I am writing regarding an article published in your magazine last week entitiled ...... I strongly disagree with the writer for a number of reasons.
Firstly, as Socrates wrote, work makes the man. However, in Plato's Dialectics he argued that, on the contrary, one must have sufficient rest to
Secondly, I believe that we need to 'recharge our batteries' in order to have the energy to work efficiently. For example, as an IB student I have so much work to do with CAS, ToK, Extended Essays and all the other portfolios, fieldwork, internal assessments, oral exams that I cannot devote enough attention to one alone. Instead, with exams today I am left tired and unmotivated. If I do not have time to relax and unwind, I cannot possibly do the work properly. Therefore leisure is necessary for doing a good job in whatever field.
Last Friday I went to the swimming pool the school said it owned before I moved here to see what it was like.
Well, guys, here's my report:
Size- The size is its biggest asset. It is an Olympic-Sized pool which will allow all you fat, physically challenged pre-IB kids to get in shape for 2008. In fact, it also is designed to accommodate disabled children like you Vincent. Even during the weekend it's open with enough room for you to play with your parents, grandparents, and all the uncles currently staying with you.
The pool is expensive (if you buy tickets from the school) but there is a discount card for students which gives 15% to orphan children suffering from Bird Flu.
Perfectly sited near an industrial dump. Is a problem because it was nuclear industry before the swimming pool located there, so radiation sometimes...