Hold up – A Book

Not everyone has the forbearance of reading books. It is among the most primary habits that a person must pursue in life. A highly advantageous thing about books is that it comprises of a wide range of diverse and contrasting knowledge. Francis Bacon metaphorically mentioned that some books are to be tasted, others swallowed, andContinue reading “Hold up – A Book”

A Day to Care the Elderness

When old folks laugh, they free the world. They turn slowly, slyly knowing the best and worst of remembering Saliva glistens in the corners of their mouths, their heads wobble on brittle necks, but their laps are filled with memories. These are some beautiful lines from the famous poem ‘Old Folks Laugh’ by Maya Angelou,Continue reading “A Day to Care the Elderness”

Protect the Bloody Heart!

“The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing” -Blaise Pascal September 29th is designated as World Heart Day as part of an international campaign to spread awareness about heart disease and stroke prevention. Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. The World Heart Federation in association with the World Health OrganizationContinue reading “Protect the Bloody Heart!”

English As A Medium of Instruction

English is a language that is frequently used in everyday lives. It is the world’s most accessible language today. As the world becomes more interconnected, the importance of being able to read, write, and speak English will only increase. The rising demand for English as the medium of instruction in school gives rise to questionsContinue reading “English As A Medium of Instruction”

Celtic to English: A Trace of the Global Perception on English Language

The 21st century is a time for growing communication and traffic at its peak. Technology is constantly updating. The world views the English language as a language with a global impact. English is the first choice of foreign language in most countries of the world, and it is used as the global international language. ItContinue reading “Celtic to English: A Trace of the Global Perception on English Language”