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Wednesday August 14, 2013 MYT 11:47:14 AM
Handouts put cash in the pockets, but education provides real empowerment.
Is it right to end someone’s life in the name of the law? Has the death penalty really deterred serious crimes?
They are expensive to hire and seem to cause much grief. Why do we work with consultants?
Are Malaysians less polite and caring than Americans? Or are we just more shy about exchanging unnecessary pleasantries with strangers?
Money may not buy happiness, nor can it help us with imagination or innovation, writes Dzof Azmi.
Is our society structured to condone abuse when it’s meted out by somebody of higher social status?
A film about May 13 has many points of contention. So what really happened on that black day?
To fight crime, do we really need tougher laws where people have ever fewer rights? asks Dzof Azmi.
It’s human to fail – so why do we always think we’re right?
Is it wise to feast to the gillls when one is meant to learn about abstinence?
Logic is the antithesis of emotion but mathematician-turned-scriptwriter Dzof Azmi’s theory is that people need both to make sense of life’s vagaries and contradictions.
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