Washington’s Arguments Against the Slave System

Booker T. Washington(born around 1858 or 1859), was a pretty influential African American man, and educator. Washington never knew his biological father, who was a white man; and his mother was the plantation’s cook until slavery was abolished. Even though slavery was abolished when Washington was still a young child, he remembered some of his … More Washington’s Arguments Against the Slave System

What was the Attitude of Most Christian Writers Toward the Philosophers of Ancient Greece

Near the end of the history of Rome, Rome left behind their previous pagan ways, and became a dominantly Christian civilization. Because of this people didn’t really need to follow the beliefs of the ancient Greeks, or Romans. Some people even began isolating themselves completely from the philosophies and views of the ancient Greek and … More What was the Attitude of Most Christian Writers Toward the Philosophers of Ancient Greece

What Kind of Contributions did the Monks Make to European Society

The Christian Monks are/were people who spent their lives dedicating themselves to serving others for God. They lived very secluded lives and were basically outside of “normal,” society. But they also contributed to society in many ways; so what kind of contributions did the Monks make to European society? The Monk’s spent a great deal … More What Kind of Contributions did the Monks Make to European Society

Has any Piece of Literature Affected Me in a Major Way?

I have read many literature pieces throughout my life; some of these pieces of literature have affected me and have left an impact upon me since reading the piece. Then others not so much. Because there is more than one piece of literature that has affected me I will be writing about more than one. … More Has any Piece of Literature Affected Me in a Major Way?

300th Post/ Update

Yup! This is officially my 300th post! Which is actually insane because I have been blogging for a little above a year now. Well to celebrate this milestone I guess, I read some of my earliest posts. *laughs awkwardly* May I just say I have progressed and improved. My writing wasn’t terrible but it wasn’t … More 300th Post/ Update

Goals For 2021

The New Year is coming in less than twenty days; which means New Year Resolutions are being written. I myself don’t really believe in New Year Resolutions, they have never really worked for me; but I do believe in goal setting, which is what this post is about. I don’t have a ton of goals, … More Goals For 2021

Paul’s Journeys

Saul of Taurius was a Christian persecutor; who was of the witnesses in the stoning of the first martyr, Stephen; who had been charged with blasphemy, after angering the greek-speaking Jews, or the Pharisees. After witnessing this, Saul continued to persecute Christians, and caused them more pain. But on a journey to Damascus his view … More Paul’s Journeys

Which Were the Key Incidents that Led Helen Keller out of Her “Prison”

During this past week I have been reading the autobiography of Helen Keller(1880-1968), who was an author, political activist, and lecturer; who was also deaf and blind. She became deaf and blind at the very young age of nineteen months, after becoming ill with an unknown illness that took her sight and hearing. Before this … More Which Were the Key Incidents that Led Helen Keller out of Her “Prison”

My Christmas List

Hello everyone! With Christmas around the corner, and the holiday festivities beginning, I felt like sharing my Christmas gift list. Yes I know and understand that Christmas is not all about gifts, but because of boredom, I just felt like sharing it. lol The List 1: Makeup I have been using the same makeup for … More My Christmas List

Comparisons Between the Teachings of Christianity and the Early Values of the Greeks and Romans

Christianity and the religion of the Romans and the ancient Greeks was pretty different for some obvious reasons. First of all Christians are monotheists(believe in one God) and the beliefs of the Romans and Greek were polytheistic(the belief in many gods). Before I become too deeply embedded in comparing the two religions, I will get … More Comparisons Between the Teachings of Christianity and the Early Values of the Greeks and Romans