I had scavenged a few bucks for my dear Mother’s birthday . I wanted to buy a special gift for her. When we went to the shop, I asked her” Mom, what do you want for your birthday?”, and surprisingly she didn’t ask for any fashionable items like sunglasses, earrings, or dresses. Instead she asked me to a write story for kids.I was rather surprised at her request but writing the story was for me as I used to read a lot of books. The words which she said were” write your own story and amaze me”. So instead of making a birthday card and writing messages to my mom, I wrote this tragedy story about mother and son. My mother liked the moral of this story and my writing style as well. The story took me 5 days to write but I managed to do it.I hope you will enjoy and be engrossed in the story, the same way my beloved mother was. [Read more…]
Animals cruelty has always been a problem. So what can be gained by putting animals in zoo for education. I am not in favor of it. I believe animals should not be put in zoos for education.
Animals kept in zoos are always mistreated. Most zoos use cages in which animals are trapped in, never being able to test their wild instincts.
The cages of most animals are not cleaned and washed regularly, making the road clean for disease to wreck havoc. Animals in zoos tend to be underfed.
We should never get education for another being’s sufferings.
I believe animals should not be caged up and kept in zoos for education. Instead schools can take students on a field trip to a well-preserved wildlife park. Our school has taken us to walledlake———field trip in Seattle.
NOW POLL TIME, PLS GIVE US YOUR OPINION:
In Panther Lake Elementary School-Seattle, the student council had made an horrible decision: to add one hour of Math to our time table but the president had adjourned the meeting saying that students need to relax a bit. Soon the council decide to send students in 3rd to 5th grade on a picnic to Everest Park, off the school campus.
I was one of the picnicers. When we arrived at Everest Park the weather was balmy, with a cool breeze. We played in the park for a while, enjoying the weather. Soon the supervisors began to cater food like burritos and tacos. We divided into four groups. Each group ate at a different time, while some observed the lamiet in the park, others chatted, relaxed themselves and ate their repast.
The outcome of the trip was advantageous because outlaw was very low (Only food and transportation) and gave the students a breath of fresh air. Next time we are planning to visit woodland park zoo.
I have done it! This is my greatest accomplishment as a doctor! I have found the cure to cancer! You may be thinking that this is just one of those scientists bragging about his theory, but you’re wrong.
Unlike the last cure of cancer, which involves a huge machine and costs a lot of money, with horrible aftereffects. My cure involves injecting a very diluted amount of belladonna into the body and then injecting a certain bacterium in the body and letting it feed on the belladonna, which results in the bacterium secreting an acid which kills it and destroys cancer infected cells when mixed with other chemicals.
The dingy cancer situations will be over using the suicidal effect of the bacterium. Cancer, an almost incurable, hereditary disease can be stopped from killing more people.
Devising the cure was not easy and I couldn’t have done it without my assistant Wilson who helped me create the “Quiner” a half-square device within a needle and chemical storage on the back.
The component cure uses Oaklania branches, these branches are not rare and can be found easily. Though the diluted version of belladonna is unstable and expensive. We have compensated the problem.
I believe that if all scientists try to help me improve my cure, not only will it gratify cancer patients but, I am sure it would be a formidable weapon against cancer.