Suicides among school-children and the need to review school system

Suicides among school-children and the need to review school system

basketball player throwing ball into basketball hoop
Photo by Chrofit the man to call on
I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed. Michael Jordan, Basketball Player


As quoted above, failures should be taught to be are part of a journey to success.

It is worrying to see young school children committing suicide because of their inability to cope with homeworks and examination stress.

School should be fun!

The less ‘educated’ is my boss!

The less ‘educated’ is my boss!

The uneducated is my boss (Photo by Yury Kim on

” One needs good results to get into Science stream classes. So they can become scientists, doctors and engineers. But the ‘bosses’ and managers in organizations are from Art stream classes!”

“He dropped out to help support his poor family then. Today he employs graduates.”


Success doesn’t necessarily depends on ‘paper’.



“To those of you who received honors, awards and distinctions, I say well done. And to the C students, I say you, too, can be president of the United States.” — George W. Bush

If you think your boss is stupid, remember: you wouldn’t have a job if he was any smarter. – John Gotti

Graduated (Photo by Ekrulila on


The elevator is out again?

The elevator is out again?

Photo by Kaique Rocha on

When the elevator is out again, is it time to groan or to go with a sedentary staff‘s exercise?

Forget about the 10,000 steps, this climbing up stairs is even more challenging!

Nowadays there are inbuilt pedometer apps on mobile phones to track one’s daily steps… That is, if one remembers to carry the phone along when one moves around!



“The elevator to success is out of order. You’ll have to use the stairs, one step at a time.” — Joe Girard

“Just one small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day.” — Dalai Lama