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Bullying

Samragi Karki

VI H | Emerald House | 2018-07-17
This is not a story, it is a real-life event that many people have to face every second. Even in our own school, many of us experience bullying. 

20 Interesting Facts About Computers

Sumohib Karki

VI D | Garnet House | 2018-07-10
A computer is an electronic device which is capable of receiving information (data) in a particular form and of performing a sequence of operations in accordance with a predetermined but variable set of procedural instructions (program) to produce a result in the form of information or signals.

Don't Waste Your Life

Shreeya Dhakal

IX E | Emerald House | 2018-07-06
We worry about the future so much that we stop living in the present. But there is something we can do which can make our present beautiful and our future even more so. We can follow our passion......

CELEBRATE YOUR LIFE THE WAY IT IS!

Pushpika Thapa

X D | Sapphire House | 2018-07-04
From your everyday schedule do you ever take time out to realize, how blessed you are? Do you ever long for more? Of course you do, and that is human nature. But do you know that there are people who do not get a proper food a day, people who wear same clothes every day, who walk barefoot on streets and children who do not go to school. And when you do realize, what you have is more than what many people get, you surely get a feeling that you are blessed.

Let's Unite for Animal Protection

Shreeya Dhakal

IX E | Emerald House | 2018-06-28
As humans, we call ourselves the most intelligent life form on this planet. Then, why are we so selfish? Why don't we care for other beings that coexist with us?

Life is a Journey not a Destination

Subhana Kayastha

IX A | Garnet House | 2018-06-26
What do you really think our destination is?
Well most of us say that fulfilling our dream is our destination. I have a different point of view towards life, I just feel that life is a journey not a destination cause destination is where you stop and in the journey of life you never stop until the last day of your life......

PAINFUL LIFE

Pushpika Thapa

X D | Sapphire House | 2018-06-23
This is a short poem written about the street life of the street children.

Effective Public Speaking

Jaya Narayan Bhusal

Teacher  | 2018-07-10
This article aims at providing students and aspirant public speakers a checklist of dos and don'ts to leave an indelible impression and inspiration towards public speaking.

Let's Go Green and Make our School Campus Clean

Sulaksha Purna Shrestha

Head of Department, Science  | 2018-07-05
These are the interesting observations I have made within our school campus related to the environment cleanliness. I hope by following the things mentioned below we can make our school campus cleaner and greener.

My Childhood Memoirs

Angshoo Rai

Hostel Incharge cum Teacher   | 2018-07-06
Flashback to good old days.

Talk to Yourself

Dr. Tridiv Basistha

Vice-Principal | 2018-06-11
"What you are is God's gift to you; what you become is your gift to god"

'Introspection' in simple language means self-study and self-analysis. In Hindi, 'Atma Darshan', 'Atma Manthan'.

We know about Dashyu Ratnakara who was a robber, who robbed the people on the road. He was having so many bad qualities. According to the advice of Brahma he did meditation in which he did atmamanthan that changed himself into Rishi Valmiki, who later wrote the great epic Ramayana. 

In the same way, Kalidasa, at the beginning of his life was a dull person, who was scolded by his teacher and insulted by his wife. After doing introspection he became a great writer and a great poet.

We know the story of dacoit Anguliman who after doing introspection became the follower of Gautama Buddha. We can also see the life of  Mahatma Gandhi. During his youth, he did so many wrong things, but through introspection he reformed himself and became Bapuji for the whole nation.

Every person has a private world of his own. It is very difficult to understand this world from outside. I talk myself, I laugh, I cry, I praise myself, I condemn myself and try to understand myself. Nobody knows from outside what is going on in my mind. Many difficulties of our life cannot be expressed to others. Some problems make us so nervous that we don't find any way out. In that situation we must share our feelings with others.
                                          
"Life is a call to share
     In the world's making."
                       -Anon

Of course, we cannot express our personal problems in public. But we should try to express our feelings to at least to those persons who are close to us. Otherwise we may lose our balance.

