Our earth is a pleasant place, where everything is found, everything that we love, and everything that we please, including our own understanding. Earth day is not only about us, as human beings occupying the world around us. It is about our planet, our universe, and our mother earth. Earth day was first celebrated in 1970, 43 years ago, it is celebrated in 192 countries around the world.
Earth day was celebrated at our school on the 22nd of April 2013. This year was quite different than the past 6 years or more, there was more thrill and excitement which had interfered with our school environment, something greener was formed more than ever, earth at that day became everything we wanted it to be, saving it was only thing occupying our minds, and filling it with hope for the near future. Some acts filled with humanity were taken into consideration. Loving something doesn’t usually acquire a huge amount of accomplishment, by a single word, by a single action; love can be spread to the world. Looking back and remembering that day, happiness was our path and serendipity was our new way of dealing with everything involving our planet, walking down the hallways at school at that day looking closely, what I mostly remember is one single smile shared between millions of people, children indeed.
At that day younger grades were full of happiness, as I entered the school. I could see the patterns of joy spread around every corner of every classroom. I could see the delight in their eyes, and their kind-hearted nature expressed in each classroom and in each poster that was formed. At that day every grade level was asked to represent different regions or cities, for us as grade 10 we were asked to make a poster of an urban city filled with life and modernization, whereas for some lower grades some were asked to make a poster of the dessert and other of the arctic regions, thrill was injected in to our blood, the joy couldn’t resist being with us for...
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