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My last blog for WordPress

Hello my dear reader friends.

One months have passed since I started my content writing intersnship with WordPress under Hariyali NGO .

Shared 30 content here and got 125+ star likes on the post in this month and this internship helped me a lot to see if I am meant to be a content writer or not . This was a great start for me as a content writer eduindex platform has given a fresher a chance that’s pretty great of them.

Words can’t describe my feelings right now when I am confessing.

Last word I want to say is

THANKYOU💙

Vacation

Holidays provide a great change to students. They have a great significance for students. During the holidays, students are free from the burden of books. Students can devote time to their favorite pursuits.

Holidays are fun. These are the days of feasting and merry-making. Some teachers burden the students with holiday homework. This is not good. Students can be encouraged to do some kind of social work during holidays.

All work and no holiday make a student’s life dull and boring. For some students, holidays mean more work. They overburden themselves with work. This is not a good idea of spending holidays. A holiday is a free time and it should be spent in this spirit only. A holiday can bring great joy, if it is spent as a holiday.

Mindset

Winning a game or being the best in the class gives children a good feeling about themselves and makes them proud. It shows them that they are good at something which builds their self-confidence.

A confident child is more likely to develop a ‘can-do-attitude’. This is because the experience of winning helps children get motivated to take the next steps to achieve even bigger goals, such as jumping even further. Competition is also helpful to inspire children to do more than is required. This is an ability that prepares children for a variety of situations in their future lives, when it is up to them to make the decision whether they want to be part of the crowd or to be recognized for going a step further. In that sense, winning competitions helps children to succeed.

The feeling of winning prepares children to think more strategically. In board games, children know that they can only win by being more clever than their opponents and children who know that they need to follow the rules will start thinking more strategically in order to win the game. Placing emphasis on thinking more strategically to win games also helps children win by learning to follow the rules. By winning and following the rules, children learn that they can win without cheating, but by accepting the same set of rules that the opponent has to follow.

Growth

Economic growth in modern times is a crucial element part of global development. Even small businesses can impact how people abroad spend their hard earned money. Businesses thrive when they are able to provide a product people want. People create their living situations based on resources available and what they can afford. Businesses offer a number of elements highly important to a country’s economy such as employment, productivity and a form of financial security. Think of it this way; when a business is doing well they are likely contributing to a country’s economy that makes it beneficial for everyone involved.

So what happens when a business underperforms or does not meet expectations of its market? This is when the economy can be affected. When people lose their jobs they may not be able to buy what they want. The economy would not see the same activity as it did when it was stronger. People may not decide to make bigger purchases like a house or vehicle. They may not want to travel or take vacations. So, an underperforming business may not hire more people, give raises to their employees, or offer better benefits to their marketplace.

Travelling

Travelling may be an expensive hobby but is compensates the financial loss. If a traveler has interest in life and its manifestations, one can find much to keep oneself absorbed and happy. A student of any stream can definitely find something of his own interest and studies. One can definitely find everything that satisfies his intellectual and sensuous cravings.

As a hobby, travelling keeps us busy during leisure time; it is the best method to utilize time. Till a person breaks from dull routine, physically and mentally; one cannot find satisfaction. Travelling helps us to achieve this break. At a new place, one is curious to know and eager to gather all the unknown information about the place which he has neither read nor heard before he gets thrills and surprises which keep the interest and enthusiasm alive and encourages us to keep our journey on.

Travelling is a hobby for me and for you.

Bapu

Mahatma Gandhi was a great freedom fighter. He freed India from the British rule in 1947. He was born on 2nd October, 1869, at Porbandar.

His full name was Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi. His father was a Deewan at Rajkot. He went to England to study law. He came back and became a barrister at Bombay. Then he went to South Africa. In South Africa, Indians were not treated properly, he fought for them. He went to jail many times in the freedom struggle.

He believed in Ahin- sa (Non-violence). He lived a simple life. He wore pure khadi. We also call him Bapu. He was shot dead on 30th January, 1948. It was a great loss to India and to the world as well. For his services and sacrifice for the country he was named the Father of Nation.

Pity

When we fall into the depression of self-pity, we allow it to take control of our lives. We become completely self-absorbed. It is destructive to dwell on negative events and carry that bitterness and resentment forward. When we keep our focus on the hurt, we aren’t focused on taking control of our lives.

If we blame negative circumstances for our place in life, we are giving up responsibility and control.

We whine and feel sorry for ourselves. We can choose to spread our misery, or we can choose to rise above our circumstances.

Self-pity is a form of selfishness. It makes us less aware of the needs and suffering of others. Our own suffering is all we think or care about in our self-absorbed state.

Little light

Stars of our universe

Every star you see in the night sky is bigger and brighter than our sun.

You can’t see millions of stars on a dark night.

Stars are black bodies.

There are no green stars.

Our sun is a green star.

Our sun is a dwarf star.

Stars don’t twinkle.

You can see 20 quadrillion miles, at least.

Black holes don’t suck.