Fail­ure due to lack of dis­ci­pline

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - EDITORIAL -

A dis­ci­plined na­tion is able to guide the coun­try on the right di­rec­tion. In re­al­ity, dis­ci­pline makes a na­tion both great and glo­ri­ous.

Dis­ci­pline, har­mony and co-ex­is­tence are very im­por­tant for peace and pros­per­ity within the na­tion.

Ja­pan is a very suc­cess­ful coun­try. In Ja­pan peo­ple are very dis­ci­plined and hard­work­ing. Other key fac­tors like spirit of the peo­ple, punc­tu­al­ity, po­lite­ness and the no er­ror at­ti­tude have helped them to stand tall and be a great in­flu­ence in the world.

The yearly de­lay of trains in Ja­pan on av­er­age is about 7 sec­onds. This is a proof of how pre­cise and ac­cu­rate the na­tion and its peo­ple are.

Dis­ci­pline across all sec­tors is es­sen­tial to take a coun­try for­ward. Dis­ci­pline should start with the politi­cian and ex­tended to ev­ery sec­tor.

Self-dis­ci­pline is the key to suc­cess.the sin­gle most im­por­tant at­tribute to be­com­ing suc­cess­ful is self- dis­ci­pline. It helps you to stay fo­cused on reach­ing your goals. D.WEERATUNGA

NUGEGODA

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