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Where There's a Will There's a Way

  • Date Submitted: 09/18/2012 03:36 AM
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Where there is a will there is a way, i.e whenever we are determined to do a thing, however difficult it may be and even impossible we shall find a way to do it.

A mere wish or desire is not enough, there must be strong will, determination, devotion and dedication to get it fulfilled.

            A student may think that to secure a first rank is beyond his reach.
A doctor may be of opinion that a particular disease is incurable. A student from poor family may think to go abroad for higher studies is not possible.

A graduate may be of opinion to get a higher profile job is impossible. If each one of these make a strong will to achieve his goal and applies himself to it wholeheartedly it is certain that success will crown his efforts.

          Often we fail because our wish to succeed is not strong enough. It is like   a thin feeble stream of water which is turned aside or blocked by every small obstacle.

Napoleon said the word impossible was not found in his dictionary.

          Nothing is impossible.

A person on wheel chair can walk, a cancer patient can be cured.
Can you imagine a person without leg......the best dancer. How can we forget Sudha Chandran.

After accident she had lost her leg but with strong will and determination she had become the best dancer.
Today diagnosis and treatment with radiation is possible only because of Madam Curie.
Madam Curie was Polish–French physicist–chemist famous for her pioneering research on radioactivity. The damaging effects of ‘ionizing radiation’ were not then known and much of her work had been carried out in a shed, without proper safety measures, but with dedication and strong will Madam Curie achieved success.
    Stephen William Hawking is an English theoretical physicist and cosmologist, whose scientific books and public appearances have made him an academic celebrity. Hawking has a motor neuron disease that is related to...


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