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Jul 22, 2016

'The Importance of Science' Essay For Class 10

643 Words Essay by : K. STOVALL

As man descended from the trees and began the journey into the future science was born from the first step upon the ground. The daughter of necessity, science was the truth by which we fed. No only did our inept knowledge of science sustain our bodies helping our physicals selves survive and evolve but it nurtured our minds leading us down the path towards humanity. Early man with their herbs, mushrooms and one can imagine some humorous trial and error lead future generations of man into what would become the basis by which every moment of our existence has been built on to this day.


Throughout the ages science, although not always named so, was foundation by which human life survived. Unfortunately,science became superstition and the less evolved leaf on the tree of humanity saw its' mystery as magic and began to persecute early practitioners of what would become know as the dark arts. The brightest minds of the time risked death to advance their knowledge of the laws of physics, the heavens and medicine.In the 1600's Galileo Galilei was actually convicted of heresy for proclaiming that the Earth was not the center of the Universe. Our next moment of idiocy would come when primitive medicinal practices were declared to be witchcraft and therefore unholy which led to an untold number of murders. The only culture that not only survived these brief moments of extreme philosophical or scientific bias was China who flourished while continually advanced their understanding of science. The understanding and advancement of science in China actually dates back two thousand years and some ancient practices such as acupuncture are still preformed today all over the world.

It was not until fairly recently that mankind truly was free to delve into all aspects of known sciences. Science was no longer the daughter of necessity. Brilliant minds such as Jules Verne, James Fenimore Cooper, Alexandre Dumas as well as a few slightly disturbed ones began to dream of what could be. Far off worlds filled with fantastic imaginings. They dreamed of leaving earth just as the first humans left the trees. Traveling through wormholes and the possibility of alien intelligence adrift on earth like planets even other dimensions. These dreams commonly called science-fiction novels soon replaced necessity. Children that read these imaginings turned into adults who endeavored to turn science-fiction into science fact. We as a species reached the pinnacle of our existence. Scientific achievements came as fast as the speed of light. Of course their were more failures than successes thank goodness that passion fueled their drive to try and try and then try again. One hundred and twenty-five years ago the radio was only a dream today we have landed a satellite on a comet, there are plans to colonize Mars and cars that drive themselves. One can't speak of such success with mentioning the tragic successes that usually were born of war such as the atomic bomb which ushered in its' own era of death and destruction or the improvements in weaponry all of which remind us we are not as advance or intelligent as we could be. We can only hope future scientists realize that a scientific achievement can also occur within the mind not just the world.

I look at all the techno-junkies glued to their smart phones watching videos of cats and singing two year olds and I can't help but think about the 1969. The world glued to televisions, that generations the cutting edge technology, watching a rocket take off, fly for three days, finally coming to rest the one celestial body that every man woman and child that ever live gazed upon with wonder and awe and we did it with less than eight percent% of the computing power that we hold in our hands and watch you-tube videos.

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Essay on Journey to Goa For Class 4

This essay on journey to Goa can also be used for lower classes by taking easy sentences from this essay.

My recent summer vacations were spent at Goa. My parents accompanied me to Goa and we took a bus ride to be there. Though the bus ride was very gloomy and hot, we somehow managed to arrive at our destination. The entrance to the city of Goa was highly welcoming and I could glance around at a number of fishermen in the sea on their boats. Some of the boats contained stocks of fish which were being supplied to the local fish shops.


We headed far up into the main city where I got to see a lot of tourists who had come from various countries. The city was bustled up with greenery all around. I also noticed a large number of coconut and palm trees alongside. If only our city had so many trees too, wouldn’t it be a nicer place? Though it was midday, the air was fresh and soothing. We had a delicious meal at the local restaurant and then we headed up to our guesthouse which provided us with a beautiful cottage overlooking the sea. It was very amazing to look at.

