My Reading Room
I am a high school student. I live with my family in a tin-shed building of a spacious house. Here I have a separate reading room at the south end of our house. It is open to two sides with a door and a window and beside it is our family garden. The room is not very big but I have furnished it as my liking. It has a chair, a table, a ceiling fan, a single bed, a book-shelf, a wall clock and other necessary things. All of my books are kept in a wooden book-self. I have also another small shelf made of wood and glass in which I keep my scientific equipment and necessary working tools with which I, sometimes, run experiment on different scientific facts. So my reading room is also a mini laboratory. My sports equipment is kept under the cot. There are also some photographs of the world famous personalities hung on the wall in my reading room. A number of charts and some of my selected drawings and paintings are also placed with them. I feel easy and comfortable in my reading room. I enjoy staying in it whether I study or take a rest or do other works as sweet odor of blooming flowers from the garden always drifts into my room. When there is no pressure of study I, with my younger brother and sister, and sometimes with friends gossip here. I hardly sleep in my reading room at night unless guests crowd our house. I think my reading room is an ideal one for studying with a mind full of joy and concentration.
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The more anger towards the past you carry in your heart, the less capable you are of loving in the present.
― Barbara De Angelis
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