Life Essay Topics

Past Way Of Life

Life in the past was characterized with lots of battles between rival territories. This resulted to the rise of powerful empires and the measure of power during those days was through the number of wars fought. Warriors of those days were called Vikings. Erik the red is one of the renowned warriors of those days…. View Article

Life & Wessex King

Life in the past was characterized with lots of battles between rival territories. This resulted to the rise of powerful empires and the measure of power during those days was through the number of wars fought. Warriors of those days were called Vikings. A Viking also denotes a pirate, merchant or explorer. These Norsemen normally… View Article

How Starbucks Saved My Life

We chose to review the bestselling book called “How Starbucks Saved My Life” by Michael Gill because we thought that it would be a good read, as the title itself was intriguing. The book was quite difficult to find but somehow we managed to chance upon some copies of it. The book was not a… View Article

Life and Sorrow

She folded her hands upon her bosom, this four-year old child of mine and as her breathing became more labored, prayed as I led her: “Jesus. You love little children: help me!” that was at midnight on November 28, 1932. A few minutes later, she had joined the angels and left us in anguish that… View Article

Rhetorical Question

In the story “Nineteen Thirty-Seven” Edwidge Danticat presents Josephine, a Haitian girl who often visits her mother at the Port Au Prince prison. In the process of Josephine’s visits the reader comes to understand that pain surrounds her life. Not only does it surround her life, however, pain is a prominent factor in all of… View Article

Grief Therapy: Nature and application

Introduction             Bereavement is viewed as a normal part of human experience and considered as well as a vital aspect to the human state. Many of those who experience the loss of a loved one receive support and care from significant others and friends. A marginal number of bereaved people face critical and at times… View Article

Their Eyes Were Watching God Quotes

1) Janie, on her gossiping neighbors, stressing the importance of storytelling and oral tradition: “Ah don’t mean to bother wid tellin’ ’em nothin’, Pheoby. ‘Tain’t worth de trouble. You can tell ’em what Ah say if you wants to. Dat’s just de same as me ’cause mah tongue is in mah friend’s mouf” (6). 2)… View Article

Is There a Purpose of Life?

Introduction Between ages, humans have metamorphosed to a different level with plethora of inventions and individual realizations, yet a universally acceptable answer to a prime question like ‘whether there is a purpose of life’ still remains as elusive as it had always been. Even the scientists too evade this question by saying “science can only… View Article

An Analysis of Our Town

Needless to say, Our Town is one of the most popular plays by Thornton Wilder and not for nothing has it won the Pulitzer Prize in 1938. The most significant aspect in Our Town is the representation of the everyday life. Not only does the play explores American values of religion or family, it also… View Article

The Relationship of Spiritual Well-Being and Quality of Life in the Elderly

Palliative care is a rapidly evolving discipline of nursing, where nursing process approach may be utilized in a similar manner as in other areas of nursing. It is to be remembered that nursing process is a systematic approach for planning, documentation, and measurement of outcomes of care that focused on nursing outcomes along with clinical… View Article

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is a short story that deals with the life of a Walter Mitty, a middle-aged, absent-minded man who spends much of his time daydreaming about a fantasy world in which he is at the center of various heroic escapades. During a trip to town with his wife, he dreams… View Article

Chemistry is a Part of Life

For you to understand my personal importance placed on chemistry, you would first need to understand who I am in reference to chemistry. So for starters I am a Christian, second a human, third a survivor, and fourth a biochemist. These parts are what make chemistry personally important. Now that you know who I am… View Article

The Conjurer Made Off with the Dish

Immolating the convention of existentialist literature, Mahfouz confronts the orthodox elucidation of the meaning of life, throwing a boy into predation into metropolitan mayhem struggling to quiet his search for value in the momentary context of one afternoon whilst surviving the hex of unpredictability leading him into utter loss and chaos delved deeper into the… View Article

A Raisin in the Sun

1.When Asagai arrives at the apartment, how does his mood contract with Walter’s and Beneatha’s? He is very positive and is looking toward the future. Walter and Beneatha appear defeated. 2.How has the loss of the money changed Beneatha’s optimism? What does she tell Asagai? What is Asagai’s response? She has given up and admits… View Article

