Informal Letter Writing To Friend Advising To Take Part In Games

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We always noticed that some of our friends are a bookworm. They always busy with their studies and never take part in games. If any of your friends is also a bookworm. Then read Informal Letter Writing to a friend advising to take part in games rather than be a bookworm. You can write this letter to your friend who is a bookworm and never takes part in games.

Informal Letter Writing To Friend Advising To Take Part In Games

Informal Letter Writing to a friend advising to take part in Games

Govt. College Hostel,

Jammu.

 

2nd, oct. 2002.

 

My dear Munna,

I received your loving letter day before yesterday and was glad to know that you had stood first in the House Examination. At the same time, I was pained to learn that you are run down in health. Overwork has injured your health. Our common friend Rita has also informed me that you are solely occupied with your studies and do not take physical exercise at all. I am really pained to learn that you do not take part in sports and do not even go out for a walk in the morning or evening. Over-work is sure to tell upon your health.

Well, Munna, work is worship, but over-work is injurious both to body and brain. You have heard the proverb; “All work and no play makes Jack a dull body.” Our brain as well our body needs rest and relaxation, Don’t forget that it is a sound body which keeps a sound mind.

Need I, therefore, advise you to take part in games and sports and pay particular attention to your health? Games and sports will not only make you healthy and strong but also teach you discipline, team-spirit, cooperation, patience, and self-control. These qualities will stand you in good stead in the afterlife. Moreover, they will provide you with relaxation and entertainment.

In order to lead a long and healthy life, you must enjoy good health. A book worm may win a prize or a scholarship but he is not strong enough to guard himself against the attack of a disease.

I hope you will act upon my advice and start taking part in sports and games.

 

Wishing you the best of health.

Yours sincerely,

Kumari.

 


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