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    Abortion has been and still is one of the most controversial topics in American culture. The reason for the controversy is the different viewpoints of this very personal matter. Some believe that abortion is the same as murder. Others believe it’s a personal choice which only they have the right to make. Due to the nature of the procedure and the concerns associated with ending a pregnancy, abortion will continue to top the list of “touchy” subjects in American politics and culture. As a pro-choice

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    with the President, as well as the most personally involved in the subject matter involved with the impeachment. Since Bill Clinton’s wrong-doings stem from sexual misconduct, as his wife, Hillary Clinton has an extremely great involvement. Due to her great involvement in this personal matter, the public audience seems to associate their thoughts with her own (34% of the public thought that the scandal was a personal matter as long as Hillary Clinton was fine with it [U.S. News]). Meaning, the public

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    Job Decision Making

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    me. I am having a hard time accepting the fact that such person will do things against our moral standards. Of course there are also decisions that require choosing between your personal matter and your work. One example is that when you are faced with the problem of refusing an assignment because there is a family matters to attend to. This decision is not questionable because Filipinos are known to have a very tight family relationship. Also if you are a single like me, there will come a time that

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    The Ideal Leading me to Study Law The war in the former Yugoslavia is an intensely personal matter for me. I had, for some time, been more aware of the strife in Croatia than many of my peers. My family is originally from Zagreb. As the war progressed, my parents worried about relatives and friends whom they could no longer reach. My father gave up his medical practice in the summer of 1991 to volunteer his medical skills in Zagreb. Throughout this time, I struggled between my sense of responsibility

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    economy, some being more explicitly demonstrated than others, but important and evident all the same. In a feudalist society, distinction between private rights and public authority oftentimes disappeared and local control tended to become a personal matter. Feudal leaders often took over the responsibility for the economic security of "their" territories and dictated how resources were to be produced and used. There was also generally a contract of some sort between the workers and the bosses, such

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    like to see this on television. Kristol relates the claim to sex, saying that it is a private moment and shouldn’t be viewed by the public. He says viewers wouldn’t want to watch the old man losing his bodily fluids on himself because it’s a personal matter and it just needs to stay private and unseen by the public. In paragraph [8], Kristol again rebuts his major claim when he relates humans to animals. He claims sex is like death, it is found both within humans and animals. As Kristol (1971)

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    A Personal Matter Theme

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    A Collective Matter In A Personal Matter (1964), Kenzaburō Ōe, the Nobel Laureate, reexamines the Japanese memorable experience with the atomic age through Bird’s dilemma with his newly-born son. Ōe draws direct, as well as indirect, parallels between Bird’s personal identity-crises and the Japanese national identity-crises. Although the novel’s narration follows Bird, the novel’s protagonist, as he struggles with his past and future, the narrative deals, in fact, with the Japanese question

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    The Personal Matter of Death The "right to die" argument is building moral, ethical and legal issues. The proponents for physician aid in dying are arguing from the perspective of compassion and radical individual autonomy. However, we cannot take the life of another human being in our hands and play the role of God. The case against physician-assisted suicide, which is essentially a moral case ("thou shall not kill; thou shall not help others to kill themselves"), is straightforward and clear

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    Matters of Faith offers an array of things such as music, messages/devotionals and sometimes even a guest speaker. It is a place for many people to come together and hear not only about their own religion but other religions, as well. As a matter of fact, those are some of the reasons that had me intrigued and wanting to see what Matters of Faith was really all about. I chose to attend Matters of Faith for many reasons. One being that I was curious to know if it was a club, bible study or even something

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    last few months I have been stepping back from my daily routine to observe in as wide a scope as possible, the endless number of things happening. As I mentioned earlier, for many years I made it a point to keep my spiritual life separate from my personal. Furthermore, the news seemed to be an endless meditation on negativity; draining to say the least. From where I stand now imposing that artificial separation between spiritual and person seem rather trite and juvenile, despite the fact that it was

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