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By Hanna Nicol
From the day we are born our lives are planned and structured by a set of pre-determined expectations that society expects us to fulfil. Go to school, graduate, go to university, graduate, get a job, pay the rent, buy a car, get married, have kids, buy a house, pay your mortgage, retire...and...
Shawn Pascovich, seventh son of Astral Pascovich is content with his life and wanted to stay away from his family but the Enchanter's death caused conflict all around the magic realm and Shawn has no choice but to lean in with his family that he though never cared as they try to survive each...
This is a poem about how societal
A reminiscence on a life a foreign student had during his years spent in a UK University.
A story of a human and an alien, both undergraduates sharing a boarding room.
Short Story | Updated Nov 1, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Not one of my best works, I must admit.
Miscellaneous | Updated May 2, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Silver Wings
I wrote this reflecting on my life and the expectationsof my family that I must be successful and climb the corportae ladder. I however have other ideas and think that life is becoming one of corporate clones and that we as a race are forgetting there is fun out there! We are so consumed with...
Non Beingâ€™s Positive Side Chap 6 Being What Is Not (I Self) While Not Being What Is (Me Self). What makes humans unique is that they have selves, an I-self and me-self. The origin of meaning can be traced to the intermingling of these selves in the I/me couplet. The human capacity...
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and...
This is a poem that I wrote during my sociology mock. It's about the state of the world today.