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Events of our lives, My poem. Read More
Listening to each other. My poem Read More
This is a story about Digital Ecology. Inspired by recent articles or essays I read on the site. Perhaps we are all fish, being watched... Read More
If you strongly feel a certain way about something, is it okay to share it with others, even if everyone will disagree with you? As the second week of school approaches for him, Takashi Kinomoto, the transfer student at Chicago High School, must prepare for an argument in which everyone… Read More
I finally finished it! I hope it helps those reading to make an informed, educated decision about kids -- however you choose. Read More
This is a short essay about intelligence. This topic is talked about over and over again. Often, people debate on this topic. What do you think the factors of intelligence depend on more? Read More
No Word War! Can we please have some tea? Read More
Find out how to make a top of the line debate! :) Read More
When I originally wrote this in high school, I tried to be clever with the title so no one would figure out I was addressing global warming and the arguments that tend to spring up around the subject. This isn't a work of activism; it's the only poem I've… Read More
When we debate, discuss and disagree we need to try and do so maturely. Read More

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2nd version of ‘should paparazzi be banned?’ Actuly it is the original one that I trashed. This is not edited so... yeah WHY WAIT WHEN YOU CAN SEE! Read More

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About a guy that has a debate with his conscience about a girl he likes... Read More
It seems that regardless of the topic adults are no longer able to disagree without acting like children. Gone are the days of point and counter point as name calling, insults, and ad hominem attacks have taken their place. Let's grow up and disagree maturely. Read More
"Would you say that a man who takes pleasure in causing pain is less humane than a man who causes pain by pursuing pleasure? Should we call the man who avoids causing pain and therefore abstains from pleasure noble or inhuman?” “Interesting question, Dr. Norton, but I think the answer… Read More
The existence of the Christian God is an easy truth to defend, but far too few Christians have not sufficiently prepared themselves to do so in an efficient manner. As a result many anti-Christians are made to appear more formidable than they actually are, and Christianity less credible than it… Read More
Some thought provoking opinions on the way society handles individual differences Read More
The age old question, a skipped thought the ages, has been answered. Well, not really since they both have pros and cons, which will be mentioned here, in this VERY professional debate between me and myself! With guest star, I! Read More

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This poem was inspired my one of my good friends. Read More
A debate is a valid argument given in support of your point of view: your argument is the set of reasons why your proposal is worth a try. Read More
Jonathan never thought that he would meet Samantha the love of his dreams by this unexpected way this story goes through emotional situations and investigations, can Jonathan's scar be the reason that they fell for each other? how did he get this so special scar? please read, like and comment… Read More
For some reason, when we believers sit down at a computer our personalities can turn nasty. This is particularly true of Christian discussion/debate groups and forums of a similar nature. Read More
An article that considers challenging gender stereotypes through children's reading. Read More
A short essay commemorating the late great Christopher Hitchens. It was written in January 2011, a month after his death, and was originally published on my personal blog 'Pensees'. Read More
This is an editorial about whether to choose the iPhone or the Galaxy. Read it if you are a smart phone lover! Read More
My opinion on what has changed within society, and the reasons why I think that we need to revise our thinking before we fall too far. This is based purely on my own perspective, and I make no claims to speak factually or properly. I would love to hear other… Read More
I take a look into what is the point of life... its not boring here is a sneak peek: We live, we work, we fight for a society that is not our own. We work towards a future in this gated civilization. We are trapped and will never explore beyond… Read More
The old philosophical problem of Theseus’ Ship goes something like this: Theseus sets sail on his ship (ship A). This ship carries replacement parts that are identical to the original ship, enough to make a second ship (ship B). As the journey goes on, Theseus gradually replaces pieces of his… Read More
A conversation between a believer and a nonbeliever, on the topic of "something from nothing". Read More
In this essay I discuss traditional educational values versus Rogerian education values (Carl Rogers) otherwise known as person-centered values, and argue that Carl Rogers, in his book, "A Way of Being," is mistaken on almost every point he makes concerning traditional education. Read More
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