Girls’ Section- Upper Grades
Al-Rowad International School would like to Congratulate our student
Areej Aymen 11 AS
for earning the Outstanding learner Certificate from Cambridge in Riyadh, for her acheivment in the Arabic subject.
May Allah Bless you, and grant you success.
The Girls’ Section held a party to appreciate Areej, and Areej said a word about “Small Steps to Success” to thank her teachers.
“Small Steps to Success”
Dears, I just want to say a few words to encourage you & myself to achieve our dreams.
Actually, when I got the news of my achievement, it was totally unexpected, but it was a good surprise and for that I am grateful.
To many, success seems to come suddenly. When you observe others and what they have achieved you usually do not appreciate what it has taken for them to get where they are. Ultimately, in failing to do this you also fail to learn what it would take for you to attain the same level of achievement and success.
But, if you take the time to truly think about it, you will find that success is usually only a small step away. Yet despite that it eludes most people. It is always so near and yet so far.
The Power Of Positive Thinking Can Give Life To Your Dreams and Change Your Destiny.
A life of success and achievement is a direct result of utilizing the power of positive thinking. The most important asset you have in your quest to live your dreams? It’s right under your nose. Actually, your nose is part of it. It’s simply – YOU. More specifically YOUR MIND.
Your thoughts are the most important asset you have in your desire to achieve your dreams. They affect you in ways you never thought possible. The truth is, whether you know it or not, your thoughts are responsible for whatever place or situation you are in right now.
Your thoughts are energy. Your thoughts drive your life just as electricity drives a motor. That is the power there is in having a positive mental attitude.
Finally, I just want to say a big thank you and express my appreciation to all my teachers who helped me in achieving what I wanted, or just what I hoped for.
With a special thanks to my Arabic teachers: Mrs. Hala and Mrs. Mayada who supported and encouraged me a lot and always gave me guidance.
I would also like to thank my school as well as all the people who supported me: My family, my friends and everybody else.
Areej Ayman Khurma.