Taking risks is important because it builds our
knowledge. Taking risks is something that we all have to do in our lives.
Sometimes, taking risks is essential; it builds our confidence and makes us
better than if we never took them. Because it brings a good change and helps us
learn. Taking risks is a core element of human life. Failure and mistakes are
common when taking risks. We should not be afraid because we will realise instead and become successful men eventually.
"Great Success Always Comes at the Risk of Enormous Failure". Winston Churchill
Practice self-service to humanity and treat
everyone equally. Incorporate daily meditation and prayer into our routine, as
Guru Nanak did.
"SEWA" engages in voluntary services to help those in need. For the past several decades, societies worldwide have examined the concept of equality, debating bias in the workplace, social arenas at home, and religion. According to Guru Nanak, life's purpose is to become a truthful being and enlighten others.
"Dwell in peace of the house of your own being, and the message of death will not be able to touch you."
Shubhangi Kashyap - VIII B
My good school is a place to learn good things
and morals. For me, it is always exciting to attend the sessions of
good schools. Tata Stories inspire me to do something unique in life. It gives
me the passion to carry forward any work with sustainability and longevity. Like
Sandeep sir said, age is just a number, and we should dream big and achieve
Samriddhi Banerjee- IVB
A dream is not something you see when you sleep; a dream doesn't let you sleep. Dreams, the nocturnal
symphony of the mind, transport us to realms unknown. As we surrender to the
embrace of sleep, the subconscious weaves tapestries of imagination and
emotion. In this ethereal dance, the boundaries of reality blur, and the mind
becomes a canvas for the surreal and fantastical. Dreams are the silent
storytellers, narrating tales that defy logic and gravity, where the mundane
transforms into the extraordinary. Each night, we embark on odysseys of the
mind, encountering phantoms of the past and visions of the future.
Aryan Kumar - VII A