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Board of Inter and Secondary Education announced the day of result for which I was anxiously waiting. I got up early in the morning on that day, prepare myself and started towards my school along with my father. I become very happy when I came to know that I promoted to the new class. By Grace of Almighty Allah, I got first Division in 8th class.

Admission Process

The Headmaster invited applications of candidates for admission in 9th class. I along with my father go to our new school for admission. My father got an admission form from the administration staff. He filled the admission form immediately and entered in the office of Principal. My father gave the form to him. He looked at the form and advised to deposit it with the school staff for further necessary action. The peon led us to the room where I found the staff round a long table. My father gave the form to one of them. The teacher put my knowledge to test in English and mathematics. I solved the questions easily. The teacher wrote something on my admission form and returned it to the school principal for further orders. The principal put his kind considerations on my application and selected me.

Got Admission

It was the happiest movement of my life because I got admission in new class. I went to the classroom after necessary documentation of admission. The instructors were extremely engaged with recording our particulars. They allotted us the roll numbers and we become happy. We were proud of being a school student.

First Day in School

On the first day, I found myself among some smart and active boys. They were the senior students who wanted to make "Matriculation fools" of us, they greeted the new comers with funny remarks.

The bell of the school rang in the meanwhile and we go to the class room. It was my first day and new experience in the school. The teacher arrived and began to call over the roll numbers on the attendance register. After the roll call, the teacher spoke us to the subject he will teach. When the period was over, we moved to another room. That day, each teacher spoke on the importance of school education and other advisory lectures.

Impressions in School

My impression of that day in the school is still fresh in my memory. I found myself at the place where I had wished to be for since I was the student of 8th class. Many times before, I had come to this place with my brothers, cousins and friends. Now, I was a student of this school, it seemed to me a wonderful place. I had a strange sort of satisfaction on entering the gate of my new learning institute. I was experiencing a new joy. The school would give me knowledge and wisdom and make me a good citizen. Elizabeth Ann Greyvenstein from the farm Friedenham, known as Ouma Nannie, hauled out a family recipe for rusks, and went about baking a batch. She then sold them at the next Church bazaar, and within minutes, the delicious rusks were snapped up by eager shoppers, and that is when the orders started pouring in.

Soon after that, Ouma Nannie's rusks were available at the various community social occasions and sporting events. Her Son cleverly saw the opportunity to test the demand for his Mom's delicacy, and went on a national road trip, taking the rusks with him and promoting them. He returned with loads of orders, and went about turning the family barn into a rusk factory, equipping it with home-made rusk dryers and clay ovens

Nannie first sold her rusks under the brand Uitspan, then Outspan. Eventually they became Ouma Rusks. Eventually they became Ouma Rusks. When the Greyvensteyns needed bigger premises, Ouma Nannie applied for a loan of R3 000 from the newly created Industrial Development Corporation. Her husband was well-respected, and became mayor of Molteno for a record-breaking 21 years.

The barn at Friedenheim became a factory which unfortunately burnt down in 1952. A new, better one was built in its place - probably a good thing, because by then the little farm outside Molteno was something of a player in the dry foods market.

To this day, the legendary Ouma rusks are still being baked at Friedenham Farm. In winter it seems, the whole of South Africa wants to wrap its collective hands around a cup of coffee and dip an Ouma.

The business became the little town's most recognised industry and employs the most staff within a 150km radius. Ouma Nannie kept her hand on the business for many years, and sadly passed away in 1989 at the ripe old age of 98 years.

Ouma rusks are now still enjoyed daily, especially with that first morning cuppa. Key ingredients which give Ouma Rusks their unique flavour, include wheat flour, orange and lemon peel, raisins, peanuts, oats, coconut, vanilla and honey. The product is available in stores throughout South Africa and is also found on shelves in stores for South African expatriates overseas. South Africans around the world yearn for and enjoy the well known Ouma Rusks. Charles Dickens was one of the greatest writers of all time as his work covered the cream of the Victorian society to the working class. Born in February 1812 to John and Elizabeth Dickens, he was one among the eight children who had to suffer poverty when his family was going through a rough patch.

The experiences he derived from his life was recounted through many of his novels, for example, David Copperfield was considered semi-autobiographical from the time-phase he was sent to work at a blacking warehouse. He was also considered as a reformist for his concern for social justice and worked for the True Sun, considered a radical newspaper in those times. His editorship continued throughout his life as he contributed to other newspapers such as The Daily News, Household Words and All the Year Round.

Through his contribution to various magazines and newspapers grew, he started publishing his own fiction novels. But it was not until 1836-37, he tasted true success with The Pickwick Papers. This master-piece was considered a phenomenon as it sold over forty thousand copies.

Dickens is considered a pioneer in many aspects of writing as he made serialization of novels and attained huge profits. Even the working class poor started reading his serialized novels as they could not normally afford literary works.

The era of 1836 to 1850 can be considered as the era of Charles Dickens as he gained reputation for being a novelist whose works mesmerized the public. He continued writing his monthly serializations of novels, such as Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickelby - both these works endeared him to the lower classes and it brought forth another of Dicken's lesser known secret - his sense of humor.

"A Christmas Carol" is considered a classic as it focuses on the economics of the people of England - it is based on the public's passion of earning money regardless of the consequences and acquisition of status at any cost. Other notable works include "A Tale of Two Cities" and "Great Expectations."

He was also the first person to begin public reading of his works in countries outside Britain, especially America. Although he earned substantial amount of money, his health declined and he died on June 9, 1870. The novel which he left unfinished was 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood" but he had already cemented his place among the greatest novelist of all time and is considered next only to Shakespeare. Plays such as "The Frozen Deep" also displayed his theatrical genius.

