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How The Dog Found Himself A Master - Rishona Chopra

                                            There was once this dog who wanted a master, He simply wanted to make things faster. He first found a wolf, But even if he held a stick, he would say “woof”. He went to a bear, But he wasn’t that fair. He came to a lion, Who he thought was as strong as iron. He stayed with him for quite some time, But things weren’t okay. The dog thought he was the strongest, At least in the forest! But man was stronger, At least better. So he stayed with a man, And that’s how his peaceful life began! This poem is inspired by one of our English chapters, “ How the Dog Found Himself A Master”. It is said that the relationship between dog and man is indeed a unique one. This poem displays a dog’s journey to finding its true master. “You may have many best friends, but your dog only has one.” Rishona Chopra Grade VI Gyanshree School

Online to Offline School: A Journey for the young - Aanya Kumar

The last two years have been a setback for everyone. Suddenly everything was shut down. However, no one can compare the hardships students and teachers faced during the pandemic to anything else. Some students took advantage of this by either skipping some classes or cheating on exams. Some people were still loyal and truthful towards the school and themselves.  The first year was skimmed through. The second year made everyone miss the school bus honking near their buildings. As offline school has resumed, students face issues regarding waking up on time for school. However, students can interact more with their teachers. Of course, we also missed talking to our friends during the online schooling.  The reprimands of teachers were something our ears had been waiting for. Muting and unmuting were complicated, and now we can speak whenever we want. So, this phase of students' hearts being broken and then put together again was a complicated but exciting journey. Aanya Kumar Podar Int

Friendship - Anusha Jain

 Today I am expressing my thoughts upon something which adds spices to life; it's a blessing that can make us the happiest and most successful people in the world.  I'm talking about friendship and friends.  Friends at the flowers in the garden of life. Beginning with the seed of trust, nurturing laughter and tears, growing into loyalty and love. True friendship isn't about being inseparable, it's being separated, and nothing changes.  The extraordinary friendship of Krishna Ji and Sudama Ji tells us the true meaning and value of friendship in this world. After numerous years, the entire incident when Sudama met Krishna is very touching and unforgettable. Even today, once we remember those times, we have tears in our eyes thinking of the bond, the love that the two of them had for each other. "Real friends are the ones you can count on no matter what. The ones who go into the forest find you and bring you home. And real friends never have to tell you that they are

Honesty and Trust - Riya Vaishnav

Riya Vaishnav I have been lied to before, and I know it can hurt the morals and personality of a person. I believe in the importance of trust and honesty because they help develop positive relationships. Trust allows one to be able to accept others positively. I think that telling the truth proves that you are a fair and loyal person. Their peers will be more accepted because they know that their secrets are kept with a safe person. On the other hand, people will never fully enjoy this person's company if one is not trusted. Honesty and trust are an important part of bonding, for they are necessary for any personal relationship. One must be able to share their secrets with someone. I once got in trouble for something I did not do at school, and the principal thought I was lying when I wasn’t. This experience hurt me: I was not believed. When someone is not trusted, it can lower their self-esteem because they miss part of a relationship. Riya Vaishnav  Class X A The Fabindia School