PLAN and PROCEED

RameezaParveen, XI-commerce, The Central School, Dubai. Planning today, presenting tomorrow. Lazy today, losing tomorrow. Aim today, arrow tomorrow. No moon today, new moon tomorrow. Young feel today, younger tomorrow. One drop today, ocean tomorrow. Unless today, useless tomorrow. Resting today, rushing...

Straight Talk : 60+ Earth Hour

Proof that high achieving teenagers are always keen on getting their environmental influence across – messages of 6 UAE youngsters who are making a difference… It is often felt that in order to be a high achieving student, one needs...

Is it the question of necessity?

By Kavya Prasad Congratulations to The Young Vision for opening a ‘Straight Talk’ on one of today’s most trending topics - Are examinations necessary?  I was just following the news of the recently held 10th board exams in India and the mass...

The Poor Hungry Child

By Linda Ann Joseph, Grade 10 , The Indian High School, Dubai A little esurient waif; So young, still sucking her thumb, Distraught in her gunny bag smock, Living in the ordeal of hunger. The cry of the lonely child, ...

Why is the stuff we see so wrong? – All Lucas’ Fault?

By Radhika Marwaha, Grade 11, Delhi Private School, Dubai The distant cosmos shares a clear resemblance with the unknown future! While almost anything is possible, we’re busy blowing each other up! Or atleast that’s what George Lucas’ Star Wars suggests....

Grow with plants – plant a birthday tree

By Arushi Madan, Grade 12, Delhi Private School, Sharjah While we have many days to celebrate, such as Environment Day, Earth Day, Water Day, No Tobacco Day, Car-free Day, International Youth Day, etc., and we try to be a...

From the Sweet bird’s mouth

By Kashish Kalra I linger and loiter all around And my happiness has no bound. Free with open arms in the sky While the sun and stars also look shy. I savoured this freedom all day long Until it was...

A Poem Dedicated to the Thought of Early Cancer Detection

By Nikita Grade 10,The Indian High School,Dubai When I laid there beside you, Could you feel me there? My arms were wrapped around you, And I was stroking your hair. I watched your every breath, And prayed that each...

THANK YOU DR. KALAM

By Varshini Balaji, 12th Grade in Delhi Private School,Dubai On 27 July 2015 the world bid adieu to a visionary, a miracle by human standards and potential. A man of ordinary background yet extraordinary ideas and intelligence. None other than...

The Invisibility of Culture

By Andrea Fernandes, Grade 11, The Westminster School, Dubai “Tradition, which is always old, is at the same time ever new because it is always reviving – born again in each new generation, to be lived and applied in a...

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