The world is my canvas

This is regarding the cover story “The world is my canvas” by Benazir Raz (YW, December 12). Graffiti is a beautiful art of written words; it should be promoted throughout the world, especially in our country.

There are many artists, but very few get the chance to come to light and showcase their talent. However, through graffiti, as it is done on public places, artists can show their skills and talent to the world.

I think this art-form should be promoted on a larger scale and artists who are doing graffiti should be given a chance to beautify roadside walls.

Rabia Mumtaz,

Karachi

Grandparents are grand

This is regarding the article “Grandparents are grand,” by Naad-e-Ali Khan, (YW, December 19). I agree with the writer that the love we get from our grandparents has no match.

It is a fact that often they love us more than our own parents. They need our company and just a few moments to spend with them. The article really made my day!

Hasnain Rasool,

Sargodha

II

The article “Grandparents are grand” by Naad-e-Ali was realistic about the love of grandparents. It is so true that our grandparents love us a lot and the writer well described the bonding between children and their grandparents.

Young World always gives us wonderful articles to read, so I would like to thank the YW and request for more such articles and stories to be published in the future too.

Hooriya Naz,

Islamabad

III

The article “Grandparents are grand” by Naad-e-Ali Khan, was a sensitive piece of writing and touched the heart deeply. The details of bonding between grandparents and children were nicely described. I read it to my dearest grand mum and she liked it.

Young World is the best magazine as it is full of amazing articles and stories that we love to read.

Humaira Ahmed,

Rawalpindi

Balance is important

This is with reference to the story “Balance is important” by Linta Mustafa (YW, December 12). The story gave a very important lesson of maintaining balance in life.

Whether you are a student or an adult, instead of focusing and putting all efforts in one thing, one shouldn’t miss out on other aspects of life. For instance, students should keep a balance between studies and fun, and adults should keep the balance between job and family time.

Maryam Arshad,

Karachi

Published in Dawn, Young World, January 9th, 2021

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