“It was terribly dangerous to let your thoughts wander when you were in a public place or within range of a telescreen” (1984 by George Orwell).
Humans…. Creatures of emotions, thoughts, opinions, perfections and imperfections. Like everything else, we are bound to have flaws in our genetic makeup. Continue reading
“In Queensland, there is a lack of public confidence in the Police Force, partly caused by instances of misconduct and inefficiency. However, individual behavior is not entirely to blame. The Police Department’s organization and practices have also contributed”, (Report of a commission of inquiry pursuant to orders in council, 1989).
“Love is a human experience, not a political statement” – Anne Hathaway
As technology evolves, the customer service experience becomes less and less about quality and more about quantity. Big corporations tend to care more about the number of people they are servicing and less about the level of service. Face to face customer service is easier to cope with because a level of social behaviour is expected. However, over the phone customer service is much more open, resulting in customers being more prone to speak their minds and express their frustrations in a less subtle manner.
What is a healthy diet? We’ve always been told that being skinny brings happiness but how can we understand those thin people who eat unhealthy foods and stay happy? How can those people who strive to maintain a healthy lifestyle be unhappy? As someone who is constantly counting calories and macro nutrients I find skinny people who eat unhealthy foods very infuriating. What sort of hard work have they done to be gifted with such bodies? Continue reading
While walking down the street on a busy Monday afternoon, I noticed a lot of people don’t pay attention to their surroundings or what’s around them. They are either too busy looking down on their phone screen or are emerged in deep conversation, resulting in them blocking pathways and getting dirty looks from those who are in a hurry. You see it everywhere, not just on the streets. While out on dates or during concerts, everyone is on their smartphones or tablets. Why have people become so addicted to technology and are forgetting to live their lives and appreciate those defining moments?