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I have always questioned my beliefs I wasnt raised in church or taught a specific religion but I was always told to believe in God and Jesus and to pray And of course there were morals thrown in I tried reading and understanding the Bible and always ended up putting it down discouraged I knew however that I believed in one supreme being God This wasnt because this is what I have always been told to do I just have always known that He exists and I have always prayed to Him I just knew that somewhere out there a religion existed that was perfect for me that believed in everything that I did or could I needed answers all of them I needed the one original truth I needed details So I set out on my quest for knowledge and began reading everything I could get my hands on Having witches and pagans in the family I began to question and discuss their beliefs I eventually discovered that their path was not the path for me I still kept reading researching online and asking questions I thought that there MUST be one original truth out there and when I found it I would surely know I assumed that all of the remaining religions were just stories or lies that were made up ages ago I paid no attention to the true meaning behind all of the stories I only saw the details and how they all differed Then just as I began this class I thought that maybe it could be possible that all systems of belief or religions worship the same thing whether they would admit it or not I just couldnt figure out how the stories became so different When I first read Campbell I couldnt grasp the concept of the monomyth After rereading and having my questions answered by my instructor I finally got it The details are
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