A point in life

I have come to a point in life that many people have not. I have made a firm decision to recommit myself to pursuing my dreams. While there are those who believe that with an ounce of luck and a ton of persistence anything can be accomplished, I believe that there is no reason to… View Article

Comprehensive Life Plan

I spent my high school years dreaming of places I wanted to see, things I wanted to do, and people I wanted to meet. After graduation reality set in and I realized I abused my time in high school, making it difficult for me to transition into adult hood. I thought of what I was… View Article

Everlost by Neal Shusterman

Allie and Nick both die in a car crash. They’re supposed to go towards that light at the end of the tunnel, but they bump into each other and get knocked into a mysterious world between life and death called Everlost. The world is filled with terror, and unexpected twists for the souls that reside… View Article

Psy 375 Senior Interview

1. What is the environment of your home like? Busy, before they got guardianship of their grandson, life was quiet and there was not very much that had to be done around the home. Once their grandson came to live with them at age 3, life became “a buzz” again. “Before our grandson came to… View Article

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Introduction Lifecycle refers to the stages of growth and development of a living thing. All living things go through different stages of development throughout their lives. Change in actions and behaviors are deeply associated with the changes in the stages of life. Butterfly is such an insect, which has a complete lifecycle consisting of four… View Article

Don’t give up on love

Shilpa’s heart was broken by the Khiladi of Bollywood, Akshay Kumar but she never gave up on love. The rumour mills were abuzz about her ‘relationship’ with director Anubhav Sinha, but she firmly denied them. After winning Big Brother, Shilpa went to launch her signature perfume S2 and met Raj occasionally for the launch preparations…. View Article

Loren Eiseley: How Death Became Natural

Loren Eiseley describes how the human quest for certainty has led to consider the death before life. Death was seen as an unnatural thing at the time, especially Christians believed that it was the “Fall from the Garden”(33). Then, Eiseley describes that the concept of death or extinction is a necessary precursor for an evolutionary… View Article

Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock : Representation of Modern Man

Often called the first Modernist poem, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” was published in the prestigious American journal Poetry in June 1915. About the Poem: The poem centers on the feelings and thoughts of the eponymous speaker (the somewhat neurotic Prufrock) as he walks through the streets of London route to meet a… View Article

Pass or Fail Poem

There are many perceptions on the poem Pass/Fail and what it really means. I However, see this poem relating in life in general. There are many quotes in this poem that remind me of the obsticals in life. The way people expect us to fail, and even we dont want to fail it will happen…. View Article

A point in life

I have come to a point in life that many people have not. I have made a firm decision to recommit myself to pursuing my dreams. While there are those who believe that with an ounce of luck and a ton of persistence anything can be accomplished, I believe that there is no reason to… View Article

How a Literary Work Relates to My Own Life

I think everyone can recall their first love. The emotions that one feels when remembering the look, smell, touch and feel of their first love are intense and can bring on incredible feelings of happiness. Finding a first love typically occurs in adolescence when humans have the ability to feel everything so much stronger than… View Article

Someone Special to Me

Abstract The heart is very sensitive and locks in the things that are the closest to it. The feelings and emotions are all within the heart which brings about either hate or love. Everyone should have someone or something that is very special to them. My Life, My World, My Daughter Erynn Who is that… View Article

Balance of a Busy Life

The average American has a million things on their plate. Many of them are full time student, parents and hold a job. From personal experience I can tell you that balancing school, a job and my personal life is no walk in the park. With all the things that are going on in your life,… View Article

Trash in My Life

Every person is guilty of contributing to the local landfill and I am no exception to this. As all people are responsible for deadline with wastes and creating such, I often find myself a part of it as most of my trash has to do with paper in some form. Every time I go to… View Article

What Freedom Means to Me

Freedom- the ability to be able to do whatever you please. The right that we Americans are fortunate enough to possess and use in our everyday lives. Freedom has transformed lives, and formed others. Because of the freedom we have in the United States, our lives are significantly better than of those in other, more… View Article

What Matters Most to You and Why?

I must confess that, until I read this application question, I had never given much thought to determining exactly what I consider most important in my life. I believe I am one of many applicants who confront this question without a ready-made answer, and I am astonished by the realization that so many of us… View Article