Study Problems

6 November, 2014

The media and public opinion talk about the serious problem of the failure at school of students and the low results in the international assessment tests.

Nowadays students face several problems in the study and need the help of parents and teachers to overcome them. We can highlight the lack of interest to any subject, the lack of a place to study, the lack of a schedule, and the absence of study techniques. Read the rest of this entry »


29 October, 2014


It seems that in our world have originated two opposite thoughts with resonance to Saint Augustine. Many people are attracted to the Catholic Church in view of the image of unity in doctrine and the moral authority of its teachings. However, we see that Catholics fall into the infidelity, are absorbed by moral relativism and leave the religious practice. The outside noise can override the inner silence that faith needs to grow. Read the rest of this entry »

The study at different ages

16 October, 2014
One of the common concerns of parents is that their children are good students and complete their professional studies.
However, it is important to know that the attitudes for the study are different according to the age. Small children have a great desire to learn and a curiosity very wide. In childhood constant questions that guys do their parents and teachers are typical. Read the rest of this entry »

Helping Students

9 October, 2014


Educators (whether parents or teachers) help students (whether sons, daughters or pupils) under a necessary condition: the main target of education is the student, and all external help the student can get for him or herself is detrimental. Read the rest of this entry »

In comatose

29 September, 2014

A study published by BioMed Central Neurology has urgently arisen to qualify among the patient in persistent vegetative state and the patient in minimally conscious state. Read the rest of this entry »

Fairule of capitalism

17 September, 2014

Citizens and workers in most European countries (Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, and so on) that suffer the consequences of the current economic depression (unemployment increase, wages and salaries reduction, freezing pensions, and so on) are being forced by present governments to finance the losses of banks and savings banks that embarked on reckless financial adventures with our taxes through appropriate aids, guarantees, soft loans and even deliveries of capital sunk. Everything needs to avoid the bankruptcy and the negative consequences of saving loss by depositors. Read the rest of this entry »

Education According to Socrates 

13 August, 2014


Previously, we discussed what the concept of education was for Roman philosopher Seneca was; education for him was fundamentally having an honest life. This time around, let us discuss the concept of a “good life” according to Greek philosopher Socrates, whose thoughts were well known four centuries before Seneca’s. Read the rest of this entry »


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