Friday, 27 July 2012

BOOKS ARE OUR NEVER FALLING FRIEND

                                       
                                    BOOKS ARE OUR NEVER FALLING FRIEND



Books are our never failing friends. Our worldly friends desert us but they never desert us. They are our best friends, philosophers and guides. Friends are plenty when the purse is full but fair-weather friends fall off in adversity. Books, like a true friend stand by us through thick and thin. They uphold and encourage us when we feel sad and despondent.
They lift the poor out of poverty and the wretched out of misery. They make the burden bearer forget his burden, the sick his sufferings and the downtrodden his degradation. They bring light into darkness and sunshine into shadow.
All the same we should be very judicious in the selection of books as in the choice of friends. The friendship of good books is the medicine of life but there are books more dangerous than snakes and more poisonous than scorpions. The really good books sharpen our intellect, broaden our mind, enrich our experience, widen our knowledge, uplift our morals, making us better, nobler and happier in life.
Good books are the life-blood of a nation. Books like the Gita and the Mahabharta inspire us. They make us brave, daring and dauntless. Good books are the quintessence of man's experience extending over thousands of years. They are our best companions in solitude. They are a treasure house of noble thoughts which are open to us day and night.
A book like the Ramayana is undoubtedly the best of companions. It offers us all the balm we need when life has given us a rebuff and the world looks cold and uncharitable. It is a book to be digested. It is a book to be read with diligence and attention.
Gandhiji called the Gita his mother. He said, "Today the Gita is not only my Bible or my Quran, it is more than that-it is my mother. I lost my earthly mother who gave me birth long ago but this eternal mother has completely filled her place by my side ever since. She has never changed; she has never failed me. When I am in difficulty and distress, I seek refuge in her bosom."
Once Carlyle was asked whether he would choose the dramas of Shakespeare or the kingdom of heaven if he were given a choice between the two. He at once said that he would choose the dramas of Shakespeare and spurn the Kingdom of Heaven. This reply of Carlyle shows the importance of good books.
Books bring enlightenment among the people and make them fond of knowledge. Like the appetite which is removed by food, man has a craving for knowledge. He is curious to know things. It provides him with mental satisfaction.
This craving for knowledge is satisfied with the reading of books. Books are our mute friends but they are not dumb. They speak in a language which is understood by the heart of man. They bring us into communion with the greatest minds of the world and of all ages.
When we read the biographies of great men, we move and associate with them, they were. Books enshrine the noble thoughts and sublime truths of all ages. They are man's most precious heritage. They provide food for the mind. They shape our character and their influence penetrates deep down the mind. They arouse us, teach us, comfort us. A good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit.
Good books are like gold mines. The more one works as a miner, the richer one becomes. They enlighten us and widen our vision and sympathy. A mind which is not lit with knowledge is a dark cell and a home which does not have books is an unhealthy place to live in. If people are ignorant and illiterate, they will suffer from superstitions and baseless fears.
They will be narrow-minded and mean. Books are a valuable possession. They correct us when we go astray, amuse us when we are bored and give us a jolly company when we feel lonely. They provide us with extra eyes to enjoy beauty and extra ears to listen to great music.
They take us to those remote places that we have not seen, those heights we can never scale and those fairy lands we can hardly imagine. A drawing room for its decoration needs well designed furniture and printed curtains but it cannot be complete without a book-shelf. Books have ornamental value no less than material utility.





beautifully called books his never failing friends with whom he converses  day by day. Books are true friends they can be by our side in whatever mood we are.They enlighten, give knowledge, entertain and inform us. Books are written with experienced people so we learn from their lives. We can carry books with us when we travel. They are our constant companions. when we are tired of reading we can close them, we can even read them at midnight. They fill our minds and hearts with hope and joy. Unlike human friends they never deceive or betray us. Books have inspired people through the ages. The first book of theAryan called the Rigveda has a lot for us to learn and understand even after 3000 years. Books like the Ramayana and Mahabharat are relevant in modern times and teach people the ways of life. Writers like Gandhi have put forward to us their life on a platter to understand their goals and teachings.
When we read books, we are in the company of the best and the noblest minds of all ages. They enrich our minds by providing us with knowledge and widen the frontiers of our imagination.
Books play important role in influencing our character and personality. A man is known by the company he keeps so it is necessary to pick the right books. Reading is a habit and one should cultivate since childhood. It is the best leisure time activity – one must slowly graduate from picture comics, fairy tales, detective and romance stories to good literature.
But one must have a proper choice of books to read. This will depend on our temperament and tastes. Today there is a lot of trash, sex and violence depicted in books. They also encourage criminal activities so care should be taken while choosing books to read.
Books also need to be taken care of – one must avoid folding pages, loosening the rib, marking pages in somebody else’s books or tearing pages from library books. Books are written on different topics like history, geography, science, philosophy, religion. One must treat them as a window to the world which give us the right glimpse of life.


