MY LIFE,MY CHOICE
We humans are curious,so curious that nothing stops most people from peeping into others life.Explanation,explanation,explanation for everything....Here are some most common things to which we don't really owe people an answer.1. You don't owe people an explanation on your physical appearance:You may be short.stout,lean.tall or anything in that matter.But u don't have to explain the way you are to anyone,as it is your body and all that matters is the fact that you are comfortable with it. After all who's got to do anything with the way you look?2.You don't owe anyone an explanation on the size of your appetite:"Oh my god!Is that how much you eat?I mean yes,no..whatever?So what?What you eat or in what quantity you eat is best left for you. Best thought this way-does what you eat fill anybody else's stomach?3.You don't owe people an explanation on the gender of your friends:Gossip talks-Look at her,almost all her friends are guys. I mean seriously!In which constitution is this written that you should have friends who are of your same gender.Does it really describe any part of your character/personality?Why explain anything which is completely related on your comfort zone?4.You don't owe anyone an explanation on marriage: Weather it is about marriage or staying single ,having children or staying child-less.Its completely ones choice. Marriage is not meant for everyone and this fact should be accepted no matter how hard it is to digest,because at the end of the day it is you who will suffer when your marriage fails or when you lack to have a healthy and sustainable relationship with your kids.5.You don't owe anyone an explanation on the kind of clothes you choose to wear:The kind of clothes you wear according to many boils down to ones character and the background that he/she belongs to.How does it even define us?Be it jeans or shorts,tops or tunics,it has nothing to do with your self worth...So why explain?Well these where just few instances where we are asked to explain ourselves.We all have talents and flaws which are unique to us,we have a life to live(let me specify)-OUR LIFE.Why waste time explaining ourselves to people?Its high time we stick by the rule #mylife_mychoice (which is definitely nobody's business).
Lord of the flies!
"Which is better – to have rules and agree, or to hunt and kill?"Lord of the Flies isn't your average book, I have to say. Being a reader who loves to dig into books of adventure and mystery genres, upon picking up this book I thought it would be a normal adventure book; the blurb certainly seemed to suggest this. A predictable setting for a story: a deserted island suddenly inhabited by a group of reckless school boys. It's the perfect recipe for an adventure book like any other. Except...it's not like any other.Allow me to briefly explain the tantalising plot. Set in an unspecified war period, a plane crashes, leaving a group of schoolboys stranded on a desert. Shocking, but not that unbearable. After all, the young boys' dreams have come true: who wouldn't want a whole island to play on all day without any nagging from the Adults? The unlikely protagonists are the fair haired Ralph and his side-kick, appropriately named Piggy. Without any adults, the boys realise that a leader must be elected in order to make sure that everyone has fun and doesn't act unkindly (except to Piggy of course, teasing Piggy is perfectly okay). Ralph ends up being elected due to his leadership skills and popularity with the rest of the boys. Ralph befriends a choirboy called Jack, who turns out to be the antagonist in this story. Both boys grow to loathe each other as the days pass, with Jack getting hungrier for power. Soon, what was initially thought of as a blissful escape from the Adult World quickly develops into something more sinister and unsettling.Now when I talk about protagonists and antagonists, it's really hard to truly define who they are, for you see, Lord of the Flies isn't just a book about boys becoming independent. It holds a deeper, more subtle meaning to it, making the reader question what it really means to be immoral and the true meaning of evil. All the time, the reader is questioning Ralph, Piggy, Jack and the other schoolboys' decisions and actions, until it comes to a point when the reader is unable to take in what has happened. Innocence is lost and life for the boys will never be the same again.Although the book spans a few months, fortunately it does not feel rushed. Every chapter leaves you hungry for more. I think the thing that makes Lord of the Flies so successful is the way William Golding manages to drop subtle hints in the story, straight from the beginning, and they become more apparent as the book progresses, and actions turn from worse, to what could only be described as barbaric and bloody. I also appreciate how the development of Ralph is made evident to the reader. Ralph is portrayed as having blonde hair and blue eyes, the perfect recipe for innocence. He is arrogant and care free and the prospect of having a whole island to himself is certainly appealing. However, as time passes by, and things go out of hand, Ralph matures and realises life is not all about how many friends you have and how popular you are, nor is it - sigh - about having fun. On the outside Lord of the Flies may appear to be simply a story about boys trying to live on a deserted island, but reading between the lines will allow the reader to understand and appreciate the dark hints that make this story truly exciting and magnificent in every respect.I would recommend this book to teenagers, both boys and girls, who want to try something...different, to say the least. Teenagers who like adventure and mystery should certainly try this classic. In other words, if you're the one for romance and happy endings, look elsewhere. But if you like your books to have gripping and believable characters with a plot second to none, then Lord of the Flies is for you. I can promise you that you'll finish the book, left with a new and fresh outlook on the world around you and perhaps a thought as to what exactly Lord of the Flies is about. Indeed its inner meaning is very dark, making the reader wonder how thin the line between good and evil really is.
Short note on pollution-envs
Anything added into the environment that results in producing harmful or poisonous effect on living things is called pollution. Pollution is the process that makes nature’s resources such as land, water, air or other parts of the environment unsafe or unsuitable to use. Pollution can be of many types: soil, air, water, thermal, radioactive, noise, and light. The toxins released are inhaled by each one of us while we breathe.Pollution and its CausesInhaling poisonous air is as hazardous as smoking. It is not only the humans who are affected from this polluted environment but also the animals. Air is filled with highly toxic gases. These dangerous gases in environment are released by the power industries that burn fossil fuels, industries that dispose wastes in the water, farmers using pesticides, high usage of artificial lights and loud sounds, etc. Each of these leads to generation of the life threatening cause – pollution.Any use of natural resources at a rate higher than the nature’s capacity to restore itself can result in pollution of air, water, and land. Other than human activities, there are a few periodic natural cycles that also result in release of dangerous stuff. Natural activities other than the human activities like volcanic eruption, dust wildfires, etc also result in creation of pollution.Globalization is another major cause of pollution. Globalization has become an effective facilitator of environmental degradation.ConclusionEvery individual owns certain responsibility of maintaining few points such as not throwing garbage all around, growing trees, using public transport instead of their own, etc. We must shun excessive consumption and avoid careless and deliberate disposal of post-consumption waste resources which could otherwise be recycled and would led to pollution control.Pollution cannot be reduced or controlled if a sense of responsibility towards our Mother Earth is not felt by all concerned.
Tribute to my best Teacher
Teachers in India are considered even above the parents. They play a significant role in shaping our lives and future. To put it rightly, teachers are much more responsible for shaping us than anyone else in our life. Some teachers leave a deep mark on us that motivates us to do extraordinary things in our life.In my life inspiration and motivation for achieving my goals was given by all the teachers who have taught me till date. Be it my kindergarten teacher who taught me how to eat and behave properly and become a mannerful child or my high school teachers who motivated me to take non-medical as my stream in 11th and helped me overcome every obstacle which came along with it. In my life, I bow down to all those teachers who taught me to be strong and fight for my problems and support the truth even if it meant to go against our society.To read complete article: VISIT MY BLOG::::: https://nightowlknowledge.blogspot.com/2019/09/teacher-day-special.html?m=1#more