Its Better to Fail Than to Cheat.

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Many people or more specifically, students think that learning and studying is hard, so they give no importance to it and think that copying or cheating is an easy way out. But when they graduate and come to professional life. They face difficulties. i.e. In getting jobs. They search for jobs and unfortunately, the job they get is about something they don’t know about because they had cheated before. And then, learn the skills of doing their jobs. Cheating refers to an immoral way of achieving a goal. It is generally used for the breaking of rules to gain advantage in a competitive situation. Cheating is the setting of reward for ability by dishonest means. And to fail is to repeat. There is a quote:

“I would prefer even to fail with honor than win by cheating.” Sophocles.

For example let’s take a Doctor: If someone becomes a doctor, and to pass his or her medical exams, that person cheated. And then in professional life that person has a patient waiting for the doctor, whereas the doctor doesn't know what to do???... That is a big responsibility. This is how it becomes a big problem for that someone and the person suffering. People may cheat and pass their exams but in the future they face difficulties. There is no use of education if cheated. People should not be afraid of failing; As Failing is just a step away from success.

“It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.” Theodore Roosevelt .

“I didn't fail the test; I just found 100 ways to do it wrong.” Benjamin Franklin 

Basically, cheating destroys a person’s future. So it is better to fail NOW and see our weak points and try to overcome them instead of cheating and putting ourselves in danger or major problems. We should always remember that Allah S.W.T is watching us and is with us all the time even when we are sleeping. Jazaka’Allah

Essay by: Momina Allahwala
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