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PostSubject: Matric 10th Class English Essay 2013   Sun Sep 15, 2013 5:16 pm

Most Common English Essay for 10th class..



  1. A True Muslim
  2. Quaid-e-Azam
  3. My Favorite Poet
  4. Courtesy
  5. Life In A Big City
  6. Village Life
  7. My Hobby
  8. Boy Scout
  9. Visit To A Hill Station
  10. A Railway Station
  11. Rainy Day
  12. A Road Accident
  13. Health
  14. Sports and Games
  15. A Hockey Match
  16. Television
  17. My Best Friend






A TRUE MUSLIM
To be a good Muslim is. indeed, a great blessing of Allah. The follower of Islam is called a Muslim. A true Muslim has a firm belief in Allah and His last Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him). He believes that Allah is the light of heaven and earth. It is his faith that Allah is the Creator of everything in the universe and is the Lord of the Day of Judgment. He believes that Allah is aware of his doing and actions. He avoids evil actions because he knows that he will be held answerable for his deeds. He fears only from Allah and does not do anything wrong. It is his belief that Allah is Omni-present and Omnipotent.
A true Muslim leads a simple and pure life. He earns his livelihood through honest means and-is contented with it. He controls his desires. He does not beg for things. He does not bring down his self-respect. He spends his life according to the teachings of Islam. He always bows his head before Allah in all the matters of his life. He reads the Holy Quran and feels a great joy. He gives alms to the poor. He is good at heart, true to his word and Honest in the performance of his duties. He is not afraid of anything except Allah and does what is right. He offers prayers regularly, keeps fast, gives Zakat and performs Hajj. He believes in the Day of Judgment and the life hereafter.
A true Muslim has regard for his neighbour. He never does anything that goes against their interests. He respects their rights. He shares their joys and sorrows. He is interested in their welfare and happiness. He does his best to help them wherever he can. He is always prepared to sacrifice his own interests for the sake of his neighbour. He is well-behaved. He is graceful in everything that he does. He tries to be sweet to others. He is not selfish. As far as possible he helps his neighbour in the time of need. He is not petty-minded. If he does a good turn to one of his neighbour, he never shows it off. He never mentions it. He does his good turn and forgets it altogether.
A true Muslim seeks knowledge and acts upon it. He leads a life of diligence, discipline and deep study. He educates his children well and develop them into good citizens. He tries to create a healthy atmosphere in his family. He is always respectful to the elder and kind to the younger. He solves his problems in a very intelligent manner. He tries his best to understand what is happening in the country. He is clean and pure in thought and deeds. There is no difference between his actions and preaching. He is fearless and courageous. He always speaks the truth. He does his duty honestly.
A true Muslim takes great care of the rights of his fellow beings. He does not deceive others. He always speaks gently and politely. He is sincere, true and kind at heart. He wins to the hearts of others by his good dealings. He always fulfill his promise. He is optimist by nature and never worries himself over trifles. He is a man of rare qualities of head and heart. He is a symbol of integrity and honesty. Even his worst enemies admit that he is not purchasable. He is reliable, lovable and sociable. He guides and directs his fellow beings to do the right. Consideration for others is the main aim of his life. In short, he proves himself to be what a true Muslim should be.





QUAID-E-AZAM

"The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flights, for they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night."
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a unique leader of Indian Muslims. He offered the Muslims and unprecedented leadership. No one before or after him practiced politics as he did. God had treasured up all the supreme qualities of a great leader in him. When the Indian Muslims made up their minds for emancipation, they turned their eyes on Quaid-e-Azam who cut off the fetters of slavery and brought his people. The gift of freedom qualities of a great hero by all standards. In other words, his personality was a beautiful blend of intelligence, determination, faith, morality and valor.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born in Karachi on December 25th 1876. He got his early education in a local Maktab. Then he got admission in Missionary High School. After that he made to England for Bar-at-Law. When he was in England, the Muslims besought him to come to India to lead the procession of the freedom fighters to the ultimate goal. The Quaid beat back to India and let the Indian Muslims through fire and water to their destination. The Indian Muslims were placed between fires. The English and the Hindus. It was the Quaid who freed them from dual slavery.
He worked as a member of Indian National Congress and later on joined the Muslim League. Then, he made efforts for a separate homeland of the Indian Muslims. He translated two Nations Theory and IqbaPs dream into reality. The London times wrote:
"The Hindus and the Indian Muslims have no religious dispute. It is speculated with the passage of time, religious superstitions will die out. There are some cultural differences between two nations. The passing time will bridge this gap also."
Such a comment springing from both the parties. British Government and the paper awakened the sleeping lions. The Quaid rose to the occasion and brought both the part.es under his severe censure. He said:
"India is neither a country nor it inhabitants a nation. This is a sub-continent where many nations live" .

