Jubaira January 7, ischoolsericsonalieto Leave a comment Go to comments Although the heart may care no more, the mind canalways recall. The mind can always recall, for there are always things to remember: So I suppose you remember too.
It is beautiful though confusing. It is of birth and of ending. It consists of almost everything and can resemble nothing. It is a universal diversity and differing commons. In the essay, "What Is Youth," manifestatins of the said period were elaborated and described to give substance and meaning to the things that comprise the youth.
At first, youth is compared to nature's different faces: These all are part of youth but it is more than that. Secondly, relationships with the opposite sex is described as the first dance you have had, the first stealthy date, the first nervous kiss, the passions burning like fire, the holding hands ina semi-private room and talking with the eyes, the tossing in bed, remembering stolen scenes and sleepless nights, the first reluctant parting between young lovers, the possessiveness and jealousy and petty quarrels.
Thirdly, youth was perceived in the light of school life which is at times the shuffling feet of a girl, her whimpers and cries, her endless complaints, a boy's fistfights and black eyes in the classroom one moment and then his unequivocal friendship the next, the scrawls and chalkmarks on the walls, the crude writings and drawing on the board, a pencil constantly licked by an innocent moist tongue, the pigtails and fancy ribbons, the anxious hand fingering a book, the eyes focused on the board and an eager ear to catch the words.
Next, the relationship between youth and knowledge was said to be the ever-questioning boy, a boy rubbing his eyes, rasing his voice to ask: What is beyond that mountain, the moon, the sun, and the stars? God could not be a sufficient answer, because who made God then? Indeed, youth is curiosity and sober thoughts.
On the next elaboration, the youth is described as a child at play, rich laughter in the rain, vigorous running in the sunlight, a child's broken ankle or a lost coin. All these are just small elements of what the true youth is.
Finally, youth is described as an age or a period in one's life that is distinct and incomparable to other things in its whole sense. It is a boy or girl laughng and crying on the face of this earth, a bicycle, bus rides, movies, hitchhiking and reckless, aimless wanderings, a robust boy drinking sweet water of this earth, hugging the sweetness of life, lamenting nothing, because life for the youth is more laughter, while heartaches and real sorrows and responsibilities belong to another age, another time, another season.Ibrahim Jubaira.
Macario D. Tiu. In the story, Blue blood of the Big Astana, how was the narrator treated in the Datu’s Astana? A. In the story, A footnote to youth, at what age did Dodong decide to marry? A. 35 - B. 17 - C. 25 - D. 50 - Award.
In , Jubaira received the Presidential Medal and Certi- ficate of Merit in Literature and in , he was granted the Republic Heritage Award. He is presently at work on two collections of short stories, Chil- dren of Araby and Random Harvest, and a collection of . Jan 07, · Blue Blood of the big Astana by Ibrahim A.
Jubaira January 7, ischoolsericsonalieto Leave a comment Go to comments Although the . Ibrahim Isa Bio was born in April in Baruten Local Government Area, Kwara State. He obtained a Pharmacy degree from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and an MBA Succeeded by: Yusuf Sulaiman.
From his early youth, the Ottoman Sultan Ibrahim I "The Mad" (±) had been locked up in the "Cage", a large building without windows. When he was finally proclaimed Sultan, he sought compensation for his lost years, indulging in debauchery with an endless supply of fresh virgins.
One day, however, he had his entire harem. Aug 27, · WHAT IS YOUTH by Ibrahim Jubaira Contrary to popular saying, youthis not wasted on the young. It is beautiful though confusing. It is of birth and of ending.
It consists of almost everything and can resemble nothing. It is a universal diversity and differing commons.