The Summit Within | The School Boy

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What, according to the writer, did his experience as an Everester teach him?

Solution

According to the writer, with powerful determination, his experience as an Everester has instructed how to face the problems. It also instructed him to look inside at the higher-than-Everest inner summit.

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Some More Questions From The Summit Within | The School Boy Chapter

The emotion that gripped him was one of 

“The summit of the mind” refers to,

Mark the item (yes) not relevant.

What are the three qualities that played a major role in the author’s climb?

Why is the adventure, which is risky, also pleasurable?

What was it about Mount Everest that the author found irresistible?

One does not do it (climb a high peak) for fame alone. What does one do it for, really?

“He becomes conscious in a special manner of his own smallness in this large universe.” This awareness defines an emotion mentioned in the first paragraph. Which is the emotion?

What were the “symbols of reverence” left by members of the team on Everest?

What, according to the writer, did his experience as an Everester teach him?

Write a sentence against each of the following statements. Your sentence should explain the statement. You can pick out sentences from the text and rewrite them. The first one has been done for you.

(i) The experience changes you completely.
One who has been to the mountains is never the same again.

(ii) Man takes delight in overcoming obstacles. _________________________________________

(iii) Mountains are nature at its best. _________________________________________

(iv) The going was difficult but the after-effects were satisfying. _________________________________________

(v) The physical conquest of a mountain is really a spiritual experience. ____________________________