Thought Essay Topics

Parrot in a Cage

There was a tall, middle-aged man with burning black eyes standing at the gate of the narrator. The man was to sell his two parrots in a cage. The writer’s three years old son was highly fascinated by the very little parrots that were jumping and perching on a bar inside the cage. The man… View Article

Adventure Gone Wrong

When I was a child there was nothing more I loved then creating an adventure within my own backyard and mind. I pretended to navigate through the woods as Sacajawea did when she traveled thousands of miles with the expedition of Lewis and Clark. My favorite adventures included abandon hunting shacks or forts in the… View Article

Bad Habit ? Throw It Away

We all know, in each and everyone of us, we have a certain bad habit that is particularly damaging to others (or maybe to others). We also know that we’re capable of stopping them, but often we create reasons that hinders us from ridding ourselves from the bad habits. Why should you do it in… View Article

Inspector Calls

Erics character and his function within In an Inspector Calls Priestley aims to show that all actions have repercussions. He also tells us that charity isn’t always good charity unless it is thoughtful and helps someone as it can often just leave people in a worse off position. Eric helps Priestley to achieve this aim… View Article

Should a Covicted Felon Have the Right to Vote

I think a convicted felon should have the right to vote after they spend their sentence in prison and finish with parole. I will give you three reasons why they should. My first reason is they are citizens like us and they might not be guilty. My second reason is ever though there not out… View Article

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night

Sam Hickory February 17, 2010 Hum/Eng.9 The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time In the novel, the voice of Christopher is important because if it was told from a different perspective it would be difficult to understand what goes on in Christopher’s mind and what the traits of a person with autism are…. View Article

Aphorisms in Tuesdays with Morrie

“Accept what you are able to do and what you are not able to do.” (Albom 18) is the first and one of the most major aphorisms in Tuesdays with Morrie. I believe Morrie is speaking about recognizing your strengths, and not focusing so much on your weaknesses. He means, as he said, to “accept”… View Article

Week One Individual Assignment

Define free will, truth, knowledge, and opinion. Explain how we use them to form thoughts. “Free will is the capacity to respond in ways that oppose even the strongest influences. Free will is itself a causative factor, and one that can trump all others” (Ruggiero, 2019, p. 37). We all have a choice in any… View Article

Catcher Quotes

1. Alienation Holden was explaining how he left the fencing gear back on the subway in New York. They team ostracized him the whole way back showing that he is a bit of an outcast. He tries to cover his feelings up by saying it was funny, but he really is hurt by this.| I… View Article

Success Is An Option I Choose

It is possible to be born into a successful family, but it is not possible to be born successful. The responsibility of being successful falls greatly upon me as an individual. While others can give an opinion, theory, or share their beliefs it is ultimately up to me to make my own decisions. At most… View Article

Human and Disturbed Young Member

I do so loathe writing essays, especially a descriptive one, but for the grade I’ll just have do it. The topic I chose to write about as you read in the title is myself. To describe how I am and the way I am should prove an easy task. To explain why I am this… View Article

Knott’s Berry Farm: The Best Amusement Park

One of the best amusement parks in California is Knotts Berry Farm. If you want thrills and chills at the same time, this is the place to be. There are many different varieties of rides, such as, water rides, very high rides, and very low rides. While being at Knotts Berry Farm you will think,… View Article

Marginal Places

Living in today’s judging world you can never do whatever you want without people judging. You can’t really be free like a bird and just spend the whole day doing nothing useful and productive like what Frazier did as a child in “the woods”. “The woods” was Frazier and his friends part­time address, destination, purpose,… View Article

Relating Thoughts to Language

Language is defined to be words that are used in a structured way so that it could be used as a way of communication between people. It can be spoken, written or even understood through body gestures. Thoughts on the other hand, are the things that runs in a person’s mind. Our thoughts and ideas… View Article

