Jawaharlal Nehru once said, “ Aaram Haram Hai”. It clearly indicates the importance of hard work in one’s life. Be it to achieve education, to find a good job, to initialise a start-up business or to create advanced technology. Thus we can aptly say that hard work is the main ingredient.

Taking the likes of Bill Gates or Sunder Pichai or MC Mary Kom or even Shah Rukh Khan, they are all successful due to hard work and dedication. Hard work requires a whole lot of heart in whatever we do. The efforts and pains are then not felt. They are perceived as nothing and one is ready to endeavour more pain to be successful.

When Muhammad Ali was questioned about his sit-ups, he gave a legendary reply, “ I don’t count my sit-ups, I only start counting when it starts hurting because they’re the only ones that count.”

Neither a civilization nor a nation flourished without hard work. Neither a slogan too can be a driving force. Only hard work can and will.

Edison worked for 21 hours a day and slept the rest hours on his laboratory pillow. Jawaharlal Nehru worked 17 hours a day for seven days a week. There were no holidays in his calendar. M. Gandhi worked ceaselessly day and night and won freedom for his country. The hard work is a price that we pay for success in the life. The only mantra to achieve success is hard work.

Thus, it is rightly said, “ Work is worship.”



Procrastination, being Latin in nature, comes from the root words “pro” which means “forward” and “crastinus” which means “ till the next day” from “cras” meaning “tomorrow”. Thus, it can be concluded that procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing something until the next day. It also can be understood as the avoidance of doing a task that needs to be accomplished by a certain deadline.

It becomes very important to avoid procrastination as it renders a person unproductive of the job he could do in that period of time.

As the wise Seneca has said,” While we work our time hesitating and postponing, life is slipping away.”

When you procrastinate, you waste time that you could be investing in something meaningful. We know that the world today is condusive to procrastinating and learning how to overcome it is, therefore, one of the most important skills.

So, what tools can help you stop procrastination?

Personal vision helps a person enable him to understand his skills and priorities. Thus, one never feels lost and maintains focus. Try the To-Do Today method instead of long planning and prioritise those jobs first which require most of your attention. Maintain a daily routine to avoid such interventions and live a healthy life. Lastly, love yourself. You are the best gift given to you.

As it is rightly said by Gandhiji, “To do what we fear is the first step to success.”



Learning languages is so much fun. In today’s time, learning global languages is so easy with the help of advanced technology. Be it Dutch, German, Spanish, French or even Mandarin, the craze of learning new languages never fades away.

Learning new languages bring you out from your own environment and throws open the entire world to you. You can interact with anyone with utmost ease and can easily exchange ideas. The emotions are well served too if you can come on the same lingual platform.

“ He who knows no foreign languages knows nothing of his own.”

In today’s increasing interconnected and interconnected world, proficiency in other languages is vital skill that gives you the opportunity to engage with the world in a more immediate and meaningful way—whether in your neighbourhood or thousands of miles away – while better preparing you to compete and succeed in the global economy

“ If I am selling to you, I speak your language. If I’m buying, dann mussen Sie Deutsch sprechen.”

( Felt curious and excited to find out its English translation!!!!!! Here I have it for you—“ then you had to speak German.” Felt adventurous – didn’t you!!!! )
Learning new languages also feeds your brain. It helps you improve memory, problem-solving and critical thinking skills, enhanced concentration, ability to multitask, and better listening skills. It also helps to stave off mental aging and cognitive decline

“ Language is the roadmap of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.”

Learning languages create new roads to different cultures. It exposes to new cultures thus leading to appreciation for their traditions, religions, arts and history.
So, lets become a polyglot and explore the world with complete ease and confidence.

Adios Amigo!!!!
Auf Wiedersehen!!!!!


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School Code:- 80049