after them. The honest action of the twin helps Ralph escape from danger by having the twins be honest and tell Ralph what the tribe is planning to do with him than trapping him. The readers should look at this as a chance to be inspired from what they learned about the author in the book and learn to be virtuous even though they are in an extreme
On page 101 Atticus said, "But remember this, no matter how bitter things get, they 're still our friends and this is still our home." Atticus proves that you have to think of the other people who surround you before you give time to think of what’s best for you. He also is saying at times when we think things are going rough it could always be harder for the people around us; however, we just don’t know it. With that point he shows us the importance of how we treat others around us the same way we would want to be treated. Juror 8 said, “It 's not easy to raise my hand and send a boy off to die without talking about it first. ”
To me that means one should be careful with their words and how they are used, when giving bad news to clients. Compassion offered by a technician can make the process of a difficult choice seem more ethical and help aid the client during the process of grief. An example of this is a technician can’t go up to a twelve-year-old and tell him or her that “Fluffy” has a heart condition and will die; the better way to approach the situation is gently expressing there is something wrong with “Fluffy” and it would be best to say goodbye. Next in the code of ethics is that all technicians should remain competent through the commitment to lifelong learning.
In life, we all live for different reasons, but not many of us will live according to wisdom. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” In “Tao Te Ching” by Lao Tzu, Tzu teaches us to incorporate wisdom into our lives. Lao Tzu’s wisdom can help us to cope with the obstacles of today’s society.
Family relationships are important because you need to communicate with each other, show each other love and talk about personal things if needed. A family relationship can hurt a person by not showing support, not encouraging them and not taking care of that person. A family is there to show you who you are and to make you a better person. Emotional support is when you are always hurt or sad, a family member needs to be there to help you through that time. A person’s social life would be talking to someone who you adore and trust.
but if you see someone hurt of someone fell you go over there in help. It can be a small thing like turning of lights to save electricity but it will slowly when you grow up and have to deal with adults you have to understand it. Something else to learn is honesty and friendship. These skills will always be there doing something or the other. Honesty means to not tell lies but it means more.
Had a conversation with some associates who wanted my input on what I was told as a recent issue in regard to the bashing of the “ Hmong men and the Hmong Culture.” So I’m going to write it down here for those individuals to read. I could care less about how you feel. first: there is nothing wrong with dating or marrying someone outside your own ethnic group.