DARE Report Problems Sample Assignment

The first thing our D.A.R.E. instuctor taught us was the D.A.R.E. Decision Making Model. D- Define, Describe the problem, challenge or opportunity. A- Assess, what are your choices? R- Respond, make a choice. E-Evaluate, review your decision.

One of the things that we learned in D.A.R.E. is that tobacco affects your body’s development. There are more than 200 known poisons in tobacco.

Over 400,000 people die each year from tobacco-related causes. Smoking can cause yellow teeth and smelly breath. It causes breathing problems, colds, and upper respiratory sickness, heart disease and cancer of the mouth, throat , bladder, lungs and kidneys.

We learned that marijuana affects your brain and body and can be addictive. It can cause short term memory loss, the loss of ability to concentrate, and it slows coordination and reflexes. Marijuana also affects your ability to judge distance, speed and reaction time. Users have an increased risk of cancer as well. Marijuana is illegal in the United States.

One of the final things I was taught in D.A.R.E. is that alcohol can damage every organ in your body. Too much alcohol can slow down the body and lead to coma or death. Also, mixing alcohol with medicine is dangerous. Alcohol affects the growing body of a teenager more than the body of an adult. Alcohol is illegal for anyone under the age of 21.

Over the past few weeks I have learned to “Just say NO to Drugs”. Tobacco, marijuana, and alcohol all affect your brain, mouth, throat, lungs, heart, and liver. Our D.A.R.E. Deputy taught us about peer pressure as well. There are two different forms of peer pressure. There is good, where people encourage you to do good things like doing your best in school. There is also bad, where people try to get you to do bad things like drugs.

I pledge to not do drugs and I will avoid tempting situations. I promise to live a clean, healthy, and drug free life. I am doing this for myself.

Another Measure To Control Corruption In India

Another measure to control corruption in india As per my previous article on corruption control measures, I am today discussing about another measure which can really help in controlling corruption. Well we Indians are blessed with various diversity and cultures. We as a whole have so many varieties of rituals and customs and religions that we make a whole world. Well besides having so much talent and diversity why we are poor? Why most of the population in India is illiterate and poor? Why poor is becoming poorer and rich is becoming richer? Is there any connection of poverty with corruption?

Well here also money is the only reason which creates corruption. People who are born in a middle class family have limited resources but still they enjoy life in an average mood. They work hard and they save there money and create some amount of comfort zone for themselves but still they wish to become rich as richness is a blessing. On the other hand poor or the ones below poverty line are living there life in hell. They have no resources, no life, they work like slaves and there is no hope in them, there life is worse than any pig and there is no comfort at all. Talking about rich, they enjoy branded clothing, luxury cars, great lifestyle, huge bungalows, parties, and casino; there life has only comfort and leisure.

Well sadly in India poverty wins with high majority , middle class on other hand is of limited majority and rich people are on the lowest majority scale. Well this condition cannot be changed easily as our narrow minded behavior will never consider a human as a human. The problem with Indian mentality is that they differentiate people on the basis of caste and community and this narrow minded mindset is at its peak stage, the lower cast people or tribes are not considered important in any manner. Although government has given lot of benefits and subsidies to the lower casts people in order to create a sense of.

My Understanding Of Statement Time Is Money

In my opinion, there cannot exist any statement that is undoubtedly true. And in this way, we are not able to say whether time is money or not. Some people will always believe that time is only money but nothing else; others will defend the opposite thesis. As far as I am concerned, all of us should realize that the material world around us makes time money.

Although I do not want to agree with this statement, I confess that all of us should be realists. No one can lead normal life without enough money. People constantly work in order to earn. And they need time. It is mainly money for them. Their credo is “Don’t lose time, make money!” But it can be interpreted in several ways. Nowadays there are two categories of people. People from the first group work hard in order to make enough for a living, to satisfy their basic needs. While the others consider money as a way to win more power and better social position, sometimes – even friends. They say “Money makes the world go round” and time represents only money for them.

It seems to me that we usually forget that time is not only money – it is also love, war, dreams, music… If we forget that, it would occur that our world is only made from money and we are slaves of money. In my opinion, money is not something that is able to satisfy our internal needs, something that can make us feel really happy. And there are thousands of examples to support this statement – rich people are usually ready to give all their wealth only to become happy again. And in this way, we should not forget that although time and money are always inseparable and both of them – very valuable things, time is something more than money. It is eternal. It must not be compared with money – they are two completely different things. Time is something unreal – we know it, we feel its insufficiency, but we cannot touch it or lend it to someone else.

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