Evaluating Writing Services:

By |June 9th, 2019|

These days, there are so many online writing services offering their allegedly first-rate help to clueless students that any choice between them is done more or less at random. If you want to select a company based on meaningful factors, you have to do your homework and study reviews posted by independent sources. This article is one such review – we take a closer look at, a rather popular writing agency, and try to decide if it is worth your patronage.

Originality and Plagiarism

The first thing that bothers any student hiring somebody to write an essay for him/her is whether […]

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By |April 16th, 2019|

It is a tragedy of today’s life that we judge people on appearances. Good looks have become an important criterion in today’s world for standing up to any expectation. Poverty and appearance are two factors that serve as the greatest hindrance in a person’s success. Your body often overshadows your mind. Most people associate a person with their physical bodies. It does not matter to anyone what’s happening in your life as far as your body appears healthy and fine. But in reality, a human is much more than a piece of bone. More than on bones, humans rely on […]


How Do People Justify War

By |February 28th, 2019|

The phenomena of war are as old as this world. There would be no place on earth where no war has been fought ever. The extent of the war may vary from place to place but it is something inevitable as history has shown.  As biologist E.O Wilson says, ‘Human evolution has been defined by conflict’. Humans are always hungry by nature. They are always seen running behind more and more and when they can’t get it through negotiation and possible solutions, they restore to violence. As long as there is life, there are clashes.

Although war is inevitable, […]

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Brains, Like Hearts, Go Where They Are Appreciated

By |January 29th, 2019|

Stephen R. Covey once beautifully wrote;

“Treat a man as he is and he will remain as he is. Treat a man as he can and should be and he will become as he can and should be.”

This is the hard reality of life that man forgets bad experiences sooner or later but not bad words. Words hold such a power that leaves a long-lasting effect on the listener. If they are good, they will motivate the person to do more and if they are bad they will make him think over it for hours and months or years. In […]

Dreams For Future Rely on the Work of Today

By |November 3rd, 2018|

There is this famous proverb: ‘You reap what you sow’

The proverb simply states the fact of life that you sooner or later meet the consequences of what you do; you don’t study-you fail, you sin- you get punished, etc. There will be many things in life that we attain without striving for them.  For example, many times students get passed without studying, people get a job without preparing for the interview and a greater reward for little work. And in most of the cases, we define these happenings as ‘luck’.

There are two kinds of people present in this world; […]

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Are Modern Wars Not Holy?

By |September 23rd, 2018|

Political Scientist Bruce D. Porter once said, ‘State makes War but War also makes State’.

The phenomenon of war is not something new but it has always remained a part of this world. Almost all the countries present on this planet earth today are the result of some kind of wars. Some wars were fought specifically for a religion like the Islamic Wars. From the period of Muhammad and the early days of Islam, numbers of wars were fought for the sake of Islam. Similarly, Crusades also serves as a good example of a holy war. For centuries, Muslims and Christians […]

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Money Obscures Reason and Justice

By |August 8th, 2018|

In the list of many things without which men cannot live today in this progressive world, money clearly takes the lead. Technology might have made life easier but, on the same hand, the world is becoming far too expensive with it. The world is progressing with each passing moment but ironically humans are struggling to live a peaceful life.

A person’s lifestyle, desires, respect, and opportunities, everything is linked to the amount of money he owns. If you pay close attention to reality, money nowadays has become the key that can open every gate for you.

The richer you are, […]

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Is Preparedness For War Essential For Preserving Peace?

By |July 21st, 2018|

George Washington once said,

     ‘To be prepared for war is one of the most effective means of preserving peace’

In this 21st century peace, clearly, has emerged out as one of the most wanted things. Every single person out in the world desire for peace as it brings prosperity and stability. Be it about financial stability, economic prosperity, regional happiness, or an individual’s thriving, nothing can be achieved without peace. America is a financially prosperous rich county but the disharmony among the people of different skins and religion make the country less peaceful. The political instability, ignorant leaders, […]

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One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure

By |July 12th, 2018|

Stanley Diamond once beautifully wrote, ‘What is beautiful today maybe an embarrassment tomorrow’.

This saying is true in every essence as it points towards reality. The world, in which we live, has never been perpetual. World moves, people change and so do their minds. Every individual in the world thinks differently and that is one meaning of this essay’s topic: ‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’.

Every person holds a different meaning of beauty. Some things that seem beautiful to one may be considered horrible by the other. Even the choices of humans change over time.

Let’s study a simple […]

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Too Much Freedom Is Unhealthy

By |July 8th, 2018|

No matter who you are or where you are from, if you ever get to read or listen to the speeches of your nation’s founders and historians, you will get to hear one word for sure: freedom.   The demand for freedom is not new or modern but it has interlaced with the world’s history for centuries. For example, if you turn back to the 18th century-the time of the French Revolution, you will remember the motto of the French Republic, ‘Liberty, Equality and Fraternity’. By liberty, the French meant freedom for their nation. And if we take a recent example […]

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