One day after a high tide lots of sea-stars were brought to the shore. They started drying up in the sun. A boy, walking down the shore started throwing the sea-stars into the sea, so that they could continue their lives.
A person came up to him and asked :
One day a Pot-Maker while going to the market to sell his pots was passing by the barren land in the summer. Feeling tired and thirsty, he was looking for some water to quench his thirst. He had his donkey too accompanying him.
साहित्य संगीत कला विहीन: साक्षात् पशु पुच्छ विषाण हीन: |
तृणं न खादन्नपि जीवमानस्तद्भागधेयं परमं पशूनाम् ॥
'Schola' is a Greek word meaning 'a place for learning'. In ancient Greek villagers, farmers would gather together in evening after completing their daily works from their field to discuss upon the topics related to their life. They would learn living skills, discuss their problems to find the solution, may it be personal, family or social. They would learn arts in their leisure time, that is reflected in Greek's Artistic culture. The School word which is part of our life is derived from Greek word (scholē).