One advice you would give to your younger self is an unpopular topic.
Do you ever listen to advice however well meaning? Have you read Lord Krishna’s version of it?(I couldn’t find the exact quote,just what I remember )You can only help those who want to be helped and are ready for it ! Click To Tweet
Time travel this week on Blogadda.This topic makes me very thoughtful.I would like to say so many things to my younger self.But if it’s one thing, I want to say continue studying hard.
”Continue studying hard, even history geography, civics, and languages which appear, not in line with your dreams.They will help you one day.They will make you a more compassionate person.They will help you wrIte your stories.”
When I see people worrying about study load and how hard schools are I wonder what to say.My mom never forced me.She just told me,
”If you want your dreams to come true.You have to work for it.”
No one gives you something for nothing.If you are useful, people will cherish your services, if you are innovative industries will employ you.If you are a storyteller people will want to hear your stories.But your earning capacity is directly proportional to how many people you help and serve.Not easy right?
Read all you can, as much as you can exactly how you are doing now.Maybe not exactly.Stop hiding those Agatha Christie’s in your history book.It’s not helping you.Just quickly get those studies over and then you can read all you want.
Go on reading those self-help books and articles and solving those papers.Everything will help one day.As the world changes, so do traditional ways of earning and making a difference.You don’t know when your extra curricular lets you earn more than your profession.
This is not a popular advice nor is an easy one.But there’s no shortcut for doing well in life. Click To TweetThe route is through algebra trigonometry, geometry, civics, and history depending on your nemesis.
Also, everything Taare Zameen pe said is not necessarily Gold!
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