Leadership Interview

Leaders-like can be found everywhere but effective leaders are going extinction. Yes, in this world, where people are able to express their own ideas, anyone can be chosen as a leader because he or she possesses a certain characteristics that resembles a leader – outspoken, intelligent, or the ability to express ideas in a single… View Article

Losing a Loved One

Losing a loved one is like having the rug swept from under you. We make plans for the day, and do not think twice about how those plans can be taken away in the blink of an eye. I never thought much about it myself, until I was faced with the shock, and undeniable truth… View Article

Blooms Taxonomy Pyramid

I Actually found one verb that was present on the planning pyramid’s unit planning form. Compare and contrast weather and erosion actually had the compare verb for the Bloom’s analyzing. The other verbs include: Remembering- rocks and basic components of a basic type that are of the earth’s surface. Understanding- the way the earth looked… View Article

Gender stereotypes

According to the oxford dictionary the definition of stereotype is “ A widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing”. Everyone has a preconceived notion about a ‘MAN’ and a ‘WOMEN’, a man’s work or women’s work, the characteristic ways in which a man or a… View Article

A Cop’s Life

I use to dream of being a cop , Its really tempting for most of the kids when they see someone in uniform, zooming through the streets in a cruiser with flashing lights .I always thought that to be cop all it takes is a good built and a brave heart .I am sure even… View Article

Black people

Most people that hear the word prejudice automatically think of racism and people that have a black skin color. However, the skin color is just a little part of prejudice as there are many other prejudice against gender, age and religion. There have always been a group of people, blacks, jews or another minority group,… View Article

Person I Admire Most

When asked “Whom do you most admire in this world”, I do not need to look at large political figures, or athletes, nor anyone else society sets so high above the rest of us. For me, the person I admire most is much closer to home. While Mother may be God on the lips of… View Article

A Monologue for Love

What becomes of the broken hearted? Nothing. You think you know love — then that love turns out to be an egotistical self-involved bastard who’s no braver than the house mouse living in your walls waiting ’til you least expect it. I’ve made mistakes before. But nothing compares to the ones made with him. The… View Article

Macklemore Analizying

Reader Response: When first hearing the song I thought nothing of what the real meaning was. I just listened to it and thought it was catchy. But looking at it closer I actually listened to the lyrics and I saw a message we live with every day, this message being about consumerism. 1. When he… View Article

Psychology and Emotions

Famous Film Critic Roger Ebert has said “Your intellect may be confused, but your emotions will never lie to you.”. Honorable members of the jury, respected teachers and my dear friends …A very pleasant good morning to one and all! Today I stand before you to speak for the motion on the topic “MAN IS… View Article

Homework Over Break

As I sit here, writing this essay, I cannot help but think, what a mundane break it would have been if I had no homework to do. In fact, break should not be called break, if each and every student is not assigned some kind of exciting, thrilling school work to take home to do… View Article

Reflective listening

Reflective listening is a great way in overcoming barriers to communication, this because this strategy can help in keeping the cycle of communication going and showing interest in what a client has to say, this is also a good way of build self esteem needs in clients, this is because it can show the professional… View Article

The Hands Of The Blacks


The downfall

The cold pouring rain had finally stopped. The man who several years ago were used to be Winston Smith was walking down the narrow street closely to his apartment in Victory Mansions. It was the year 1989, or at least he thought so. It has been raining for days, or even weeks, it doesn’t matter…. View Article

Thinking through the literature

After reading The Letter From Sullivan Ballou i noticed that it was quite similar to An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge. Both had something to do with the love the men felt for their wives and the reality of knowing that they might be dead soon. This story and letter have the same meaning but… View Article

The Kid Who Changed My Life

It’s a typical Thursday night; I’m getting ready to check in the kids to their respective classrooms. Today is my turn to work in the gym; everyone that has worked with me before in the children’s department doesn’t really like the gym. It might be because the little boys that we work with are just… View Article