'To be Cambodian is to be the warrior, the creator and the builder of Angkor Wat. More accurately, to be a Cambodian is to be a descendant of a people that produced architectural masterpieces of the Angkor era which rival the achievements of any of the ancient civilizations'.
Dr. Seanglim Bit.
Cambodia has been deemed as an 'arsenal of political unrest' by domestic, regional and international perspectives. Nearly 100 years of French protectorate, American bombardments, Pol Pot regime followed ...
Marriage, sanctified or profane, is an idea whose time has gone.
No more need to extend the branches on any family tree, nor
maintain racial or cultural integrity in any but societies of
bigots and bullies. The melting pot reigns supreme. No need to
outlaw or enforce laws against adultery. No need to insure the
welfare of any future generation. No need to enforce marital
contracts- a brave, new world.
In our material world there is contract law, statute law,
natural law and divine law. Common ...
We have been brought up in a society where homosexuality is not
acknowledged. To be in love with someone of the same sex is a
sin and now to want the rights to live united under the bonds of
matrimony is even a huger sin. But my thoughts are if a same sex
couple want to unite for the rest of their lives let them. It's
none of our business.
Maybe allowing people the right to marry someone of the same sex
is upsetting to you but how would you feel if our culture
believed in say arranged marriage ...
God created life and therefore it is precious. It should not be
taken away without just cause. It should not be endangered in a
flippant or careless manner. It should be nurtured and protected
to the fullest extent of the law. All too often, though, human
life is treated as expendable by governments and average
citizens alike. Convenience, pleasure, revenge, power, politics,
and even outright indifference sometimes get a higher priority
than human life. Due to those kinds of attitudes, human ...
Social Darwinism, sociobiology, and, nowadays, evolutionary
psychology are all derided and disparaged because they try to
prove that nature - more specifically, our genes - determine our
traits, our accomplishments, our behavior patterns, our social
status, and, in many ways, our destiny. Our upbringing and our
environment change little. They simply select from ingrained
libraries embedded in our brain.
Moreover, the discussion of race and race relations is tainted
by a history of ...