Hope and Friendship - Bharti Rao

Hope is the optimistic state of mind which helps us to expect that something is going to happen. Hope is a feeling of trust, builds confidence, belief for positive outcomes. Hope brings us out from our pains and in our journey of life it gives us the courage to come out of our problems. Hope is the ray of light which brings us out from the darkness to a new and fresh morning.

Hope is a dream where we think of the possibility of an enlarged horizon. Hope gives us the courage to fight against our sufferings and problems. It helps us to gain confidence that our future will be bright. If we possess the quality of Hope then nothing is impossible for us. Hope will strengthen your faith and aspirations and help you to achieve the aim of your life. Hope will always encourage us and push us to overcome all obstacles of life.  Students come to school with a hope of learning. Teacher with his unique style of teaching inspires, motivates and engages his students engross in learning. 
A true friend is one who walks with you in your journey of life when the rest of the world walks out. A friend is one who knows you as you understand and accepts the way you are. He is there always to support and guide us even in our moments of darkness.  Hope and friends are interconnected and both push us forward to overcome our difficulties. In the school we experience many times when the students exhibit true friendship. They help them in their tasks and sometimes also hide their flaws. Friendship possesses the quality of honesty and transparency. 

True friends are never apart, maybe in distance but not by heart. They understand each other and are always there to hold their friends in their hard times. Friends are the one who laugh with us, cry with us and smile with us. Friendship has a huge impact on mental health and happiness. Good friends always prevent loneliness and isolation. True friends boost our willpower and increase our chances of success. Friendship is the bond of trust and loyalty. 

Bharti Rao
The Fabindia School

Good Schools of India Journal @ www.GSI.IN

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