The Claus Legacy

As the Christmas season is upon us, I thought it would be appropriate to share a (fictional) story I wrote for a psychology class I recently took. Unfortunately, since I put more effort into creative imagination rather than strict assignment stipulations, I didn’t get an excellent great, however, I still thought it was good. Enjoy, and Merry Christmas! *Mind the elves’ horrid document keeping (they are chronic hot chocolate drinkers).

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Land of Learning

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Demetrius collected his thoughts and rounded one more corner of the structure.  Because a structure of this grandeur couldn’t be hidden from view, he knew that the only time to make any final observations before the grand unveiling would need to be in the middle of the night.  As his eye lingered on the smooth stone and ornate pillars, his memories wandered to his student days under Aristotal.    Continue reading “Land of Learning”

Endeavors of the Old World

        An exasperating struggle, cruelly resisting into a decade of devaluation of people half a hemisphere away. Eloquent arrogance and procrastination led the culminating evidence upon the parliament old. “The empire that never sets” they were called. Magnificent, representative occupation was their method of reign, and their claim to world power of the day. The foremost in ecclesiastical, governmental, militarist, and technological – heritage of royalty would soon see it’s imperfections by extreme ignorance of authority. It’s global sway of foreign territories astonishes the world to this day, considering the proportionately-insignificant geography.
        The persisting remains of monarchy are perceived more comically in modern circles. “where is the deep, passionate, heroic patriotism of the citizens of nations?” one calls out. “Where are the loyal servants of the one everlasting King in this technologically-advanced age of 21st century Earth?” It is the character then, of individuals, adhering to an absolute Supreme ruler, who rules by consent of the governed: internally and personally. The radical, epic, gargantuan endeavors of the old world can belong to our generation again – if faith we restore as our wholistic lifestyle.