After getting freshened up, we headed towards the beach. The sand was so very soft and I noticed some good seashells lying nearby. I collected some seashells to show to my friends at school. I also made small sand castles on the beach while my parents relaxed for a while. There were also a lot of boating inns available. My parents took me to the boating inns and we rented out a boat. We took a ride for a while and then we returned to take rest on the beach. I also had a tasty milkshake while on the beach. There was cool wind blowing and the waves were crashing up and down all the while. I and my father played in the waves for quite some time. On the beach, I also saw some huge crabs and fish being sold by the vendors.

At sunset, the people lit bonfires and we too joined them. They gave us flower garlands to wear. I wore one on my head too. We danced to the music being played and also ate some delicious seafood. It was an amazing time to be at. Next day, we visited the nearby churches and some famous places there. We then took a bus ride home. I was very tired and so I fell asleep during the way back. I shall always cherish the sweet memories of being in Goa.

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Jul 15, 2016

Essay on 'Aim to Become an Artist'

"The mind of artists are always on fleek". An artist is a person whose mind is like a sea with lots of dreams, colours, inventions and imaginations. If you have ever talked to an artist, you will know in which world they live in. They may be an introvert but the mindset which they have is of a dreamer, who dreams of flying as high as possible.

When they hold a paint brush, they are no more a person who only paints, but they are the one's who paint a masterpiece. Most of the famous artists never wanted to paint only for money, they wanted to showcase their talent because they wanted to inspire others. So when you aim to become an artist, never do it just because you want to earn, but do it because you want to make people awestruck.

There is something different about these artists which we can never understand. They are the beholders of colours in their minds. Nobody can paint a masterpiece, but the one who does it are the ones with a difference in attitude and mind, nothing is attached to them more than a colour pallet. They are drenched in the joy of painting and stroking.

If you have aimed to become an artist then never ever look back on becoming something else. It is easy in this "sheep" driven world to be out of track i.e. to follow something which others are also following. I say that be rebellious in your dreams, be that person who has a shine of hope in his eyes and trust in his heart. It may not be an easy path, if you don't take it just because you are scared, then who will?. Take that jump of trust in yourself and arrive at the horizon of success. Aim is not like a hurdle where you can jump easily, it is a mountain where you have to climb barefoot and enjoy the view of victory.

It is always hard to follow something different but when you do it with integrity and passion, you can follow your aim easily. For example, Joanna always wanted to become an artist but she was scared to become on because of lack of trust and motivation. One day a man knocked her door and asked for a glass of water. Joanna gave him.
"If it weren't for ripples in this water, it would never have been different", said the man.
"Who are you?", Joanna asked in astonishment.
"I am difference who knocks on everyone's door and befriends them, will you befriend me?"
"I always aimed for difference but lacked motivation"
"Well then! Here is your glass of motivation"
and after that incident, Joanna painted like never before. She painted on fleek, with perfection, with determination, with imagination and most importantly, with fearlessness.

So, through this example, I want to inspire people, to follow their dreams, no matter what and even if it is too late.

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Jul 8, 2016

Essay on 'All that Glitters is not Gold'

Splendor of a king may have pauperism life like a beggar. It is just as synonym as "all that glitters is not gold"

We live in an era where everything seems beautiful and perfect but what we don't know is the anomaly it undermines. Everything you think is made perfect to you but the reality behind it is unknown to you. We are now, living in a race called the "Herd" where everybody follows what everybody else is following, the will to do it by yourself has been lost.

People are wasting time on something which is not worth the time. Everybody wants money, everybody wants to live a lavish life and everybody wants materialistic things, but the fact they don't know is that money and material will not last forever. In this race to possess things, people are actually losing their values and behaviors.

Rita and Lillian were best of friends but they had an opposite mindset. Rita always thought that materialism bought her love and respect, while Lillian thought that love and respect can be received through giving the same in return;being humble was her notion. Both the besties promised to visit each other, each year, to see where they stood in life based upon each other's notion. They shared their ups and downs in life but Rita started visiting with a mopey face for a few years, She came to know that when she possessed material, everybody was with her but when she was without a dime, everybody started fading away.Lillian got worried about Rita and took her by the hand and told her " Life's amazing and the materials which we have created is amazing as well but we have created to use it, not to dwell upon it." Rita sobbed her heart out and understood what Lillian tried to tell her all those years. She finally understood the true meaning of life and the fact that what lies underneath matters, but not that, which artificially attracts us from above.

