Online Children's Magazine from India
Many times we hear a proverb, moral or a fact but we do not give any attention towards it. But some incidents like fighting, which is very common, reminds us of the proverb "TIT FOR TAT", about which we should not even think, but see we practice it in our daily life. But some sensible proverbs like MAKE HAY WHILE SUN SHINE, EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM etc. that we should practise daily are ignored by us.
An incident which occured with me reminds me of all these thoughts and a proverb EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM.
I was 11 years old and I was in sixth stanandard. From the first day of the school I had determined that this year I will score good marks and top in the class. For two or three days I did regular studies but after some days I became careless and became more interested in television programme. I thought that studying one day before will be enough for me. As a result I got less marks in class tests. Then I thought that if I score good marks in exam, my result will improve but the exam was just after one week and our syllabus is so tough. I was not able to prepare myself well for exam. My hope was of getting 90% or above but I got only 72%. You see! this was the result of not doing regular studies. Now in seventh standard I am not going to repeat this mistake and please you too never make such a mistake. This incident reminds me of the proverb:
EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM
You may wonder why I found this proverb suitable. It is because I thought that just like the bird who starts searching for its food soon catches it soon, in the same way if I would have started studying earlier it was possible for me to top in class.
Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur.
Good. I had to write an essay. A Great Help.
Good. I can't write this good.
I had to use this proverb for an essay and this essay has helped me a lot. It just rocks!!
I don't have to comment as I am the writer of the article. I just wanted to thank all those who have read this article of mine.
I have to write an essay on this proverb, and your story has helped me a lot. Thanks for giving me these new ideas.
Soar high and touch the sky
AKHIL R. KRISHNAN
Well, I am in the same thinking as am a student of VI std. and wasted precious time always thinking that I will start from tomorrow, but I can't. I will definitely make it a point to start my studies uptodate to score more.
I liked your honest opinion and confession that you are addicted to television, now onwards no television or you will get good reward from me
Thank you every one
Excellent article. I too shall study well and score good marks.
Good work kid! You are right. The early bird does catch that worm!
HAHA are you serious? It sounds like 5th grader wrote it.
Its very good for us.
THIS ESSAY ROCKS
I am very thankful to you for doing such a good job for us.
A very nice article. I am in 8 std, couldn't have written so good.
A great help! Thankyou so much Swatiji.
Good essay but needed some more words.
Good essay & I said that every person to learn this and not waste time.
I LIKED IT.
I am also addicted to television which made me scored low marks in an exam I took. I have learnt a lesson.
i liked you essay but it is your life story and we can't add it in a essay so try to improve your essay skills.
thank you Swati for giving me an idea to work upon my essay
This essay has a really good moral but I think you should improve it a bit by making it suitable for grade 7 std too and I am in grade 7 Cuz it sounds too kiddish
Thank you so much. I was asked to write an essay on dis thankz fr d idea
IT IS LOVELY. I WAS TOLD TO WRITE A STORY ON IT.
Its really encouraging!
Good. Keep it up.
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