Sayings of the Wise

We work for a better tomorrow. But when tomorrow comes, instead of enjoying it, we are again thinking of a better tomorrow. Let’s have a better today!

Tap Elderly Women's Wisdom for Youth (TEWWY)

We always work for a better tomorrow and we need to understand that instead of crying over all that has already occurred, we should always focus on making our future as beautiful as possible. We should always look for a better tomorrow, and try to understand that it is absolutely useless to dwell over the past incidents as we can in no way get back to the old days and change them all over again.

On the other hand, we should also be careful that we do not get on receiving ‘tomorrow’ thinking every day is an opportunity to bring an excuse on the table and try to postpone the work for the day. It is essential to understand that you cannot go on having a ‘tomorrow’ every single day. Hence, it is important to understand that when tomorrow comes, you should always think of making that very present a better day for you. You must have the wisdom to realize that you have got today as one of the best gifts of your life, and thus, you should leave no stone unturned to make it the best day of your life. You should always think of working on your present and try making it the best day possible. The only thing that you have your control upon is ‘today’ and you should thus, try making it the best day of your life. When tomorrow comes, instead of enjoying, we again think of a better future ahead. Thus, it should not always be the case. You must have the potential to understand that each and every single day brings an opportunity in your life, and you should take full advantage of it. 

You should be wise enough to count things in your own way, and know that the world has got its own clock, and you lag behind if you are not able to keep pace with it. Hence, you should always count your ‘today’ as the best gift ever, and try making it the most beautiful day of your life.

School Mental Health Intervention Program

The project implements WHO’s School Mental Health Program while ensuring cultural relevance and contextual factors. Collaborating with a public school, we will train students and teachers, and co-develop and disseminate psychoeducation resources among students, teachers, and surrounding communities. Students will be taught mental health literacy. The teacher training will cover child development, identifying and addressing mental health problems in a classroom, and promoting mental health. This is projected to improve academic achievement rates, create safe spaces within the school, reduce violence and juvenile crime, prevent bullying, strengthen peer support systems, and improve teacher wellness.

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