The boy mother said: son was an ideal boy. He did odd jobs on holidays to pay his school fees. When his body was found, I thought he would at least be rid of the tag of a rapist and killer. Over the past few years, the media has covered many stories, where the attacks on faculty members and much more frequent and children of all age groups and grade levels are being killed over designer clothing, shoes and so on and so forth. With all the attention the schools are getting, about such heinous crimes; it has been reported that the school districts and politicians need to act quickly, and before the situation at hand gets out of control. It is sad to think that the children in the United States are getting hurt, assaulted, and killed almost everyday over a pair of designer jeans, or a nice blouse and shirt.
Esmer will be; hostess to the Beaver Creek Homemakers’ Club, Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Damaris Herbert as assistant hos tess. ‘A program’ consisting ot a re iiovt and a demonstration on the hort course held at College Park recently and ot rccreationa 1 tea lures will fill the evening.
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To find meaning and significance in human life, there are some fundamental questions that must be wrestled with: Is meaning something that we have? Something that is added on to our being? Or, is meaning what we are fundamentally? Is meaning our existence?The proposed paper will explore these questions by examining the notions of essence and existence, meaning and significance, and monistic versus dualistic approaches to understanding the world. By pointing out some of the inconsistencies that occur in a dualist framework with regards to meaning as something additional to being, this paper will show that the unity within a monist paradigm secures meaning as inherent to human being, not something added to it, and so endorses a more robust understanding of meaning. This move highlights the contingency, and not self sufficiency, of human beings and all created things as meaning as being points to something beyond created things.The main support for this paper will come from the Dutch philosopher Herman Dooyeweerd (1894 1977), as well as from other philosophers working in the neo Calvinist tradition, such as Alvin Plantinga. Using Dooyeweerd’s dictum that ‘Meaning is the being of all creaturely things’ as our starting point, I will endeavour to show that the fullest form of meaning and significance is not something added on to human being, but is the essence of human being. This paper will argue that meaning as being points to the necessary contingencies of human nature. As, like Charles Taylor opines, there is a felt sense of loss and malaise with the eclipse of transcendence, Dooyeweerd’s position shows that meaning as being is rooted in a contingent reliance of humanity on the transcendent.