Tag Archives: Written Blog Post

Someday You’ll Learn

School has been the most constant part of every student’s daily routine for their entire life. It stresses them out. It makes them worry. But it is a necessity. Children have to be educated in order to be a powerful … Continue reading

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Love, Death, and the Void

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.   I first read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green at the age of eight. Obviously, at that time I read it for the predominant reason of showing off … Continue reading

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Make Me Pretty

When you meet someone, it is likely that the first thing you notice is their face—hair length, eye color, smile, et cetra. But it is their personality, who they are on the inside, that you must become familiar with in … Continue reading

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Stand Up and Stand Strong

It’s 1775, and the colonists are enraged over Britain’s unfair taxation. The book Give Me Liberty—a quote by Patrick Henry that sparked the American Revolution—by L.M. Elliott writes from the view of thirteen-year-old Nathaniel Dunn, who lives a difficult life … Continue reading

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The Ten Dollar Founding Father Without a Father

In 2004, Ron Chernow published a great biography, Alexander Hamilton, on a man most people had never heard of. Some may know him from the genius musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton: An American Musical, which premiered on February 17th, eleven … Continue reading

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Imminent Death

It isn’t rare for your favorite book character to die, especially for avid readers such as myself. It hurts a lot every time, but authors seemingly enjoy killing off their best protagonists. I believe that under the false explanation of … Continue reading

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The Rarest Indian in the World

Different cultures, races, traditions and more exist across the world. They may not understand each other completely and be conflicted, but we can all overcome those differences eventually with an open mind.  There are many themes throughout The Absolutely True … Continue reading

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It’s a Sin to Kill a Mockingbird

If I asked anyone for an incident of human injustice, whether the slaughter of an innocent person or prejudice against a race, they could give me at least one. But, they most likely would not know where a mockingbird could … Continue reading

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Rules of a Mother

Parents of different cultures have different ways of teaching, but one similarity between them all is the unconditional love for their children. All mothers, whether biological or adoptive, play a vital role in her children’s life. They are by their … Continue reading

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