The Little Bird's Funeral

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Right across the faces of me and you,There was a little bird that always flew.The bird was strong, smart and wide,For he had a wonderful pride.He saw the people full of joy,And said - What a world oh boy!Out of happiness, and strength alike,That day he flew to the best of his might.He went to its family, told them about people,Assured them, they could see this from the steeple.Days were happy, and years went by,The bird lived merry, and enjoyed his sky.But times changed, the sky became dark,On h...


Realising the Gift of Nature

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While each of us have been living under different roofs (both artificial and man-made), we have often failed to realise that we all have been graciously enjoying the luxuries of mother nature since our inception.The life of a youth can involve lots of struggles, failures, mixed emotions of happiness and sorrow, celebrations, achievements, and so on. In fact, we all tend to go through the crests and troughs of life. Rising from failures and celebrating success to prepare for the next endeavour, h...


Youth as Agents of Change

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In the words of Franklin D Roosevelt -"We cannot always build the future for the youth, but we can build out youth for the future"While India houses a massive 17%(1) of the world population, it is also home to nearly 116 million(2) children living in extreme poverty and poor conditions. The huge gap between the rich and the poor is attributed to various factors including lack of opportunities, deficiency in the facilities of growth, loopholes in implementation of welfare schemes, and so on. Desp...


The potential to make a change lies with youth

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In the words of Franklin D Roosevelt: "We cannot always build the future for the youth, but we can build our youth for the future" While India houses a massive 17% (1) of the world population, it is also the home to nearly 116 million (2) children living in extremely poor conditions, belonging to the impoverished and unprivileged section of the society. The huge gap between the rich and the poor attributes to various factors, including lack of opportunities, deficiency in the facilities of grow...


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