Commonly, most of us avoid thinking about our death since we get struck with fear when we think of death. However, existentialism views dying as a natural process and holds that speaking about death gives meaning to our life and takes away its fear.
Many educators hold that cursive writing is a useless activity for children since it is a part of calligraphic art forced on children by unthoughtful teachers. Not only it makes the writing illegible but also many students in primacy grades find difficult to master it resulting into a frustrating experience. Without any evidences, cursive handwriting was romanticised both by religious teachers and market forces for a long time.
On the occasion of Mandela Day, officially declared by the United Nations in 2009 to be observed on July 18, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said, "Nelson Mandela's extraordinary compassion after 27 years in prison showed that human rights and equality are stronger than discrimination and hate."