Rome was not Built in a Day

Rome was not Built in a Day is a beautiful and meaningful proverb. This fantastic proverb teaches us the lesson of patience and perseverance. Some people think that great things can be done in a day or two. Such people suffer from impatience for grand result. They don't wait. Time and again they change their aims of of life. They are in hurry to achieve grand success. But they forget that there is no magic to do something great overnight. Inventions are the result of hard labour of many years. Marconi laboured hard for many years and after that he invented the wireless. Wright Brothers had to work for years for the invention of aeroplane. India achieved her freedom not in a day or two. Freedom was achieved  after a long struggle. Thus it is true that Rome was not Built in a day. 

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