It is seen that whenever we face a problem in our life, we blame others for the creation of the problem and we blame others for our sufferings and sorrows. If we commit mistakes, we blame others for those mistakes. We do not see our faults. We do not think how much we are responsible for those mistakes. Here self-analysis is very much helpful to solve the problem. If we analyze our own activities impartially, we can find out the root cause of our problems. But it is very difficult to be impartial to oneself. If we learn to see our own faults, we solve many problems of our life. Somebody had said -

         "Man never says the truth about himself. He pretends in front of others the truth can be uttered by man, if dead man starts talking"

Man is a social being. We love to stay in group. We have to adjust with our fellow mates. But sometimes adjustment may not be possible in every step. Controversy or misunderstanding may arise between us. Sometimes they may forget us and sometimes we may forget them. My behaviour may not be acceptable to others. My behaviour may be the cause of sorrow for others. I may not be within my control. In this case, self analysis is very important. Through introspection, going to the depth of my mind which we call conscience, it helps us to judge the situation impartially.  In most of the situations we see that for our sorrows and sufferings, for our ill fate, our previous deeds are responsible. I remember one poem of Kaviguru Rabindranath Tagore -
"I enquire about fate;
Who can it be?
So cruelly, ruthlessly
Driving me on?
"Look around", fate says,
I stop and turn,
The driver behind is
My previous me."

If we can cross- examine our own activities we can reform ourselves. Everybody can make a new beginning, with a new vision we can rebuild our relations with better understanding. You don't have to be a professional or have special training in order to make a difference in the lives of others. Every job provides opportunity daily to touch hearts and minds.

What not to do and what to do for introspection towards solving our problems.......
What not to do-
1.	We should not suppress our problems.
2.	We should not ignore our problems.
3.	We should not think that in time all the problems will be solved automatically.
4.	At least with few people we should share our problems.
5.	Always it is not possible to discuss our misunderstanding with the person concerned, because he may not be willing to discuss truly with me. In that case we should not give up our hope. We can take the help of a third person.   
What to do for introspection-
1.	Have a clear concept of the problem.
2.	Find out which behaviour is the root cause of the problem.
3.	Find out which situations and which incidents create the problem.
4.	Keep patience, ask question to own self and try to control the situation
    We should be mentally ready to change ourselves, finds out our unwanted behaviour and reform it, change our behaviour to better behaviour as far as we can. If we have to admit our weakness, identification is important. In our free time we should sit isolated and think over it. In every case the fault may not be from my side but impartial analysis is important. Introspection is necessary not only for individuals but for social organisations and educational institutions also. We the grown up people think that it is not possible to change our habits and behaviour. We are habituated with our behaviours. But it is not possible, we can change ourselves.

All the best folks!
Kudos!  +26❤

Talk to Yourself

Dr. Tridiv Basistha

Vice-Principal | 2018-06-11
"What you are is God's gift to you; what you become is your gift to god"

'Introspection' in simple language means self-study and self-analysis. In Hindi, 'Atma Darshan', 'Atma Manthan'.

We know about Dashyu Ratnakara who was a robber, who robbed the people on the road. He was having so many bad qualities. According to the advice of Brahma he did meditation in which he did atmamanthan that changed himself into Rishi Valmiki, who later wrote the great epic Ramayana. 

In the same way, Kalidasa, at the beginning of his life was a dull person, who was scolded by his teacher and insulted by his wife. After doing introspection he became a great writer and a great poet.

We know the story of dacoit Anguliman who after doing introspection became the follower of Gautama Buddha. We can also see the life of  Mahatma Gandhi. During his youth, he did so many wrong things, but through introspection he reformed himself and became Bapuji for the whole nation.

Every person has a private world of his own. It is very difficult to understand this world from outside. I talk myself, I laugh, I cry, I praise myself, I condemn myself and try to understand myself. Nobody knows from outside what is going on in my mind. Many difficulties of our life cannot be expressed to others. Some problems make us so nervous that we don't find any way out. In that situation we must share our feelings with others.
                                          
"Life is a call to share
     In the world's making."
                       -Anon

Of course, we cannot express our personal problems in public. But we should try to express our feelings to at least to those persons who are close to us. Otherwise we may lose our balance.

