No painless benefits. The proverb really means that we cannot achieve real success in any area without great effort and sacrifice on our part.
At first glance, this may seem contradictory; because there are people who have gained wealth without any problem. When we take the case of a millionaire’s son, we know how he inherited a great fortune without any headache.
But we can realize that these are rare cases of luck, like a man who wins the lottery; you should not count on us, it remains an absolute truth that success can only be achieved at the cost of hard work and relentless work. We have nothing for nothing.
This is particularly true in the case of education. Students who really aspire to success and learning must work hard. There is no real path to learning. A scientist was not born; but done through hard work and persistence.
A student can never become an academic unless and until he works hard, he concentrates one hundred percent on his books and studies.
The talents differ. Some were born with great artistic talents or abilities. But it would be silly to think that for them the road is wide open.
Experience teaches us that no natural genius has become the master of his art and has achieved complete success, that he has not cultivated and perfected his talent working tirelessly in the industry and constantly working.
The proverb is also true in the field of business. In professional life, success certainly depends largely on hard work. Entrepreneurs have to take real risks, great phrases. They spent nights without sleep, a life without leisure.
A businessman who spends idle time; trusting everything to your subordinates can never succeed in your career. The men who made great fortunes were all hard workers.
“Without pain there is no gain” is certainly true for all different aspects of life. This is also true in character building. No one is naturally very good.
A good and noble character is the result of sacrifice, patience, constant effort and struggle. Incessant efforts are required to form good habits, resist temptation, bad companions, bad books and vulgar films and develop virtues. Nothing can be achieved without real efforts for it.