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Competition With Yourself - Reveda Bhatt

Competition leads to progress. No one doubts it. But is it with your peers? No, it is not. This is because each day, you need to become a better version of no one but yourself. Everything you do is to fight against the 'you' of yesterday and become a better version today. Everyone is at a war of survival -well, even against others but mainly against yourself - b ut for progress, we need to believe that we are not perfect but capable enough to become better. Know that from the minute you were born, you are put up on a boat across a vast ocean-people might help you get on it at the start, but it is you who has to paddle across, facing every tide and making sure you do not sink until the end of it! BE IMPERFECTLY PERFECT! Image from the

Living in the present, leaving the past in the dust - Rishona Chopra

Life is like a piano. You are the master; you choose the keys and create your own tune. But to make that memorable tune, you must first learn life's chords and rhythm. Understand the essence and be patient; only you can be the master and create a marvellous theme. It is our world, our decisions and our choices that we have to make. One cannot make a choice for us, but we should always lend an ear to good advice. Life is like an open book. It starts with an introduction followed by the growth of the story and, in the end, a conclusion. Whether we plan to make it a horror, fantasy, comedy, happy, emotional, or any other way is up to us. But we notice in the story that one is never alone; there are a thousand helpers. The pianist can only make a good tune with the piano's keys, and each key is critical. Do the keys fight with each other? No, they all know they are equally important, and the song is incomplete without any of them. Therefore, we should understand that no one is the

Happiness - Piyush Nishad

I wanted to share my achievement story, which gave me happiness. I was 8 years old and had to go to a competition. I wanted to give the best in the race. Surprisingly, I came third and got a medal which made me extremely happy, and I will never forget it. Name: Piyush Nishad Grade: 5E Billabong High International School, Thane

Determination - Anvesha Rana

          "Victory is always possible for the person who refuses to stop fighting." Life is about success, failure and more success. The key to facing all of it is the determination to rise after one falls and start right from square one. We may receive awards or we may not, but definitely at some point in life we will receive failure and when we do, we all should remember to embrace it. Failure is not the opposite of success, it is a part of success. Only after you fail, you succeed and only after you succeed, you fail but what matters most is that you continue your quest of accomplishing your dreams. 50 years down the lane you will be more disappointed about the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do and when you start fulfilling your ambitions, you may even realize that life is too short for everything.  An ordinary person who demonstrated extraordinary determination was Steve Jobs. He dropped out of college and started Apple Computer, Inc. with Steve Wozniak

Cooperation - Dakshita Sirvi

Cooperation is the special bond between two or more persons to maintain creativity in their work. It means working together to achieve a common goal. Cooperation and competition both play an important role in our life. Competition forces us to improve our services and products hence benefiting us. But cooperation makes us work together and faster, it increases our patience and makes us compatible with our partners. We all know that one plus one is two hence greater than one this means working in a group makes your work greater and complete it faster. Eg. If I have to find a book in a library alone it would take me a long time but if I along with my friends find it together then it would be found in less time. However, in comparison cooperation is more effective than competition. It benefits not only a single person but the whole society. So everyone should be taught to co-operate not to compete. Dakshita Sirvi Class IX B The Fabindia School  (Graphic made by Garima Kanwar o

My hobby - Tiya Sompura

I love to draw. This time I participated in a Tattoo Making Competition. I had many options, but I love butterflies, so I drew a butterfly as a tattoo. If I ever get a chance to get a tattoo, I will tell the tattoo artist to draw a butterfly on my hand. I will tell him to draw the same butterfly which I have drawn. This type of competition enhances our creativity and gives us a chance to bring our imagination and art into reality.  Tiya Sompura Class VII The Fabindia School