"... about how important discipline is in ..." OR
"... about the importance of discipline in ..."
GDS? PT? A good writer always spells out what she means at the first mention, after which she can use the initialism, especially if it is not obvious.
For example "I work for the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC). I've been with the ABC for 6 years".
"Also apology that if someone has been endured my story here." This sentence is not clear. Are you apologising for someone having to endure reading your story?
"will also take into account of if anyone if they have the merit in different circumstances."
" ...will take into account the special circumstances of anyone who merits it."
" ...will take into account the merits of any special circumstances."
" ...will take into account the merits of any difficult circumstances (preventing attendance)."
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