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    Tree for Thought

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    Tree for Thought On a winding hillside along Birch Lake, various trees and organic landscapes hide my sacred place. It is located in the backyard of my grandparents’ house. To the average outsider, it is just another pine tree growing among piles of leaves and pine needles that blanket a grassy hill leading down to the lake. In my world, it was a place where I could lie at an acute angle and visit a tree I gave life to. I still remember the smell of the freshly baked bread my grandmother made

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    The Power of Thought

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    challenges going into J. E. Richards Middle School. Rigor wasn’t the challenge that Philip faced, but it was his work ethic. School wasn’t a challenge for him, so all throughout elementary school, Philip lack a sense of competition. He’d never even thought about studying. Moving into middle school, he experienced things that he’d never experienced in elementary school. There were many people who made better grades than him. He still made all A’s so he was fine with this. He remained in the mindset that

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    Food for Thought

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    Food for Thought Look at almost any health statistic comparing the United States with the rest of the world, and you’ll see that we are disease ridden, overweight, and hyped up on sugar. It doesn’t take much time to realize that our unhealthy habits aren’t just a problem for adults, but that the childhood obesity rates as well as childhood diabetes rates are on the rise. In my opinion, this has a lot to do with what we are serving in public school cafeterias across the nation. On the website Fed

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    Thought Experiments

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    To understand thought experiments the various ideas surrounding the philosophical method must be understood. The connection between the related concepts of logical possibility, causal possibility and conceivability are among the basics which create the foundation for determining the creation and interpretation of a hypothesis that is being analyzed within a thought experiment. Logical possibility is an occurrence that can be present itself so long as the event does not infringe upon the laws of logic

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    Christian Thoughts

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    LONG AGO, or maybe not so long ago, there was a tribe in a dark, cold cavern. The cave dwellers would huddle together and cry against the chill. Loud and long they wailed. It was all they did. It was all they knew to do. The sounds in the cave were mournful, but the people didn’t know it, for had never known life. But then, one day, they heard a different voice. “I have heard your cries,” it announced. “I have felt your chill and seen your darkness. I have come to help.” The cave people grew quiet

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    Deep in Thought

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    She is living in a sixties style bungalow which was far too big for her as she only uses about two of the rooms; one for sleeping in and one for eating and watching television. I thought I’d walk to my grandma’s house, as she would be lonely and scared. As I stepped out my front door, locking it behind me I thought, “I must be careful where I stand as the ice is thick and deep.” I walked cautiously out of the street making sure I was steady on my feet and wasn’t going to fall. I was wrapped

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    Evolution of Thought

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    Evolution of Thought It is interesting to contemplate a tangled bank, clothed with many plants of many kinds, with birds singing on the bushes, with various insects flitting about, and with worms crawling through the damp earth, and to reflect that these elaborately constructed forms, so different from each other, and dependent upon each other in so complex a manner, have all been produced by laws acting around us. –Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species I knew very little about and did not

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    The Thoughts of a Writer

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    Ernest Hemingway portrays many of his views through the characters in his stories. Hemingway has found a way to deliver many different themes in his writing. He includes personal experiences, thoughts and opinions to convey his way of thinking to the reader. Hemingway's writing can be interpreted in many ways, but as countless readers have observed, Ernest Hemingway is a sexist. Hemingway is viewed as a sexist because of the way he writes about women. His writing makes the reader believe that Hemingway

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    Exerting Thought

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    revolutionary idea for something can come after decades of fruitless labor, or as a spark in the middle of the night. There is also the possibility, more often in case one, that an idea can be received poorly, shunned, and ridiculed. The force of the thoughts of one’s peers can crush an idea in an instant, like a pallet of bricks falling gracelessly upon a small dog. This comes in part from the fact that, to the outside, one’s mental exertions are hidden. The end result may not be the wanted, or

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    Gears for Thought

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    fellow soldier, “What’s left, Anya? What have we got left now?” He finally realizes that all of the actions made by himself may not have fully paid off. Although he helped win the war, it was at the cost of his dearest friends and family. So in final thought; we cannot make the same mistakes that have been made before, we need to pay attention and be aware of what else is going on. If we choose to be ignorant and forgetful, we will only cause us and the rest of the world harm.

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