"Mandela endured a lot during his lifetime but he never gave up, he sacrificed a lot along the way for the things he believed in, half of his life if you look at it. But these sacrifices are what made him a beacon of hope for the rest of the world. And even after spending three decades in prison, when he was freed, he had no malice in his heart."
"The night was once the source of my fears, with all of its make-believe monsters and horrors. Now the night seems to be my refuge from the day, with its all too real human fiends and wicked grins hidden in professional business suits. Now I find myself enjoying the tales I used to fear, stories of monsters and legends, stories of paranormal beings and glowing eyes in the dark. Is that how it's supposed to be? Do we all eventually grow to like that which we used to cower in fear from? Are humans truly so strange?"
Asma Anan Mohammed-From her response to the third task. Read the full story here.
For last year's words belong to last year's language
And next year's words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning."
- T.S. Eliot
Here is to hoping that this year will be filled with stories you cant wait to write. May you never want for inspiration. Happy New Year!
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tHIS IS WORD-PECKER!
Here is a list of members in wordpeckers:
F. Rabiah Roshen
F. Zeenath Imthiaz
Welcome everybody! I'm Asma Mohammed (12B). I've been a member of the writers club for 2 years and this year I'm leading the club, setting the tasks, etc. Since this is my first experience leading a writing club, I welcome any feedback, criticism or suggestions! I hope you enjoy the tasks. articles and stories we publish.