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Travelling


Travelling means going from one place to another to see and learn more and more. We travel for education, business, pleasure, etc. Curiosity leads men to travel from one place to another. Travelling has great educative value. It is a part and parcel of education. It teaches a man better than books. Bookish knowledge is incomplete. Travelling completes it. Travelling enables the human being to see things with his own eyes. It turns knowledge into personal experience. A traveller can observe for himself the manners and customs, socio-economic and religious systems, trade and commerce of the different nations of the world. Hazrat Mohammad (Sm.) told his followers to go even to distant China to acquire knowledge and experience. It helps us to learn the language of other countries. Travelling breaks the monotony of life and fills the mind with joy. Traveling gives us the opportunity to make the best use of eyes to see, ears to hear and mind to cherish for learning. It teaches us to bear hardship. Travelling is good training for success in the struggle of life.

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Tolerance

Tolerance is one of the best qualities of man. It is a great merit. A tolerant man is liked by all. Such a man talks to people in a steady and calm way. He never shows anger or aggressiveness toward others. A tolerant man achieves success in every sphere of life. He never loses his temper. A man of tolerance can solve all problems step by step. He never comes in collision with others. On other hands, a man devoid of tolerance makes his problem himself. He faces troubles in all walks of life. He cannot reduce any trouble rather he increases it. Very easily, he becomes rude towards others. So he gets no co-operation from anyone. In fact, the importance of tolerance cannot be denied. It is needed every moment. In all religions, a great emphasis has been given on tolerance. So everyone should try heart and soul to cultivate tolerance from his childhood.

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The Event I Still Remember

The event I still remember is the event of my first admission to a school. I used to feel unhappy when I found my playmates going to school. I was wistfully looking forward to the day when I would go with them. At last, the desired day come and it was the 2nd January 1990. At 9.00a.m. I had my bath and meals and put on my best clothes. My father took me to primary school in the neighbouring village and met the Headmaster. He asked me a few questions which I replied. According to his advice, my father got me admitted to class one. The Headmaster was very affectionate to me. He took me into the room for class one and introduced me to the teacher and the students. I had many known faces in the class. All the students accepted my very cordially. I felt a new pulsation of life which I shall never forget and this event will remain ever fresh in my memory.

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The Life of a Tokai

A ‘tokai’ is a boy of the street. He has no definite place of residence. He has no parents or relatives, nor has he any definite means of livelihood. He looks dirty in torn and patched up clothes. A tokai roams about in the streets picking torn papers and other refuse and sells them to those who need them. Thus he makes his both ends meet. Sometimes a number of tokais gather together and play about in the streets. Tokais pass their nights on the verandas of shops, on the pavements of streets, on the railway's platform or on whatever place becomes available for them. This is the way of their life which is dull and colourless. They are care-free and are not moved by any thought about the future. But sometimes they figure very importantly when the political parties hire them to join their processions. It is a social responsibility to work for setting up these rootless boys in life.

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Environmental Disasters

Environmental disasters occur in Bangladesh very frequently. Sometimes they occur without any link with the season. That is why it is called a land of environmental disasters. Bangladesh lies in the tropical region and almost every year cyclones and storms hit her. Intense heat causes depression in the Bay of Bengal. These disasters cause immense suffering to the people of Bangladesh. The common natural disasters are flood, cyclone, storm, heavy downpour, drought, etc. Flood has become almost an annual affair. The rivers overflow their banks and destroy the crops, lives, and properties. Cyclones and storms are always severe in nature. They mainly attack off-shore islands and the mainland of Bangladesh. They sweep away all belongings. Heavy downpour also destroys crops. It brings untold sufferings for men. Drought causes damage to crops almost every year. The chopping of trees and less rainfall are the main reasons for drought. It is really difficult to prevent environmental disasters. We can hardly do much against these. The suffering people of our country can only make up the loss. They are brave enough to face all these natural disasters. The government has many duties to perform. It can reduce the intensity of the damage by giving warnings at proper times. The weather forecast can reduce the miseries of the people of the affected areas. More shelters in the off-shore islands must be built. Mass awareness should be created. The government must render help and co-operation for mitigating the loss caused by environmental disasters.

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