Waking up early can be fun
Make it a habit to start your day early with some activity. It could be reading. Gardening, exercising or just taking your dog for a walk. Whichever work you choose to do. You will find yourself more energetic. Alert and organized for the rest of the day.
``The early bird catches the worm.’’
How true this is! An early riser always has a head start over those who are still asleep.
Think of all the wonderful things you do, if you snatched a few hours every from the very early for yourself.
You could brush up on your school work or spend this time to gather more information from other books. If you are in the habit of keeping a personal diary then time could be used to put your thoughts down. You could even write a letter to a friend or relative, or may be you could read a story book for which you never find the time otherwise.
These early hours of the morning are the most precious, because this is when time is your own. It is a time of day when there are no disturbances or distractions. The silence helps you to concentrate.
Devotees use this time for prayer and meditation. Industrious people use it for some work or the other. Diligent students use it to study and there are still other who take exercise in order to remain active for the rest of the day.
Most great leaders like Napoleon and Hitler understood the value of working at dawn. They utilized this time to organize themselves for the rest of the day. It might be a good idea if you did the same.
If you are in the habit of waking up just in time to rush off school, why do not you try to start your day a couple of hours earlier from tomorrow?
Give yourself this time to check out your time-table to see whether all your books are packed correctly. May be, you would like to go over a lesson or two, so that you are thoroughly prepared for your day at school.
You will be amazed at the amount of activity there is at the creak of dawn. The butter fly flits from flower to flower. The birds leave their nest in search of food- the man boatman sets out to sea for his catch while the farmer goes to plough in the field.
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