 Good Book Is Always a Good And Faithful Friend
As a saying goes that the book is the ladder of the progress of mankind, so you can make progress every day if you do some reading in an incessant way.

When I was a very little girl, my Mom bought a lot of books that were interesting for me to read. She always said that a girl rich in knowledge will be popular among boys. So I have been in love with books since then.

A man may usually be known by the books he reads as well as by the company he keeps; for there is a companionship of books as well as of men; and one should always live in the best company, whether it be of books or of men. So if you want to be knowledgeable, do please read books; if you want to be positive, do please make friends with positive people; if you want to become successful, do please keep company with successful people.

The books are friends, though there is no enthusiasm, very faithful. A good book may be among the best of friends. It is the same today that it always was, and it will never change. It is the most patient and cheerful of companions. It does not turn its back upon us in times of adversity or distress. It always receives us with the same kindness; amusing and instructing us in youth, and comforting and consoling us in age. So that after a tiring day of work, I always like reading some books about my business like jaw crusher machine and China professional sand maker, because when I am reading, the fatigue will go away.

Books introduce us into the best society; they bring us into the presence of the greatest minds that have ever lived. We hear what they said and did; we see the as if they were really alive; we sympathize with them, enjoy with them, grieve with them; their experience becomes ours, and we feel as if we were in a measure actors with them in the scenes which they describe. If you read every day, your good consciousness will be very strong. You will be always thinking in a good way and not harming other people. Then in other way around, people will turn...



Qualities Of A Good Book
Qualities Of A Good Book

Personally, I think the qualities of a good book are many, and diverse. To be good, I think a book should relate to life experiences, give the audience something they can relate to and empathize with, to help them learn something that will help them in their life. Yet, the book should do this in such a way that not only does it act as a window into the human world, yet also offer escapism. It should have a character that the readers can identify with, in a way that they imagine what it is like to be the character themselves. Though, the character should be normal enough to identify with, yet special enough to go on adventures (in fictional books) and unique in their own ways.

Another factor that comes into play in the qualities of a good book is the fact that  it should captivate the reader;  should be wholly absorbing and keep the readers not only reading the first few pages but reading till the very end. I myself have left many books through he middle, seeing as they had lost my interest. A good book should have a very unique original plot and story line. The readers should be able to enjoy what they are reading; and to do that the story must be original, since I (and presumably many others) find no pleasure in reading books with similar or identical plots of situations. Not only that, but the plot must have twists and tensions to make the book more appealing to the human minds analyzing it. A good plot never comes without tensions in my point of view- it should be a whole package. The book should keep the readers on edge, reading and turning page after page wanting to know what will happen next. That, for me, is the post important quality a book should have. It is quite easy to get the interest of many people into reading a book, but to have the readers finish it anxiously till the very last page is something that takes skill, talent and quality, and not all have those critical traits. Thus, tensions to say the least, are a must


Good Book

The sport or activity of propelling oneself through water using the limbs. Swimming is one of the most popular recreational sports that can be enjoyed by all ages. The ability to swim enables people to participate in a wide variety of water sports such as snorkeling, water skiing, jet skiing, wind surfing, sailing, boating, fishing, rowing, and canoeing, without the fear of getting into trouble, and reduces the risk of drowning. I only trying swimming in the seas in America and Canada and it was fun so I tried it in a community center. I have seen people swimming lots of times at the seas. No one swims that I know they are all scared of drowning
It was ent easy at first but when I looked on the computer I found all the information I needed for the activities and centers.
I swimmed last week at the 515 cote street community center. My supervisor and instructor was a life guard. I got my bother to go with me. I convinced him because I loses to swim.
Swimming is fun because it is completely different from any other sport out there. You swim in a completely different environment, the water, and you get a full body workout. Not only that, but it is more of an individual sport than a team sport. This is not necessarily a good thing to everyone, but I like to swim because I can work on improving individually. Swimming is also fun because of all the neat tricks you can do in the water. I would do this activity again because this always loosens your body and make your body feel good.




