As the day starts I get myself busy in getting the things done, saying my prayers, preparing breakfast, preparing lunch boxes (according to the demands of the kids 🙂 the picky eaters), checking that the lunch is ready and handy when we return back home from our day out.

At the same time thinking what are the things that I have to do today at my workplace, all things lined up as the school have started, thinking of children who come to me for counselling.

And on the other note I saw the time, yikes have to rush things up, getting late.

Well this all make me think that how we work hard to make our lives easy and better for our children. My heart reach out to them all the time and sometimes I feel like holding them tightly and hugging them, it bring tears in my eyes just by thinking of it.

I just want to leave something positive in people around me, people whom I talk to, or people who come to me with their problems.

Never, ever give up…..keep on trying, no matter if you have to struggle very hard. You might not be able to do something for yourself, but probably others around you are benefiting from it.

You may not have all the things that you want or wished for, but yes you are blessed with lot of other things that others might not be having.

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS. You will certainly feel blessed.

Have a nice day.



Sometimes we feel blocked and are unable to move ahead in life. When we introspect we come to know that the fear is stopping us from going ahead in life, stopping us from trying new things. It is important that we stop and think about our fears, and try to find out the reason behind it. Being scared and getting stuck at one place can never  lead us to success. This is true for most of us.


  • “There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible: the fear of failure. (Paulo Coelho).
  • “It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. (Theodore Roosevelt).
  • “The greatest mistake you can make in life is to continually be afraid you will make one.” (Elbert Hubbard).
  • All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” ~Buddha.




These sayings listed above do resonate with us at times when we think that we are unable to do or accomplish things in our life, most particularly in exams. Life is just not about getting what you want from yourself or what you want to be. Rather it’s about appreciating what you have and accepting what you have got. Life keeps us busy by giving us challenges, sometimes present us with hurdles. But what we need to do is look at the other side of the fence, just to encourage and appreciate ourselves, no matter how little we have or what we are at that current moment. Don’t just stop in mid-way, rather try again, putting your best, knowing that you can do with little more hard work. Overcome your fears.

Sometimes our fear might be due to personal factor, where we are ashamed of our own inability and our shortcomings. It also happens that we are afraid of being ridiculed by our classmates, disappointment of parents or probably afraid of losing teachers love when we fail in our exams.

Think about what went wrong with your failure and learn from your falling  Remove the fear of failure and consider an alternative to reach your goals. Progress from that point, improving and enhancing yourself in the process. Learn to think positively and work towards building your self-esteem, which sure will help you in overcoming your fear of failure.



Experiences makes us a better person, prepares us, so that we do not in any ways commit the same mistake again. Only fools fall for the same trap, the wise man always learn from their past.

Learn from your experiences, If you do not, you will be standing at the same place, over and over again. The first step is recognizing, that you have made a blunder. If you do not have acceptance, you will never rectify it. Always take responsibility of your actions, no one else is responsible for things that occur in your life.

Try to focus on your experiences and what it taught you. Always remind yourself, of what you have done earlier, whether it was a feeling of regret or you had a pleasant feeling.

Establish a fact that you have the power to change the course of things and events. Depend on your own ability to overcome the obstacles, and learn from your past.

Do not commit the same mistake, you will be more depressed than ever, knowing that you failed again.

Do not justify your failures, and take full responsibility. Shying away will lead you nowhere.

Analyse why you committed that mistake in the first place, what were the things that you shouldn’t have done. Analyze the WHY’s and WHAT’s, to figure out the causes behind your actions that led you to commit that mistake.

Do not let yourself stick to the same event for a long time, rather learn your lesson and move on. Life is much more fantastic and inviting, than to be brooding over split milk. If you know what I mean.

Develop your self confidence, be courageous, and modify your personality.

When you learn from your mistakes, and think that you will not go through the same thing again, means that you are considering that mistake as a stepping stone, and preparing yourself for the future endeavors.

Know that there will be no Success without Failures, the same way, there is no use of second chance when you haven’t learned from your past experiences.