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Aneliese

My name is Aneliese and I am a freshman at Okemos High School near Lansing, MI. I enjoy writing and reading, especially that of poetry and fiction about existential topics and exploring the realms of impossibility. I wonder what our place on Earth is and how something so infinitesimally small as my life can change the lives of those around me. I wonder how some some people can be so oblivious to the oblivion and whether ignorance really is bliss. When will I be happy with myself when it seems that I bury myself in mistakes? What does the future hold for me, when future is always tentative and never set in stone? What is my true place among the others in this world? Will my thirst for knowledge and adventure ever cease? (Hopefully not.) How can I change the world and the future of those around me for the better? Is there a medium between spirituality and atheism other than agnosticism and how does this basis of belief change lives for the better or worse? Is there a higher power, as in fate, or is the world as random as we deem it to be? Why do humans and animals alike always have the instinct to turn to violence? What will the world look like centuries from now when all it seems is that we are running it into the ground? How do we know that we exist in this very present, or that all who have existed before us are complete fact? Although much of these questions can only be guessed at and can have no basis on truth, I hope to explore all of these and more in the coming year.

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Bill Nye: the Mad Scientist Archetype | There's no denying that Bill Nye had a huge influence on children and teen's of today. Just ask any American child of his name, and you will get an immediate recollection, perhaps even the chorus of... Added on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 - 06:59, with
Animal Welfare Piktochart | http://magic.piktochart.com/output/14111248-animal-welfare Added on Sunday, May 29, 2016 - 15:26, with
The Warmth of Other Suns Blog Post | “The Great Migration: The African American Exodus from The South” by Dan Kopf tells factual details about the mass migration of blacks to Northern America during the 19th and 20th centuries. With... Added on Friday, March 25, 2016 - 07:05, with
Culture | It is said that culture surrounds us, but no one has ever voiced that the reason we see it everywhere is because we view it with the same eye that sees culture within ourselves. Culture is perhaps... Added on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 - 06:47, with
The Exploration of Atticus Finch | The Exploration of Atticus Finch Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel written about the life of a child during the southern Great Depression, and presents a variety of characters that... Added on Friday, February 19, 2016 - 07:37, with
Life of Pi Author Letter | I am sure that many have read or at least watched the movie, Life of Pi. If you haven’t, I highly recommend you do so, but for those who have, you know the unanswered question the book leaves.... Added on Friday, January 8, 2016 - 12:49, with
Bailey Walker: A Eulogy (Independent Reading Project for The Sky is Everywhere) | Context: Lennie helped write her sister Bailey’s eulogy for her funeral, but found little interest in sharing in it her true feelings about the death of her sister. Given her tendency to write poems... Added on Friday, November 13, 2015 - 13:13, with
Aneliese | Aneliese, the misspelling of a misspelling, a “can you repeat that?”, a mistake as a first impression. Aneliese, the product of two names; the first of its kind, she lives up to no one but her own... Added on Thursday, October 15, 2015 - 12:11, with 3 comment(s)
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Kylie | It's funny how when she was little, she was... 50 weeks 4 days ago in response to Coming of Age and Angst Teenager Archetype
Warmth of Other Suns reply | I find it amazing that The Warmth of Other Suns... 1 year 9 weeks ago in response to The Warmth of Other Suns Blog Post
I'm Sorry | I'm sorry that such a wonderful girl like you has... 1 year 14 weeks ago in response to Pops
Racism Then and Now | This piece is incredibly eye-opening and awakens... 1 year 14 weeks ago in response to Racism Then and Now
| This book sounds very intriguing, and the... 1 year 19 weeks ago in response to 1984 Book Talk
Interesante | This book sounds very intriguing, and it's depth... 1 year 19 weeks ago in response to The Girl on The Train By Paula Hawkins