“Great thoughts reduced to practice become great acts.” There is never anything like an ideal writing for a good writer. Some persons are naturally gifted with the ability to express their thoughts effectively and impress the readers. But even if, you do not have such ability, you can impress anyone. You can improve your language considerably by choosing your words carefully; keeping your language clear and concise; making your language real; appealing directly to senses; telling completely what you are trying to convey. Your aim should be to convey the whole idea, because “the whole is simpler than the sum of its parts.”


A great writer is always admired. He becomes an inspiration for others by virtue of his simplicity. His simplicity makes him admirable. But simplicity can only come when you are sincere and earnest. It is the end result of your truthful action. You can achieve greatness with noble thoughts and intentions. Simplicity can also be cultivated by constant practice, as it is your belief in yourself and your dedication to what you want to do. Your handicaps are never an impediment as they can be overcome by efforts. You are master of your thoughts and if you want to change them, it depends only on you. Never try to judge your accomplishments in isolation. Your achievements can be worth appreciating only when they are judged by others side by side with what others have achieved. Remember the words of the great thinker, Ralph Waldo Emerson- “Nothing is more simple than greatness; indeed to be simple is to be great.” Great thoughts expressed in a simple language influence people and start getting admired by them. You can also be admires. Same admiration is needed by our contributors in the coming edition of ‘DISHA’.

Wishing you a positive attitude to stay focused.


DR. (MRS.) SARABJIT KAUR
PRINCIPAL