KIDSFREESOULS : KIDS REPORTER
ANSH PATEL – Age : 12 Years
I am Ansh Patel. I love to read books and watch cartoons on tv. I love to eat Pizzas esp. homemade Pizzas.
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QUOTES FOR YOU
One thing is forever good; That one thing is Success. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Becoming number one is easier than remaining Number One.- Bil Bradley
Love can be had any day; Success is far harder – Enid Bangnold
To know how to wait is the great secret of success – De Maistre
Success, as I see it, is a result, not a goal – Gustave Flaubert
Success isn’t everything but it makes a man stand straight – Lillian Hellman
JOKES FOR YOU
Bins to Megs: Where were you born?
Megs: In a Hospital.
Bins:There are million of ways to make money, but only one honest way.
Megs: How is that?
Bins: I don’t know.
KIDS SCOOP – INTERVIEWS BY ME
In this column, I shall be presenting kid’s interviews regarding their favs. and even ask them on whatever topic that is interesting.
THE CHANGING GENERATION
Interviewed Jignesh Patel (Dad)
Q. What are the facilities used by children today?Are they important?
Ans: Most of the children use gadgets. Very minimal use is required in life for them. Children use computers and surf on Internet, use mobiles and play games also. Moderate use is fine but too much addiction is dangerous.
Q. How have things changed since your period?
Ans: We use to play outdoor games and get lots of physical exercise. We also read stories and had fun.
Q Do you think the younger generation respect their elders? And do they believe in God?
Ans: Yes, they do. It is must to protect the social system.
Q Do you think the younger generation is responsible generation?
Ans: Yes, very much. They are pillars of good human society.
Q How do you think Technology has effect on this generation?
Ans. It affects a lot as they have lot of information at their fingertips.
STORY BOARD BY ANSH
I am fond of reading. Here is my ‘Story Board’ – List of all the stories I have read. I will keep adding more stories to the list and also find reviews. So, stay tuned.
Figeater’s money bag
The Thirsty Crow
The Little Gold Fish
The Bee and the Dove
The Owl and the Lark
Chintu and the Vendor
The Hidden Treasure
The foolish fox
The two friends
Saved life of Ajay
The seven wives of Bluebeard
The frog Prince
A woodman’s axe
Great Personality: Swami Vivekanand
Swami Vivekanand was born in
The intellectual character in him, made him question the very existence of God. Thus, began his search for a man who had actually seen god. It ended in Shri Ramakrishna Paramahansa, by whom his spiritual quest was quenched.
After the death of Shri Ramakrishna Paramahansa, Narendra took the vow of Sanyas and became Swami Vivekananda. He then traveled extensively across
Swami Vivekanand went to the
Understanding Swami Vivekanand would be understanding
His life spanned to 39 years, 5 months and 24 days. But the depth of his work is still entirely manifest.
Great Personality : Subhash Chandra Bose
Subhash Chandra Bose was born on January 23, 1897 in Cuttack. A brilliant student, he was strongly influenced by Swami Vivekanand’s Teaching. He was deeply disturbed by the Jallianwala Bagh massacre and returned to India.
He was elected President of the Indian National Congress twice in 1937 and in 1939.
During World War II, India was declared as a warring state. Bose started a mass movement against this and the British promply imprisoned him. It was in 1941, that Bose suddently disappeared. In November 1941, his broadcast from German Radio sent shock waves amonst the British and electrified the India masses.
He formed the Indian National Army (INA). INA freed the Andaman and Nicobar Islands from the British and were renamed as Swaraj and Shaheed Islands. ‘Dilli chalo’ was the war cry of INA.
Unfortunately, Bose, while travelling from Singapore to Tokyo, reportedly died in a plane crash. He was 48 years old that time.
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