Imagine you live on an island far away. There are no rules, no laws, and no government. There is no one to tell you what to do.
- Would anyone have the right to govern you? Would you have the right to govern anyone else? Why?
- Would you have any rights? What might they be?
- What might people who were smarter or stronger than others try to do? Why?
- What might people who were not as smart as others or who were weaker than others try to do? Why?
- What might life be like for you, your family and everyone else in a state of nature?
In class we have been discussing rights. Which right do you think is the most important? Why?
Sometimes when we give to others, we receive even more in return. Watch this video. Try not to cry, then think of a time when you or someone you know made a sacrifice or did a good deed for the benefit of someone else. Briefly write about this time. Try not to cry.
How do you define sport or athlete? There are nearly 60 events in the Summer and Winter Olympics, but each year there are some that get people to stop and ask, “How is this a sport?” And then there’s another event that’s become very popular in competitive sports world — Sport (Cup) Stacking. Watch this video to learn about this fast growing sport! Then reply to this post with a response to the question — What makes cup stacking a sport?
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