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Pleasures Of Reading Essay

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Pleasures of Reading
Happy is the man who acquires the habit of reading, when he is young.He has secured a life long source of pleasure, instruction and inspiration.Reading provides great pleasure to all intellectual and cultured people.It's the highest kind of pleasure.It also gives pleasure and very important knowledge to less educated people to read things of their choices.Reading is the best means of passing time and building knowledge.The book is the best way to minimize our stress or concern.
We can make it our best friend. So long as we have our beloved best friend, we need never feel lonely.We always have a pleasant occupation of leisure moments, so that we need never feel beloved. If we spend time on reading than we can be the possessor of great wealth more precious than gold, not with silver and precious stones but we can get rich with much more valuable things ...view middle of the document...

As we need plain, whole some food for the body, so we must have serious reading for the mind.and here we can choose according to our taste and choice.There area many noble books on history, biography, philosophy, religion, travel and science.Which we ought to read and which will give us not only pleasure but knowledge.and we can develop a taste for serious reading, So that in the end it will give us more solid pleasure than even novels and books of fiction do not.Poetry should never be neglected, for the best poetry gives us noble thoughts and beautiful imagination clothed in lovely and musical language. The reading of newspaper which light reading, gives the reader knowledge about human life and solves curiosity about practical things in our life. It gives information about events happening in all around the world. Newspaper reading is very essential, we can get new ideas and new thoughts while reading the newspaper.
Students can take many benefits by reading the newspaper. They can find jobs, they can about the political situations.readers of good newspaper are intelligent, active, curious and better informed. It helps us disseminating good ideas.It aware us about politics. politics is a great thing, it seeks our attention. We have to be alert for understanding it. It's a great fun, if we know about it.
Debating is also a very good thing, especially for students.It teaches us many things. While debating we explore many things, we can also catch someone else idea. And it can be possible that we can’t event think those ideas. We can improve our language and behavior only by reading.
If we make a book our friend we can never get bored. It helps us and guides us through every thick and thin. books are the most faithful friends.Our may chance, or die, but our books are always patiently waiting to talk to us. They are never cross, perish or unwilling to converse, as our friends sometimes are. no wonder a reader becomes a "book lover" but, "poor indeed is the man who doesn't read and empty his life."

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