What Is More Important ,Book Knowledge Or Experience
Which is more important, book knowledge or experience?
It has been said, "Not everything that is learned is contained in books." Compare and contrast
knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important .

Can we obtain the whole knowledge which we need only through the books. The question has triggered a heated discussion among a large variety of people .admittedly i concede that the experience can provide us some special but precious knowledge or notions which can help us understand the objects more deeply . However, the range of knowledge provided by the books is much wider than experience .moreover the knowledge from books sever as the guidance or basis of our life’ experience.
To begin with ,there is no denying the fact that some disciplines or skills must be mastered through experience .for instance, only through the knowledge about the swimming from books ,not from the experience of practice ,we could not master he skill of swimming. Besides , experience of practice can let us understand the knowledge more deeply and completely by virtue of the personal understanding or notion which we gained from our practice.
  Having recognized the merits of experience , however, the knowledge form knowledge is more important than experience in the virtue of following compelling reasons. First has something to do with the range of the knowledge .After all the individual’s energy and experience is limited.. therefore the books can provide us a much larger amount and variety of knowledge than experience did. consider ,for example ,sitting in the library ,we can virtually travel everywhere, some of which we can not afford to have a personal visit to, through graphic encyclopedia.  
Second , the knowledge is the basic of personal experience .as a matter of fact, to some extent the knowledge from books is the collection of ancestors’ personal experience .on the one hand, knowledge from these brilliant


Books - a Treasure House of Knowledge
A book can make you laugh when you are in the saddest mood....a book can scare you when yor in the safest location in the world...a book can even make you feel romantic, though you are most un romantic person in the world, a book can give you goosebumps with its thrilling scripts...a book can bring you in tears without you being in any sad situation...a book can take you deep inside the human psycology without even knowing about this, a book can give you all th einformation which you might never dreamed off....you think about anything and there are books explaining that too you...so do you require anything else to gain knowledge about anything in the world if you have books....i guess no....
Answered by Abhimanu singh, 09 Dec '08 06:52 am

Q.Why we use book

1.
Book is the treasure house of knowledge for making one exact in everything in the world so that one can be successful in all ventures!
2.
TO KNOW THE WHOLE WORLD.
3.
To gain knowledge
4.
we use a book because it gives us knowledge
some people cannot afford to buy expensive books so we have librarys where people can know the world
5.
To get Knowledge.
6.
To read, to scan and to absorb

It is said that real purpose of books is to train the mind for self thinking. In a world that is in the grip of a digital revolution, schools have the challenge and responsibility of creating and sustaining.

Books are man's best friends. They give him company equally in times of happiness as well as in times of distress. They are one of the main sources of knowledge.

The importance of Book

            In the past, when people didn’t   have   written language, all information is spreaded through speaking. Therefore, much knowledge was lost. It bared humankind from catching on   to the reality about the world. But, nowadays, books help us count out all these worries. And in fact, beyond the role as a means for storing knowledge, books give us many other benefits and chip in on our progress towards a better life.

            Firstly, books provide us with a great amount of knowledge, which is passed from the ancestor to the next generations.Books call off the block of time and space.Through reading, we can catch on to many secret and interesting things of history, custom, culture… of many other races in the world. Each generation write down their achievements   of science and art in book, thus, our developing modern life today may be originated from the beneficial accomplishments in the past.

            Secondly, books widen the door of knowledge.We had book a
s a close friend when we were children. Then day -to- day, books gradually tell us about the variety   of the world.Many mythical phenomena are cleared up.The knowledge   freshen barren souls with science, art, music and literature ,and by this way developing our mental faculties. It’s actually cruel and silly   when in the past many autocratic rulers banned people from reading book and fired book because of their belligerent attitude to book. In fact, the most developed country is the country where book and education are respected and it ‘s free for everyone barters their knowledge. The brisk boom in economy of Japan in the 1950s was an accurate mirror for that.An unknowledgable person can make serious blunders which lost an arm and a legs and an ignorant nation is a weak nation. 
                                                                          
books our best friends
                                                                              

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