Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Managing Your Emotions - Ajay Vijayvargi

Courtesy: Learning Life Skills by Goyal Brothers
Success in life does not depend on what you have but on the ability to manage your emotions, how you relate to others. It helps in understanding others, their feelings and handling relationships. Social competence will have the biggest effect on everyday life.

Emotions play an important part in memory, imagination and all mental activities. Like our IQ, we have EQ. It also involves thinking about how you feel. You become aware of how you feel just by thinking about it. EQ helps you in using emotions in achieving goals. They not only help in finding out what we feel but also what we want to feel.

For example, if you know that you are feeling very angry at the moment, you would want to control your anger. If you are feeling sad at the moment you would want to control sadness and try to be happy. If you are feeling lonely now, you would make efforts to find friends. What you want to improve in your present state of mind will become your goal. 

Look around you and see how many facilities are provided to you today. But strangely the present generation is emotionally more troubled than the generations of the past. Children, especially teenagers, today are more troubled, more angry, more unruly and more prone to anxiety and worry. Why is it so? 
Teenagers or adolescents need more grounding in emotional management.

It means you should have the ability to choose the right emotion for the right occasion. For example knowing when it is necessary to be more angry or less angry. Wise teachers and parents maintain calm, do not lose their tempers easily when dealing with rudeness, laziness or rebellion of their wards. They remain calm but assertive, cool but confident. It has a better effect on correcting an errant child. Their maturity has given them a balance, they manage their emotions. Thus, what is important is the emotional management and control over thoughts as it is the key to happy and successful life. 

Ajay Vijayvargi
The Fabindia School

It’s Never too Late to Start - Bharti Rao

Today’s world is full of hustle & bustle. Everyone is trying to keep pace with this fast & moving world. Everyone is trying to grab each opportunity that comes in their way. Due to our failure we feel as if we are left behind. We start losing our confidence and feel that now we are too old to prosper. It’s too late to start again. We forget to remember that it’s never too late to start.  There is no age barrier to start. Always keep in mind that age can never stop you from flourishing until you want to 

There are many living examples who started and succeeded in their late years like Laura Wilder, Harry Bernstein, Gladys Burrill, etc. These personalities succeeded at the age of 62 to 92 years. We should never give up, we should always push ourselves forward and will surely achieve our goal with the light of hope. 
Surely it may be a slow progress but remember it is still advancement. You will always reach your goal if you have a positive approach and strong determination. Seeing you people may doubt your abilities. If you have belief in yourself and passionate, then you will prove that the doubts against you were wrong. 

If you want to make your dreams come true and become reality you have to face all the challenges, criticism that comes in your way bravely. If you want to enjoy the fruits of your hard work you need to be determined, courageous, hopeful, patient etc.

Bharti Rao
The Fabindia School

Sunday, November 29, 2020

कहानियों की जीवन में भूमिका - सुरेश सिंह नेगी

कुछ लोगों के पास नई चीजों को सीखने और नए विचारों का पता लगाने का हुनर होता है। जबकि कुछ अन्य अपने आसपास के सफल व्यक्तियों को देखते हुए सीखने के लिए स्व -प्रेरित होते हैं। 
हालांकि, यह सभी लोगों के लिए संभव नहीं है और उनमें से कई को अत्यधिक परिश्रम करने के साथ -साथ अपने गुरूओं और माता-पिता से  प्रेरणा लेनी  पड़ती है। इनमें से बहुत लोग ऐंसे भी हैं जो कहानियों से सीखते हैं। क्योंकि कहानियां संस्कृति को संरक्षित करती हैं और सांस्कृतिक ज्ञान को एक पीढ़ी से दूसरी पीढ़ी तक पहुंचाती हैं। संक्षेप में, कहानियां संस्कृतियों को जीवित रखती हैं।

कहानियों के माध्यम से, हम जुनून, भय, उदासी, कठिनाइयों और खुशियों को साझा करते हैं। कहानियां पीढ़ी दर पीढ़ी आगे बढ़ती हैं। कहानियों के माध्यम से हम समृद्ध भावनाओं और खुशी, दुःख, कठिनाइयों और असफलताओं की भावनाओं का अनुभव करते हैं। हम व्यवहार और परिणामों के बारे में सीखते हैं।कहानियां हमें आपसी मतभेदों के बावजूद दूसरों के साथ जुड़ना सीखाती हैं क्योंकि हम समझते हैं कि वे कौन हैं और हम इस दुनिया में कहां खड़े हैं।

कुछ कहानियां रोचक होती हैं तो कुछ मनोरंजक और  सीख  देने वाली होती हैं। सभी कहानियां हमेशा से ही लोगों  की पसंद रही हैं। सदियों से, कहानियों को ज्ञान के रूप में  इस्तेमाल किया जाता रहा  है। कहानियां सीखने को प्रभावी बनाती हैं, और इसीलिए बच्चे कहानी के साथ बहुत अच्छे से जुड़ते हैं। यही एक कारण है कि शिक्षक-गण  इसे बच्चों को कई क्षेत्रों में प्रेरित करने के लिए एक उपकरण के रूप में अपने आस-पास और कक्षा में उपयोग करते हैं।जो छात्रों को कड़ी मेहनत करने और सफल जीवन के लिए अपनी नींव रखने में मदद करती हैं।

सुरेश सिंह नेगी
The Fabindia School

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