Writing Class Reflection

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I reckon the day when I was in a real hurry to register the classes for the spring semester, which was the very first of mine here at Ole Miss. In the very final day of registration, I had my classes selected and I am very glad that I had been in one of the most perfect Writing Class which I had ever taken in my life. I had never thought writing would be this effective in expressing views and expressions to other people. I knew, though writing is always fun to those who have good grammar and language, but I had always been missing the fact that writing doesn’t always ask for language and grammar when you are deep into the main theme of what you are writing on. I was very much afraid with the starting papers as I had a fear in mind about the …show more content…
The next tag for the reflection here is “Equality”. The article “Conversation With Whale” was one of my next article in which I had tried to mention the life of animals. I find myself being much more natural and animal lover when I go through the reflections. I had mentioned in the same article that people kill animals, particularly whales, for their artificial beauty and decoration; and that they tend to forget how beautiful the animals had made the nature look like. I wonder what would the nature be like if there were no birds chirping outside the windows in an early morning. How boring would that be? Every person wants to hear the birds chirping outside their window in an early morning instead of the vehicles beeping and making a lot of noise. I believe in the fact that every organism on earth should have the equal rights of living their life with no any harms being done. My visions on this topic became much clearer when I got the chance to spend a lot of time in trying to interpret and write the reflections on it. I had never done this kind of extensive research during the process of writing during my high school education. So, it was a much better place for me to explore me

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