I was in my ninth standard. The distribution of computer weekly test paper was in progress. Few of the students surrounded Mr. Rituraj Pradhan, our computer sir. He was fairly new to the school and had made a pretty good impression on us students. Even though I struggled in computers and Java was way beyond my limited… Continue reading THE GOOD TEACHER
I can see the mountains in the north, I don’t want you to be rigid like them. I want you to be like the gentle breeze, Which in the summer heat brings some chill. I want you to make me feel at home, Not imprisoned by a wall of rules. I know you want me… Continue reading DEAR DAD . . .
When I heard about the topic for this week, "The folly of expectations" I was a little disappointed. Not because I expected a different topic but because I personally never consider having expectations to be a folly. They are natural for a human as Payal so wonderfully put it in her article. I don't think… Continue reading TO EXPECT WITH CAUTION