Article, limerick and a Haiku

Article Galileo Galilei was a brilliant scientist who made many important discoveries about the universe. He was also a devout Catholic, and he believed that there was no conflict between science and religion. In 1613, Galileo published a book that argued that the Earth revolves around the Sun. This was a controversial idea at the... Continue Reading →

Beneficiary of Praise: an article, a limerick and a haiku

Article The Beneficiary of Praise Praise is a powerful thing. It can boost morale, increase productivity, and even improve physical health. But what happens when you praise everyone? Does it lose its meaning? According to a study by the University of California, Berkeley, people who are praised excessively actually start to believe that they are... Continue Reading →

Power of Recognition – an article, a limerick and a Haiku

Article: "The Power of Recognition: Becoming a Beneficiary of Praise" Introduction: In a world filled with criticism and negativity, genuine praise is a priceless gem that has the power to uplift spirits, boost motivation, and inspire greatness. However, amidst the noise of constant evaluation and judgment, it seems that he who praises everybody, praises nobody.... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day beneficiary (bɛnəfɪʃiɛri , బేనఫిశీఏరీ) Example One poor boy was the beneficiary when the rich businessman gave away all his wealth in his will. Definition adjective having or arising from a benefice "a beneficiary baron" noun the semantic role of the intended recipient who benefits from the happening denoted by the verb... Continue Reading →

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