You know with two wars going on, how did he do it. The holocaust must of costed a lot of money.
I really want to read non fiction books to increase my knowledge, especially those dummies books for a layman like me. But I just don't have the patience to read 3-5 hundred pages. Are there any tips for me?
the slave owner and his family acted as the slave's surrogate family. he provided his slaves an occupation and career, a sense of purpose, job security, free medical care, and a place to live when he got old. most slaves would have lived cruel, homeless existences and short lives without their master to care...
Absolutely not, unless it's required for some purpose like school or employment.
I have the 50-page rule. If a book cannot trap and hold my attention in 50 pages, I can quit it if I choose to. For gigantic books over 750 pages, I make it my75-page rule. And I've quit a lot of books, since it gives me way...
I’ve never been a huge fan of fantasy but I try to explore different genres just to break up the monotony or at the very least, I try to read what’s popular just to keep up with movies and whatnot. As a child, I begrudgingly made my way through the Chronicles of Narnia, grinded out The Hobbit amongst other Tolkien...
"Whoever increases his knowledge merely increases his heartache"
"He who learns must suffer"
"Ignorance is bliss"
are all quotes that in varying degrees say the same thing, knowledge leads to suffering.
I've been thinking about these quotes since yesterday.. How correct are...
Life advice, politics, religion, spirituality, people, work , ect.
You should stop acting altogether.
You don't have the right personality.
Actors get rejected all the time - it's just part of the job. Typically, even a professional actor will get rejected from 99 out of 100 auditions.
If you can't be happy for those who get good roles and graciously accept any...
Countries such as Germany which I had assumed would have been the most dangerous for Jews had much higher survival rates than much if not most of Eastern Europe. Can anyone explain the reasons behind this?
"Could"? When you ask "could", it's really a non-question. The earth "could" explode five minutes from now. Who can say a thing "could" not happen? A better way to phrase that might be, is it likely? Do factors still exist which when arranged in a certain combination...
"Liberals" don't pay much attention to world events.