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    Think Before You Act Everyday someone loses a person dear to them. You never know if it will be your last day here in this world. We all just live day to day and don’t realize tomorrow could be our last. It’s even worse when it could have been prevented. Choices we make can impact our lives and individuals around us. People say things happen for a reason, and that God has a plan for all of us. We won’t know the truth until something tragic happens each of us. June 24, 2011 was the day

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    3.3 Case 3: Green Marketing; Think Before You Act 3.3.1 Introduction The report entitled Green Marketing: Think Before You Act; a primer for businesses ready to share their sustainability story is taken from Strategic Sustainability Consulting published in April 2012 which is written by Davinder Aulakh. The paper mainly focuses on green marketing and associated risks of greenwashing. It also provides the important role of different standards and certifications in green marketing. It offers an analytical

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    with North Korea and soldiers still in Afghanistan and Iraq the President is always quite busy. Even though the President has lots of ad-visors to help him make decision's some advice that would really aid the president is the lesson that “Think before you act, be sure not to overreact” Some examples from the Cold War era that support this lesson are The Cuban Missile Crisis, The My Lai Massacre (involving napalm and agent orange) and the incident at Kent State. First off, Kennedy was under a

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    When is the proper moment to think? Is it better to think before, during, or after an action? The writer, Heinrich von Kleist, argues that one should think after an act. He uses the example of a wrestler, “The athlete, at that moment when he is holding his opponent in his grip, simply has no recourse but to act spontaneously, on inspiration; and if he begins to calculate which muscles to contract and which limbs to move in order to throw him, he will always draw the short straw and be thrown himself”

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    I think that thinking is better than doing because if you just do something then you could harm your future and just doing something without thinking can get you into a lot of trouble. If I had to choose if I wanted to be a person who just does or "intellectual" I would be intellectual. The reason for that is because if I did something without thinking I would have consequences and then that would mess up my future. If you just do stuff without making a plane out in your head first, then you would

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    The questions that I asked where, ‘Why do you think the Civil Rights Act had to happen, and Can you tell a bit about any experiences you have had with this?’ Mrs. Patterson had a lot to say about her beliefs of why the Civil Rights Act had to happen, which made me really think about how lucky I am to live in the time that I live in. They both had a heartbreaking story about something that was done wrong to someone they knew before the Civil Rights Act, or something that happened to them even after

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    person acts without thinking. Complications with not thinking can be getting into trouble without meaning to, changing how others think of you or causing others to suffer, mentally or physically. Yet, society still does not think about their actions and how people affect others. In the future, people will start to be considerate about what they do. Society still does not think about their actions. However, it is in the human nature and it is just easier to do than to take the time to think about

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    Rough Draft “We didn’t mean to hurt anyone, honest. We just wanted to make the hood better, safer. Honest. I’m sorry.” (Gallo 111). This theme is think before you act, in the short story Confession. You genuinely need to think before you do anything in dangerous situations. In the short story, the theme shows up when they decided to burn drugs in members of the gang's lockers. Also, when Lacey needed to keep the Protectors secret so no one finds out it's them. Then again, when they concluded

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    Have you ever experence something in your life that changed the way you think, act and carry yourself? It could be something as small as losing a penny or something big someone passing away. Well my experience is having my son Kayden. If you would have told me three years ago that I would have had a baby at 19 I would have just laughed and said you're wrong. I never in a million years thought I was gonna have a kid so soon or even being able to take care of one. having a baby really change everything

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    We’re always told to “think before you act” by an authority figure as children. Though most of the time, these words get brushed off, they’re still very important to remember. Without thinking, people have made, and will continue to make, very bad decisions. Thinking before you act is important because it can improve your quality of life, can prove you have a good character, and that you have control over what is going on. Improving life quality is something that near everyone tries to do. It is

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