No Pains, No Gains - English Story for Class Ninth Tenth

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No Pains, No Gains is an oft-quoted proverb. I means if you want God's help, you must make an effort yourself. The golden principle of life is that the people who keep their hopes alive are able to show determination. They keep on trying even on difficult circumstances. A man without hope is like a blind person who is finding his way in the dark, Men who have hope can see the light and ultimately reach their destination. The fable of the king and the spider shows such a conflict between hope and fear.

Robert Bruce, the king of Scotland, was a dauntless and valiant warrior. His country was occupied by the tyrant British. He took up arms against the British and fought seventeen battles to liberate his country of the despotic dictatorship and British brutality. He wanted to see his people prosperous and free from the yoke of slavery of the exotic usurpers. He fought tooth and nail but suffered successive defeats at the hands of the English. His strenuous struggle an fierce fighting proved to be futile and fruitless every time. The shocks of recurring defeats disappointed him greatly but he did not lose heart.

Once he brought all his sources in use arid made full-fledged preparations for war. He raised an accomplished army of thousands of trained troops and crack cavalry. He equipped them with heavy weapons, effective arsenals and offensive arms. He resolved to fight a decisive battle. This time he was sure of inflicting a crushing defeat on the British forces. In the battlefield, his forces fought fiercely and fearlessly but luck still did not favour them and their war strategy proved to be a total failure.
No Pains, No Gains - English Story for Class Ninth Tenth

He was so badly defeated that many of his men were killed and others deserted him in his hardship. He was forced to flee from the battlefield to save his life. He took refuge in the little island of Rathlin on the coast of Antrim (Now in Northern Ireland). There he saw a cave Covered from all sides with the thick foliage of the branches hanging downwards. Thinking it a safe place from the blood thirsty soldiers of the British army, he crept into the cave and hid himself there. He was deeply depressed and dejected at the disgraceful downfall. He was so frustrated and disappointed by his comrades that he decided to forsake his fruitless fight for freedom. He began to ponder over his flaws and foibles that had resulted in such a rueful rout. Lost in his melancholic meditation, he lay down on the stiff surface. His stony eyes began to stare in space.

Eventually he caught sight of a. spider Swinging and swaying from the ceiling. It was striving to spin its web. In tough tremendous toil, it tumbled down. But this could not damp down the spider's determination. It climbed up the wall with a renewed resolve. it immediately attracted the attention of the king. The spider reached its cobweb and began to spin it again. Then it slipped again and began to swing with a flimsy filament. Finally it fell down. It again began to crawl up towards the ceiling but it fell down again. But his could not stifle its superior stamina.
"You foolish mini creature! The cobweb is too high for you to climb up. Be resigned to your fate and live somewhere else."
he said to the spider. In its efforts to the web a cocoon, the spider climbed and fell many times; but it never stopped to produce gossamer. In this way, it tried nine lines. When the spider failed in the ninth attempt, the king thought that the poor spider would now give up its attempts. But to his great surprise, it took a little rest and again began to Crawl to reach its habitat. This time its effort was crowned with success and it succeeded in spinning its silky case. This event served as a strong stimulus. This action of tiny insect encouraged the king for a bold step. Fury and frenzy inflamed the king's favour. Immense enthusiasm invigorated him. A new hope kindled his heart. He said to himself,
"Look! how brave this tiny creature is. Am I worse than the poor spider even? It tried ten times and reached its destination. If a small creature like spider can succeed in its aim by not losing heart but making constant struggle, why should I be disappointed?"
Thinking this, he took heart. He raised the standard again, rallied his scattered army and attacked the enemy with the renewed vigour and strong determination. Ultimately, he inflicted a devastating defeat on his enemy and won freedom for his nation by driving the British out of his country. We learn a lesson from this story that we gain nothing if we make no effort, if once we fail, we should not lose heart but try again because failure leads to Success.

Possible Morals:
  1. No pains, no gains.
  2. Try try again.
  3. God helps those who help themselves.
  4. Failure leads to success.
  5. Hard work never goes unrewarded.
  6. Despair is a sin.
  7. Fortune favours the brave.
  8. There is no end of struggle.
  9. The key to success is constant struggle.
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