| | |Muhammad (pbuh) was born in Mecca ( Makkah), Arabia, on Monday, 12 Rabi' Al-Awal (2 August A.D. 570). His mother, Aminah, was the| |daughter of Wahb Ibn Abdu Manaf of the Zahrah family. His father, 'Abdullah, was the son of Abdul Muttalib. His genealogy has | |been traced to the noble house of Ishmael, the son of Prophet Abraham in about the fortieth descend. Muhammad's father died | |before his birth. | |Before he was six years old his mother died, and the doubly orphaned Muhammad was put under the charge of his grandfather Abdul | |Muttalib who took the most tender care of him. But the old chief died two years afterwards. On his deathbed he confided to his | |son Abu Talib the charge of the little orphan. | |When Muhammad was twelve years old, he accompanied his uncle Abu Talib on a mercantile journey to Syria, and they proceeded as | |far as Busra. The journey lasted for some months. It was at Busra that the Christian monk Bahira met Muhammad. He is related to | |have said to Abu Talib: 'Return with this boy and guard him against the hatred of the Jews, for a great career awaits your | |nephew." | |After this journey, the youth of Muhammad seems to have been passed uneventfully, but all authorities agree in ascribing to him | |such correctness of manners and purity of morals as were rare among the people of Mecca. The fair character and the honorable | |bearing of the unobtrusive youth won the approbation of the citizens of Mecca, and b y common consent he received the title of | |"Al Ameen," The Faithful. | |In his early years, Muhammad was not free from the cares of life. He had to watch the flocks of his uncle, who, like the rest of | |the Bani Hashim, had lost the greater part of his wealth. | |From youth to manhood he led an almost solitary life. The lawlessness rife among the Meccans, the sudden outbursts of causeless | |and bloody quarrels among the tribes frequenting the Fair of Okadh (The Arabian Olympia), and the immorality and skepticism of | |the Quraish, naturally caused feelings of pity and sorrow in the heart of the sensitive youth. Such scenes of social misery and | |religious degradation were characteristic of a depraved age. | |When Muhammad was twenty five years old, he traveled once more to Syria as a factor of a noble and rich Quraishi widow named | |Khadijah; and, having proved himself faithful in the commercial interests of that lady, he was soon rewarded with her hand in | |marriage. This marriage proved fortunate and singularly happy. Khadijah was much the senior of her husband, but in spite of the | |disparity of age between them, the most tender devotion on both sides existed. This marriage gave him the loving heart of a woman| |who was ever ready to console him in his despair and to keep alive within him the feeble, flickering flame of hope when no man | |believed in him and the world appeared gloomy in his eyes. | |Until he reached thirty years of age, Muhammad was almost a stranger to the outside world. Since the death of his grandfather, | |authority in Mecca was divided among the ten senators who constituted the governing body of the Arabian...
...Role of the Youth in NationBuildingYouth power is a recognized force in the world today. The youth are filled with tremendous energy and towering ambitions. They can be utilized as a constructive and as a destructive force by any nation.
During the eighties, the youth power made itself prominent in many socialist countries of Europe and in China. Tianamen Square in Beijing, China witnessed a powerful demonstration.
Thousands of Chinese youth sacrificed their lives in order to bring democracy in that autocratic State. Wherever there are riots in any country, political forces use the youth power to promote their interest During the riots against Mandal Commission in India, thousands of college students agitated in the streets of the cities. Many of them committed self-immolation.
India is a large country with a population of 100 crore individuals. Those between the age of 15 to form more than 50 per cent of the total population. The majority of youth comprises this age group.
The students, employees, workers, farmers and persons from various professions —including the unemployed educated —are the citizens which really matter in all walks and disciplines of our national life.
Unfortunately, a large number of these are without proper guidelines about their futures. It is dangerous to allow them to remain idle as it would increase...
