Essay Writing Topics on PRIDE GOES BEFORE A FALL

Jose John April 17, 2016 No Comments
PRIDE GOES BEFORE A FALL Introduction: This proverb unleashes a great moral in the life of human being. It is, again, spun out of Aesop’s fable, entitled, “The Hare and The Tortoise” in which the fast-paced Hare challenged the slow moving tortoise in a race competition. The haughty hare was cocksure that the tortoise was no match to him and that he would win the race. Thus, equipped with over confidence, he slept over en route. Meanwhile, the tortoise had limped his way to victory. The hare eventually lost the race and was defeated. Explanation: Dictionary clarifies that Pride means, the quality of having an excessively high opinion of oneself. Reading between the lines, one can interpret in other words, that it is not only full of arrogance but also underestimating the talents of the others. One can have self confidence. There is nothing wrong about it. But that doesn’t mean that the others are inferior. Everyone is capable in one aspect. The car that runs at high speed on the road cannot sail over the water like a boat, and vice versa. Nowadays even physically challenged people are called as, ‘Differently abled.’ To quote from Hindu mythology, the dogmatic king Hiranyakaushyap who had attained the power of boon...
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