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The duties of the new secretary are to answer the telephone, to type letters and to do the bookkeeping.


The new models are not only less expensive but also more efficient .


He complied with the requirement that all graduate students in education write a thesis.


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The population of Karachi is greater than that of any other city in Pakistan.
The duties of the new secretary are to answer the telephone,to type letters and to keep books. what if we write like this???????
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There is a dire need for empathetic training of human intelligence. Only it can ensure sense of human responsibility, morality and survival. The religious institutions and rulers failed to address this issue. The previous personally lingered into materialistic avenues and the latter provided over-simplistic solutions, resulting into degraded human empathy and morality. Now, educationists are our only hope for devising some method to inculcate empathy and morality into human intelligence.

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Training of human intelligence: A Challenge

Human intelligence, an ingredient of social morality, is a challenge to be imparted by educational institutions. Religious custodians have failed to do so and men of power have had no time to bother about requisite problems of social morality, for they consider power a morality. So the responsibility is incurred on educational institutions which could cascade this integral part of intelligence and which consequently would result into love and empathy for humans.
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TO EDUCATE HUMANS' INTELLIGENCE MORALLY SENSITIVE

modern man needs to use his intelligence for love, kindness and empathy. however its a challenge for educational institutions because in past it was the duty of religion which not only failed but favored the powerful rich class; for whom only power is morality and this tendency leads to nuclear destruction. so only educators have the ability to cultivate moral sensitivity in human in such a way--that they should love, be kind and develop empathy honestly.
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Role of education in developing moral behavior of man
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The psychological causes of unhappiness, it is clear, are many and various. But all have something in common. The typical unhappy man is one who having been deprived in youth of some normal satisfaction, has come to value this one kind of satisfaction more than any other, and has, therefore, given to his life a one-sided direction, together with a quite undue emphasis upon the achievement as opposed to the activities connected with it. There is, however, a further development which is very common in the present day. A man may feel so completely thwarted that he seeks no form of satisfaction, but only distraction and oblivion. He then becomes a devotee of “Pleasure”. That is to say, he seeks to make life bearable by becoming less alive. Drunkenness, for example, is temporary suicide; the happiness that it brings is merely negative, a momentary cessation of unhappiness. The narcissist and megalomaniac believe that happiness is possible, though they may adopt mistaken means of achieving it; but the man who seeks intoxication, in whatever form, has given up hope except in oblivion. In his case the fist thing to be done is to persuade him that happiness is desirable. Men, who are unhappy, like men who sleep badly, are always proud of the fact. Perhaps their pride is like that of the fox that had lost his tail; if so, the way to cure it is to point out to them how they can grow a new tail. Very few men, I believe, will deliberately choose unhappiness if they see a way of being happy. I do not deny that such men exist, but they are not sufficiently numerous to be important. It is common in our day, as it has been in many other periods of the world’s history, to suppose that those among us who are wise have seen through all the enthusiasms of earlier times and have become aware that there is nothing left to live for. The men who hold this view are genuinely unhappy, but they are proud of their unhappiness, which they attribute to the nature of the universe and consider to be the only rational attitude for an enlightened man. Their pride in their unhappiness makes less sophisticated people suspicious of its genuineness; they thing that the man who enjoys being miserable is not miserable. (Words Count: 391)

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Title: 'The psychological causes of unhappiness'

There are various causes of unhappiness. The most common cause is deprivation from normal satisfaction at young age. This cause badly affects in future performances of an individual. Another present day man finds no satisfaction because of the frustration and depression from his work. So he uses intoxication for momentary happiness. Some people think that happiness is achievable by what so ever means to be used for it. Finally a group of individuals are there who deliberately want to stay unhappy. They think that this unhappy attitude towards the society would lead them to the great success. But they are unaware of the fact that this will make them less sophisticated and fake personalities. (115 words)

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TRAINING OF SENSITIVE INTELLIGENCE AND MORALITY

No doubt intelligence used in the service of love and kindness along with emotional capacity training is only protection of man. Sensitive intelligence increases survival chances of human beings. Religion was considered guardian to social morality but typically it failed to fulfill all spheres of social morality; as a result men got attracted towards power and wealth and fell into ditch of false beliefs, and made cunningness base of their decision making. To inculcate sensitive intelligence to all human beings to get love, peace, and empathy is now a challenge for educators.

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Q.3 Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. Use your own language.

In the height of the Enlightenment, men influenced by the new political theories of the era launched two of the largest revolutions in history. These two conflicts, on two separate continents, were both initially successful in forming new forms of government. And yet, the two conflicts, though merely a decade apart, had radically different conclusions. How do two wars inspired by more or less the same ideals end up so completely different? Why was the American Revolution largely a success and the French Revolution largely a failure? Historians have pointed to myriad reasons—far too various to be listed here. However, the most frequently cited are worth mentioning. For one, the American Revolution was far removed from the Old World; that is, since it was on a different continent, other European nations did not attempt to interfere with it.

However, in the French Revolution, there were immediate cries for war from neighboring nations. Early on, for instance, the ousted king attempted to flee to neighboring Austria and the army waiting there. The newly formed French Republic also warred with Belgium, and a conflict with Britain loomed. Thus, the French had the burden not only of winning a revolution but also defending it from outside. The Americans simply had to win a revolution.

Secondly, the American Revolution seemed to have a better chance for success from the get-go, due to the fact that Americans already saw themselves as something other than British subjects. Thus, there was already a uniquely American character, so, there was not as loud a cry to preserve the British way of life. In France, several thousands of people still supported the king, largely because the king was seen as an essential part of French life. And when the king was first ousted and then killed, some believed that character itself was corrupted. Remember, the Americans did not oust a king or kill him—they merely separated from him.

Finally, there is a general agreement that the French were not as unified as the Americans, who, for the most part, put aside their political differences until after they had already formed a new nation. The French, despite their Tennis Court Oath, could not do so. Infighting led to inner turmoil, civil war, and eventually the Reign of Terror, in which political dissidents were executed in large numbers. Additionally, the French people themselves were not unified. The nation had so much stratification that it was impossible to unite all of them—the workers, the peasants, the middle-class, the nobles, the clergy—into one cause. And the attempts to do so under a new religion, the Divine Cult of Reason, certainly did not help. The Americans, remember, never attempted to change the society at large; rather, they merely attempted to change the government.

1. Why and how did the Reign of Terror happen?
The reign of terror took place as a result of killing of king; furthermore it added civil war, mutiny and execution of political opponents during the French revolution.

2. In what ways does the author suggest that the American Revolution was easier to complete than the French Revolution?
Author’s outlook suggests that American Revolution was easier than the French revolution because American Revolution was free from any type of interference of other nations and contrary to that French revolution was burdened with intervention of European countries.

3. Of the challenges mentioned facing the French revolutionaries, which do you thing had the greatest impact on their inability to complete a successful revolution? Why?
French Revolution failed to get success because it was not only intervened by other European nations with emerged conflicts with British, but also it faced internal civil war and mutiny due to killing of king; furthermore, the French people themselves were not unified to complete revolution successfully.

4. Of the strengths mentioned aiding the American revolutionaries, which do you thing had the greatest impact on their ability to complete a successful revolution? Why?
The unity of American people had the greatest impact on their ability to complete a successful revolution.
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