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byllying12 Everyone imagines for a bright future and it is the dream of every parent to see their children come out with flying colors and make their parents proud. But wait are the parents ensured of their ward’s safety at whichever places they go? As a child enters the school each one of them dreams of an amazing and prosperous life in future. Child bullying is very common be it school or college, some us have to suffer without any reason.

This article is for those students who were or are bullied by the others. Some of us barely think of bulling and cope with the situation and live with confidence, these young masters are the ones who prepare themselves for the harsh reality of this world, while for the others after getting bullied depress themselves and think that they could no more face and try to hide themselves from the situation. Now the question arises how to face the situation boldly ? The answer is very simple yet most of us aren’t able to follow it firstly try not to lose confidence nor be depressed or demotivated, try to take help from elders and lastly face the situation with full determination because we stand alone for our deeds. The parents once are fully confident send are proud to see their son/daughter face the situations and win their battle themselves. The very famous quote by CAROL BURNETT ‘’only I can change my life. No one can do it for me’’ depicts that everyone is responsible for building up his life. And nothing is impossible till you try it. Students stand by yourself and attempt to gain information for every emergency once you attempt to gain information for every emergency once you help yourself the next time you might be a model for others and you would indirectly help the others. Lastly I would like to say that set your motto as “I stand by myself and I am going to keep up this intention”.

Author: Aachal Saxena from India.

Иногда трудно принять решение

When confronted with pivotal life choices, I often find the simplest solution to rid myself of uncertainty is to resort to the principles of existentialism… that I am but an insignificant blot in the scroll of time, a miniscule object in a grander cosmos. This usually comes accompanied with several days of citing pretentious philosophy on the meaninglessness of life, much to the annoyance of anyone in my near vicinity. In ways my preoccupation with the gaping paradox that is life somehow serves as a distraction from the fact that I am required to make a choice, a decision, that may very well change the course of my future. I suppose in ways, contemplating the insignificance of my existence, is a slightly more morbid way of procrastination. For me, enveloping myself in grander problems somehow reduces the salience of making a decision.

Which is why I believe I’m fully qualified to offer advice to other teenagers on how they can handle the stress of making a potentially life altering decision. All humour aside, these just so happen to be the years when you’re asked to make a host of choices with massive implications.  “What do you want to study?”, “Where do you want to study?”, “Are you taking a gap year?”, “Are you thinking of studying abroad?”, the list seems endless. You’ve just begun to discover yourself, and suddenly you’re expected to be able to picture your entire future to the minutest of details. For those lucky few who’ve discovered their passions, (I consider myself honoured to have fallen in love with writing and journalism), these decisions seem effortless. But, what happens to the majority of the teenage population, the ones who are still finding themselves?

Cue the sudden onset of an existential crisis, the debilitating fear of the unknown, and the sudden hyper-awareness of your own possibilities. It happens to the best of us. For some, it’s a coping mechanism, for others an uncontrollable burden. To you I say, there is a certain beauty to uncertainty…an allure to oblivion. It means you’re still filled with passion… passion that’s teeming and bubbling and searching for a medium of expression. It’s searching for something to dive into, be that astrophysics or martial arts. All you have to do is find that medium. So, revel in the uncertainty, relish the sweet taste of not knowing, because that truly is the essence of being young.

Author: Dhrithi Arun from India.

bartag    I was walking to the bars to play bar tag. When I got to the bars, I played against another first grader and there was a second grader waiting in line and she was yelling, “faster, faster, faster." So finally I got tagged and it was the second grader's turn to play. 
 The second grader won and it was my turn to play against somebody that I already didn't like very much because she rushed me. So I got on the bars and said, "Go!" We both ran to a different bar and then she stopped and said, "I'm supposed to say go." "Well, I'm used to saying go and you never told me that you wanted to say go so there's no way I would have known that," I exclaimed.
    She said "I'm supposed to say go!" in a much louder voice. I calmly repeated the same thing as before and she screamed "I'M SUPPOSED TO SAY GO!!" “Fine! Play bar tag with someone who will do it your way!" and with the stormy gray clouds above my head I miserably started to walk laps around the track. 
    3028668424e93a1ee355oThen I waited in line to throw a bean bag. When I was waiting in line I thought I saw the same second-grade girl but there are lots of girls on the playground that looked like her so I asked, "Did I play bar tag with you today?" She said "Yep." Then I said, "Can I talk to you for a moment?" "Sure" and we walked a little bit away so nobody would hear us. "You didn't tell me you wanted to say go so there's no way I would have known that." She said, "For your future reference, the person who won the last round is supposed to say go." "I've been playing bar tag since the first day of school and that was never mentioned in the rules," I said while getting frustrated.
  "Is that a dreidel in your hand?" I asked. With a surprised look on her face she said, "Yep." "Do you celebrate Hanukkah?" I wondered. She nodded her head yes. I said, "My family does too but it's hard because a lot of kids don’t celebrate Hanukkah." "Yeah, I know what you mean," she said with a smile. "May I see your dreidel?" With the sky navy blue and the clouds resting high I had the best recess ever! 

dreamstimexxl1280pI woke up this morning feeling ecstatic as today was the first day of grade 5 and I couldn't wait. My Dad dropped me off to school with a huge smile and a warm hug. I spotted my best friend climbing up the stairs.

"Wait up Ayana!" I called out to her but she simply ignored me and went ahead. That was strange! I felt bad but I didn't want to let that ruin my first day of school!

I soon approached my classroom and was greeted by my teacher. For the first two periods after introducing ourselves, it was only fun and games, until a new girl entered our classroom with her mom. Our teacher and the new girl's mom went outside to have a conversation. Meanwhile, inside the classroom, everyone was just staring at her. I can imagine how she must have been feeling. Our teacher, Miss Amber, introduced us to the new girl. "Liviana is from Hawaii, and has recently shifted from there. Please make her feel comfortable and welcome."