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Hilal Kids English

The Reel World

May 2024

Once upon a time, in a bustling suburbia where smartphones reigned supreme, there existed a group of bright-eyed children named Rehan, Rohan and Rubab. Their days were consumed by the captivating glow of screens, endlessly scrolling through reels and shorts, their laughter echoing in the digital abyss.
    Their parents, concerned about the future of their offspring, stumbled upon a book titled “Skills Rather Than Just Degrees” by Professor Isa Ali Pantami. Intrigued by its message, they shared its wisdom with their children, hoping to ignite a spark of ambition within them.
    However, Rehan, Rohan and Rubab were too engrossed in their virtual world to heed the advice. They dismissed the notion of investing in vocational education and training, believing that their academic qualifications alone would secure them success.
    As the time passed, the world around them continued to evolve at a rapid pace. Jobs that once seemed secure were now replaced by automation and innovation. The landscape of the job market shifted, favouring those with practical skills and adaptability.
    While Rehan, Rohan and Rubab remained stagnant in their pursuit of instant gratification, their peers delved into vocational programs, honing their talents and acquiring valuable skills. They embraced the mantra that skills were the new currency of the job market, positioning themselves for success in an ever-changing world.
    Meanwhile, Rehan, Rohan and Rubab found themselves struggling to keep up with the demands of the modern workplace. Their lack of practical skills left them ill-equipped to compete in a world that valued innovation and adaptability.
    As their peers soared to new heights, Rehan, Rohan and Rubab were left behind, watching helplessly as opportunities passed them by. They realized too late the importance of investing in their future, lamenting the countless hours wasted on mindless scrolling and fleeting entertainment.
    In the end, Rehan, Rohan and Rubab learned a valuable lesson: that time spent pursuing instant gratification was time lost in the pursuit of their dreams. They vowed to embrace the wisdom of “Skills Rather Than Just Degrees”, setting out on a journey to unlock their true potential and forge a path towards success in the real world.
    And so, with determination in their hearts and a newfound appreciation for the power of practical skills, Rehan, Rohan and Rubab embarked on a journey of self-discovery, ready to conquer the challenges that lay ahead and carve out their place in a world driven by innovation and opportunity.
 

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