“A lie that is half-truth is the darkest of all lies.”― Alfred Tennyson In true sense, the word deception implies ‘make believe’, that is, convincing a person that something exists whereas, in reality, it does not exist. Deception is a simple tool for enticing people and trapping them to believe in […]
The aim of education should be building of character and not merely injecting of information. – Pranab Mukherjee. Education is a learning process that enables students and adults in a school community to understand, care about and act on core ethical values. Learn the value of respect, justice, civic virtue […]
Life has meaning when there is satisfaction. Everything that happens brings something new. The more the psyche is tuned to see and value this reality, satisfaction keeps going, whatever the circumstance might be. The person who is continually cheerful can inventively utilize all assets in the correct manner and furthermore […]
For the greater part, life implies essentially floating through it, battling with ordinary obligations and job and coming full circle in the last exit. Nonetheless, the chance of human life is too valuable to be in any way negligible endurance. As indicated by Aristotle: “a definitive estimation of life relies […]
Holmes is universally recognizable. His wardrobe comprising of the Inverness cape, deerstalker hat and the calabash pipe. With figures such as his best friend and housemate Dr John Watson, arch nemesis Moriarty and house keeper Mrs Hudson, Sherlock and his associates have become part of the popular consciousness, as have his infallible powers of deduction utilized in the name of law along with his catchphrase “Elementary, my dear Watson”. And yet many of his most recognizable features don’t appear in Arthur Conan Doyle’s original stories. So, who exactly is Sherlock Holmes?…….
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