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May 27, 2016

Essay on Optimist and Pessimist

It is a general notion that an optimist will see a glass of water half full but a pessimist will see it half empty. Pessimist is a person with stitched lips but an optimist having the will power to break free from it. The ways we look at things are the key holes for a better future.

I believe that we are run by our positive and negative thoughts and they are the deciders of our future. If we dwell on positivity then positive outcomes are assured but when negativity lures our mind, we are locked up behind our own made up bars.

But sometimes the thoughts which arise in our minds are the results of past memories. If we had a good past with a good start then we will always be filled up with positive vibes but when something bad or distorted happens to us, it makes our lives vulnerable because we dwell on it.

Markus and James were best of friends, like two peas in a pod but with a difference in attitude.

Markus was always a free willed person, and never relied on the door that knocked discouragement. He made the world seem fine when darkness lured his hearth. James was a total opposite, like a parallel line facing another. He could not be pointed out as a negative guy, but a person of assertiveness and false perceptions. As said before, everybody has the past where they can choose to get absorbed in it or to get out of it. James was one of them. He never made an attempt to get out of darkness. He always chose what he never meant to be. One day, Markus and James saw a man cleaning the garbage chute. “If I don’t get a job sooner, I will end up like him,” James said. To that, Markus replied “I think you should get a job so that those people shouldn’t suffer. Make your world better so that they can become better.” That was the power of optimism which left James speechless.

An innovative thought which made James go awe because he never thought it that way. James always saw things with new perceptions that always had a positive outcome even in harsh times. Markus held James’s hand with determination because he wanted to make light visible in his eyes by tearing apart the darkness within him. Darkness over here refers to the inability to reach the ladder of success because one is afraid of heights. Now for example, think of two worlds where one world is ruled by optimism and another one by pessimism.

How would it be?

The optimist would have everything in right manner because their positivity would make it so, but pessimist would remain stagnant, repulsive and opposite minded and it would lead them to an unhealthy environment and to an aimless path.

The success of every individual is possible because of his hopeful, positive and rose-coloured attitude. Many successful people could reach success because their thoughts were progressive, even when their failures were stagnant. The knowledge about optimism will make a person have a different view towards life but when he is ignorant about this quality called optimism, he will miss being real in life, because being scared or imagining defeat never bought good to anyone. It is the very reason why numerous people could achieve what they wanted in their life and that lead to inventions, discoveries and innovation

Thus, the conclusion over here is that an optimist will always remain ahead for success but a pessimist will remain where he is.

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May 20, 2016

20 lines 'My Home' Essay for Class 1 , 2| Pointwise

  • My home is the most important place in my life.
  • I feel fully safe and secure in my home.
  • My home is very beatiful.

  • When I return from school I feel great comfort at my home.
  • Its front look is my most familiar sight in my eye.
  • There are four rooms, one kitchen, two bathrooms and one drawing room in my home.
  • For me happiness starts from my home and ends at my home.
  • My home is situated in Durgapur.
  • It is great city for living.
  • Natural beauty of Durgapur is very unique.
  • If anyone wants to see how the earth should be cared, then he must see Durgapur city and its greenery.
  • Its beauty adds big attribute to my home.
  • My relatives comes at my home and admire it and the beauty of our city.
  • It is surrounded by green trees, shrubs etc.
  • This is the most valued place for me.
  • I take a tour every year and stays in many hotels and other's houses, but my home gives me ultimate satisfaction.
  • My lawn is big and there are many kinds of flower and palm trees. I like palm trees very much.
  • This is the place where I get full care.
  • Sitting in our lawn with a cup of tea at evening gives us ultimate pleasure.
  • My home's location is very important because all types of shops and market are available nearby.
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May 13, 2016

My Duties As a Citizen of India Essay

522 words,
My Duties As a Citizen of India.:

Article 51 A, Part IV A of the522 Words:Indian Constitution specifies the list of fundamental duties of the citizen of India. It states that it shall be the duty of every citizen of India to abide by the constitution and respect its ideals and institutions. There are ten concrete points to the fundamental duties of an Indian Citizen. In the 86th Amendment in the year 2002 one more duty was added to the list. So, in totality there are 11 fundamental duties of an Indian citizen. I do not intend to teach law here, so let me in short and very easy terms about our duty as a citizen of India.