...Role of students in nationbuilding
A Country means not the soil, but its people. A nation should be developed by its people. People should work hard to strengthen it. As said by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam "Nation development depends on what its people think". Previously, we have known that people can make their nation great with their thinking, dreaming, achieving.
In a country like India, which now has a population of more than 100 crore, those in the 15 to 30 age-group are its youth who constitute 40 percent of the total population. They are available for handling various tasks of development—local, regional and national. People are grown trees whereas students are seeds. A good seed gives a good tree, good tree gives good fruit. A student becomes a good citizen, a good citizen makes a better society. A good student grows up to be a good citizen and such good citizens can form a society which is graft-less, politically balanced, economically standard and stands on moral grounds. The students are the prospective heirs of nation. So they should be well equipped with sound moral, political and economical views. They are the pillars on which beautiful edifices will be built. Education must build the nation through such men and women who are mentally alert, physically sound, morally and spiritually awake. Our future prosperity and welfare of the...
...Role of youth in nationbuilding
I thought it would be better to discuss the role of youth in nation’s building. According to me, “Youth is that spark which needs no ignition”.Youth is that clay which can be molded in either shape one wants. In my belief, this is the sole reason for both exploitation and utilization of youth in the destruction and construction of anynation respectively.
Yes, I agree that, youth is not given a proper chance to prove their potentials in countries like ours, but, “The young” , according to Pearl S. Buck, (a Nobel Laureate in literature) “do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore they attempt the impossible, and achieve it, generation after generation”.
Isn’t this single quotation of her is sufficient to motivate the whole nation? Or do we still need motivational quotes like the one above to recall our own potentials to attempt the impossible and achieve the success? It seems highly surprising that, we, the youth fail to display the same enthusiasm in nation’s building which we often display for getting ahead in traffic? Have we really forgotten our responsibility towards our nation or that we are knowingly skipping the tasks to achieve development? It is observed that, the youth who always fight for enjoying their rights,...
ROLE OF THE YOUTH IN NATIONBUILDING
The young people may be inspired and encouraged to adopt villages or other suitable units of operation, where they may concentrate on the improvement of physical and social environment. This will lead to socio-economic progress and help to channelize the energies, enthusiasm and idealism of the youth in the task of nation-building. It is certain that theyouth will make full use of the diverse opportunities offered to them. If would make the task of nation-building easier and quicker. Our government spends a large amount of money on a number of organizations that are given charge of implementation of various schemes and programmes concerning national development. Involvement of the youth and their organizations would cost less in terms of money as well. Astray. It would also help develop in them a nationalist outlook. Such a step would speed up the process of socio-economic regeneration and democratic decentralisation.Such involvement of the young people would generate a sense of pride and self-confidence in them, provided it is accorded adequate appreciation. It would raise tfieir morale as well. At the same time the sense of patriotism and of being useful to the society would inhibit them from going By enlisting the cooperation and involvement of the massive youth army, the...
...Grade 8 Rational Number
Natural numbers are a collection of all positive numbers starting from 1. Whole numbers are a collection of all natural numbers including 0. Rational numbers are the numbers that can be written in
p form, where p and q are q
integers and q 0 Closure property 1. Whole numbers are closed under addition and multiplication. However, they are not closed under subtraction and division. 2. Integers are also closed under addition and multiplication. However, they are not closed under subtraction and division. 3. Rational numbers: i. Rational numbers are closed under addition.
2 5 3 2 3 4
19 is a rational number. 10 11 is rational number. 20
2 is a rational number. 5
Rational numbers are closed under subtraction.
Rational numbers are closed under multiplication.
Rational numbers are not closed under division. For example, 2 0 is not defined.
Commutativity 1. Whole numbers are commutative under addition and multiplication. However, they are not commutative under subtraction and division. 2. Integers are commutative under addition and multiplication. However, they are not commutative under subtraction and division. 3. Rational numbers: i. Rational numbers are commutative under addition.
2 3 3 2 3 2 2 3 5 6
Rational numbers are not commutative under multiplication.
