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    State-Funded Coal Industries: India NEEDS Climate Justice

    Achieving climatic normalcy is not impossible, especially with a country that has resources like India. We need climate action, and we need it now. If through the constant filing of petitions and strikes, the people of India can convince the government to use the profits generated from Coal India to produce renewable energy, in 4 years, almost every household in India can have electricity generated from a renewable source of energy.

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    Gun Violence: The American Nightmare

    In the long run, continual deaths due to gun-violence could lead to emigration, low employment rates, illiteracy and poverty, fuelling nothing but undeserved supremacy. These issues could outvalue the NRA’s funding to law-makers, because, one way, or another, the American citizens will get what they deserve, life.

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    Breaking the Facade: Abortion Bans

    I may live across the world from Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana, but that does not mean that these abortion bans do not affect me, and every other woman in the world. What conservative law-makers intend to do through criminalizing something that ideally should be a woman’s right, is that they are permanently casting away women's rights, stagnating any progress and trying to create general disagreement among the people of the nation they have sworn to uplift. 

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    Brighton

    The prospects of Romanticism, particularly poetry, have always animated me because someone's unconditioned ability to write about themes such as nature so subjectively is overwhelming. I could never quite discern how they did it so effortlessly, see the extraordinary in the ordinary. Today, as I sit on the cliff of the first of the seven sisters in Brighton, I understand it. 

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    Siesta

    Two weeks of examinations. They ended today. Strenuous, exhausting, killing, agonizing – the feelings felt by my fellow classmates and I cannot take apt expression in words. We’ve turned into animals, at least those of us that like to take it the Bill Gates way and leave all the studying for the weekend before. Anybody who has been through schooling can probably understand this while simultaneously cringing – there’s two kinds of people you find on the day exams get over – the kind that goes out with friends and parties, and then there’s my kind. The bus ride home today was a remarkable test of my patience, and much…

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    The Flower That Smiles Today

    'Mutability II' also known as, 'The Flower That Smiles Today,' is a poem with the ability to drown you in a sea of meaning and profoundness. My perspective on a poem that possesses the uncanny ability to make you question life in itself.

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    Coleridge

    'Time, Real and Imaginary', an allegory by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. An intriguing piece, whose mere 11 lines manage to capture profound thought and wit. This post comprises my views on it, compiled in a brief fashion.

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    Alleviation

    A person’s beauty in somebody else’s eyes, in my opinion, is rather transient. You think a person is beautiful, they stay in your mind for a day, two days, a week, a month, but then they are just gone. The beauty of nature, on the other hand, appears to be perpetual. The grandeur and magnificence of nature, that is embedded in one’s heart, and the images of nature witnessed by someone linger somewhere in their mind at all times. They say nature has the power to heal. I could not agree more. It is unexplainable, how nature can comfort someone, without touch, without words. It is far beyond any human…

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    Revolution

    When I was younger, my bedtime would be at 9:30. I would be tucked in bed by 9:30, asleep by 10:00, with just about eight and a half hours of sleep before school. Sleeping after 11 o’clock would make me feel like I was breaking a rule or doing something very erroneous. I am fourteen years old today, and I am up at precisely 12:48 AM writing this. So it is quite blatant, a lot has changed. What was once considered by me as something so savage, to never be done is now a habitual aspect of my life. When you ponder over it for a while, you come to…