A fresh start

Welcome back to your routine life. After a fun vacation, its time you get back to studies which is quite painful. Being a student, I can understand the feeling where an individual has to wake up at 5 or 6 in the morning to get ready to get to school. Some of them excited to meet their friends while most of them certainly not happy about going back.

But there are some things in life which are true, no matter what you field you choose. First, intelligence is not always the key to success. People like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs who dropped out from their college – regrets about their actions as there are many things in the world that we don’t know yet – and simply by knowing a technique or a way to earn money doesn’t portraits intelligence.

There are few Scientists in the world who would rather understand the things we have already discovered and find alternate ways to prove its existence. The points is that intelligence can be displayed through various ways.

Being a young teenager, I understand the reasons why students does not wish to attend because they simply assume that they don’t get benefit from it which at times – has been in my mind too but what we ignore here due to developing phase of evolution is that acquiring has become an important element which also effect our existence – just like water or air we breath.

During in my daily reading time where I know about the current affairs in various sectors of interest, I often find millions of children in Africa being the victims of malnutrition and deadly diseases which encourages me to know about the world and its functioning as we always take things for granted and ignore the fact that there are million others out there who are waiting for such change and get access to basic things.

Once you understand this fact, you will have a fresh perspective towards life and your goals. So buckle up, as there are many more obstacles to come (and I don’t wish to scare you but introduce to the reality). But I guess you already know that. Facing problem and dealing with it are two different sides of a coin and how you do it makes you a unique ‘you’.

It is what that has kept me working like horse (not really) and believe that someday you will be benefited too.

All the best for your studies and hope you learn something different which you never expected to do and believe in yourself. Live the best out of your life.


Raj Ondhia