The Importance Of Childhood

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Agatha Christie once said, “One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is, I think, to have a happy childhood.” Childhood is the best part of everyone’s life. It is supposed to be a time of enjoyment, innocence, and exploration. My childhood was an unforgettable experience. I got to encounter different things in unusual ways. There was nothing to stress about, I almost had no duties or issues. However, my childhood was different from others because unlike other children, I spent my most treasured years of life in the boarding school for almost fourteen years where I was raised and taught valuable lessons about life such as disciplines and manners. I have some of my greatest memories from back then which will never be forgotten. I will always cherish these memories of my childhood because I have learned a lot from it and it made me the person I am today. When I was about two-years-old, my parents moved to the United States so…show more content…
Some were very serious about studies; others were mischievous and there were also the students who wasted their parents’ money who didn’t care about their education. I was focused towards my studies, however, I was overly involved and great in sports. Therefore, I even joined some sport clubs in my school. As the time passed, I grew up and I started knowing more about the outside world, even though I didn’t get to go outside. Students from different communities and religions stayed together in a hostel. In this way, it helped me to recognize the various cultures and different regions in which it developed a sense of unity and diversity. In addition to school time, they gave us tutoring after school, which not every school provides for free. The tutoring was provided after school which helped me in the subjects I struggled with. Not only that, I experienced and gained knowledge about various fields. I was fortunate enough to have that opportunity during my hostel

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