19th Century Humanities

W a r    o r    P e a c e .

O s a m a    b i n    L a d e n 

P R E S E N T A T I O N   R E F L E C T I O N.
Over the past two weeks, presentations were made regarding how to make the world a better place. The presentations where all inspiring with some that were exceptionally amazing. From what I have seen, there is one main topic that seemed to overlap the majority of the presentations, and that is happiness. In many of the presentations, happiness is defined as something each person's life should be consisted of so that the intractable problems can be solved without having furthermore being worsened. One part of what creates happiness is communication. Throughout many presentations during the past two weeks, in my opinion, communication was the integral part of happiness, and it was shown throughout all presentations. Take teenage suicide for example, there were two people who presented on that particular topic and what caused the suicide was the major depression sparked in teenagers. Communication means connecting with people, and it is deemed as the "best well-being" for humans to do, as quoted from Christine's presentation. To make the world a better place, communication between one and another must not be misunderstood, and moreover, happiness should not be only for one's self, but also regarding the people in your surroundings too.