10 Lines on Good Habits: Nurturing proper habits from a person’s childhood is a practice of utmost importance. Good habits pave the way for a healthy mind and body. It helps people to stay fit, strong, and to cultivate good manners. A person with good habits is well accepted by the people around him. He is known for his values and his way of living. A man who has learnt the correct habits and implements them in his day-to-day life is likely to be reliable and known to be a master of his impulses.
Below we have provided ten lines on Good Habits, written in easy and simple words for class 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 students.
Set 1 – 10 Lines on Good Habits
- Parents should start cultivating good habits like patience, empathy, generosity, in their children from their childhood.
- Children should be taught the value of time and should maintain a balanced schedule.
- ‘Honesty is the Best Policy‘- this saying should be engraved in every child’s mind so that they can become truthful and trusted individuals.
- Good habits aren’t limited to punctuality and truthfulness.
- Kids must learn habits like, brushing their teeth regularly, doing their homework, cleaning up when they make a mess.
- Apart from that, children must be taught to obey their guardians and teachers, and be respectful to all.
- A polite person is well-liked by everybody.
- When a mistake has been made, they should be given the rightful punishment for it.
- If not punished for their faults, children grow up to think that what they have done is right, and it ultimately becomes a bad habit.
- Bad habits are a bane to society, and that is why their correction is necessary.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on Good Habits
- Good habits make a man.
- “Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.”- This quote by Benjamin Franklin sums up the importance of nurturing good habits.
- Good habits, which are practised daily, consciously or subconsciously, make for one’s personality.
- A person is judged by the society on the basis of his habits and manners.
- Good habits like patience, discipline, virtue, respectfulness, kindness, and generosity, when practised from one’s youth, become a part of a person, leading him to become a good man.
- Habits like maintaining proper hygiene, spending one’s money wisely, and sharing one’s things with others also count as good habits.
- A man who is humble and down to earth while interacting with others is loved and respected by all.
- He is a universal favourite in social gatherings and parties and is well-liked due to his kind nature and lack of bad habits.
- Good habits not only increase a person’s reputation but also have a good impact on a person’s mental health.
- A person who has more bad habits than good ones is likely to fall prey to an unhealthy lifestyle which can shorten his lifespan.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on Good Habits
- Good habits are like the rocks that maintain a healthy and properly functioning society.
- Good practices have been nurtured since time immemorial, without the existence of which, it would almost be unfeasible for human beings to survive in nature.
- Some of the most basic but consequential habits are maintaining a proper schedule, taking care of one’s hygiene, exercising regularly and following a proper diet.
- All these habits instil values like punctuality, discipline, neatness, and help a person to grow up into a healthy individual.
- Having healthy food daily helps a person to be physically and in turn, mentally fit and strong.
- As children grow up, they get subjected to a lot of new things and experiences, bringing them closer to a lot of bad habits.
- Habits like waking up late, being irregular to classes, and not listening to their elders are some of the bad habits children generate.
- Spending too much time on games, computers, and phones is also a bad habit and result in various physical problems.
- That is why parents should be careful while giving their ward permission to do something and must be well informed about what their children are up to.
- Because they are the next generation of society, and the upliftment of our country’s name lies in their hands.