As a proud citizen of India one must cherish and follow the noble ideals of our great freedom fighters and also uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India. One must defend the country and render national service. One must promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India surpassing religious, dialectal and regional diversities, to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women. A good citizen should always value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture and protect as well as progress the natural atmosphere including forests, lakes, rivers, and wild-life and to have compassion for living creatures. A scientific temper should be created amongst the youth and a spirit of humanism, philanthropy should be on the rise. We should all treat each other equal and strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual, so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement.

How do we do it? :
Little acts of wisdom can bring a big change. We as a responsible citizen of India can contribute a lot by voting, being educated, being informed, being ecofriendly, paying taxes or joining an NGO and work for a social cause. If you are a housewife or are physically handicapped or an orphan an old aged person - then using improved skills in handicrafts, sewing, cooking can mean a lot to the country. Serving and giving your best in whatever job you are doing and not just complaining. Maintain hygiene and proper sanitation; educate yourself and other on the use of contraception. Do not waste the natural resources as they could get exhausted soon and do not use fuel unnecessarily. Do not bribe and be a part of corruption in anyway. Be proud of your Indian culture and do not try to ape up western culture. Do not form any rigid tradition without knowing the facts. Do not discriminate anyone on the basis of religion, race, caste, sex or domicile. Do not waste your wealth and use it wisely. Try to protect the environment and do not contribute in pollution or global warming. Reserve and protect wildlife and historical monuments. With corruption and intolerance on the rise and the standards of media and politics going to the dogs, it has become utterly important for us to take a step forward and restore peace. Work hard in silence, let success make the noise.

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May 6, 2016

Essay on Positive Thinking Versus Negative Thinking For Class 9

We the human beings make error and mistakes and We usually fall in trouble because of our thinking may be it positive or negative.

It depends on our ability and how we manage the situation and our state of mind. That means whether we are thinking positively or negatively to overcome the barrier, hurdles etc.

Someone behaves in offensive mode and overcome the problems in a very short period of time. Whereas few people remain in negative state and have fear of negative outcome of their effort. The people; who overcome the problems; are very positive or we can say dominating people in that field.

Whereas negative minded people are very shaky and fearful. These are 50-50 way thinker; who have no plan, and execution ability. Also they have less knowledge and technique. They quit the races of life far ahead. They don't have an idea of catching fish in water rather than they used to struggle mentally by sitting on seashore.

Positive approach is something like doing something to achieve at the end and have the patience and focus for finishing the job. In positive approach we remain alert, committed to enhance the execution rate to reach up to the goal as soon as possible. In a sentence we can say in a positive action , something useful certainly can be done at the end. It may not be hundred percent but it will be a respectable achievement with respect to the involved effort.

Whereas in a negative approach, we say oof it is very hard, tough. It is impossible. Or we also divert other people's mind by saying a story of the past's failure. We not only say the story of failure, but also inject fear of accidents, monitory losses etc. Our mind remain stuck with negativity and think that it is not possible for us. We make our approach towards negative way to remain restful.

Let us find out what does negative thinking approach mean in our daily life. In short we can say negative approach has the perception of "not possible" or "cannot be improved" or "cannot be done" etc. It is the most important to know the potential and ability of ourselves. Everytime negative way of working is not bad. Sometime negative option gives the proper direction for achieving the goal in more efficient way.

Our parent teacher and other elders always advise us for thinking positively. But often in our life there are few incidents where we are positive and sometimes we engulfed in our negative thoughts. According to situation we need to take our decision to achieve the target. It is the only most important way of thinking to score in our life.

