Quality And Love - Rishona Chopra

 "If a judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid." - Albert Einstein 

We all have a beautiful quality about us. Something that makes us happy and makes us feel alive. There may be 1 bad thing about us, but there are 10 good things about us too. We all have a quality that we can always enjoy. Writing makes me feel alive, and my rate refreshes my mind. 

Today let us close our eyes and think, what do we wish to do that we could do all day? Reading, writing, playing an instrument, drawing, painting, or even doing nothing is quality. I have noticed that most people can't stay still and want to do something, even if I can't. So if you can stay still doing nothing for even 15 minutes. I say that's beautiful quality!

Take out a day to do whatever you want without any hesitation!

Apart from these hobbies, it is essential to have God's seven qualities in us:
Wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness, and truth.

Quality in a classroom defines the quality of work. Whatever we set to do - whether it is to write an essay or to do a few questions we should put our heart and soul into it by writing in clear and neat handwriting while paying attention to what we write instead of copying it. The quality of our work defines us.

Love is an emotion where you feel selfless, and this bond cannot be explained better by just saying love. For me, my mother is the most loving person and the person I truly love. I have no reason to love her. I simply love her because she is she. I love her for who she is, and I just can't find a reason why I love her. It's just a bond I can't explain. 

The bond between a teacher and students is unique between a guru and a student. When I first met my new teachers, I was timid in front of them. Till the first week, I was a completely unknown child to all teachers. Soon, when our teacher showed us her passion for teaching, we showed our passion for learning. I slowly opened up to teachers, and now I never feel shy to express something in front of my guru.

Rishona Chopra
Grade VI
Gyanshree School

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