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Sunday, June 8, 2014

WHAT AFTER " WELL BEGUN HALF DONE"?

EXCELLENCE IS A CONTINUOUS PROCESS AND NOT AN ACCIDENT. A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM.

 If one starts one's project in a well-planned way with cent percent enthusiasm, one naturally becomes well ahead of his competitors, but please recall the traditional Rabbit-Tortoise fable; the rabbit started well and was much ahead of the tortoise, but became complacent enough to take a nap. Slowly but steadily marching turtle ultimately won the race.
 The life must have been going at a slow pace when this fable was told, but now the need of the hour is, being fast and steady both.

The smart and fast rabbit began well but later on became complacent and faced the ignominious defeat in the hands of the slow but steady turtle. So beginning well is not enough.
 A famous architect once claimed," We are not at all complacent after beginning well but diligently ensure keeping every brick correctly to give the building the most fantastic look."
Therefore one must work diligently through thick and thin on the pathway from "Well begun is half done" to "All is well that ends well."

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