From Principal’s Pen:
TIPS FOR THE FUTUREMANAGERS“Sandy, I can’t”
The eleven year old boy Zeremi has been gifted with a muchexpected toy puppy by his parents. The color of the lovely puppywas like sand and named as Sandy. At leisure hours Sandy usedto be his dearest playmate and the best play was Zeremi wouldmove on cycle in the park, Sandy run around. Suddenly Sandywould run faster and at a distance wait for Zeremi to come there.Seeing Sandy’s activities Zeremi used to laugh and enjoy.A year passed on, Zeremi leaves for swimming at the sea insummer vacation. One day with severe brain ache he felt pain inhis neck. His mother took him to doctor and was diagnosed to besuffering from polio. With proper health care he had to spendthree months in the hospital atmosphere and returned homehaving crutches in hand. But Sandy was very happy to see hisfriend back and did not go anywhere leaving him alone.Next mornings Zeremi used to practice little walk having Sandywith. Coming close to his cycle at the garage he thought and toldhimself that in this life he cannot ride cycle anymore. To this,responded Sandy in its unique style looking at Zeremi and saying‘little cycling’. Following the saying he shouted ‘no Sandy, I can’t.’What was that ‘I can’t’ for Sandy? But it continued its effort andwent on repeating the same daily. At last Zeremi was defeated.