Important Global Lessons and my becoming a responsible human being.

A few days ago, I was asked by a teacher in my school to come in and judge the Inter-house debate competition semi finals along with past pupils.

I said yes.

That happened today.

So a short post:

I turned up at school, appropriately dressed and then actually JUDGED two fricking debates as an experienced debater myself. Now to those of you who don’t understand my previous capitalization, let me explain.

My entire life, I’ve never really felt old. Or experienced in any way. Even after I graduated from high school, I still felt as if everyone was just looking at me as they might look at typical teenager who’s kind of irresponsible and such.

So now imagine my delight in being asked to be the judge of a debate competition.

Finally, all my efforts these past few years (before that I didn’t really care about how responsible I appeared) have been rewarded, albeit a little late.

The judging went smoothly (I mean how bad could it go?) and it was fun. And I realised how enormously I missed debating.

What can I say? I first started debating during my second to last year in school and since then, my interest in it has grown uncontrollably.

I miss debating.

Basically, I miss this.

I want to get up on stage and denounce Conformity and Dictatorship and advocate for human rights and such.


1. Your pretty darn straight opinion about a certain issue can get blasted away with just a hint of a new perceptive. Which happened to me. My preconception on one debate topic actually ended up being changed into the opposite.

2. There is nothing I’d like to to do better than to learn about important issues and talk about important issues in public. I know how few people can actually make a difference in this crazy messed up world of ours but still, as long as we have a voice, we should use it.



2 thoughts on “Important Global Lessons and my becoming a responsible human being.

Add yours

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Create a free website or blog at

Up ↑

Rishav K Singh

Project Theos


gay lawyer talks gay problems.

A collection of jumbled thoughts that you should probably read.

Nadisha. 19. Sri Lanka. Architecture student. Avid eater. Avid reader. Wannabe avid writer?


Reviewing anime in 100 words (approximately)

Just A Sack Of Star Stuff

Ramblings of a random teenager

Scribe's Canvas

A place for a little bit of everything


Provide real time stories to people combined with the latest news and analysis

The Pantless Anime Blogger

Reaching For 1,000 Anime Reviews.


Come chill on the couch.

trips and what not



The Lit Mermaid

books & other loves in between

It Started in Oxford

Lifestyle posts from a Brit in Georgia

Ana Spoke, author

It's time to get hella serious about writing!

Glitchy Artist

Screenshots of the Universe


Submitting to the Glorious Inevitable

What Inspires Your Writing?

A blog dedicated to writers...and the people, places, and things that spark their creativity

The Neighborhood

Society online's creative conscious.

wandering story teller

A few stories from my life...

Dimitris Melicertes

I don't write, I touch without touching.

Elan Mudrow

The Ridges of Intertextuallity

Jessa Quinn

Jessa reads... everything.

The Feck it Philosophy

Writing, short stories, poems, creative writing, novels, novel, poetry


Books. Adventures. Celebrations.

The Novelty of Life

If reading is your passion

Stoop kid confessions (Vogue Giambri)

Just a NYC girl afraid to leave her stoop

The Ninth Life

It's time to be inspired, become encouraged, and get uplifted!

Thoughts of the Fallen

A collection of nonsensical words thrown together

Avoiding Neverland

A nomadic teacher's thoughts on preparing teens for life

one chubby blob

One chubby blob voices her opinions among the millions that have already been heard.

Lisa Jakub

Writing about what happens when we stop acting

Chris Martin Writes

Sowing seeds for the Kingdom


Because life is too overrated to ignore

Lightningpen's Blog

Imagination becomes art when passion tricks insecurity

Grady P Brown - Author

Superheroes - Autism - Fantasy - Science Fiction

Indie Hero

Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel, Independent publishing advocate, New York City dweller

One Name A Day

Zeeshan Amit

%d bloggers like this: