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I am responsible for... Veda Varshita Marrivada

Veda Varshita from the HPS Begumpet, Hyderabad. Here is the reflection on responsibilities. I have also enclosed the audio file of the reflection. Listen to it, please. Thank you, and have a nice day.  --- I am responsible for many things. These words give me a sense of pride and responsibility towards my work, family, and society. Every right has responsibilities, and responsibility is a duty we must accomplish on time. Everyone has their own responsibilities and duties. Responsibility means being dependable, making good choices, and taking accountability for your actions. I've been a responsible girl since my childhood. I had a few responsibilities as a daughter, family member and student. One of my primary responsibilities was learning and studying. I have consistently performed to the best in academics and secured first rank in my class every year. Another responsibility was obeying and respecting my parents, family, teachers, and elders. Also, I kept my things safe as the thin

Peace - What it means for us?

Thank you to all who joined us today; we are over 100, and you will see up to 75 names; there were many sharing devices, for which we are most grateful.  [25/09/22] We look forward to more quotes. Our value of the month is PEACE. Is it different from the piece? Avni Kochhar 11:00 "Peace means everyone being treated equally. Peace means harmony." Shambhavi Nautiyal 11:10 A piece can be a piece of mind, but peace is much more than that. It's trust between two individuals; it's having self-belief and perception of yourself. If you have made peace with yourself and your mind, you can have a whole new vision of the world, and simply nothing can go wrong. Rishona Chopra, 12:03 PM Peace is one virtue we must maintain in the smallest of things. Even sharing a piece of cake will have to be shared with peace as we tend to fight over the smallest of things, neglecting that this small piece of cake can ruin our relationships. kanikadogra946 12:10 Peace, for me, is when you gain c

Friendship - Akshar Rajpurohit

Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. Friendship is a more vital form of interpersonal bond than an association. Friendship has been studied in academic fields such as communication, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and philosophy. Various educational theories of friendship have been proposed, including social exchange theory, equality theory, relational dialectics, and attachment styles. Such characteristics include affection; kindness, love, virtue, sympathy, empathy, honesty, altruism, loyalty, mutual understanding and compassion, enjoyment of each other company, trust, and the ability to be oneself, express one's feelings to others and make mistakes without fear of judgement from the friend. Name: Akshar Rajpurohit Grade: XI Commerce The Fabindia School

Friendship - Aanya Kumar

We all have friends, and among them, some friends are very close to us, and we love calling them our best friends. But what exactly does friendship mean? Friends make us feel secure, comfortable and we feel happy to be the way we are. We are not hesitant while sharing our secrets or emotions with them and make them our confidantes. What should we do to strengthen our bond with our friends? We should be loyal to our friends. Also, a friend should not feel insecure with us. The responsibility of maintaining our friendship is not only on us, but it is a relationship based on mutual trust and respect. Friendship is a virtue to be learnt because true friends are always there by our side, supporting us. Aanya Kumar Gyanshree School Grade- V-A

Humility - Shambhavi Nautiyal

Reflecting on Chapter 1, Humility from the book Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? by Dr Anupam Sibal. This chapter tells us the meaning of humility. It tells us that humility is not to think less of ourselves but to think ourselves less. In this chapter, the importance of humility is depicted. It informs us that humility has to be present in an individual. If a person has lost their humility and does not respect anyone else lesser than their status, then that person would not be great and will not be considered a genuinely good person. This chapter also depicts how humility becomes the first virtue and how it makes successful people great. It shows this through various examples of many well-known and flourishing people who remained humble, even after becoming what they are, simply achieving greatness and charm in the people’s hearts, which makes their success even more fruitful. As shown in the chapter, some simple actions, like greeting workers at different public places with the

Courage - Arav Agarwal

Courage , the value of Values, celebrating 22 Values. #JoyOfLearning, My Good School - Life  Skills Program. “Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.” This quote is by Maya Angelou and tells us that courage is the first step to achieve anything. We all have courage within us; we need to connect with it and take the first step. Whenever I need courage in any situation, I take deep breaths and say positive affirmations and words and I get the courage to face the situation. For gaining courage inside us we can make some positive affirmation cards which have words like – “Believe”, “Awesome”, “I have the power to make an impact”. These cards encourage us and tell us that we are good and we should try more new things with courage and confidence. Whenever we feel fearful, we can look and read these affirmation cards. It will help us to boost our confidence and gain courage.   Name: Arav Agarwal Grade: 5C Bill

Courage - Rishabh Sheikh

I believe that one of the solutions to overcome fear is to develop courage. Courage is the mental and emotional preparedness and ability to deal with difficult, challenging, and sometimes seemingly impossible circumstances.  Courage is a highly prized virtue, and many famous and respected people have spoken or written about it over the year. We probably all have an idea of what we mean by courage or bravery, as it is sometimes known. I learned that courage is not the absence of fear but the triumph over it. The brave man is not one who does not feel afraid; he is ready to face it.   Rishab Sheikh Class III The Fabindia School