confined but not broken

In these times of lockdown, we may sometime lose hope and feel despair and pessimism slowly enveloping us. You can never expect to succeed if you only put in work on the days you feel like.

We feel the same feeling at the moment. It’s not the time to waste, especially for us students. Just keep this thing in your mind that time has not stopped. It’s moving at the same speed as it runs daily. The difference is that you are stopped; you are not working at the same rate as you did daily. Just remember the exam days; the days when you were working hard. Just do that again, the only difference this time will be that you don’t have to go to the examination hall. This time, life is taking an exam, and if you fail in it then you will never be successful!

Just work hard and your success will be at your feet.

This is one of the most precious phases in your life. This is a unique opportunity to spend as much time as you like with your lovely family, something that we yearn for. Life has given us another chance to spend time with our family, so let’s not waste it.

This lockdown proved it well that we are only safe with the people living under the same roof and that’s our family. They are the ones who care for you and your happiness.

MY WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE OF THIS LOCKDOWN

I enjoyed lockdown with my family members, especially with my father. Usually my mother is at home, but my father is at the shop and that’s why I don’t get enough time to spend with him. During the lockdown, we played different type of games like ludo, carrom, cards, and many others. Meanwhile, my school launched online classes through the app – Zoom. We proved that it doesn’t matter how tough a situation is, we are the best and we will be the best.

‘SOMETIMES WE ARE TESTED NOT TO SHOW OUR WEAKNESS BUT TO DISCOVER OUR STRENGTHS’

This lockdown gave us a big opportunity to learn what we want to and to fulfill our dreams. For example, I explored various areas to enhance my creativity through different kinds of sketching, painting, drawing, etc.

To conclude, I would like to say: TOUGH SITUATIONS BUILD STRONG PEOPLE.


Aayushi Jain

Student

Delhi Public School
Janjgir-Champa, Chhatisgarh


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