I would like to describe an incident of my life . Every student remains average in one subject and may be good or better in other subjects. My weak subject was Arthmathic but my father guided me to improve in it by telling me stories of possibilities of improving in that subject . He told me for thinking positively and assured that I can also excel in that subject. I worked hard. In this process my father helped me alot.

I want to give my message that our life faces ups and down , good and bad etc . We need to develop our knowledge and potential to overcome the hard time and learn more at our good time .

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Apr 29, 2016

Essay on Sunflower For Class 2 Pointwise

  • Sunflower is an annual flower.
  • It has a appearance of sun with yellow petals and green sepals.
  • The sunflower needs sunlight for its better growth.
  • It faces the sun always.

  • It has a long thin green coloured stem.
  • The flower has beautiful large head with bright petals.
  • When the sunflower are planted together they look very beautiful.
  • The common and main use of it is for extraction of vegetable oil which is widely used in cooking like frying.
  • The sunflower not only comes in yellow colour but in different colours.
  • It is also used in cosmetics like soothing cream and lip balms.
  • It is recognised as state flower of country Kansas which is in North America continent.
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Apr 22, 2016

Competition Leads to Progress Essay

Progress is possible when you are not afraid of competition. Each and every person is unique, no doubt in that, but he/she may have more or better qualities than you.

If you want to reach your goal, make sure that you are perfect in it because there are thousands of people out there (keeping in mind India’s population) who want the same goal and who will go out of their way to reach their goal. Here is where competition steps in; many people are scared of it, many people are against it but many people don’t know the importance of it.

Competition makes your goal a living thing; it ignites that fire within you to make your dream possible. Many people dream a new dream every day or hold on to their old dream but the reason why they don’t succeed is because the lack of better preparation for competition. For example, if a writer knows that there are 80 people out there dreaming the same dream, then he will try to perfect his skill in writing, increase his vocabulary and will do all other things to make himself perfect. This is called preparing for competition in a right way, but, when a person knows the competition but tries to excel in it through unlawful means then that competition becomes unworthy for him and even though it results in progress, it’s not worth the success.

I am talking about a healthy competition but not of that which involves cheating and murder. Economics taught us that human wants are unlimited. So beware, don’t let the fire within you burn the goodwill of others.

A healthy competition leads to progress. Progress as in: increase in ones skill, increase in employment capability which in turn results in increase in earning capacity. When competing is treated as a healthy one, it results in national progress. Think of Olympic Games because it is the result of competition that has made our countries name rise in most of the sports.

Apart from games, the place where competition is mostly present is, during exams. When you are competing among thousands of individual, you are merely testing your knowledge and you also get to know where you stand in the crowd.

This is the main purpose of exam, to merely test your knowledge in a competitive way. I think students should know this particular point “Competition is just a part of life and not life itself”. Sometimes the hunger for success makes your values famished.

When a company needs skilled employees, they conduct interviews which comprises of numerous rounds which is nothing but a competition. It’s a competition for you to have a bright chance to work in the company and a competition for the company to extract the right skilled people from the crowd.

Now, those people who are not competitive enough or those who don’t stand a chance in the competition, it is an experience for them to know about their flaws and learn from them. Competition is a boon to mankind which leads to progress, progress for him and progress for his country.

The main purpose of it is to improvise you in your particular field through the input of competition, when this is done, that particular skill is improved which results in progress within yourself and also progress to the country.

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Apr 15, 2016

Essay on Child Marriage In India

Every little girl from a tender age fantasizes about her marriage. She has her own ideas, notions and dreams about her new home, her partner, what her relationship will be like, her children and so on. For many these dreams come true. Some girls really do grow up; find the love of their lives and live happily ever after. But for a few of these unfortunate girls, life plays a cruel twist. They do get married, but not in the manner they envisioned. They are forced to marry even before they hit puberty often to men as old as their fathers. This wide spread practice of child marriage is the most detrimental to our society and needs to be dealt with a firm hand.

