We usually say that we can learn about a person if we walked in their shoes, maybe by walking a mile in someone else’s shoes we might learn a little bit more about that person. But, can we learn by walking a mile without shoes? The answer is YES. We can learn about something. We can learn about poverty by walking a mile without shoes. Continue reading
TOMS: Shoes For Tomorrow
Interview with local reporter Maria Corrales
Here is a summary of the interview with local reporter Maria Corrales for my college project back in 2009.
It was a great experience meeting someone you see reporting live everyday. Maria Corrales is a person who was born and raised in Houston and now is representing it. Continue reading
“Idea a Universal History with Cosmopolitan Intent” – Summary
All humans have the right and freedom to reach their highest potential because nature has given them the tools they need to succeed. That is what Immanuel Kant mainly talks about in “Idea a Universal History with Cosmopolitan Intent.” Continue reading
Essay for my Psychology of Women Class on Body Image – 2008
For most women loosing weight is their main issue. However, being thin is my issue. Being fat or too thin, in my culture, is not something seen as good. If you are overweight in means that you do not love yourself enough and being skinny is a sign of illness or poorness. I am not sick and I do have food at home, but my body does not gain weight easily; that is my problem.