Building Resilience in the Difficult Time for Better Tomorrow

Most of the countries are experiencing the ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks. It is fortunate that Australia has prevented the outbreaks from spreading. The government has eased the restrictions on some areas.

It is prepared with disease control measures with the effective social distancing guidelines and resultantly the spread has been under control.

In Australia too, it has left many jobless, upset their livelihood and overall economy of the entire country and Nepalese community is no exception. The international students’ smooth lives have come to a halt.

Life offers challenges out of the blue and wise people through their patience and dignity overcome it. Life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change.

Opportunities after the End of Epidemic for Int’l Students from Nepal

We have always been appreciative of the international students from Nepal who have been resilient in the past with their tested and proven characteristics. You may still be in your teenage, but you are wise enough to handle your situation very sensibly and responsibly. Youths respond differently to stressful conditions.

They have an exceptional quality of youthfulness, energy, strength, courage, and other qualities to meet the unexpectedly risen challenges.

Youths are known to have natural potential and tendency to bounce back from any suffering and setback. Challenges look upon people in many steps and in many stages and the challenge at present we are facing is a global one. People all over the world are still reeling against this unprecedented epidemic.

Once you manage to master this challenge and lingering threat from a distressing experience, you have better future prospects.

As the Australian government has been dedicated to rebuilding the country’s staggering economy and open up more exciting and promising opportunities across Australia, you also will have a better chance to reshape your future. Your inherent and proven attributes will help you to confront the serious challenge and win over it.

You have been striving for independence and excellence over a long time. Once in one hundred years, such an epidemic pops up and it is difficult to deal with such a trying time, but the self-confident and determined students like you are capable of persevering in your attempt to get edge over it.

When you regard this crisis ‘once in a lifetime’ as a big challenge, no other will come up bigger than this. Surveys have shown that post the global crisis there have been remarkable improvements in people’s way of living.

As the crisis is over, it will reenergize the flagging situation in every area and there is no stopping the students who have always held the positive and optimistic mindset to take right step in right direction.

Strength to Meet the Challenge

You have proved on many occasions in the past in your academic fields and practical lives. Just one more time you need to persevere without giving in to the frustrating factors and once you get over it, many windows of opportunities will appear for you in the days ahead.

Your resolution in the face of challenges have been admirable. Your self-confidence and self-motivation will enable you to get the better of this unexpected challenge. Always keep in your mind the golden sayings and have courage and wisdom to act on them.

Patience is the key which solves all problems – Sudanese problem. Challenges are what make life interesting, overcoming them is what makes life meaningful -Joshua J. Marine. Just like waves in the ocean come and go, no challenge is permanent. Problems will come and go too. We must enjoy the challenges just like we enjoy the waves. If you dare to tackle the challenges, you grow more responsible and mature.

In uncomfortable times, regard the government’s regulations and maintain self-discipline. Let’s stay focussed at the moment. Optimistic people see the opportunities in challenges and hold the view that with the passing of the time, you can turn every situation to your advantage.

Every Night ends in a Bright Dawn

Some of you have even shown the leadership skills. United, we can all purposefully and effectively lead through any crisis. Youths like you are capable of transforming yourselves into amazing beings and channelize your free time along the creative and productive line.

During the time of COVIDE-19 pandemic, you can hone your talents and other important skills for the potential jobs and the profession you aim to excel in the future.

You proved yourselves in the past redefining the positiveness and optimism and this time too we have good many reasons to believe that you will prove yourself once again that you can accomplish your aim  in the face of the challenge.  You just need to prepare yourself to stay calm, and restore our confidence that you are safe and healthy.

The trumpet of a prophecy! O Wind,

If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?

As the English Romantic poet of international repute P.B. Shelley’s classic poem ‘Ode to the West Wind’ ends on an optimistic note, this pandemic too will be followed by more welcome era.

There is always something good in store, once the challengeis over. Winter is unpleasant season, which is very hard to push through.But it does not last. It must be replaced by the warm and beautiful Spring.