Posts Tagged ‘love’
Cultural heritage, we refer to the tradition and beliefs that are practiced by their ancestors and passed from one generation to another. The modernization comes into his life, it is important to their cultural heritage, whatever, know so that future generations can preserve a life of love.
Contribution to the preservation of their culture, there are several nonprofit organizations in the United States in the conservation of museums, paintings and monuments, its history and its various sources attest to the commitment. This non-profit organizations to continue their efforts to educate others about the different types of cultural heritage. Read the rest of this entry »
I wonder what is the ethical responsibility really means.
It is the intention of some types of municipalities: to do things for others, I would like others to do with me. I love my daughter beside me, as I and knowledge of words and acts of human rights or animal, love, children’s rights, women’s rights and the rights of plant sources, the rights of …
I wonder what that term really means to me ethics.
Survival is the responsibility of all other creatures that we are now on this planet that you and I call Earth. And that makes it difficult at all and no change in the definition of professional responsibilities, we think of ourselves and treat other creatures, because the creatures and the responsibility of that river, or every day. Day if you look closely at a particular creature or the environment. Read the rest of this entry »
In business, one step ahead of the competition that counts. And the price is not the only factor. The quality of products, services and information are often, if not more important than price.
- Take care of your business, your reputation and how it is perceived. It is therefore clearly show the importance of reputation, ie they are in conformity with the specifications of your business, and supply, we can not make false promises. People can be sure that you mean what you say and your word your bond. Read the rest of this entry »