For it is not you or I that is important, neither what sort we might be nor how we came to be each where we are. What is important is anyone’s coming awake and discovering a place, finding in full orbit a spinning globe one can lean over, catch, and jump on. What is important is the moment of opening a life and feeling it touch—with an electric hiss and cry—this speckled mineral sphere, our … [Read more...] about Coming Home: My Journey of Self Discovery
Archives for July 2012
Your first job is the first step towards accomplishing your dream career. Let the first job be consistent with your long-term career objectives. Creating a fresher, well-coordinated resumé is a must for presenting a good educational and academics summary that convinces the recruiter about your future performance. Describe your talent, interests, skills, and capabilities to suit the … [Read more...] about 10 First Time Resume Tips
Have you noticed that many women tend to lose their identity once they are in relationships? Is it possible to maintain the “me” while being part of a “we”? The short answer is yes, but there is much more to this occurrence than just simply being lost in love. Psychoanalyst Beverly Engel opines that many women are hard wired and encouraged since birth to be dependent, whereas males are given more … [Read more...] about The Importance of Personal Growth in a Relationship
First of all, I loved "The Dark Knight Rises" whatever Christopher Nolan, the director, did wrong in "The Dark Knight," he did right in this movie. The multiple plot lines were not one after the other, but they were all related and led up to possibly the largest climax ever. Like the title, the story development rises and keeps rising. However, the women of the movie were greatly lacking. First … [Read more...] about Female Characters: Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises"
During the month of July, I am writing about the time I quit my job at the peak of the recession and moved to Egypt, where I lived above a camel stable, across the street from the pyramids. This week I am writing about the unfortunate reality all women travelers face — sexual harassment — and the strong responses it evokes. At lunch one day at my friend’s apartment looking out on the Nile in … [Read more...] about Sexual Harassment in Cairo – Part II
The next step for graduates after they proudly accept their diplomas is entering the workforce — yet a recent study found 53 percent of recent college graduates remain unemployed for months after graduation. Similarly, with more and more qualified graduates holding bachelor's degrees, many individuals think more education can make more opportunities — and more money. In this economy, pursuing … [Read more...] about Should I Go to Grad School?