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Your Hypothetical Me - Reveda Bhatt

Who am I? Reveda Well, you knew that. But seriously, if you think you know who I am, just read forward and believe me, in the end, you wouldn’t be sure. Okay, let’s talk about the ME in your perspective. To those who think I am very sweet and all that, see, you’ve never seen my darker side. To those who think I am the one who always wilts the corner of her lip, being sad, well, maybe you didn’t give me a chance to smile. To those who think I’m the obedient one, sorry but you’ve not seen my mischiefs. To those who think I’m as hard as a rock, maybe you’ve never seen me break down. So, all I am saying is DON’T CREATE AN OPINION ABOUT ME because I’m not the bird who’ll be happy and fulfilling in that particular cage of yours, I am the one which flies high in the limitless sky owing no boundaries. Either way, if I come out of that cage, which I will, it’ll hurt you and make you think, reframing-believe, that what you knew was only a bit of my soul. Please know that if I’m acting distinctly

Love yourself!

As we grow, we start thinking about what others think, but what matters is what you think. Love yourself! Comic Strip Team @ My Good School Please meet the comic strip team for August:  Rishona, Anvesha, Simar, Arav and Gaurangi. Thanks to all the interns, they have worked hard to create comic strips on Humility.  Arushi Goswami, a teacher at Gyanshree School, is our guide for the project.

Brighten Their Day! - Reveda Bhatt

Here I come, from far away, I think of something; but not the right way, Oh, Lord! Tell me what to say, Not to hurt anyone but to brighten their day! Saying something terrible when you are not in your senses Is the worst when seen through life’s feeling lenses Just like cursing someone seems not to be the worst, But, from the other perspective, it can make the victim’s feelings burst! That is why, before saying anything- I ask my Lord about what to say, Not to hurt anyone, But to brighten their day! Reveda Bhatt Grade 9 The Aryan School

Freedom - Samruddhi Patankar

To me, the meaning of Freedom is: The power of the right to act, speak or think  as one wants and the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved An example of the freedom part came in my life.  In 2020 there was no freedom because there was a lockdown, and because of the lockdown, there was no possibility to go out and do whatever we wanted, so that time, there was no freedom. Name: Samruddhi Patankar Grade: 2A Billabong High International School, Thane