Everything seems "Glittery" to us but the actual fact is that underneath there is no real "Gold". Gold is where there is abundant love and respect given to you. A Rich man may seem happy to you because he has everything, he can buy everything but what you don't know is that, behind all that riches, is a lonely man, who has nobody to share nor to give; the joy of giving and sharing is lost in the midst to pursue everything. On the other hand, when you see a person without a dime to spend and yet he is happy, content, loving, sharing and giving, you will know that the actual joy is not in just inventing a light, but it is in making use of that light in the betterment of people. In the same manner, when you see a happy and content person laughing his/her heart out, do not envy him/her because he/she had her share of despair in the past but yet he/she chose to conquer. He/she chose to not let the outer negativity break his/her inner wall of positive and liberal faith.

The meaning of life is same as the saying "Brass does not contain the quality of Gold" and also the fact that " The brightest eyes have seen the deepest scars of wrath and pain". When you understand why "All that Glitters is not Gold", you will come to know that "Believing in everything is not a clever man's eye." ..

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Jul 1, 2016

Essay On Role of Father For Class 5

It is often said that after mother if anyone loves his children the most, he is the father. Father is not merely a word but it is a feeling and a position that contains thousands of responsibilities with it.

It is known to every single person of the world even an infant can feel the importance of a father in his life. Father creates a kind of magic in ones life that can be only felt and lived but can’t be seen. The safest place to reside in the world is under the guidance of father. One can feel secure and loved in his presence. However father never gives birth to his children but is equally loving, caring and responsible for his child’s upbringing. The number of sacrifices a father does for his children is beyond the calculations of any mathematician. He is the one person who will never leave you alone even in the hardest times of your life. The amount of love and care he showers is unpredictable. A father is always concerned about his children’s safety and future. He is the one who makes all possible efforts to secure our future.

He spends all of his incomes on our comforts just to make sure we live happily. The role of a father is the most selfless role and deserves all the admiration of the world. Society accepts the fathers as the most important person of the family. He works hard to earn money, provide his children the best education and facilities without even giving it a second thought. A father happily fulfills his children’s wishes. Fathers are often misunderstood by the way they express that is by taking care of everyone. Unlike mothers they don’t show their feelings and love directly. But with time it can be easily seen that his love is no less than that of a mother. He never misses a single chance to spend time with his children. He supports his children, encourages them and be there for them whenever required. Sometimes he also scolds, but that is for our own good. He shares his life experiences with us so that we become a decent person.

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108 Word Essay on Visit to Taj Mahal For Class 2

By :

Shri Krishan

Last year, we went to Taj Mahal. We went there by train. Taj Mahal is situated in Agra in Uttar Pradesh.

It was built by king Sahjhan for his wife Mumtaj Mahal.Taj Mahal is made of white marbel. The making work of Taj Mahal was started in 1630. Taj Mahal was completed in 22 years and 20 thousand peoples are required for completing it. Many tourists came to Taj Mahal. We went to many other historical places. We went to Red Fort also. It was very nice. We came back from there. We enjoyed our visit to Taj Mahal .We will never forget our visit to Taj Mahal.

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Jun 24, 2016

Essay on Co-education For Class 10

This essay on co-education can also made simple for lower classes

In today’s competitive and fast paced world, there is a growing need for us to build interactions and strengthen connections. These interactions and connections will boost our professional careers to unimaginable heights, but the most important aspect of these is that these connections are not gender biased.

Co-education is the education of both the sexes together. An educational institution which offers such co-education prepares the students both mentally and physically for real world scenarios, equipping them to handle all sorts of cases irrespective of gender.

