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Once, I had communicated a Congratulation Letter to our next door neighbor’s son for his grand success in his S.S.C. Exam. As per my counseling, he kept on his spirit in further college education also. Now a day, he is settled at Canada with his best performance in IT career. He did show his steady progress in his studies; but worldwide, there may be so many students who become the victims of ‘Wastage’ and ‘Stagnation’ to say, in Educational Term. After wasting time, money and energy for years, they people obtain nothing. Such Failures may be titled as Shakespeare’s play – Much Ado About Nothing!
Here, I represent some useful Tips from the said letter for those who may wish to benefit from:
(1) The grand success at initial level is not all in all.
(2) One must continue the same struggle and spirit in future also.
(3) Purity of intention and sincerity in action always bring good results.
(4) No doubt, it is said, “The good beginning is half done”; but it is possible that the ‘Half done’ may convert into ‘Undone’ also if the same spirit is not maintained.
(5) In literary words, it is suggested to such Primary Heroes to throw a wet blanket on the present achievement and look forward to new criteria.
Summing up, ‘Transfer of Training’ is a root principle in Psychology. Accordingly, the above Tips can be applied to various fields of life of an Individual. They may concern also to any backward communities, undeveloped societies or even nations if they want the steady progress. The base quality can acquire any shape suitable to necessities.
You know, “Necessity is the mother of invention’, my Dear Readers.
Let us depart, meanwhile…..
May 16, 2007 at 2:37 am
sustained inner drive to achieve more is very important in the long run
May 20, 2007 at 1:30 am
I really liked and apperciate for your interest, pataience and efforts for sharing your knowledge. You got knowledge-God gift and exploring it at this age for good cause inspires us a lot. I specially thank you for your good past experience with my beloved Late uncle Ahmedbhai. Your way of writing is clear and motivating – reminds me of my Najaruncle.
Thanks a lot and I pray to almighty allah to keep you healthy and happy always.
With warn regards,
Aliasgar Palasara (From Sydney)