Pakturk International Schools And Colleges, Islamabad
Don't Be Afraid!
Published On Aug 22nd 2014
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He was not a naughty boy to begin with. He lived with his parents and his siblings in a red-bricked villa in Jakarta, Indonesia. They had all sorts of facilities; a big villa, well-furnished rooms, bathrooms with hot and cold water, a library, heaps of toys and of course best parents! They went to the best schools of the time. These facilities were like a miracle at that time. Yes, it’s a story of 1890s. Their father gave them their proper time and everyday, he used to bring gifts for them. Their mother was always there for them. She was the best cook. She used to tell them bed time stories and cared for them a lot! Among his siblings, he was the fourth. His name was Ayan. He was a very intelligent boy. He used to get distinction in all fields; in study, sports, debates and all types of contests. His teachers always admired him. His parents were very proud of him but, in his classroom, all students were not the same type. There were some good and some bad, some intelligent and some lazy, some proud and some JEALOUS! Ali was Ayan’s classmate who wasn’t good at studies. He always ruled the class and bullied innocent students like Ayan. He wanted to get rid of Ayan due to his marvellous performances. His parents gave him examples of Ayan and same was the case with his teachers. Jealousy grew in his heart day by day and one day it reached to such a level where he made a group of five boys and told them to do whatever he asks them too. Ali and his group went to Ayan one day. Ayan’s heart was beating faster and faster as they were coming nearer and nearer to Ayan. Ali asked Ayan to make space for him to sit. Ayan slipped himself quietly as he didn’t want any trouble. Ali sat beside him and asked him to be friends with him! “What a relief!” thought Ayan and stretched his hand. Now they were friends. Ali was bossy in nature and loved to dictate his terms to everyone. One day he brought a toy snake to school and asked Ayan to go to principal’s office, as principal used to allow him to come in with pleasure. He told him to go talk to principal and suddenly throw the toy snake at principal’s face. Ayan was shocked so he refused and turned back to go the classroom. Ali stood in his way and warned him that if he does it, he’ll not bully him anymore but, if he refuses, he’ll make his life hell. Ayan was afraid as he didn’t want to get indulged in any dispute. He accepted the proposal unwillingly and did as instructed by Ali. The principal was shocked by his act! He couldn’t believe in his eyes that a sober and sensible student like Ayan could do such a silly thing. He rusticated Ayan from the school. Ali was very proud and happy over the success of his malicious plan. The rest of the students in the group didn’t have the slightest idea that Ali could go to such an extent. They felt very guilty because Ayan was a good boy. He had nothing to do in this incident. They planned to make up for their mistake by going to the principal and telling him the truth. The principal understood the situation at once. He called Ayan’s parents to school. Ali and Ayan were also called there. The principal asked Ali about the truth but he refused of accepting his mistake and asked principal for any proof. Principal called his group and they spoke the whole truth. Ali was speechless! He threatened them of grave consequences. Principal asked all of them to not to be afraid of Ali because he had decided to rusticate him. His parents were very much ashamed of their son’s act. Principal advised Ayan and other boys to not to get afraid of anyone if they are threatened. He told Ali that he should have informed the teachers about Ali’s threats. Ali’s dismissal from school made everyone happy as they had got rid of the most dangerous bully from their school.
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Well, thanks Fahad. And we don't have co-education. If your brother is 13, he must be in the boys campus. But, maybe I know him from junior section. Or maybe not, if he was new comer in 6th. Tell me his name.