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Errors in our Education.
Have we ever thought that despite of sending our kids to school at very early age, they still lack in character and morals why?? This issue is a great question mark and when we think about it we come to know that the error lies in the arena where the kids are trained and nourished i.e. schools. The answer to the above raised question, according to me, is that the error lies in our education. Now why that I m blaming the education system. You all must be wondering that how our education system is creating hindrance in the way of child to learn morals and character building? If you want the answer, then just stay with me and you will get the idea.
The first and foremost mistake we do in our life is of sending kids to school at a very early age. We are throwing them in a cage in that very age when they are supposed to spend time with their parents and learn morals and courtesy from them and their experience. That early age is very precious age and that time cannot be revived. On the other hand, what we are doing? We are sending our kids to school at very early age and expect that they will learn morals and courtesy there. NO!!! The education system in which we are thrown by our parents is not at all focusing on our character building and making us learn morals. It is because at that early age when we are supposed to learn morals, at that age we are just being given textual knowledge rather than knowledge of courtesy, morals and character building. Have you ever thought that why those kids who love to wake up early and enjoy the cool breeze of life feel uncomfortable and chained while waking up for school? It is because of ERRORS THAT LIES IN OUR EDUCATION.
Now apart from this, the teenagers also feel the same while going to school. Although we are being taught and given knowledge on topics on the basis of which we proceed in our professional life yet we still lack in courtesy and morals. We are WELL-EDUCATED but not WELL-MANNERED!! We are well aware of how to operate machines but at the same time we lack in treating with kindness the low-wage workers working at that office or the place of our work. WHY is this happening? The answer is still the same, because of ERRORS IN OUR EDUCATION. We are, unfortunately, judged on the basis of our numbers and marks we obtain in exams while just memorizing the text. We are not at all judged by our character and morals. Isn’t it because of errors in our education? I leave this answer to all of you.
To put it in a nutshell, we all are brought up and trained in that particular system of education where we are taught to memorize the chapter or poem rather than being advised to learnt the motto or moral behind that lesson. We are taught tons of formulas and techniques to solve a particular word problem of our syllabus but we are never taught how to solve the problems of life which means we are even unable manage our finances at our own as we are not taught how to manage finances and tackle every problem of life with kindness and braveness.
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The hidden talent
A fact which the system of value consensus has produced is that our nation is injected with skills and abilities beyond a common interpretation. Regardless of any field, be it academia or entertainment, Pakistani people present all over the world seem to dominate their competitors and make their way up the hierarchy. It is not mandatory for a particular ability to have its recognition amongst the masses; it can be unique in itself too.
I think it is quite fair to assume that the person reading this is aware of tik-tok. So yeah, lets not waste any time addressing the obvious. In a nutshell, tik-tok is a platform of entertainment introduced in 2016. Contrary to the popular opinion, it has definitely extracted a handful of talented individuals we might not have known.
Who is Phollu ?
If you have ever followed tik-tok or have ever seen the list of tik-tokers, the name of phollu must have crossed your vision. Tuqeer Ahmed, commonly known as Phollu, is a key personality when we talk about tik-tok. With gaining over 170.49K followers on tik-tok, Phollu is considered as one of the prime influencers in Pakistan. This 31 year old talented tik-toker belongs to the village of Mandi Baha Uddin, a place which might be unknown to most of you!
Phollu is not only a tik toker. He is a father of 6 beautiful children; 4 daughters and 2 sons. Living with him are also both his parents. His father is a farmer whereas mother is a home-maker. He himself is a farmer which is not just his profession but also a hobby. He also has an Instagram handle by the name @phoollu having over 173k followers. He is also a Youtuber but only uploads his tik-tok videos there.
What stands him out
Here are some key elements that answer a very typical question our society enforces upon known personalities: ‘ kiya hi kya haii aaj tak.’ (What even have they done).
Breaking the socio-economic barrier
It is difficult enough to gain economic stability itself in Pakistan, belonging to a poor family just adds onto it. Tuqeer has not just gained popularity but also has moved up the hierarchy of socio-economy solely by himself. He never acquired the help of any other dominant individual such as a politician or a businessman. His life justifies the famous phrase,” Being born poor is not your fault but dying poor is.”
Is he the next Shahrukh Khan?
Yes, the title above is a stretch I agree but the direction is quite similar. He tends to remain quite expressive and energetic in front of the lens consequently producing a marvelous performance. It’s not radical to assume that the same can be done at a movie set.
Handsome. No questions there
A staggering jawline, good physique, above average height, toning biceps; what else can you demand from a guy ladies! When it comes to looks, Phollu most certainly takes the cake.
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La cifra récord en venta de vivienda en la región para un año en pandemia - El País
Al final del 2020 se estarían comercializando en la región 25.000 unidades, una cifra récord para un año de pandemia y de crisis económica. Los subsidios, la baja inflación y el déficit habitacional que tiene el departamento dinamizaron el sector.
