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Some condensed thoughts I have been mulling over of late regarding the gun-debate. Read More
I wanted to share some recent thoughts that I had over a strategy that has benefited me greatly when it comes to writing more. Read More
Are YOU tired of your day-to-day? Are YOU despondent, despaired, or even destructive in your surroundings? Do you think you would be better served FEEDING an alien microbe organism as it reconstructs your body from the inside out for it's own purposes? Look no further than this SIMPLE, EASY guide… Read More
Some thoughts, though probably shallow, that seem to have helped me along in recent times. Read More
An essay in which I aim to succinctly lay out my thoughts on why there is no god(s). A controversial matter, I am sure, however this essay concerns itself with the human aspects of belief regarding whether there is a god or not, and not so much whether it is… Read More
An essay regarding my artistic vision for myself, an attempt to explain and explore some of the eccentricities to be found in my writing. Read More
A reflective piece on my experiences with depression. It's been a long, hard path to walk, but I think through the hardship I've learned to understand my own mind better. Read More
A quote from my great-grandfather spurred a whirlwind of thoughts in my head regarding the benefits of knowledge and the different kinds of ignorance we choose/have to live with. Read More
I thought I would pen down some thoughts I had about my experiences with learning various languages, but with the intent of keeping it brief and focusing on how it has benefited me. Read More
Of late I have been pondering over the matter regarding the taboos in the English language, how they have changed, and how it affects how we relate to one another. Read More
A brief argument piece in opposition to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Read More
An essay comparing the actions of Nixon, Johnson, and Reagan, regarding economics, welfare, and more. (Written for a US history course). Read More
A rhetorical analysis of the character Catherine Morland in Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey (written for a school assignment). Read More

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An analysis of the Nautilus' role as a home or, comparatively, a prison-like environment, in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, as well as a dive into Captain Nemo's character. Read More

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Cover pic: photograph I took of the Australian bush ... define:essay Certainly not this. ... But who cares? Certainly not me. ... Did you ever hear something so stupid, that the only way you could respond short of physical violence was by furiously vomiting vitriol? Yeah, this is that in… Read More
Let’s just call it an essay, though. Or a verbose monologue. A pretentious slur of nonsense, perhaps. A petty take. Take your pick or make one up yourself! This is a comment I left on an essay of a prolific writer whom seldom responds to my comments and yet I… Read More

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I just read Alexander Byrne’s essay entitled “The Elements that Maketh the Writer.” He delves deep into his soul and successfully and absorbingly explains his creative drive, and the “demons and angels” within him that push and pull, and finally succeed, where sometimes the sense of the creative process slows… Read More

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November 29, 2021

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An expository essay written by Maandeep Kaur Sidhu Read More
The following was composed originally in letter format, and at times may read like so. It has been altered slightly for the purposes of this essay, and to fit the reason for its publishing. Every now and then, while perusing articles and other works in defense of Christianity, I come… Read More
My TPECPEC on the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. Read More
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