Critique

It’s time all of us under the umbrella of Christianity do what we can to change our public perception.
At first glance, this film might seem to simply be about a bunch of kids entertaining themselves on winter school break with a major snowball fight. But, it is packed with some very powerful life lessons and messages.
The truth is, we don't really take criticism well. Usually when someone gives us a critique, even if we know it to be true, we tend to meet that critique with anger or fear. We not only don't like hearing criticism; it has a profound effect on our psyche.
What is a generation? What does it show about the people in it? Are there different generations for each country? These questions arise when the phrase "Baby Boomer," "Generation X," "Generation Y," or others are mentioned.
Start embracing the value of building relationships with everyone and anyone even though you do not see how they might help you right now. There is always something that you learn distinctly from every connection you nurture.
When I received Jon's book I was initially impressed by its sheer size and weight - it's a big book. But one is not only
The Impossible Project has been around for some time now. I think it is safe to say the "novelty" of it all has worn away
The result is all on the end of your fork, where each bite impresses.
With the decision pending in just a couple of weeks on Library #14 for President #44, the binding force of these successive projects is the fact that there is not and never should be a single political narrative. Such shifting values rely instead on the bedrock of freedom to sustain the dynamic bonds of the social contract it upholds.
Maybe cooking meat and seafood just isn't their forte, and an all-vegetarian menu option may not be such a bad idea.
The only regret with this was that the pieces were too small and there was no second offering of the pancake.
In the case of this CAREGIFTED fundraising initiative, writers--from world-renowned to beginners--are providing that help as writers bid on manuscript critiques provided by celebrated authors.
Here’s how to make sure you don’t fall victim to the critique partner from hell: But providing honest feedback doesn’t mean
Must we really celebrate big butts by deriding small ones? Does there always have to be at least one body type that's not as "good" as the others, leaving some subset of women clamoring to try to feel better about their loathsome, not-as-sexy selves?
I love seeing basic gear capture solid images. It hammers home that it's the photographer not the gear, most of the time
Once I knew I was not going back to Saginaw, not finding a man to marry, not going to have children, not going to collect all of the things that people told me were an important part of life, were in fact the very things in life that bring happiness, once I rejected all of these things, the real work begins.
Karen Kilgariff is punk as fuck. In an industry of rock stars and actors constantly and consistently hiding any flaws to create a pretense of professionalism and perfection, Kilgariff takes the stage naked, highlighting her imperfections. She is a symbol of what is right about art and music and entertainment.
Professors do need to engage more fully in public debates. We must do so in a way more hospitable to those without post-graduate degrees.
As architects and design lovers look forward accordingly, it is worth taking stock of the minute pantheon of enduring architectural excellence that has resulted from these seasonally alternating quadrennial attention-grabbing place makers.