Category: Essays Examples

Best Way to Take Notes in Class

By Bhalachandra Sahaj Here are several tips for taking notes while class is in session: 1. Pay attention (and how). Okay, this is kind of obvious, but even one second of inattention can spoil the note-taking process. You can miss a crucial point and write less important points instead. To keep your attention, instead of…
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Harmful Video Games

Video games are perhaps the most popular and widespread form of entertainment at present. Companies that develop video games earn billions of dollars and constantly invest in research aimed to make virtual reality look like reality. Their products become more and more sophisticated, and they attract a wide audience. However, despite all the joy that…
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My Favorite Teacher

By Nicholas Klacsanzky I have had many teachers in my life in an academic sense, a personal sense, and a spiritual sense. To me, the most important teacher in my life has been a spiritual teacher: Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Even though I did not see her in person that many times and did not…
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Some Movies for Fun and Inspiration

By Bhalachandra Sahaj The middle of November is the right time to finally start getting out of autumn blues, sort life out, and dedicate some time to yourself. Ahead is Christmas, New Year’s celebrations, and the first snow; behind, long cold rainy days filled with routine and melancholy. That’s something to feel happy about! To…
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The Phenomenon of Women’s Bodybuilding

Muscular women cannot be considered a new phenomenon. Ancient myths tell us about the Amazons—female warriors who inhabited the wilderness and who used to kill every male child born in their community. They were known as perfect fighters and archers; in order to be capable of competing with men in warfare and physical strength, Amazons…
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The Gravitational Field

Given that fields of force are real, how do we define, measure, and calculate them? A fruitful metaphor will be the wind patterns experienced by a sailing ship. Wherever the ship goes, it will feel a certain amount of force from the wind, and that force will be in a certain direction. The weather is…
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Is Humanity Alone in the Universe? Unlikely.

The debates about whether sentient life is a unique phenomenon in our universe or not has lasted decades. From dogmatic beliefs about humanity having been created by a deity, public opinion has mostly moved to a more flexible, diverse outlook. Since it became known that there is life out there, experts have mostly debated about…
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Kairo (Pulse)

Perhaps no other country has produced as many horror movies as the United States—and no other country can call itself the motherland of the most iconic horror characters: Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Alien, Leatherface, Michael Myers—the names many of us know from childhood. At the same time, this long tradition has caused a stagnation; American…
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Stephen King’s Quotes on Writing

By Nicholas Klacsanzky Hi everyone! Have you ever read “The Langorier” or “Thinner” or maybe “Crouch-End” or “The Twilight Zone?” (please do not confuse it with the “Twilight” saga). Even if you haven’t, you must have heard the name of their author, Stephen King. He is an amazing figure in contemporary literature, a super-productive writer,…
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“Roles of Sensitive Men” by Gerald Thompson

The article “Roles of Sensitive Men” by Gerald Thompson that appeared in the magazine The Watcher can be said to be an extended argument with gaping holes. Thompson presents sensitive men as the new gatekeepers of the future, the ones that will lead the most influential companies and make the greatest mark in the field of…
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