Dear Parents,

Lord Tennyson said, ‘Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers’. If this is so, wisdom should help us to be wise, humane and modest. Merely acquiring chunks of information leads us nowhere. Over the millennia, we have seen the emergence of a revolution  in the field of information technology but at the cost of humanitarian values. This era of equality has made us blind folded. Peripheral matters take the centre stage and become the premium to the core.

‘Read not to contradict and confute nor to believe and take for granted nor to find talk and discourse, but to weigh and consider’, said Francis Bacon. The journey of a 1000 miles begins with a small step, how well it is begun is  equally important to end well. The arc of personal journey must be fascinating by itself for the children to co-exist. Let the journey be channelized by you and us.