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Peer Pressure: What's Its Future? - Oshi Singh

Picture Courtesy: Thinking about how the human race started has always intrigued me but do you know something that intrigued me even more?  It's thinking about the future. Will there be flying cars? Will there ever be robot teachers? Will we ever live in an AI-dominated world? Well of course these are all questions that I often think about but how awesome would it be if all of this turned into reality?  However, this would only be possible if today’s youth or may I say ‘Gen-Z’ is ready to face the future. When I say face, I mean they are in a healthy condition, mentally as well as physically. We were all teenagers once.  Teenage is the period where a child builds his/her character and it is also the period when everything hits us all at once. We experience a lot of changes. During this time it can be hard to keep up with stuff now be it academically or in any other field. That is when we hear phrases like, ‘You only live once’, ‘You have

Abraham Lincoln - Nishan Karki

Picture Courtesy: Abraham Lincoln was an American lawyer, politician and statesman, who served as the 16th president of the United States of America from 1861 until his assassination in 1865. He was born near Hodgenville, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. His family moved to Indiana when he was seven and he grew up on the edge of the frontier. He had very little formal education but read voraciously when not working on his father’s farm.  Lincoln’s legacy is based on his momentous achievements: he successfully waged a political struggle and civil war that preserved the Union, ended slavery, and created the possibility of civil and social freedom for African Americans.  Abraham Lincoln was also a good thinker and orator. Lincoln's emergence as a great orator dates from 1854 when he made a memorable speech in Peoria, on October 6, of that year. This was his first major attack on the position of Sen

Value of the month Caring, celebrate with us!

Listen to the podcast on your favourite app. My Good School Show Season 9, Episode 18, where passion meets education. This beautiful conversation where Anvesha delves into the value of caring and Rishona and Divisha share their take on Caring. Rishona: Caring definitely does help others. When someone cares for you, you feel like someone out in the world believes that you matter. It is a feeling of joy and happiness for that person. Caring is shown out of friendship, compassion and selflessness. A caring classroom is where students feel positively connected to others. That simple act can give them a sense of optimism and help solve their little problems. And what is in it for us? How does it help and benefit us? Well, seeing one smile puts a thousand smiles on my face. The fact that I have helped someone out or just given them the joy they needed and filled in the gap in their life makes me happy. As said, never believe that a few caring people can't change the world; indeed, that&#

Be true to yourself - Tulsi Karki

Picture Courtesy: Being true to yourself means thinking and acting in ways that align with your values and feelings rather than the values of others.  If you are living true to yourself, you feel confident in your identity and you are pursuing goals that you know will lead to your happiness.  It is really important to be true to yourself it will be your guide to living a life for yourself. A life that is fulfilling and filled with all of the things that make you joyful and allow you to live a life of purpose, whatever that looks like for you.  Hence, the only way to live your life happily is to be who you are, not caring what other people might think or say about it.  People are going to judge you anyway, so you might as well forget society and be like others. But keep one thing in mind you have to be true to yourself at every moment of your life.  Tulsi Karki Pestalozzi Children's Village, India.

Is social media distracting us? - Sakshi Singh

Picture Courtesy: Social media, a double-edged sword, It connects us all, yet ties us to strings.  In virtual worlds, our thoughts are muddled.  In screens we're lost, our focus blurred. Pings and constant calls Distracting us from life's moments, big and small. Scrolling boundlessly, time slips away. Likes and comments, we crave them so. But are they worth the time we hold? In this online crowd, reflect and find a harmony where you truly belong. Sakshi Singh  Class- IX C ||  Gyanshree School 

There are many dimensions to every person - Tenzin Jambey

Picture Courtesy: "We people don't look at the things how they are but we look at them how we think". An object or a thing stays how they are! But people look at them from a different perspective.  Once, a teacher asked two students while showing a picture of a mountain - "What do you see?" The first one said, "It's just a mountain." The other one said, "It's not only a mountain but also a home for the birds that sing and the animals that spend their time playing around." The teacher was surprised to hear about the two different thoughts.  We humans have the same physical attributes. We all have two hands, two legs, one heart, etc. But the brain, being one, has a different way of functioning. And everyone on this earth has a different mentality. The good thing is that everyone has special knowledge, which will make the future a better place.  If we look from a positive side, we will see th

There are Many Dimensions to Every Person - Anvesha Rana

Picture Courtesy: When we meet a man or a woman Or it might be a child, We jump to see what we can And assume their lives in a way very mild We don’t think before we speak For answers that are bleak. We draw vague conclusions  And later create fine lines. We bombard the space Without knocking on the door. And then create a false world Of our own. We have to be quick and smart. But where does the subtle man go? Does he hide in forever,  Or wait for us to leave? Well it is not the man held wrong But our fault till long. For it was we who did not see his inner beauty, And decided to name him ugly. We did not get it then,  But maybe we do now. There are multiple dimensions to every person, Just wait and read 'how'. Anvesha Rana Grade 11 ||  Gyanshree School