He further said:
"We believe in one God, They believe in many Gods. We don't have cast system, they have cast system. We can't be interned nor interline. How can we live together."
This sharp minded, hawk eyed, unflinching and unyielding man worked day and night for Pakistan. It was due to his leadership, that the British could not weld the Hindus and the Muslims into one unity.




MY FAVOURITE POET

Allama Iqbal is our national poet. He was born at Sialkot on November 9, 1877. He belonged to a respectable Kashmiri family. One of his forefathers left Kashmir and settled in Sialkot. His father Sheikh Nur Muhammad was a very pious and religious man. Allama Iqbal inherited mysticism and deep love of his religion from his parents.

AJIama Iqbal received his early education from Mission High School, Sialkot and passed Intermediate examination from Murray College. His teacher Molvi Syed Mir Hassan was one of the most learned and pious man of his time. Iqbal had the good fortune of studying Arabic, Persian and lslamiat under the inspiring guidance of his teacher. In one of his poems, he applauded the love affection and care of his teacher bestowed upon him. Then he went to Lahore and passed his M.A examination from Government College, Lahore. He joined the teaching staff of the Govt. College Lahore and served there for some time.

In 1905, he went to Europe for higher studies in Philosophy and Law. He did his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Germany and Bar at-Law from London. He served as a professor of Arabic in London University for six months. His stay in Europe was of great importance. He was not impressed by the Western civilization^ He disliked the Western civilization. That is why he criticized it in his poetry. His hatred is quite prominent in his poems. He also predicted that the materialistic civilization of the West is to lead them only towards destruction.

When he returned home, he started law practice in the Lahore High Court. But he was more interested in poetry than law. Most of his time, he devoted to poetry philosophy and religion. He aroused the Muslims through the message of his poetry. In fact, he had great love and sympathy for the Muslims of India. He wanted to help them. He wrote many poems. He asked the Muslims of the whole world to unite.

Iqbal presided over the Allahabad Session of the All-India Muslim League in 1930. Here, he gave us the idea of Pakistan. He said that the only solution of the problems of the Indian Muslims was a separate Muslim State. He preached that slavery was greatest curse. The Muslims should break the chains of slavery. He pointed out the main causes of the degradation and humiliation of the Muslims in his poems "Shikwa" and "Jawab-e-Shikwa".

Allama Muhammad Iqbal was a great poet of Urdu and Persian. He was an inspired and creative poet. He dreamt of a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Sub-Continent. But he could not live long to see his dream materialize in the shape of Pakistan in 1947. He died on the 21st April, 1938. His death was a great loss for the Muslims. He was buried, near the gate of Shahi Masjid. Lahore. Every year Iqbal Day is celebrated to pay him homage. May his soul rest in peace.

He wrote many books such as Bangi-i-Dara, Bal-e-Jabreel, Zarb-e-Kalim, Israr-e-Khudi, Ramuz-e-Bekhudi, Javaid Nama, etc.

COURTESY

Courtesy means to practice good manners, refined habits and polite behavior. Courtesy, infect springs from good breeding, nobleness of mind and the gentile heart. Courtesy works well in all walks of life. To be more precise, to do one's duty in a consummate manner displays courtesy.

A courteous person is always kind, helpful and tolerant towards others. At home parents should be loving and kind to their offspring. The children should be obedient to their elders. An employer should be caring to his employees, while the employees should be sincere and laborious to their employer. One should be helpful and considerate to his neighbours. A citizen should be law abiding and loyal to his country. A teacher should be humble and sympathetic to his students while they should be respectful and obedient to their teachers. Good netiquettes also demand that we offer our seat to an elderly person while traveling on a bus or a train. We should not jump out of a queue or violate a traffic signal.

