Question: What can I write about in my ten-minute essays?
Answer: Write on any topic you choose. Below are hundreds of possible topics (continued).
half-truths; handicaps; handwriting; happiness; hatred; health; heaven; hell; heresy and orthodoxy; hero and heroism; history; Holocaust; honor; hope; horsemanship; humanity; humility; humor; hunting; hypocrisy; idealism; ideas; ideology; idleness; illness; illusion; imagination; immortality; Indian summer; individuality; inequity; influence; information; inhibitions; inhumanity; innocence; innovate; instinct; institution; insult; intellectuals; intelligence; interaction; internationalism; Internet; interview; intolerance; intoxication; introversion; introvert, extrovert; irony; isolation; itching and scratching; jail; Japanese-Americans; jargon; jealousy; journal; journalism joy; Judaism; jury; justice; kin; king; knitting; knowledge; labor; lake; landslide; language; lava; law; leadership; learning; legend; legislating; letter to the editor; liberalism; liberty; libraries; life; lifestyle; limitations; Lincoln; listening; literacy; literary analysis; literary criticism; literature; logic; loneliness; love; lying; machines; majority; manners; marching; marriage; Martin Luther King; martyr; mask; mass movements; mathematics; maturity; media; medicine; meditation.
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All the best. RayS.