1. Are the teenagers of Hindustan turning away from religion because of the influence of friend?
The purpose of this School Based Assessment (S.B.A) is to find out whether the teenagers of Hindustan are turning away from their religion because of the influence of friends. I have been a resident of Hindustan all my life and have noticed that the teenagers are turning away from their religion. They don’t go to temple, mosques and church although there are many place of worship. Hindustan is located by the Devil Woodyard mud volcano. There are sheds and a play parks for the children to play. Religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman power embodied in a personal God (or Gods and goddesses) responsible for the creation and preservation of the universe. The Caribbean has become a melting pot of people who have come from various parts of the world including Europe, Africa, India and China. These people have brought with them their religion beliefs and practices which have endured overtime. In some instances, new religions have developed to meet the special needs of particular groups. It is not surprising therefore that a variety of religions coexist in our society. Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Baptist, and Rastafarianism. During the teenage years, friendships are important for several reasons. Teenagers typically spend more time with their peers than they do with their parents, siblings or other social contacts. Therefore, friends influence many aspects of a teenager’s life. Healthy friendships can help teenagers avoid delinquency, isolation and many of the negative characteristics that are associated with this period of life.
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