The Holy Prophet (SAW) is the paragon of courtesy in the Islamic History. It was the charisma of his sublime morals that transformed a barbarous nation into a civilized one. It means that our courteous acts and polite words can produce wonders. If each one of us acts upon some simple norms of morality, we may form a great nation that can stand distinct and successful in the comity of a nation. Someone has very aptly said, ("Goodness begins from courteous hearts').




LIFE IN A BIG CITY
City is one of the most exciting places to live. Life in a big city is a whirl of activities.
"God made the country and man made the town"
In the city the life is fast and artificial. Daily life is ever too busy, and restless. One has to fight against time and pace cities are the products of civilization.
Life in a big city is an interminable war in different battle fields. All the necessities and comfort of life are available to the city people. Everything is within the reach. Life is full of luxuries and is very mobile.
City has many things to offer from entertainment and convenience. Most advanced medical facilities are available to the city dwellers. There is a large numbers of hospitals and clinics in the city. The hospitals have highly qualified staff and the most expensive and advanced equipments. Other than the hospitals, there-are numerous pharmacies and medical stores.
"All great art is born of metropolis"
A large number of jobs are available in the cities. That's why its easier to find a job in the city. Very often people from the countryside move to the cities in order to find decent jobs. There are many educational institutions in cities which have a high standard for the students of all levels. In this way acquisition of knowledge is easier and better in cities. Excellent universities are present in cities for higher education which is a big advantage. The people in the cities are well educated. They are more advanced and enlightened than the people who live in the villages. Skilled workers and technicians are in great demand.
"A great city is not to be confounded with a populous one"
The entertainment is the most exciting part about city life. There are many entertainment facilities for everyone. There are lots of theaters, amusement parks, restaurants, shopping malls and stores in the cities. Other than this there are other entertaining venues such as football, cricket stadiums, arenas and clubs in the cities.
"Recreation is not only joy but need of a man"
In spite of this, there are wide roads in the cities with proper signs and signals. There are vast means of transport for the public that have lessened the distances. Necessities of life are easily available and in a variety.
"What is a city, but the people true people are the city"

There is a mad competition of getting material gains in the cities. Everyone is hypnotized by money and Luxuries. There is no place for emotions and sentiments. There is a strong contrast in different areas in the cities. The slum areas are present behind the posh areas. Life in posh areas is a bed of roses while in slum areas it's a bed of thorns.
"In cities life is heaven for the rich and hell for the poor"
The smoky atmosphere and the dirty and insanitary condition of cities because of factories and industries are pitiable. The lack of pure diet and fresh air are the deficiencies of cities. Hie poisonous and exhaust gases emitted from the vehicles result in health problems.
"Today's city is the most vulnerable social structure ever conceived by man"
Most of the cities are facing the problem of overpopulation. This is resulting in many other problems such as traffic, lack of housing facilities and food. Now, cities have unfortunately become very dangerous and unhealthy places to live. There are higher crime rates in cities which is a threat to everyone. The rush of traffic and heavy vehicles produce a lot of noise pollution. At the peak hours the noise of the passing traffic is so high that one can not even hear the either.
Everything has some drawback and problems are everywhere but these problems can be solved by honesty, education, awareness and literacy. But still life in city is very colourful and worth enjoying.





