Volume : 5, Issue : 4, APR 2019
There are two types of students viz., attentive and inattentive. An attentive student is very studious and reads round the clock. Such a student reads and keeps the books scattered around him in disorder. He can readily trace any desired book from the heap of books. Now, if a well-wisher voluntarily intends to help the scholar thus to keep his books in order, then the scholar restrains him lest he does not get the desired book in need. The inattentive student reads less but keeps book well in order. He reads if he likes. He reads not if he likes not. Rather such an inattentive student is always busy with the duster to make the books free from dust and showcased. Thus disorderliness of books confirm read and orderliness signifies unread. Here lies the triumph of disorder over order.
DISORDER, ORDER, CONFUSE, JUMBLE, DISREGARD, IRREGULARITY, DISTURBANCE.
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