Student Article's

I. CHILD’S TEN COMMANDMENTS TO PARENTS

Ngaopu Cl: XI (Sc),

1. My hands are small. Please don’t expect perfection whenever I make a bed, draw a picture or throw a ball. My legs are short. Please slow down so that I can keep up with you.

2. My eyes have not seen the world as yours have. Please let me explore safely. Don’t restrict me unnecessarily.

3. Housework will always be there. I’m only little for such a short time. Please take time to explain things to me about this wonderful world, and do so willingly.

4. My feelings are tender. Please be sensitive to my needs. Don’t nag me all day long. (You wouldn’t want to be nagged for your inquisitiveness.) Treat me as you would like to be treated.

5. I am a special gift from God. Please treasure me. Holding me accountable for my actions, giving me guidelines to live by and disciplining me in a loving manner.

6. I need your encouragement and your praise to grow. Please go easy on the criticism. Remember, you can criticize the things I do without criticizing me.

7. Please give me the freedom to make decisions concerning myself. Permit me to fail so that I can learn from my mistakes. Then someday, I’ll be prepared to make the kind of decisions life requires of me.

8. Please don’t do things over for me. Somehow that makes me feel that my efforts didn’t quite measure up to your expectations. I know it’s hard, but please don’t try to compare me with my brother or my sister.

9. Please don’t be afraid to leave for a weekend together. Kids need vacations from parents, just as parents need vacations from kids. Besides, it’s a great way to show us kids that your marriage is very special.

10. Please take me to worship regularly, setting a good example for me to follow.

II. OTHERS

Asurance CL:X

Lord, help me live from day to day
In such a self-forgetful way.
That even when I kneel to pray,
My prayer shall be for “Others”

Help me in all the work I do
To ever be sincere and true,
And know, that all I do for you
Must need be done for “Other”.

And when my work on earth is done,
And my new work in Heavens begun
May I forget the crown I’ve won,
While thinking still of “Others”.

“Others”. Lord, yes, “Others!”
Let this my motto be.
Help me to live for others
That I may live for thee.

III. THE SEVEN COMMANDMENTS FOR GOOD HEALTH

A.Martin Cl:X

Thou shall eat breakfast.
Thou shall exercise regularly.
Thou shall manage thy weight.
Thou shall not snack between meals.
Thou shall not smoke.
Thou shall exercise moderation with drink.
Thou shall get seven to eight hours sleep nightly.

IV. TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR THE LAZY PEOPLE

I.Liba Cl: X

We are born tired, we live to rest.
Love you bed as you love yourself
Rest during the day so that you enjoy at night.
If you see someone resting encourage them
Remember work is burden
Don’t do today, what we are going to do tomorrow
Do as little as possible and ever what must do make other do it for you
No one has even died of excessive resting.
When you find a desire to work in you, arising in you have a little patience, so that it may pass away.
Health theory is work but rest is the health theory.

V. EIGHT KEYS TO A HAPPY AND ABUNDANT LIFE

P.Hangaoraikho Cl: IX

Love yourself
Evaluate values
Care about other
Accept your dark side
Realize your capability
Express your feelings
Practice your faith
Live your own life

VI. WATCH YOUR THOUGHT

Pf. Yideo. Cl: IX

Watch your thoughts
They become your words

Watch your words
They become your actions

Watch your actions
They become your habits

Watch your habits
They become your characters

VII. QUALITIES OF A GOOD STUDENT

Miss. Monisha chettry Cl:XII(Sc)

He is sincere and serious in studies.
He is regular and religious in his duties.
He is calm and quite in his nature.
He is amiable and amenable in his behavior.
He is hard working and soft speaking.
He is simple and sober in appearance.
He respects and responds to his teacher.
He maintains good health and sound mind.
He maintains discipline and neatness.
He keeps his mind open to new ideas.

VIII. QUALITIES OF A GOOD TEACHER

Miss. S. Vevune Cl: XII (Arts)

He is humble and simple.
He has a sound and sweet voice.
He is emotionally stable.
He has a sense o humor and discipline.
He is punctual in duties.
He can understand they Psychology of students.
He is a man of trust and truth.
He demonstrates good manners.
He is respected by his students.
He explains and inspires the students.
He has depth of knowledge in his subject.

IX. BEWARE OF THE MISS

L. Saveilou Louis Class – IX

In the society/ community,
The following are the names of the seven,
Mischievous Misses, who are responsible for
Most of our troubles.
Miss INFORMATION
Miss QUOTATION
Miss REPRESENTATION
Miss INTERPRETATION
Miss CONSTRUCTION
Miss CONCEPTION
Miss UNDERSTANDING
Beware!

X. WHO ARE LEADERS?

Hari Lama Cl: XII (Sc)

Able to understand others,
Not knowing everything.
Leadership is not the power,
Tried to get out of the most dealing people.
(Come to know and make friend, who hate you)
Concerned with others,
One who is open to idea on others,
Patience, courage, (should be there)
Leaders are not born, they are made.

XI. BE SUCCESSFUL

Miss. Khane Kutuni M.A., M.Ed.

Success exists where life exists. Life is not just existing, but living with a mission, with a goal, with a purpose. That differentiates man from all other creatures.
Man is free. Man is free to choose. Only man is free to choose amongst all the living creations of God. The famous dictum of Jean Paul Sartre says: Man is free, Man is freedom, Man is condemned to be free.
If you are not successful. You have chosen not to be successful. Since you are free to choose, by not choosing ‘success’ you have chosen failure. You might even wonder at times, whether the story of success is pre-scripted in our genes or each of us have to labouriously author our own success stories.
The answer to your dilemma is self evident. Man is free, not programmed likes bees and wasps. No success story is programmed in the genes of any human race. Success is an individual decision, since it is a choice or an option. Once that decision is taken, you have to labouriously author your success story.

LIFE HAS A MEANING

We get to live only once. There are no retakes or rehearsals in life. This once for all living is totally yours because you are free. What meaning you give to life is your decision, your choice and ultimately your interpretation of your freedom.
If you give a meaning to your life, you give it a goal and a direction. If not, you are like a rudderless ship in the vast ocean, which is lost in the oblivion.
According to Jean Paul Sartre, there is a distinction between man and the objects created by man. The objects have been created with a purpose or with an end. They are pre-conceived. Man has not been created with any purpose. A man becomes what he wills. Only man has this freedom.