Pocos sectores productivos del Valle del Cauca y de Colombia presentarán este año los resultados que está teniendo la construcción, específicamente en materia de vivienda. En el Valle se calcula que el 2020 terminará cerca de las 25.000 unidades vendidas,
Somizi reveals what it is like to have a DJ friend: "Leaves you alone" - Briefly
Somizi is like a child according to Lerato Kganyago, he got bored during her set and tried to get some attention. Somizi shared the funny snaps on Instagram.
- Somizi revealed what it is like to have a famous DJ as a friend - Not used to not being the centre of attention, he tried to entertain himself as best he could - Lerato Kganyago said having Somizi as a friend is like having children PAY ATTENTION: Click See First under the Following tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed! Somizi took to Instagram to vent about what it is like to have a friend as a DJ. He shared some funny snaps online and added a hilarious caption about how his DJ friend just left him at the table. He had to find some way to entertain himself when he was out with his friend Lerato Kganyago and she had to start her set. He captioned the post with this: "When your friend is a DJ and leaves u alone at the table to go DJ forever.....you do what u gotta do to get her attention......this was my situation last night when @leratokganyago left for what felt like forever......yerrrrr" Somizi shared what it is like to have to entertain yourself while your famous DJ friend works. Photo credit: SomiziSource: Instagram Here are some reactions to the playful post: leratokganyago: "Who needs a child when I have you" ndriksie: " Tsiiiiii. Next time Im tagging along . Countdown Chomi, my star mate to your birthday " miss_l_jeke_: "You are those kids who want their parents attention all the timeIf they dont they act up " Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that It is always a good thing to be charitable but when it gets shown off on social media, it leaves a bitter taste for some. Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung was dragged on social media for posting the fact that he gave his waiter for the night a R600 tip on Twitter. The Idols SA judge and cookbook author shook many when he shared that he had a meal for R378 but paid a total of R1000, leaving a very generous tip. Somizi was impressed with the service he received from the student who served him that night. I know what it feels like to have your day made when you least expected it and when you probably needed it, and this young enthusiastic med student deserved this," said Somizi. In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Muvhangos Hangwani Ramakuwela shared some wise words before Christmas. Actor Hangwani Ramakuwela has taken to social media to share some much-needed wisdom before the festive season properly kicks in. The actor, who plays Mulalo on the soapie, took to his Twitter account to share his thoughts. Hangwani expressed that not all family members were able to contribute financially during the festive season. Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!
EFF denounces Facebook's 'laughable campaign' against Apple's anti-tracking features - AppleInsider
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has declared Facebook's attack against Apple's anti-tracking initiatives as a "laughable campaign," one that actually works against the small businesses that the social network is supposedly trying to protect.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has declared Facebook's attack against Apple's anti-tracking initiatives as a "laughable campaign," one that actually works against the small businesses that the social network is supposedly trying to protect. Facebook's ongoing media campaign to try and pressure Apple into halting its program of changes to limit the amount of ad tracking that takes place across Apple's ecosystem has already received criticism from Apple CEO Tim Cook and the company itself. Now, the privacy-focused non-profit EFF has waded into the argument, and has sided with Apple. In an article published on Friday to the EFF's website, the group spells out that Facebook's campaign, which largely consists of a media blitz claiming Apple's privacy changes will be bad for small businesses, is actually the opposite. Instead of protecting privacy, the EFF says it is a "laughable attempt from Facebook" to distract users from its "poor track record of anticompetitive behavior and privacy issues," and to derail pro-privacy moves that would be bad for Facebook's business. Apple's AppTrackingTransparency feature rolling out to iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 is applauded by the EFF, as "requiring trackers to request your consent before stalking you across the Internet should be an obvious baseline." By enabling users to choose which third-party trackers can or cannot function, the change "gives users more knowledge of what apps are doing, helps protect users from abuse, and allows them to make the best decisions for themselves." The feature is "one more step in the right direction," the EFF reckons, "reducing developer abuse by giving users knowledge and control over their own personal data." On the Facebook campaign against it, the EFF says it's not about small businesses, and is "really about who benefits from the normalization of surveillance-powered advertising, and what Facebook stands to lose if its users learn more about exactly what it and other data brokers are up to behind the scenes." Targeted advertising, which relies on such trackers, are thought to earn more money than untargeted ads, but the EFF claims the extra revenue doesn't reach creators of content or app developers. "Instead, the majority of any extra money earned by targeted ads ends up in the pockets of these data brokers," writes the EFF, naming Facebook and Google as two beneficiaries. As a "handful of companies control the online advertising market," the EFF says small businesses cannot compete effectively, in part due to the ad industry itself promoting "this fantasy that targeted advertising is superior to other methods of reaching customers," in turn making untargeted ads less valuable. "Facebook touts itself in this case as protecting small businesses, and that couldn't be further from the truth," the EFF charges. "Facebook has locked them into a situation which they are forced to be sneaky and adverse to their own customers. The answer cannot be to defend that broken system at the cost of their own users' privacy and control." In conclusion, the EFF reiterates how App Tracking Transparency is a "great step forward" for Apple. "When a company does the right thing for its users, EFF will stand with it, just as we will come down hard on companies that do the wrong thing. Here, Apple is right and Facebook is wrong."