An Impression

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“Children are like wet cement.
Whatever falls on them makes an impression.”
(Haim Ginott – Teacher, child psychologist and psychotherapist, 1922–1973)

As I was leaving one of our fabric workshop located in Pilikothi which is a Muslim area of Varanasi (Benaras), I met this little boy who was among a group of children coming back from Queens Convent School.
The oldest living city in the world often gives an impression of mixing cultures, just like the amazing eye colour of this child which kept my attention.

 

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2 Responses to “An Impression”

  1. Wow.. so glad to see this uniform. Even I have spent 10 years in this school 🙂

  2. designldg Says:

    I am happy to see you there and on Facebook as well and to know that you also went to this school.
    The kids I meet in this area seems to like that place, I believe that they get a good education there.
    Khuda hafiz mere dost.

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