World Poetry Brings You a Messege From Alaha Ahar !

 

 

 

 

Ariadne’s Notes: World Poetry Canada International is honoured to bring you another message from World Poetry Canada International Youth Director, Alaha Ahar. 

LISTEN TO THE SHOW HERE to hear the Afghan poems and message, as well as interviews with Koyali Berman and Phil Hayes.


Successful versus Unsuccessful People.

Think about what makes successful people better than those who aren’t successful. Getting to the top is not easy, requiring hard work and much sacrifice.

Successful individuals set goals and work to achieve them. Also, they believe in doing right, even when no one sees them.

However, when we consider those who aren’t successful, we often encounter two types.  First, there are those who don’t work hard, who think mainly of their own interests, although they do appreciate the successful individuals around them. Then there are the unsuccessful people who are liars: they lie about everything and spend their lives trying to ruin others. They are good at making up numbers. They claim to be successful but have no proof.

And worst of all, these unsuccessful ones spend time denying the success and hard work of those who achieve.

Remember, hard work is like sunlight and truth. It cannot be hidden. Again and again the light of the sun and the truth of good people keep emerging to shine over everything, to brighten the earth and our lives.

Hard work and honesty are the truth

but lies are short and untrue

Sooner or later

Everyone will learn the truth

Truth lasts forever

Truth is stronger than any small or large lie

And liars are always losers

Because honest and true people are winners

Alaha Ahrar (C) All rights are held by the author.

Alaha with WP medal

Ambassador of Youth, Peace and Goodwill 

Human Rights Activist 

Community Development Advocate-FACETS 

Board of Directors Afghan Women’s Writing Project

Director of Media and Publication Afghan-American Women’s Association (A-AWA)           

The Director of International World Poetry, Youth Team Canada

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