VILLAGE LIFE

City and village life both have its own attractions and pleasures. Life in a village may seem tough but it still has its unique charms. Villages are full of natural beauty - Lush green fields, vast plains, flowing streams are seen everywhere. Mother Nature claims, everything. The atmosphere is clean and fresh. There is no contamination and no harmful gases in the air. Thus, life is more peaceful and healthier in villages.
Man's heart away from nature becomes hard.
Pakistan is predominantly a land of villages. A major proportion of Pakistani population resides in villages because agriculture is the main occupation of our people.
A Pakistani village reflects the real picture of Pakistan. A Pakistani village is the very epitome of Pakistani culture and tradition. The village life is made up of farm houses, mud houses, uneven dirt lanes and ponds. Numerous Orchards and gardens of different fruits are found in the village. The streets are usually narrow and made up of dirt. There is fresh and pure food available in the villages which areifree from all kinds of impurities.
Villagers lead a simple contended and happy life. They get to eat pure, simple but a healthy diet. They live a happiness of their fellows.
The boy who cried wolf and the villages came out to help him
Women, in the villages spend their spare time doing embroidery, decorating their houses, making marvellous handicrafts which entertain them and also provide financial support. There is a temporary school in the village where only a single teacher teaches all the classes. The children sit on the jute mats under the open sky.
The beauty of nature can easily be seen and felt. The day begins with chirping of the birds and with the musical sound of morning wind. Rainy season is the most pleasant. The whole atmosphere looks clear and brilliant. Summer and winter have their own marvels. There is a season of sowing and harvesting crops in which there is a great hustle and bustle. Fairs, festivals and marriages are the special occasions for rejoicing and merry-making. Happiness is what you make it.
"Nothing is good or bad but thinking makes it so"
They spend a lot of time in the fields as their major profession is agriculture. They remain busy in their healthy occupations. In the evening, they sit in the choppal and talk about different local matters. The farmers take rest during their leisure time under the shady trees. They work from dawn to dusk and earn an honest living.
"Honesty is the best policy. If I lose my honour I loose myself."
In villages "choppal" is the meeting place where elderly people meet in the evening to have their conversation about the local problems. The life is centered around the big land lord who passes most of his time either in talking or in settling village disputes. There are different cultivators in the village such as a blacksmith, a carpenter, a potter, a barber, a weaver, a physician and a not very qualified teacher.
Recreation is not only joy but need of a man
Life in village is not devoid of its amusements. Although there are no cinemas, clubs and recreational places in villages, set one can enjoy long walks in the open fields, valleys and on the banks of rivers. Very amusing and simple games are played in the village which bring pleasure in the lives of the villagers.
"Happiness is what you make it."
The villagers are very lively people. Their liveliness is represented in their songs and stories. Villagers, although poor are not only hospitable and caring but they also like to share the sorrows.
This is only one side of the picture. Villages have their drawbacks too. The people lack new and modern facilities. There are no proper hospitals and medication centers. Due to the lack of quality education, the illiteracy rate is very high. There are no transportation and communication facilities. But rural life can be reformed. With a little attention villages can become the pride of Pakistan and it is hoped that things will change in the near future.





MY HOBBY

Hobby or Pastime is an activity which a person performs in his spare or leisure time. It is pursued for relaxation and pleasure and not as a main occupation. They bring a feeling of joy and satisfaction to man. Hobbies help us to pass our free time happily as when man has nothing to do. his mind is like devils one.
"Idle Brain is a devil's works hop."
. And hobbies make us bury. They add zest to dull and monotonous life. They stimulate the mind and leave an imprint upon character.-Hobbies enhance creativity and develop our skill, refresh our minds. These are a source of recreation for retired people as well.
Hobbies indicate the versatility of the individual. Great men were. well known for their hobbies. Samuel Johnson, the famous eighteenth century suit and lexicographer loved cats. George Lewis studied longevity. Gladstone, the Prime Minister of England after dived into Mathematics. Sir James Jeans was fond of music and Sir Winston Churchill was fond of painting.
Hobby also provides us information and help us to solve many problems. My hobby is book reading. In my opinion, this is the best hobby. It provides us information, gives us relaxation and helps us in passing our spare time joyfully. A person who adopts this hobby,
In fact, does not need any friend because.
"Books are your best friends"
I have this hobby since my childhood, when I was quite young, only about six, seven years old. In start, I was very fond of reading colourful story books and charming poems. I had a great collection of story books.
But with passage of time, I stopped reading those books. Now I read all kinds of books, historical books. Islamic books, books on science and technology, novels and poetic books. Books of poetry have their entertainment value. Books of travel take us to unknown lands, peoples and customs.
"Books enlighten our intellect and broaden our vision."
I have a number of books. Mainly I am interested in literacy books. Urdu literature is the most interesting. Poetry also appeals me especially poetry of Iqbal has its own importance. I am also interested in study of books on latest research work in science and technology as they increase our information.
I like my all books. I like most my this hobby because it is not only a source of relaxation but also a source of information. Whenever I am alone or have nothing to do, I take out any look and started reading it and my spare time passes joyfully.
Infact all hobbies make life charming and add to our happiness. They bring us new friends and make us social. But book reading is a great hobby because.
"Books are of Greatest importance in our life."





BOY SCOUTS

Boy Scout is a member of the Boy Scouts, and international movement whose objectives are to develop character, physical fitness and citizenship of boys. They are trained for the responsibilities of adult life after through community and outdoor activities. Sir Robert Bader Powell, a British soldier, started his movement in 1908 in England. Scouting spread very, fast because of its simple and noble objectives. Now it exists in more than 140 countries. International rallies called jamborees are held after every four years.

