Headline July 23, 2019/ 'BOOKS '' 'DEVELOPING WORLD' '' BEAMS'




In the very years ahead, the latest research publications on ''Sam Daily Times'', will be taught in every educational excellence in the world

RIGHT HERE : ON THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY : just  so expectedly, massive private research and debates rage for ''Global Heads'' on :

ELECTIONS, Content, Technology, Fantasy, Education, Corruption, Music, Books, 'Digital Strategy', Food, Culture and Traditions, Innovation, 'Larks Light', Scholarships, Microfinance, and Electronic Sports.

In short, the World's uncertainty weighs very heavily, on Founders and Students.


Who are used to reading as a pastime are less likely to suffer from loneliness and depression - much less than those who have not developed the reading habit.

Reading helps adolescents relax, it helps develop a sense of self-worth, it inculcates empathy for others, it boosts brain power -

It reduces the probability of disease such as Alzheimer's later in life, it teaches empathy and generosity, it provides multiple perspectives on life and so forth.

When I was young, I had friends who had to read under the duvet covers at night to hide books from their parents even though the content was far from inappropriate.

This was a mainstream literature borrowed from the school library. To this day I ponder over what prompted the parents to discourage their children from reading books.

During the summer holidays when most school going-children are not on a clockwork schedule and can read for leisure, it might be a good time to inculcate the habit.

Social conditioning maybe the main culprit in too many households that want the best education available for their children and will delight in raving to friends and family about their child's fantastic academic performance at school but will have a simultaneous need to stunt curiosity and mental growth.

Why is that the children in the developing world come out of school with fantastic examination results and yet do not have the ability to contribute constructively to a debate of any sort?

Why do many of them remain silent in front of their 'elders'?, their teachers, parents, family and friends? Why are they so afraid to speak? Perhaps because we are afraid to let our children read all sorts literature.

We love to control what they read for fear of what they might leave and how they might then break social barriers and express themselves.

Reading comes with its own joy and is as important to mental fitness as is food and nutrition to the body.

Few things in life can substitute for the satisfaction of curling up with a good book in bed. Whilst many people now read e-books, it is apparent by the day that 'real' books are not going anywhere.

In fact, almost 50 percent of e-book owners say they read more paperbacks than e-books.

Studies by the University of California, at Berkeley show that the earlier the children are exposed to books, especially the ones whose parents read to them as toddlers, the higher their scores on intelligence tests later in life.

Children learn more vocabulary from books than they ever will from prime-time television.

Pictures in books open up a  world of knowledge, pique curiosity, send the mind reeling in different directions, start conversations that  dig-deep into their thought processes, and identify their place and  role in life.

So why does it take us so long to start reading to our children?

As a teacher, I have met hundreds of parents who often complained that their child just doesn't like to read and cannot get through a book cover to cover.

I often asked these parents, out of curiosity, when they had first exposed their child to books and it turned out it was well after the child had started formal schooling.

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research on Education and the importance of Books and Reading, continues.

The World Students Society thanks author Neda Mulji, lecturer in Communication Skills, at Amity University, Dubai.

With respectful dedication to the Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

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