Multiple studies have established the fact that men tend to think logically and women tend to think emotionally. Studies have also discovered that men often talk solutions amongst themselves, while women just want to vent out to a lending ear, often knowing the solutions within themselves. The crucial knowledge that the two sexes are so radically different, and yet fit seamlessly together in the world, is acquired and understood only through a system that is in itself without any gender-bias whatsoever. Coeducation presents the students with these possibilities, making them appreciate and understand the differences in behaviour, or alternatively the similarities in behaviour with the opposite sex. Confidence levels are highly increased in these students and comfort levels are drastically different from those of their counterparts from single sex educational institutions.

On the other hand, a single sex educational institution deprives the student of opportunities to interact with the opposite sex in a normal manner - it creates a subconscious divide in the minds of students. Such students then tend to make a big fuss out of even the smallest of interactions with the opposite sex. The relationships formed by them are not very healthy and often exaggerated because they simply have not learned how to behave with/around the opposite sex! A student who has studied in a same sex school right from nursery up until graduation, when faced with the opportunity to talk in front of a mixed audience, might be rendered speechless, because of an unnecessary fear of the unknown. Many critics argue that a single sex education instills ‘values’ and captivates the ‘innocence of students and hence it is better than co-education. In reality though, these‘values’ are not valuable when a student cannot even carry out a healthy conversation with the opposite sex. These critics also argue that the ‘morality’ of students is at stake when the genders are mixed. The truth herein lies in the fact that morality cannot and should not be determined by the amount and/or nature of interactions with those of the other gender. Such critics should see the statistics that glaringly point out the fact that ultimately, with co-education, every possible psychological parameter is improved. The individual gets a holistic education which focuses not just on academics, but also on social ad interpersonal growth. Co-Education is therefore unmistakably better than single sex education and it should be implemented in all schools as soon as possible.

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Jun 17, 2016

Essay on Summer Camp For Class 9

This Summer camp essay can also be used for class 7, 8 and 10 also.

Summer season is something which has always made us happy. It is the fresh, new beginning of a time which makes our world brand new again.

The cherry on it is that we get to go to summer camp. When we are children, we always tend to learn something new and that something stays with us all the time; since children have a greater perspective to everything they learn, it stays with them all the time.

Summer camp can be a place where there is a chance to have miracles loaded into you like a shooting star. It is young time and learning spirit is higher than anything else. This young time is something which is very important in an individual’s life. For example, “The Bird Man of India” made his life an astounding one because of the incidents in his childhood which paved way for him to become a successful one.

Since summer camp is a place where you do nothing but learn, there are higher chances for you to find that quality in yourself which makes you an astounding human being.

‘A lovely place with a lovely quality,
For me to find in this natural serenity,
I’ll gain friendship and love a ton full,
Elephants jumping in my stomach in excitement,
I can’t wait what I’ll find in this pretty enlightenment,
Future standing far away from me but close to my heart,
I’ll find what I want no matter what,
Come with me to the summer camp, oh! Friend,
I’ll be with you till the end,
And together we will make a journey that will never end.’

The beauty of summer camp is that there no hard work in it. You get to learn everything which the camp provides. Apart from singing, dancing and playing; we also get to learn how to socialize and how to manage leadership skill. You will know what you are good at and what you are not because everybody is not born a painter or a singer. Everybody is not everybody else. You will also learn slowly, how to be independent and how to carry yourself. These great moments are what life is all about, it makes you a new person every second of everyday. You also get to grab memories which become precious as you grow old.

If you ask older people about their summer camp memories, they will tell you about finding something which was beyond reality i.e., friendship and love. When you learn something together, it always stays with you no matter what. The most important point is that you will learn new activities like swimming or learning a new sport like football, baseball or something entirely different like learning to do magic tricks.

On the inner way, you will become a changed person. A person with full of integrity, enthusiasm, charisma and a positive attitude which will stay with you prolonged. The conclusion over here is that, no matter where you go, the memories of summer camp will be always with you.

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