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Secondary – January 27

Would you rather be remembered for your character, or for your accomplishments, and why one instead of the other?

Secondary – January 26

“Genius is nothing but continued attention.” -Claude Adrien Helvetius, born on this date in 1715. Explain why you think Helvetius is wrong or right.

Secondary – January 25

The novelist W. Somerset Maugham was born on this date in 1874. He once said, “The love that lasts longest is the love that is never returned.” What do you think he meant by that?

Secondary – January 24

On this date in 1848, gold was discovered at John Sutter’s mill in California, launching the “Gold Rush” in 1849. Describe a discovery that would make you move a long way and what you’d do when you got there.

Secondary – January 21

To what tempation should you say “no” more than you do — and why don’t you?

Secondary – January 20

Physicist Stephen Hawking has said, “It is not clear that intelligence has any long-term survival value.” Explain why do you agree or disagree.

Secondary – January 19

How do you know?

Secondary – January 18

“I have always observed that to succeed in the world one should seem a fool, but be wise.” -Charles de Montesquieu, born on this date in 1689. Explain whether you think this is a good or bad approach to success.

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