Saturday, 22 April 2017
Friday, 24 March 2017
English Essay on "Sweet are the Uses of Adversity"
A man brought up in the lap of luxury is unable to face the storms and stresses of life. Rich men’s offspring never made heroes. The Quaid may be an exception but he too had to und ergo the historical freedom struggle wages by the Muslims of the subcontinent.
The last. Wand War, which took a toll of million of lives, proved blessing in disguise the war made heroes of men of insignificance. It gave a fillip to war industries. Many new factories were started and production increased to magnificent heights. There were more jobs than the job seekers and thus the unemployment problem was completely loved. Young men were given commissioned ranks, they were able to secure quick promotions which was more than what they had dreamt. There was a great boom in business and it earned phenomenal war profits. Pakistan was also born out of that war.
English Essay on "Strike When the Iron is Hot"
Everyone wants to succeed but not all achieve success. The reason being that some people are able to understand the circumstances and take the right step at the right moment. Those how do not let to rights opportunity pass by them and take the desired action without fear, are the ones who achieve success in their endeavours.
Everyone in life wishes to succeed in whatever project he or she undertakes. Success builds confidence, failure dejects a person. Success gets one appreciation but failure brands one as incompetent. There are some people who generally succeed, while there are others who often fail in their endeavours. It is, of course, difficult to account for the success and failure in terms of scientific analysis. There are several factors which go into making a venture a success. But there is one single factor which greatly affects the outcome of an effort. That is taking stock of the situation and acting when the time is appropriate. The proverb comes from the profession of the ironsmith. He strikes the iron when it is red hot, because it is then that the iron is the softest and most pliable. By quickly striking it then, he is able to mould it int6 whatever shape he wants. But, if, on the contrary, he misses to strike it when it is hot and soft, then any amount of hammering will not have any effect on the iron. Interpreted and applied to daily human existence, it means seizing the opportunity when it presents itself.
Friday, 17 February 2017
Pen is Mightier than the Sword
English Essay on "Pen is Mightier than the Sword"
Before the dawn of civilization man overpowered the weak with his physical strength. In the struggle for existence, it was the survival of the fittest. Might was right. He had no qualms of conscience while killing his prey, so the prehistoric man was almost barbaric and lived slowly on the strength of his muscle power. Gradually man became aware of his intellectual ability. He learned to turn things in his favour by using his brain. He realised he was superior to all in the animal kingdom due to his ability to rationalise and think. He began applying his intellect to deal with day-to-day situation. The civilization advanced, it became apparent that there was no need to cross swords to solve all the problems. In fact, it was realised that pen is mightier than the sword. A sword may kill a man, but it certainly cannot bring about a change of heart or values.
Lesson of The Past
English Essay on "Lesson of The Past"
Our lives are governed by time that can be divided into three periods: Past, Present and Future. Man is a rational being. He can ruminate over the past; live in the present and plunge into the future. From the cradle to the grave, our lives and actions are moulded and measured by time. It is a famous saying that “the stuff of which life is made, is time.”
The mighty ocean rolls on an d man is tossed by the waves of time. History picks up the pearls and the shells and preserves them for the coming generations. Wheat has happened and passed is real and reliable; what is happening is incomplete and incompetent; and what will happen is uncertain and doubtful. Thus the records of history are the richest treasures. We can pick up what we choose so writes Omer Khayyam is his ‘Rubaiyat.’