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Books are man's best friends! - Bhakti Gupta

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  Bhakti Gupta is a 9-year-old girl of Gyanshree School who is cheerful by nature. She does her work with a lot of effort and sincerity. Bhakti loves to read books and do artwork. She writes her own stories as well. She wants to become an artist when she grows up.

Caring - Anushri Palnitkar

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Listen to my story When I Started Caring For Trees Anushri Palnitkar Grade - 5A Billabong High International School Thane 

Global Warming- Aanya Kumar

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Global warming is the rising of temperature on Earth. It rises by about one degree Celsius each year, but it is a significant change. It is caused by carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. These pollutants can stay for centuries and trap the sunlight bounced off to the Earth's surface. This light could bounce out to space, but the gases trap the light. They are known as greenhouse gases and cause the greenhouse effect. Global warming is harmful to human beings and the Earth in many ways; for instance, it can cause many natural disasters like- storms, heat waves, floods, and droughts. It would be challenging to live in these conditions. Global warming can be reduced in our houses with few simple steps. We should always turn the lights and fan off before leaving a room. We should use energy-saving light bulbs, and gradually global warming will reduce. Aanya Kumar Grade 5 Gyanshree School, Noida

Say what you think

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Disagreement and debate are the lifeblood of democracy Alasdair McWhirter | McWhirter Foundation Chair If you are one of our alumni and reading this, the chances are you are bright and may well go on to achieve great things in whatever career you choose. Whether that turns out to be in AI, fashion, medicine, politics, protecting the environment or something completely different, find the courage to say what you think about the things that matter to you, particularly when your view is different to that of your friends.  Social media has its good side but it has also led to a world in which there is a ‘received’ view on most important social, moral and political questions for any given peer group. Disagreeing with that view can feel quite scary, so many people choose to go with the flow and not really think about what may be an important issue. The problem is that ‘accepted’ views can often end up being far too simplistic, leaving little room for nuance, let alone outright disagreement. 

मेरा पसंदीदा फल - युग वीर सिंह

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Image courtesy https://www.medicalnewstoday.com आम मेरा पसंदीदा फल है।ये गर्मी के मौसम में मिलता है।आम फलों का राजा है। ये पीले रंग का होता है ,कई आम हरे रंग के भी होते हैं। आम का जूस बनाया जाता है। आम का अचार भी बनाया जाता है। आम की चटनी भी बनाई जाती है जो कि मुझे बहुत पसंद है। आम की बहुत सी किस्म है जैसे चौसा, दशहरी ,तोता परी, सफेदा इत्यादि। आम सबसे स्वादिष्ट फल है आम का मुरब्बा भी बनाया जाता है।फलों में से आम मुझे बहुत पसंद है। युग वीर सिंह कक्षा प्रथम दि फैबइंडिया स्कूल

Appreciation - Darshil Sunil More

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Name - Darshil Sunil More Billabong High International School Thane Grade - 5 A

Appreciation - Unnatti Jamdar

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When I was a small kid, I always wanted to win a race.  My parents knew that as well, but I never received the opportunity but. One day, I won the race, and it was a proud feeling for my teachers, me, and my parents. I will never forget the appreciation that I received. Name - Unnatti Jamdar Grade - 5A Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Saanvi Deshmukh

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Name - Saanvi Deshmukh Grade - 3A Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Neeil Patil

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Name - Neeil Patil Grade - 5A Billabong High International School Thane  

Minimalism - Rishona Chopra

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Take a look at all the things in your house. Are they bringing any value to your life? Are they even close to you? Do you use them? Your room would probably be filled with things that you don’t use or don’t bring any value to your life. Imagine a life without those unnecessary things. Pretty plain and boring. Right? Not really. Humans have created a belief that is to love things and use people.  Loving things will give you temporary happiness because as soon as things are finished, we crave them again and plead for them, and if we don’t get it, we are disappointed or angry. While on the other hand, if we love people with a true heart, happiness lasts forever. People crave things so much and so that without them, they are not able to survive. Imagine people can’t live without water, food, and now people can’t live without things! Doesn’t it look a little silly? Honestly, I thought the same. I felt that things were the most important for me. My entire room was filled with things I didn’t

Appreciation - Anisha Gaitonde

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Everyone needs a bit of appreciation at some point in time. It’s a part of being Human. Showing appreciation just takes a few words – ‘great going’, ‘good show’, ‘well done, but its value is far more than that. A small piece of appreciation motivates us to be better than we are.  Thankfully, there have been incidents in my life (just like all of you) where I was appreciated, and it made me feel good and, more importantly, motivated me to do better next time. My first award was a bronze medal in Sports Day function 2015 when I was in Jr. Kg. That was the first time I stood so close to our school Principal, and it was beyond my most fantastic dreams – such an honour 🤩! Even if it was a bronze medal, this small appreciation helped me develop a mindset to participate in extra-curricular activities in later years, whether SpellBee, Neltas, Logiqids or Drawing and Handwriting competitions.  My next memorable moment came when I passed the First level of Kathak dance, which I had been practis