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The world I Will Like to SeeBelieve it or not, in the next coming years the world is not going to be the same as it is now or was decades ago. With the influx of technology, an improvement in science and technology, a continual increment in the pool of knowledge, an unstable population growth rate in most countries coupled with deteriorating economic conditions, environmental degradation,…See More
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"When i first saw this piece of article, i was afraid to comment because i did not have an in-depth knowledge of what cyberpeace actually was. So i asked a friend  who is an Internet security specialist and the simple but explanatory answer he…"
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What Moral Leadership means to me

What Moral Leadership means to me Have you ever been caught in those awkward moments when you do something and realize that everyone’s looking at you? Sometimes, without a single word from the on-lookers we hear our inner beings telling us boy, you've gone too far." That’s the point where you become ashamed and embarrassed, and tend to ask yourself why you even did what you did. That is human conscience for you. Almost intertwined with conscience is what we call morals. The dictionary defines…See More
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What Moral Leadership means to me

What Moral Leadership means to me Have you ever been caught in those awkward moments when you do something and realize that everyone’s looking at you? Sometimes, without a single word from the on-lookers we hear our inner beings telling us boy, you've gone too far." That’s the point where you become ashamed and embarrassed, and tend to ask yourself why you even did what you did. That is human conscience for you. Almost intertwined with conscience is what we call morals. The dictionary defines…See More
Dec 30, 2013
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The world I Will Like to See

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