What are Three Stories in My Life that I Would Have to Include in My Autobiography?

Throughout my life there have been many events that have occurred, which you could consider miny stories of my life. But because of the requirement of this paper I must only write three stories of my life. These three stories are probably the most major things that have ever happened to me. (Note: these stories … More What are Three Stories in My Life that I Would Have to Include in My Autobiography?

Why Posting My Essays on My Own Blog Site Every Week Will Benefit Me in the Long Run?

I have been blogging for a year now, and I enjoy it greatly. I like it when people other than my family read my writing, either if it is any essay or a personal piece. I feel like I gain something from it. But why posting my essays on my blog every week will benefit … More Why Posting My Essays on My Own Blog Site Every Week Will Benefit Me in the Long Run?

How Should the Church Members Try to Find out “What Would Jesus Do?”

In His Steps, by Charles Sheldon. Is a rather ridiculous Utopian novel, about a group of churchgoers who are challenged to get closer to Jesus, by asking the question, “what would Jesus do?” Before doing anything. Not all of these churchgoers accept or do this challenge but a relatively small group of these people go … More How Should the Church Members Try to Find out “What Would Jesus Do?”

Which Aspect of the Plot so Far Sounds Most Implausible, in the Book: In His Steps?

In His Steps, by Charles Sheldon, is a book about a group of people who are challenged by their pastor Rev. Maxwell, to not do anything in their life before they ask themselves the line, “what would Jesus do?” I have been reading this book for a few weeks and there have been many moments … More Which Aspect of the Plot so Far Sounds Most Implausible, in the Book: In His Steps?

Which Dream in Looking Backward, Seemed More Realistic: When He Woke up in 1887 or 2000?

Early this week I finished the book: Looking Backward, by Edward Bellamy. The book itself is about a man named Julian West who lives in the year 1887. West falls asleep one day and is awoken in the year 2000, he has slept for over a hundred years. The rest of the novel is about … More Which Dream in Looking Backward, Seemed More Realistic: When He Woke up in 1887 or 2000?

What is the Least Believable Aspect of the Novel, Looking Backward, so Far?

During this past week I have been reading the Utopian novel, Looking Backward, written by Edward Bellamy. The novel is an outlandish tale about a man named Julian West who lives in the year 1887. West somehow manages to sleep for over a hundred years until he is awoken in the year 2000. There West … More What is the Least Believable Aspect of the Novel, Looking Backward, so Far?

Why a Blog With Lots of Content Will Help Me Get My First Full-Time Job After College?

Creating a blog or multiple blogs is a very helpful and meaningful way to spend your extra time, instead of wasting it. Also having a blog or blogs is a great way to look back on when you are older. In this essay I will be explaining why a blog with lots of content will … More Why a Blog With Lots of Content Will Help Me Get My First Full-Time Job After College?

Should Celebrities who Break the Law Face Stricter Penalties?

Say one day you are scrolling through the news and notice a headline about a celebrity getting caught committing a crime, and going to court for it. Maybe you think that that celebrity should face a stricter penalty than an average person because that celebrity is an influence. But should a celebrity actually face a … More Should Celebrities who Break the Law Face Stricter Penalties?

Is Homeschooling Beneficial for Students?

Many parents wonder if homeschooling is the right or wrong educational route for their child, especially if their child is struggling in public school. Many parents will hesitate because they are uncertain of the fact that homeschooling is beneficial for their child. But I assure you homeschooling is highly beneficial for the student, and here’s … More Is Homeschooling Beneficial for Students?

Does True Loyalty Require Unconditional Support?

Loyalty is very important in many aspects, such as family, friendships, and relationships in general, because without it, it would be impossible to have trust in any relationship, which causes disaster and problems. An important aspect of loyalty is support. Without support it would be pretty difficult to become motivated to do what you want … More Does True Loyalty Require Unconditional Support?