The Most Interesting Man I have Ever Met
The most interesting man i have ever met In our social life we meet many people everyday. The people we meet are not equal in nature and manner. Everybody has his personality. This may be pleasing or my not be pleasing. We accept everything normally if there is not anything most abnormal. Sometimes we meet someone who has some special qualities which make us much interested in him. In the last winter vacation I met such a man at Dinajpur. His qualities have made me much interested in him. Who he is: The most interesting man I meet in Dinajpur in Mr. Ahmed. He is a retired school teacher. He is an old widower. He is a member of the family of my friend Haque. He is the elder brother of Haque’s father. There he is known as Uncle Ahmed. As a school teacher he came in contact with different classes of people and gathered wide experiences. Now he is about sixty-two years old. But he does not look so old. Infect, he always looks smart. He wears tight dress. Everybody respect and obeys him as he is the oldest man in the family. I meet this Uncle Ahmed when I went to my friend’s house at Dinajpur to spend the last winter vacation. Qualities: Uncle Ahmed is satisfied with a little o anything like food and cloth. But the members of the family cannot satisfy him because he is a very fastidious man. Whenever he meets a member of his family, he asks him/her why be/she has done this and why he/she has not done that. All the members of the family are afraid of his why questions. So, all the members of the family are try their best to avoid him. Uncle Ahmed cannot remain silent without asking questions. Whenever a school going boy of the family faces him, he asks him academic questions in various ways. Everybody becomes fed up with his questions. If anyone fails to answer any of his questions, he calls him worthless’ or hopeless.’ I was also afraid of him because he does not spare even a guest if he is a school student. Whenever he meets a visitor, he begins recounting his wide experiences. He does not try to understand that the visitor may be a very busy man. He often visits busy people to recount his experiences. He totally forgets that he told and retold them the same story several times. As a result nobody likes to listen to him. Uncle Ahmed is a lonely man.
Conclusion: I feel very sorry for Uncle Ahmed. In fact, he is a lonely man. His wide experiences have made him very lonely. He can overcome his loneliness if he tries to write a book reflecting his wide experiences. Time will come when his experiences will be highly valued to the society.
The Magpie / The Doel
Various types of birds fly trees to trees in our country. Our minds fill up with the pleasure of chirping of the birds. The Doel is our national bird among uncountable numbers of birds. Appearance: The Doel is a small bird in size. It goes always raising its tail. There are long spots of white colour in its tail. In the neck there is a wreath. To the bird is much liked. Some of the Doels have long spots of white and black under its chest. The body of it is covered with soft feather. The male Doel is glitter in colour. There are nails in the top of the legs. The colours of its legs are brown. Food and living place: They live on various kinds of worms and insects. They eat pulse, mustard, lentil sesamum etc. the Doels live in the holes of trees. They also live in bushes of trees. In the winter morning they hop and chirp again and again in guava tree, in lemon tree and in the pools of bean and take worms and insects. Generally in summer it lays eggs of blue colour making nests in the holes of trees. Dignity of national bird: There are few birds like sweet voice of Doel. The Doel can imitate voice of other birds. The Doel is very neat and clean. Without this the Doel is found all over our Bangladesh. For these reasons the robin or the Doel is got the dignity of our national bird. Usefulness: The Doel does not any harm to us. But it benefits to us eating various worms and insects. The sweet chirping of the Doel harmed us. This is a member of national beauties. The flesh of Doel is taste. Sometime the cruel prayers catch the Doel and get money to sell.
Conclusion: Though the Doel is a small bird, it has a great value. So, we should be kind to it. The government should prohibit catching the Doel by law.
A great city is the school for studying life
This maxim tells us that a big city where one can see all goods and evils, beauties and charms at the same time, is the appropriate school for a person who can know a lot of information that surround him and learn all the aspects of life. A person, though he is ignorant, can come to know all virtues and vices by going through a big city.
A great city is the centre of commerce and industry. There live different types of people the rich and the poor, the rough and the gentle, the proud and the humble, the innocent and the deceitful and so on. There are multi-storied buildings on one side and slums on the other side. Moreover industrial civilization is developing in big cities nowadays. In big cities we can see beautiful bungalows, cinema halls, picnic spots, schools, colleges, five star hotels, hospitals, universities and etc. A big city represents each and every aspect of modem civilization. From these people one can learn art and music, literature and architecture too. In big cities, there are ample possibilities for employment and so. No one can be idle in a big city without a job. One can get a job suitable to his ability and taste and so and one can lead a pleasant life. In big cities there are well equipped schools from where one can get a high-class education of his interest.
In big cities we find doctors, lawyers, teachers, businessmen, philosophers, artistes and so forth. Also we find people who come from different states having different customs. As one has a chance to move with people having different culture, one shall be able to acquire a good and wide knowledge of life. A great city is such a school where one can learn all aspects of life.
It is evident that the life in a great city provides a scope for a person to study life in all aspects. It is said that home is the first and foremost school for a child. In the similar manner a man can learn the virtues and vices, the goods and the evils by knowing the things that surround him in a big city as it has various facets of life.
Meeting all sorts of people and doing odd jobs will enhance one’s capabilities and increase one’s chance of success. Moreover, living in a cosmopolitan city will give a sense of satisfaction which one can not get anywhere else.