Hello readers! Here is Martin again from the Smith’s School of English in Kotoen, スミス英会話 甲東園.
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It may not always be easy, but most of us like to be optimists. In ongoing conditions of hardship, and especially in the face of sudden difficulty, having the courage to be optimistic and proactive are major advantages. Everyone makes mistakes, even entire countries, but failures large and small are learning experiences that teach us what not to do, what to improve upon next time, and where and how to channel our future efforts. That courage to move forward without looking back negatively rewards us with improved chances of success.
English conversation students at the Smith’s School of English in Kotoen have correctly applied this doctrine to a small but meaningful improvement evident around us : the new dairy industry.
The milk pictured here is delicious. I come from a country where dairy products are heavily monitored and tightly controled to meet health standards, and the regulations apply to taste and consistency of quality as well. In the sixteen years I have been in Japan, I have not had the pleasure of a dairy product of this consistent quality until now. Most likely it is a new dairy farm born from the fallout created by recent strict policy changes, necessary changes made in the face of extreme hardship for a great many people. The right decision is not likely the easiest one. Try this ice cold!
Smith’s School of English in Kotoen 月謝制 Real Monthly Tuition English Conversation School
スミス英会話 甲東園校 甲東園 仁川