3 4 3 4 5 2 5 2
7 5 and 4 2 5 2
3 4 1 4
Rational numbers are commutative...
...Science Quiz Qualifier for the Division Science Quiz and Fair
1. Santigao Central Elementary School – Aldrich M. Boyles - 34
2. Doña Telesfora L. Ong Oh Elementary School – 28
3. Jose Ong Oh Elementary School - Angie M. Mordeno – 23
4. La Paz Elementary School – Algenn L. Moron – 22
5. Jagupit Elementary School – Olga Angeline Angay – 21
1. La Paz Elementary School – John Lloyd C. Panlaran – 41
2. Santigao Central Elementary School – Kenneth Boyles – 35
3. Prospero D. Salas Elementary School – Dax Aron Ucas – 23
4. Doña Telesfora L. Ong Oh Elementary School – Reygeldin Tupos – 19
5. Jagupit Elementary School – Shaina Mae Generalao – 18
1. La Paz Elementary School – John Lloyd C. Panlaran – 41
2. Santiago Central Elementary School – Kenneth Boyles – 35
3. Prospero de Salas Elementary School – Dax Aron L. Ucat – 23
4. Doña Telesfora L. Ong Oh Elementary School – Reygeldin Tupos – 19
5. Jagupit Elementary School – Shaina Mae Generalao - 18
1. Jagupit Elementary School – Jeha Dela Peña – 39
2. Prospero D. Salas Elementary School – Ralph Maglinte – 31
3. Doña Telesfora L. Ong Oh Elementary School – Joyce Kate Cagampang – 27
4. La Paz Elementary School – Kirche May Ablo – 26
5. Santigao Central Elementary School – Mary Joy Ravidaz – 18
Jose Ong Oh Elementary School – Nova Sanoria – 18
Las Nieves West District
1. Lingayao Elementary School – Abie Rose S. Balacuit – 30
2. Mat-i Central...
...that India’s present population is about 121 crores. Those between the ages of 15 to 25 form almost half of the total population. For our purposes we count them all as the youth. These comprise students, employees, workers, farmers and others, including the unemployed. They are energetic, enthusiastic and full of zeal.
Unfortunately a large number of them are without any direction. It is dangerous to allow them to remain idle. A large number of them are capable, devoted, dedicated idealists and are fond of work. It is a great national wastage if these energetic hands and brains are not provided with some sort of work to meet the needs of the nation. What is needed is that they should be given some constructive work. This massive manpower can do wonders if harnessed for development work. Indian youth have never lagged behind when called upon to meet a challenge. It is for the national leaders to play their part by providing them with a direction.
If we exclude the youth, the rest of the population of India will comprise old people and children. They cannot be called the real manpower of the nation. So we may say that if the youth of the country are not enthused to devote their energies to the task of national reconstruction, the whole manpower of the nation is being wasted.
The task of nationbuilding is enormous and can be divided into many...
...“Youth is that spark which needs no ignition”.Youth is that clay which can be molded in either shape one wants. This is the sole reason for both exploitation and utilization of youth in the destruction and construction of any nation respectively. youth is not given a proper chance to prove their potentials in countries like ours, but, “The young” , according to Pearl S. Buck, (a Nobel Laureate in literature) “do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore they attempt the impossible, and achieve it, generation after generation”.
this single quotation of her is sufficient to motivate the whole nation? Or do we still need motivational quotes like the one above to recall our own potentials to attempt the impossible and achieve the success? It seems highly surprising that, we, the youth fail to display the same enthusiasm in nation’s building which we often display for getting ahead in traffic? Have we really forgotten our responsibility towards our nation or that we are knowingly skipping the tasks to achieve development? It is observed that, the youth who always fight for enjoying their rights, never wish to take up the pains of responsibility.
According to me, Indian youth is socially responsible and moreover is working complicatedly to see India attain the developed status. Many educated youth had...