School Life

School life is a golden period of man's life. In childhood most of the children get an opportunity to go to school. Boys and girls are sent to school to be trained as good citizens to become men and women of the fine character. There are schools which think mainly of results in the sense of successes in examination. But it is realized now that book learning is only one side of school life though it has a certain importance. A good scholar will be of little use to the nation if he is untruthful, irregular timorous and unreliable. The best school is that which concentrates on personality and character and makes them good citizens. All the boys and girls are quick to realize good qualities in each other. If a boy is truthful bold and courageous fearless in speaking the truth through it may be unpopular ready to help others at all times he will come to be looked upon as a leader. Such a one may not be the winner of the first prize but since he is a conscientious worker will always occupy a respectable place. He will never be far behind either in the class room or one the sports field. His example will influence all who come in contact with him and his friend will never forget him. He will make his mark. He will become an example for others. Friendship no doubt has its importance but school friendship are taken very seriously for men are social creature and like to have friends. Our school friends often remain loved and trusted throughout all our life. There is no greater pleasure in after years that to attend a reunion of old pupils of the same school. We remember that Major Hameed played for the Hockey in the Olympic Games and Imtiaz was our captain at cricket. What a day it was fifteen years ago when he made a century against west indies our hearts warm still as we think of that exciting finish and how we carried him shoulder high from the field bat in hand. Sports and games at school are not only for amusement and the development of muscles. They educate us in sportsmanship and courage in fair play and obedience to a leader. There is no doubt that the school days are the happiest time of life. But young people are thoughtless and long to be away out into the world and it is only after wards amid the hard struggles of life that they realize how happy were the days spent at school. Never ever later in life man gets the same pleasures as he enjoys during his school life.