Love Moderately

In Act 2, Scene 6, just before Friar Lawrence marries Romeo and Juliet, he gives them some advice about how they should love each other. Jul [...]

True Love

Romeo, love-sick for Rosaline, is comforted by his friend Benvolio. Capulet tells Paris that he may not marry his daughter Juliet until she [...]

Should Schools Still Teach Shakespeare

Maybe schools should still teach Shakespeare because it could help students think about questions and ideas. California requires Shakespeare [...]

What I Learned About People

We human beings have a keen interest in observing and learning about one another—an interest that psychologists now trace back to our evol [...]

What I Don’t Know About The People in this Class

Although it may seem absurd, I barely know the people in my English class. But every day, I always sit next to my buddies Zayd Omar, and Lev [...]

Work Will Work When Wishy Washy Wishing Will Not

Next Monday will be the start of the last term of the school year. Which means summer is almost here and Viking Time will begin next Tuesday [...]

What Makes a Person Great?

As I’ve read To Kill a Mockingbird, I’ve seen a great example in Atticus of a great person. When I read the poem “If,̶ [...]


It would not be much of a stretch to say that “hate” is almost always the lead story on the evening news, and the demonetization of othe [...]

Good Stuff – To Kill a Mockingbird

“If there’s just one kind of folks, why can’t they get along with each other? If they’re all alike, why do they go o [...]

An Authority on Courage – Muhammad, Prophet of Allah

عندما كنت في السادسة من عمره، كنت يتيما ليس لديه أي حل وسط. ولدت في الفقر. لقد [...]
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