If you've tried and have not won, Never stop for trying; All that's good and great is done Just by patient trying. Though young birds, in flying, fall, Still their wings grow stronger, And the next time they can keep Up a little longer.
Together we can make our dream work. Then we'll share the joy of what we've done, Teamwork, everyone!
It's fun to shoot the basketball through the hoop, But if nobody passes then nobody shoots. And the relay race just can't go on, If nobody wants to pass the baton.
Faster than fairies, faster than witches, Bridges and houses, hedges and ditches; And charging along like troops in a battle, All through the meadows the horses and cattle: All of the sights of the hill and the plain Fly as thick as driving rain;
Just a little bit of kindness Can go a long, long way, Just a little bit of tenderness Can brighten up a day.Just a bit of praise where it's deserved Can bring a happy glow, Just a hand held out can give some hope To someone feeling low.
In a world of paper, a tale unfolds, Where A4 and origami converse, we're told. A4, the carrier of knowledge profound, Lamenting the lack of appreciation found. With letters imprinted, it journeys with care, Yet, overlooked for the arts it does not bear.
The little girl looked at the paper snowflake in her hand. It was the most beautiful thing she had ever seen. The delicate crystals were arranged in a perfect six- pointed star, and the colours were so vibrant that they seemed to glow in the sunlight.
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An ecstatic journey to a glorious future!