Master Humphrey's Clock

The Old Curiosity Shop,

Barnaby Rudge

The Cricket and the Hearth,

Pictures From Italy

Dombey and Son

Battle of Life

Little Dorrit

It must be noted that the pitiable conditions of the Workhouses and prisons in England are no more. BUt the fame of Dicken's novel has not diminished, shows that even our social consciousness has not bogged down in favour of materialistic values - that may be the reason why even now his novels have not gone out of print even after a century and a quarter has divided the time between us and this great writer. As a fan puts it "He knew how to tell his story." Education gives knowledge which as Bacon rightly puts, is a "source of power to man". However, it is crucial we note that this power can function either as one employed to build a better future or as one that destroys.

Our masters, the likes of Galileo, after much philosophizing and experimentation, discovered truths and initiated beneficial principles now observed in our educational system. Their great philosophies are perfect for numerous situations, but our system does not show scholars the path to think and understand the proper situations to apply them. This is chiefly because the concentration of teachings nowadays is not to make people think, which ought to be the primary goal, but chiefly to uphold existing laws, reasoning in the confinement of principles, and empowering indirectly an unsustainable world.

Acquiring Knowledge of established principles is good. But our educational system is leaving out an essential goal of growing our thinking faculty, by not grounding scholars with the understanding that the established principles are simply discoveries employed to help and should not be taken as final. Such limits our sense of discovery needed to address the diverse problems growing in our world.

Time or situation can transform valid principles to invalid; the superseded scientific laws or theories we had and will still have are examples. "To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment" (Ralph Waldo). A good quote it is; however, students are not grounded to understand its context and scope: Sadly, one can now see a sadist employing similar quote to justify actions, causing mayhem.

At a tender age, it was like a law according to my parents and remarks from people that rain starts and ends in certain months. I remember asking: "What if it rains in January?" their answer was: "It cannot". The reply came with some air of finality because the principle had been valid historically and probably because they had never experienced otherwise. The principle was true. To them it was irrevocable. But time has invalidated that principle through climate change. Now the months they had known to bring heavy downpours sometimes turn to be the driest.

Life gets more complex every day, luckily we have principles intended to help, not to mold or limit our future. Sadly, our recognized principles cannot fit in every situation, and sticking on them will only bring about chaos. For a sustainable world, we need a kind of education where principles are acknowledged as a stimulus and not a decree. We need Education where people have enough grounds to express themselves beyond established principles, laws or philosophies; one that develops our reasoning and thinking faculty without constraints.

Pitiably, the knowledge we now gain from education does not train one in the part of wisdom which grows when one begins to think. It only exposes some people's wise thoughts or principles. Our system of education now yields educated fanatics: people that have acquired better knowledge on how to present and manage their fanaticism, planting chaos by training advanced erroneous people.

Due to life's growing complexities, education that develops our discerning ability to avoid further knowledge misappropriation is needed. Adoption of fine principles helps, but we should avoid settling in a period where ­scholars are chiefly concerned with following of principles, so we can elude a future of people that reason more with citations than their heads, like robots.

For a peaceful and sustainable future, we should stop the degrading practice of following principles thoughtlessly in our educational system, and welcome fresh educational scheme that stimulates our thinking faculty. That will enable all to understand the fact that time or situation can change anything. So, one would not be quick to conclude because of knowledge from recognized scholars or universal principles.

I believe in the future of education where people do not just copy principles or laws, but where people also philosophize on situations to know where the principles are usable. This will free our world from the problematic chains of principles. Some of our masters foresaw this ugly future of 'scholaroids'; Socrates addressed it: "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think."
The idea of using bags made of paper attracts, especially if you are into a manufacturing, selling or retail business where you need to have carried these in bulk for your customers. In such condition, if you think about using paper bags in place of polythene ones you are thinking it right. Although, using these eco-friendly carriers is a better idea than polythene carry bags still you should know few things about these bags before buying them:

Choose from a wide variety

The best thing to know about paper luggage carriers is that you can have a wide variety of them in the market. On the basis of size, shape, color, and design, lots of options are there to be selected from. You can pick the size and shape of the recyclable bags as per your requirement. There are enough color options in them still people prefer buying brown paper gift bags for their official look.

When should you not use a brown paper bag?

Small paper gift bags are highly preferred for commercial purpose and as a gift bag but white ones are better than brown ones when you want to use them for corporate events. The best thing you can do with white ones is that they can be customized. You can have a logo of your business printed on these bags for better visuals. White color will highlight your logo and company details better. So, if you are planning to throw a corporate event or promotional event, you should prefer buying white ones than any other color.

Pick a design that suits your business

Buying paper bags for your business can be a tricky deal as you need to pay attention over various things. Your selection should depend upon the kind of business you are running. For instance, if you run a grocery store, the carry bags should have the capacity of handling heavy weight. On the other hand, if you run a cosmetics shop, the design of the bags should be fancy and attractive.

Pick the best size

You can check out the basic information about the shape and size of carrying bags on the internet before buying them in bulk. The average height, length and width measurements of the stuff are often mentioned on the internet. You can also check out the capacities of the bags in various units such as ounces, pecks, pounds, and liters.

Advantages of using paper bags

If you have planned using recyclable luggage carriers in your business, you might have been already known about the advantages of them. They are preferred by users for their eco-friendly approach, recyclable and reusable properties. Most of these are designed to bear good weight; they withstand more pressure than plastic containers. Also, these bags are safer for animals and children.

Disadvantages of paper bags

Luggage carriers made of paper are better than those made up of plastics but a drawback is that they are not waterproof. Moreover, they require more space for storage in comparison to the foldable plastic bag.

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