In a country where the girl child is considered a liability, a large number of people from poor socio-economic backgrounds prefer to get their daughters married at a young age. Thus becoming free of their responsibilities and ‘passing on the burden to their husbands’. These obsolete and out dated ideals used to form the basis if our society. Girls as young as 8-9 years of age who were neither physically nor mentally ready to enter a lifelong commitment were married off to men who would either be children themselves or much older than their brides. The social, physical as well as mental consequences of this act are horrifying and have shown the image of India in poor light.

It is common for girls who have been married off at such a young age to become pregnant well before their bodies have fully developed. This is bad news for both the mother as well as new born child. Many studies suggest that when girls become pregnant before puberty it can cause various defects in the child and can also lead to untimely death of the mother.

In many parts of the country due to illiteracy and unemployment, the husbands have been known to torture their child brides. Raising hands, beating girls, abusive language and in many cases marital rape have become common features in the case of child marriage. With grooms families supporting this kind of shocking behaviour, the child is left with no option but to endure this pain for the rest of her life.

Child marriage is defined by the union of two individuals who have not yet attained legal age as prescribed by law. In India women are considered fit to marry only after they have attained the age of 18, while boys can marry only after they are 21 years of age. In recent times, the Government has taken a proactive approach to curb Child marriage in India. With the introduction of Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006 strict action has been taken against those indulging in child marriage. Those found guilty are charged with hefty fines and can be imprisoned as well. The International Centre for Research on Women- UNICEF publications have estimated India’s child marriage rate to be 47% in 1998, while United Nations reports it to be 30% in 2005. By 2009 the child marriage rate has reach 7% all over India and gives some hope for the future.

Initiatives such as ‘Apni Beti Apna Dhan’ encourage families to delay marriages by providing incentives. Under this scheme, a government paid bond is payable to the daughters parents of Rupees 25000 after the child’s 18th birthday, if she is unmarried. These programs have been implemented with some success in state such as Haryana, where child marriages are prevalent.

India is a mystical land of many traditions, cultures and values. However, some of our practices are outdated and regressive. We need to abolish practices such as child marriage and ensure that the country progresses not just economically but socially as well. While marriage is a beautiful union between two souls, it is important to understand that child marriage only leads to loss of innocence and broken dreams.

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Apr 10, 2016

Essay on 'A True Hero is a Unifying Force in a Diverse Society'

371 Words Essay by : KALYANI

The term true hero is gender and age neutral. A true hero; whether a woman or a man, young or old, is someone who the people see as a role model. It is not mandatory that unity of thought is always positive, even negative thoughts can be brought together by a unifying force and bring upon a bad impact. Such a thought binder cannot be called a true hero.

A few examples of true heroes are sports persons and film stars. They emotionally unify the society and a large number of people follow what they do but the real impact on the people is less as there is no material change in their lives. Also, it is less likely that they benefit the society at large.

On the other hand, some of the people who benefit the society and will have a larger impact on them are social workers. If the people follow the social workers and start being aware of the change that they try to bring about, it will benefit the society in many ways. One such example of a real hero having a deeper social impact is Mother Teresa. She instilled the thought of feeding and providing shelter to the poor and homeless in the minds of thousands of people which continues to save many vulnerable lives even after she is no more.

Political leaders are the ones who have the biggest impact on a diverse society which has people with different cultures, thoughts and values. That is because they are in positions of running a local body or a state or the whole country. If they work fairly, honestly and use their authority responsibly, they can lead the society to a path of peace and prosperity.

Head Girl or Head Boy or even class monitors can also be true heroes for the other students by showcasing the qualities of good leadership, fairness, helpfulness and trustworthiness. As young minds are very impressionable, other students can take those qualities as examples and work towards being true heroes themselves.

Thus, on our part, we young students too can bring together different thoughts and ideas and set example for others to do the same and have a positive impact on our society.

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