Towards greater heights by Blessy R

By Volunteer Blessy R, FHI Chennai  Happiness will withstand, when you lend a helping hand. Money can bring anything to you. A luxurious life, the latest technologies, the best possible education, man-power and a lot more. But what about love, care, happiness and attention? It is something we get only when we talk to others,…

Wants will never have a limit by Lathika Jain

By Volunteer Lathika Jain, FHI Chennai I’ve been a part of the FHI family for two of their events. By just attending the two of them I have learnt so much! Things that not only apply to me, but to everyone. In one of the events, we had distributed water bottles to the kids. Looking…

The charm of childhood by Chandamita Bora

By Volunteer Chandamita Bora, FHI Guwahati  Children, to me, are like little explosives of energy – ready to burst anytime. Spending time with them is like celebrating eco-friendly Diwali – their bright smiles shining brighter than thousands of Diyas together.  Fly Higher India – FHI has been a blessing to me, and a mere mention of…

Learning Honesty, the Proverbial Way by Aashi Gupta

By Volunteer Aashi Gupta, FHI Bangalore  ‘Honesty is the best policy’ was one of the proverbs we used in an activity at our event.  The activity was ‘MATCHING THE PROVERBS’ wherein kids had to un-jumble the proverbs. Kids were pretty quick in identifying the above mentioned proverb, as it is a commonly quoted phrase in…

“Yours children-ly” by Ankit Telang

By Volunteer Ankit Telang, FHI Mumbai At every instance I wish to talk about children, the first thing that rings the bell of my mind is; “घर से मस्जिद है बहुत दूर चलो, यूँ कर लें  किसी रोते हुए बच्चे को हँसाया जाये |” To elaborate this wonderful couplet by Nida Fazli, “the Mosque, the…