My dear children,
Here we are, in the glorious month of April. Spring begins in March but comes into its own in April when the sun really starts to make its presence felt. Did you know children April is the month dedicated to the
goddess of love and beauty – the one we all know as Venus. This beautiful spring month of April is also when flowers bloom. They nurture this joy and love, so intertwined with this season. This month is the
one when you have to recharge your batteries after what is often a harsh winter and before the onset of summer that can sometimes prove stifling. April is this gorgeous spring month when you have to show
your unquenchable thirst for life and living it to the full.
I was looking at the branches of the trees in the school premises, just last month they looked so bare without the leaves and look at them now, filled with tiny, green leaves and fresh blossoms. Nature is a
great teacher, dear children. Think of your challenges as a time when the trees go all bare, losing their leaves. But Mother Nature teaches us to dispel the negative and embrace the positive. All you need is the
correct attitude – soon blossoms will come and make your life more beautiful than ever. Let me share two thought images that you must never forget.
I was very happy to see the various activities you did on the occasion of Earth Day. Be compassionate and aware children. You are the future and the future is yours. It fills my heart with pride when I see the spirited enthusiasm with which you welcome every project that the school undertakes. I would like to congratulate the winners of the Maths Quiz and Sit-and- Draw competition held for the students of upper primary and primary. We are going through a very uncertain time as a global community, dear children. Only patience and perseverance will take us through. Always remember that every word that you say, every opinion that
you make and every action that you take is a reflection of the person that you are. Use your good judgement at all times because you are the face of Gulmohur.
This month I end my letter with a reminder to all of you – ‘If winter comes, can spring be far behind?’
Every challenge is just an opportunity for you to grow wiser and stronger.
I wish all of you good health and happiness.
Gulmohur High School