Sayings of the Wise

You learn nothing in life if you think you are right all the time!

Tap Elderly Women's Wisdom for Youth (TEWWY)

There is a saying that we have two ears and one mouth for a reason. We should speak less and listen more. Only by listening, can we learn something new, in addition to what we already know. 

If you think you are always correct and just speak out your views to everyone and every time, you will repeat only what you know. Whereas, if you listen to others, you may expand your horizons. 

Life is the greatest teacher, and we should enthusiastically learn from it. In order to be successful, it is not possible to experience everything alone. We should try to listen to others and learn from the mistakes they made along the way.

Let’s keep in mind that there cannot be any true understanding of the present without the knowledge of the past. Our history defines us. Try to always listen to your elders and keep their valuable advice in mind. 

This will not only save us from pitfalls but also give some much needed boost to achieve our dreams and also achieve them in the shortest time possible. Time plays an important factor in determining how successful any individual is actually in his or her lifetime. 

Success comes only when efforts and intelligence combine along with strategic experience to yield a masterstroke. Life is to be lived, and we should try to make the best possible use of our time, as our stay on this planet is short-lived, and we should continuously make efforts to build our empire. 

One should always view the process of learning as as enjoyable and fascinating experience. Learning from life, or in other words, learning from your own life, can actually give you significant lessons for your lifetime and may prove to be the most beneficial. 

Life doesn’t work the way it seems. It should be noted that struggle is an important factor in order to be successful, and one must be humble to acknowledge their mistakes and enjoy the process of learning and evolution. 

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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