Sayings of the Wise

If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito

Dalai – Lama
Tap Elderly Women's Wisdom for Youth (TEWWY)

Never think that you are too small to make a difference. Never place yourself in such a low position. Never think of yourself as being insignificant. No one in this world is insignificant. All of us are worthy of doing something useful in this world. Those who can do that are the ones who have dedicatedly done their work without looking at anything else. Those who are trying will certainly do something. But if you do nothing and keep yourself in a low key position, and with a low self esteem, you cannot do anything at all.

All the people we have around us are the people trying to make a difference in their lives. At least everybody is trying to do something worth for the nation. If they can do it, what’s stopping you? If you think you are not worthy enough, try sleeping with a mosquito. Because you see mosquitoes are such tiny creatures, but even a single one is enough to ruin your good night’s sleep. So never think low of yourself. Even the smallest creatures of the world can do wonders. Scientists say that and ts can carry 20x of their body weight, termites make huge colonies underground, and there are many more examples. 

Always keep your head high and keep trying, success will surely come your way. Good luck.

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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