Learn how the world may look like in 100 years, in terms of the environment, human society, and technologically.
An analysis of hidden intentions and true meanings behind actions in William Shakespeare's Macbeth.
A question that baffles me for some times. What is it about the human psyche that allows this to propagate?
As a writer and a thinker, I offer this musing as I ask the questions: is it really possible to help others in the most important way or must we only help and hope?
Sometimes you have a brief chance encounter with someone, but it makes a lasting, even life-changing, impression. This story is about the time I “almost met” an elderly gentleman in the supermarket.
The essay is a reflection that I had after reading the book "Complications" by Atul Gawande. I related the book to my fear of hospitals and poor judgement that both plagued me for years.
A short final essay analyzing characters of William Golding's novel, "The Lord of the Flies".
An essay about how being too absorbed by one's physical appearance can cause one to be tricked by the beauty they see instead of seeing the person for who they are.
This is an account of what the average shopping day in town is like for my wife and I (a non-average couple). What most people give little thought to for us can be quite a challenging experience.
There are many differences between amateur detective fiction and hard boiled detective fiction.