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I found humanity today

I found humanity today

- by Anwesha Khadka

I felt hungry and went to the kitchen myself. All of a sudden I started wanting to eat junk food.

Never Changing Water Scarcity

Never Changing Water Scarcity

- by Prabhakar Chaulagain

Clean drinking water is scarce and there are millions of people across this globe who spend their entire day searching for it.

Nepali Forests in Food Security

Nepali Forests in Food Security

- by Republica

The Republic of Nepal is a mountainous country where the people have traditionally had a high reliance on forests for timber, fuelwood and non-wood forest products such as mushrooms and edible wild greens.

Bonding for life

Bonding for life

- by Tejaswi Pahari

One of the best relationships we can ever have is the bond between the siblings which is a blessing in disguise. It doesn’t matter whether you have a brother or a sister. When you have your siblings around you, your life simply becomes awesome.

Aren’t they worth it?

Aren’t they worth it?

- by Arati Baskota

After 10 hours of tiring bus ride from the capital city to Dhap, I could finally afford to rest my head against the cozy seat of bolero. The dark gloomy clouds hovering above us, racing with the same pace of our vehicle kind of frightened me

My melted acquaintance

My melted acquaintance

- by Prashasti Aryal

I was walking down the sidewalk returning back home from school in the shimmering, light rain when I met her. Frantic and panicked, she was trying to meet someone's eye.

Live your life wisely

Live your life wisely

- by Ishwor Luitel

As I have seen the SKY, A day of my life has just gone BY, I thought the passing were the sun RAYS, Never realizing RAYS were my memorable DAYS,

Heavy downpours!

Heavy downpours!

- by Shraddha Rai

I mean, who doesn't love when it rains! I just love it. I don't exactly remember when i realized i was so much fascinated with rain and everything that it has to offer.

Life- a Cliché

Life- a Cliché

- by Nirjala Adhikari

Sometimes, more than anything else, I find the word itself quite interesting. Of course word does not only mean syntagmatic form but also the connotation of it.

Inspiring new generation to change

Inspiring new generation to change

- by Saugat Singh Saud

Timoci Naulusalu, a 12 years old kid from Fiji won Fiji National Climate Change speech competition. He was a seventh-grade student when he addressed the high-level opening of COP23 in 2017.

World Bicycle Day

World Bicycle Day

- by Leszek J. Sibilski

June 3rd marked the second celebration of The World Bicycle Day since its inception by The United Nations General Assembly on April 12, 2018, by 193 state-members as the UN Resolution.

My journey with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

My journey with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

- by Saugat Singh Saud

With more than 1.3 million young people in 144 countries, Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a prestigious youth achievement award helping young people widen their skills and engage them towards being innovative, intrigue and inspiring human being.

Who is God?

Who is God?

- by Janardan Karki

There is no God up there. God has no figure and is shapeless. God is just energy. But very powerful energy- the energy that created us and the universe.

Attaining Saintliness

Attaining Saintliness

- by Sushant Thapa

Could we talk about a saint? What sort of clarification could I receive for my life? Has he known the world around me, any better? Does he stay in a different world and what separates us from the world which he lives in?

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

- by Pratik Mainali

I left my thoughts unchecked and it reached deep into the dark, desolate den of despair. Soon enough my heart was wrung with grief. In the delusional freakishness of the youth I found myself abruptly sobered into sadness.

How I changed my Dream to become a Diplomat from Doctor

How I changed my Dream to become a Diplomat from Doctor

- by Garima Pant

I was groomed and socialized in such a way that the only mission in life was becoming a doctor. “What do you want to be in the future?” used to be the most common question asked to those 2nd graders who were not even ready to tie their own shoelaces.