It is seen that whenever we face a problem in our life, we blame others for the creation of the problem and we blame others for our sufferings and sorrows. If we commit mistakes, we blame others for those mistakes. We do not see our faults. We do not think how much we are responsible for those mistakes. Here self-analysis is very much helpful to solve the problem. If we analyze our own activities impartially, we can find out the root cause of our problems. But it is very difficult to be impartial to oneself. If we learn to see our own faults, we solve many problems of our life. Somebody had said -

         "Man never says the truth about himself. He pretends in front of others the truth can be uttered by man, if dead man starts talking"

Man is a social being. We love to stay in group. We have to adjust with our fellow mates. But sometimes adjustment may not be possible in every step. Controversy or misunderstanding may arise between us. Sometimes they may forget us and sometimes we may forget them. My behaviour may not be acceptable to others. My behaviour may be the cause of sorrow for others. I may not be within my control. In this case, self analysis is very important. Through introspection, going to the depth of my mind which we call conscience, it helps us to judge the situation impartially.  In most of the situations we see that for our sorrows and sufferings, for our ill fate, our previous deeds are responsible. I remember one poem of Kaviguru Rabindranath Tagore -
"I enquire about fate;
Who can it be?
So cruelly, ruthlessly
Driving me on?
"Look around", fate says,
I stop and turn,
The driver behind is
My previous me."

If we can cross- examine our own activities we can reform ourselves. Everybody can make a new beginning, with a new vision we can rebuild our relations with better understanding. You don't have to be a professional or have special training in order to make a difference in the lives of others. Every job provides opportunity daily to touch hearts and minds.

What not to do and what to do for introspection towards solving our problems.......
What not to do-
1.	We should not suppress our problems.
2.	We should not ignore our problems.
3.	We should not think that in time all the problems will be solved automatically.
4.	At least with few people we should share our problems.
5.	Always it is not possible to discuss our misunderstanding with the person concerned, because he may not be willing to discuss truly with me. In that case we should not give up our hope. We can take the help of a third person.   
What to do for introspection-
1.	Have a clear concept of the problem.
2.	Find out which behaviour is the root cause of the problem.
3.	Find out which situations and which incidents create the problem.
4.	Keep patience, ask question to own self and try to control the situation
    We should be mentally ready to change ourselves, finds out our unwanted behaviour and reform it, change our behaviour to better behaviour as far as we can. If we have to admit our weakness, identification is important. In our free time we should sit isolated and think over it. In every case the fault may not be from my side but impartial analysis is important. Introspection is necessary not only for individuals but for social organisations and educational institutions also. We the grown up people think that it is not possible to change our habits and behaviour. We are habituated with our behaviours. But it is not possible, we can change ourselves.

All the best folks!
Kudos!  +26❤

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YOU

Pushpika Thapa

X D | Sapphire House | 2018-06-16
You are one of the best creation of the god. No matter what god will always be with you. It is always better to fail thousand times rather than not trying at all. Even if you fail you will get he satisfaction that you tried and you will gain some experience.

PAINFUL LIFE

Pushpika Thapa

X D | Sapphire House | 2018-06-23
This is a short poem written about the street life of the street children.

CELEBRATE YOUR LIFE THE WAY IT IS!

Pushpika Thapa

X D | Sapphire House | 2018-07-04
From your everyday schedule do you ever take time out to realize, how blessed you are? Do you ever long for more? Of course you do, and that is human nature. But do you know that there are people who do not get a proper food a day, people who wear same clothes every day, who walk barefoot on streets and children who do not go to school. And when you do realize, what you have is more than what many people get, you surely get a feeling that you are blessed.

Teacher's Corner

Effective Public Speaking

Jaya Narayan Bhusal

Teacher  |  2018-07-10
This article aims at providing students and aspirant public speakers a checklist of dos and don'ts to leave an indelible impression and inspiration towards public speaking.

Let's Go Green and Make our School Campus Clean

Sulaksha Purna Shrestha

Head of Department, Science  |  2018-07-05
These are the interesting observations I have made within our school campus related to the environment cleanliness. I hope by following the things mentioned below we can make our school campus cleaner and greener.

My Childhood Memoirs

Angshoo Rai

Hostel Incharge cum Teacher   |  2018-07-06
Flashback to good old days.

Yes, I am a Potterhead

Ichchha Dhungel

IT Officer  |  2018-06-08
Potterhead (plural Potterheads) (informal) One who loves the Harry Potter series of books, especially to a fanatical degree.