“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” – Albert Einstein
With these thoughts in mind, we have this month’s newsletter out, which is embedded with the articles formulated upon the concept of gratitude towards the school community, glimpses of the history and the attention seeking notion that states not to look back in anger, nor forward in fear, but around in awareness. Hence, this basically focuses on inspiring, encouraging and transforming the young minds to conquer their anxiety of life, live in the moment, take a calm breath and be thankful for all the things.
Following these, similar thoughts might be evoked in the reader’s mind when they gaze at the concept of “Embracing Change”, which is an essential aspect of personal growth and adaptability. A change can be intimidating and unsettling, but it also presents unique opportunities for learning and personal development. Rather than resisting or fearing change, we should approach it with an open mind and a positive attitude. By doing so, we can discover new possibilities and broaden our horizons.
Always remember, the outer world reflects the inner world. Other people’s perception of you reflects them; your response to them is an awareness of you.
Last but of course not the least, there might be numerous things that may be invisible to the human eye, and when you take a moment to stop, to pause, to be present and notice them – that’s gratitude. Even though, the moment that you have taken out to read this month’s publication written by the students is simply a gesture of gratitude.
Each month our Journalism Club students come up with a Newsletter, showcasing their writing talents. Stay tuned for the next version.