The boy scouts organization encourages boys to participate in vigorous outdoor activities. Camping is a regular part of the scout programme. The programme also stresses the development of skill in woodcraft, swimming, first aid, signaling and other activities. Scouts are trained in First Aids, cycling, swimming, cooking, extinguishing fire and other useful practical arts. They are also taught how to put up tents, make rope bridges and raise a flag. The boy scouts motto is "Be prepared" and the slogan is "do a good turn daily".

A boy scout takes an oath first. He tries to hold fast to his noble promise under all moral values and he fulfils his duties to God Almighty, to his country and to the suffering people. He is very eager to help the injured, the needy and the handicapped. He knows that a cheery smile and a helping hand can make life easier for others.

Moreover, a boy scout has qualities of leadership. He is firm and noble in command. He is humble and willing in obedience. He learns useful crafts and skills. He knows basic fats about trees, hills, rivers and stars. He is efficient in using a knife and axe, in trying various knots, in cooking food and in pitching a tent. In peace and emergencies a boy scout shows courage, responsibility and self confidence.

The Boy Scouts grow into loyal and useful citizens. They, are trained in habits of obedience, cleanliness and truthfulness. They are taught to be always active and ready for any useful service which may be required of them, and for which they may be fit. All scouts are equal, and are brothers and have to take a pledge before they become a scout to obey a scout law, and to be loyal to the country. A Scout's word is always to be believed.

A Scout looks very smart in his uniform. He always carries a rope and a handkerchief and a long stick is always with him for use in emergencies. Scouts salute by raising the first two fingers of the right hand to the forehead. In several schools, scout troops have bands of their own. The scouts render very useful service on great fairs. In short, the Boys Scouts movement proves useful for the suffering humanity. It creates a zeal for service and cooperation among boys and youths.





A VISIT TO A HILL STATION

"The best part of the beauty is that which no picture can describe".
My love of adventure is natural to me of course, the degree of love varies from person to person. My adventuresome one nature promoted me and a cousin of mine suggested to visit Murree Hills. Murree. a beautiful valley situated between the huge mountains of Himaliya range.
It was almost mid of July when we all cousins left for Murree. We enjoyed the whole journey from Lahore to Rawalpindi. We reached Rawalpindi at 10 o' clock. We rested for a while in Rawalpindi and purchased many things of daily needs.
We reached Murree at 2 p.m. the same day. The weather was gusty and dusty. The huge masses of clouds appeared in the winking of an eye. An inky darkness prevails everywhere. Cool wind was blowing Birds were diving up and down on the waves of cool breeze. And at that time, it seemed as if:
"Nature is standing in front of us in all its beauty and grace".
We put up at an old hotel "Sunny View". After having rested there for a while, we came out to have a view of Murree hills. The valley below hills looked like a great cup full of flowers and flowing streams. The beautiful flowers of eye catching colours were dancing in cool breeze and looking so beautiful, as the poet says;
"See how the flowers as at parade, under colours stand displayed."
Next day, we walked to Kashmir point and enjoyed ourselves with its scenic beauty. When it was dark, we made for our hotel. A gentle shower of rain began to fall. When it started-tipping it down, it also created a musical sound and that was the beauty and music of nature. After a while, it started raining cats and dogs and continued till late at night, but when it was dawn, the rain stopped.
After our breakfast, we went out to see Salmi Sanitorium. Salmi is a beautiful spot situated in a fine valley. There are fruit garden on slopes. On our way back, we crossed two fast moving streams. Their silvery water was clear and cool. The number of glowing colours looked as much beautiful as:
"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched.
They must be felt with heart." (Hellen Keller)
Next day. we went to Patriata, early in the morning. We enjoyed to have a ride of chair-lift. It was an interesting'experience. Running clouds, blowing breeze and bird eye view of Murree Hills. It seemed like a dream.
In our ten days visit of Murree Hills, we enjoyed hiking, and did a lot of shopping from Murree Mall. These moments are unforgettable for me. Those days were most well-spent days of my life.
Beauty of Murree Hills left a lasting imprint on screen of my mind. It will be commemorating me of the switching beauty of Murree forever, because; "A thing of beauty is a joy forever."







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