PJHS Conclusion Examples

Something Beautiful Essays:

        Sometimes it is hard in our busy lives to find the beauty, but if we take the time to think there are beautiful things everywhere you look. Families,our favorite vacation place, books, a butterflies wings, the buzz of a bumble bee, the song of a bird, the blue blue sky, the smell of flowers, and a childs first laugh. Beautiful things are all around us. Just take a minute to think of all the wonderful things on this earth that make it so beautiful. The earth is covered with beauty if we take time to just simply look.

        When the bus pulls up to my bus stop, I walk down the skinny, narrow aisle, and tell the bus driver thank you for taking me home. I walk down the steps of the old bus, and start towards my house. I make my way up the gorgeous, fluffy, green grass, guiding me to the front of my house. I walk swiftly to my front porch, and the gorgeous pink and purple flowers catch my eye. I notice the yellow bumble bee collection its nectar. I open my giant wooden front door, and rush inside to tell my mom about my day, and how beautiful it was.

        These things only scratch the surface of the word beautiful. The word beautiful has too much depth to be contained in a simple definition. It leaks out of every pore on this Earth, every person, every planet, everything. Because there are so many things that are beautiful. Everything has beauty, even if it’s hidden and no one ever finds it. It’s here, and it’s Beautiful.

There are countless ways that basketball is beautiful to me, as there is to anyone who thinks anything is beautiful. As I keep playing it throughout my life, I will find more and more things about it. For now, I think the beautiful things are the ball, the shoes, learning to win and to lose, being a team player and just playing the game.

        I have  discovered some things that are beautiful--but I can’t decide what is the most beautiful. The world in general has beauty all around, though not everything is beautiful. I can try to see the good in everything. Many people focus on the bad, the ugly. But if we try to pay attention to the good; the beautiful, then maybe everyone will marvel and reflect upon everything we have instead of what we wish we had. Trying to see beauty might make you be happier than if you just see the ugly. There is beauty all around. It is there, but not always plainly seen. Just look. Open your eyes and see it.

        There is no beauty bar. People who try to capture it are really trying to catch air and pin it down. Beauty is something that is found inside and outside--it just takes the right point of view to see it. Inner and outer beauty are two very different things, but they entwine together and are like the Yin-Yang. They’re together, in the same category, but they are total opposites. Without one, there isn’t the other.


Flashback Essays:

        The whole next year, I could tell he struggled, and when I got older, I began to understand things better. I let go of the whole heaven and angel thing and started thinking more like my dad. Now I am sitting here sucking on my paper cut with watery eyes and still missing her. That night when I went home, I made dinner for my dad, did the dishes, did the laundry, and did whatever else I could to show my dad how thankful I am for him. I know he still misses her. I could see it in his eyes. But the past doesn’t matter anymore. It’s all the present and whats ahead of us that counts. I was determined to make my mother proud.

Persuasion Essays:

The Benefits of Biking

The evidence is overwhelming: the cost of driving a vehicle, both monetarily and environmentally, is outweighing the benefits. We can no longer in good faith support something that is so destructive of the environment. At five dollars per gallon in some areas, we need to ask ourselves if our dependence on cars is merely a result of our own laziness. The bicycle is truly the most efficient means of commuting if we would just take the energy to do so. Saving money while saving the planet is surely enough reason to sway a person without even mentioning the health benefits. Some will never be convinced, but every little bit helps. -- WikiHow

Expository Essays:

Columbus Day

Though Columbus Day’s original intent was to celebrate Christopher Columbus’s historic landing in the New World, many groups feel that it should instead be a day of remembrance for the millions of natives who died as a result of colonization. Despite the contentious nature of the holiday, Columbus played an integral role in the creation of what we know now as the United States of America, and his voyages facilitated a massive exchange of goods between the New World and the Old that continues to this day. Regardless of how one feels about the holiday, Columbus had a huge impact on history, and the world wouldn’t look the same today without him.--WikiHow

Famous Conclusion Example:

End on an Image

When one reads any strongly individual piece of writing, one has the impression of seeing a face somewhere behind the page. It is not necessarily the actual face of the writer. I feel this very strongly with Swift, with Defoe, with Fielding, Stendhal, Thackeray, Flaubert, though in several case I do not know what these people looked like and do not want to know. What one sees is the face that the writer ought to have. Well, in the case of Dickens I see a face that is not quite the face of Dickens's photographs, though it resembles it. It is the face of a man of about forty, with a small beard and a high colour. He is laughing, with a touch of anger in his laughter, but no triumph, no malignity. It is the face of a man who is always fighting against something, but who fights in the open and is not frightened, the face of a man who is generously angry-in other words, of a nineteenth-century liberal, a free intelligence, a type hated with equal hatred by all the smelly little orthodoxies which are now contending for our souls.

--"Charles Dickens," George Orwell