Trying is better than Crying


August 5, 2016 by

Subject: Trying is better than Crying
Usage: Children’s Short Essay, Short paragraph, Speech/Elocution 2 Minutes
Mode: Medium
By: Sidharth Menon, Class 10, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Target Age Group- 10-15 years

As children, we have to always understand that life is always full of ups and downs. Throughout our life, we will be faced with many disappointments. Success and disappoints are just two sides of the same coin. Therefore we should never allow disappointments to win over us. Most of the times, thinking and crying over failures will not offer any  solutions but some times elevates the original issues making it more difficult to resolve. For example, an unexpected low score in an examination is just a reminder that we should work harder next time. Its just an opportunity given by god to show to the world that you are up for it. Face it with your heads up, try harder and prove to the world that you are a true champion. Where us, if you start worrying about it, it will affect your confidence, making you weaker. Always remember the words of the late Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam, the ex-president of India. ‘ Man needs his difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy success, that through difficulties and problems God gives us the opportunity to grow. So when your hopes and dreams and goals are dashed, search among the wreckage and try harder, you may find a golden opportunity hidden in the ruins. Trying is always better than crying.

4 thoughts on “Trying is better than Crying

  1. Guneev says:

    Awesome.. Good essay..


    • Kashaf Asad says:

      It would be Awesome if they haven’t mantioned about the president because I was gonna write it in my school compititon butt I will still write it in order to win


  2. Kashaf Asad says:

    Great essay for the competition in the school called YOUR ESSAY YOUR !!!


  3. Shikha kaith says:

    Well done… I spoke this in my school and I won it …… was very easy …… Thanks…:)


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