There are similar Laws of Life contests across the nation and internationally, but the Georgia contest is the largest Laws of Life contest in the United States, and the largest essay contest of any kind in North America.
The Georgia Laws of Life Contest is a program of the nonprofit Georgia Rotary Districts Character Education Program.
This primordial propensity towards instinctual courses of action serves as foundation for his tribe’s way of life and, in practice, trumps individual emotions.
Old Koshkoosh was indoctrinated with this ancestral tradition of deriving the appropriate pathway from instinct for much of his early life, and it determined a decision in his adulthood which defined him for the rest of his life.
This is a question which has challenged the human race for generations and to which no satisfactory answer exists.
In the modern world, this issue is examined theoretically, but rarely confronts individuals, with the exception of the most destitute.
Any Penn State undergraduate student interested in exploring and writing about ethical values and intercultural issues can enter the fifth annual Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest, sponsored by the Paterno Fellows Program and the College of the Liberal Arts.
Participating students must submit their essays on one of four prompts by Dec. The winners of the Collegiate Laws of Life Essay Contest read their winning essays at the Paterno Fellows Recognition Ceremony on Feb. The contest was sponsored by the Paterno Fellows Program and the College of the Liberal Arts.
The Georgia Laws of Life Essay Contest is a statewide essay contest for high school students sponsored by Georgia Rotary Clubs.
Fifty-nine schools across the state participated this year, and 45,233 students wrote a Laws of Life essay.