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JOL Diaries November 23

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Newsletter by My Good School "This Children's Day of the year 2023, we are most delighted to bring you the first issue of our monthly newsletter, and we look forward to the middle of every month to get into the middle of your heart and mind with #JoyOfLearning" . Rishona Chopra, School Captain Click here to download

Meet and Greet with Bhairavi Jani

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Learning Forward Podcast Season 10 Episode 14, we try to understand India's strategy for unleashing its innate greatness: Ms Bhairavi Jani, the author of Highway to Swades. Join Anvesha and Rishona on this marvellous trip to rediscover India's superpowers. In a country overflowing with its culture, a nation intertwined along with its love for heritage and a place blossoming in its beautiful diversity. We belong to India, the land of differences, but these differences act as a binding force for each of us. India is indeed a great country, full of stories to tell and experiences to share. Indeed, all the powers mentioned in the book have their unique meaning. Photo courtesy: timesnownews.com

Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging - Shilpika Pandey

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It is definitely a tiny world inside our homes, like we say, and the moment one steps out, the circumference magnifies. The realization hits us that now, we depend on our social behaviour to make the outer world OURS. And here enter the vital aspects of social life, DIVERSITY, INCLUSION, and BELONGING,  that  teach us 'how' to interact and align everyone from diverse backgrounds, include them in our learning journey and help them in the belongingness of the same. We must appreciate the incredible Diversity around us that helps us grow socially into an enriched and better person that finds joy in knowing people from everywhere, absorbing their learnings, communicating, and exchanging opinions, while training to be globally concerned individuals. When we have a group that is diverse and different, we gain a bank of multiple values, ethics, cultures,  and working styles, which becomes a strength of a dependable team, leading to brilliant productivity and effectiveness! The lesson

What Independence means to me - Rishona Chopra

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Independence is not the right to do as we wish but the right to do what is right. Independence is the essence of freedom, the feeling that we are not ruled by anyone else but have the opportunity just like others to explore and learn. Independence is to make our own decisions.  In the national flag of India, the top band is of Saffron colour, indicating the strength and courage of the country. The white middle bar indicates peace and truth with Dharma Chakra. The last bar is green in colour, showing the land's fertility, growth and auspiciousness. Our country is developing, but its heart is devolved with unity and pride. We have so many languages, Each of them gives us so much knowledge. Lots of different cultures, Each one of them is precious! This rich diversity, Gives me a new identity. Everyone is so unique, Together when we come, no one is weak! Even though our differences create problems, We should understand our differences are our customs! We are all united as a team, We ca

Unity In Diversity - Rishona Chopra

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We have so many languages, Each of them gives us so much knowledge. Lots of different cultures, Each one of them is precious! This rich diversity, Gives me a new identity. Everyone is so unique, Together when we come, no one is weak! Even though our differences create problems, We should understand our differences are our customs! We are all united as a team, We can together make a dream. After all, it’s unity in diversity, We are just so extraordinary! That is why we say east or west, India is the best! Rishona Chopra Grade VI Gyanshree School

Tolerance - Diksha Choudhary

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Tolerance is the ability to remain calm in every situation. It is a value that includes many values that a person should have like happiness,  respect,  patience,  humanity and many more, which will help to unite the people.  We all live in a society, and society is formed by a group of people who have different elements or thoughts that make them different from one another. And if we don't have tolerance in us, society will lead to inner-violence, i.e. people will stop presenting what they want or stop talking to each other. To stop this, we need the skill to live together peacefully, again referred to as "Tolerance". To be tolerant means accepting other people's opinions and preferences even when they are not that you agree with. Be tolerant is to be someone's support that will make him or her happy, giving him or her happiness. It also stops us, the young generation, from getting a feeling of hatred for others. It also increases curiosity for having new ideas.

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