I say to myself "Try walking in my shoes always"

“TELL YOURSELF THE ABOVE LINE”
After realizing the path , there are bound to be many obstructions along our way. This is quite natural, we create things, what we think.

Human life tends to have many speed breakers during his progress. Some can be useful to achieve control, some can just ruin life. There shall be perfect things happening in our life and not so perfect things.

Here we have it, not so perfect roads along our way. But is this the sole reason for not moving forward.
People ask me about my challenges and even i ask my friends. I do get different answers from different personalities.

This made me to think, as to define my challenge. After giving a lot of thought in this, i just arrived at something, which i wanted to tell.

I realized, my greatest challenge was to be “Out of my comfort zone” and still be the same person. Its like watching my life from a different perspective and trust me, i did get a different answer. I stepped out of the protagonist role i play in my life and for few minutes observed how i was from a third person’s point of view.

Now i am back donning my role and i am doing things differently or at least trying to do it differently, when i encounter similar past, not so pretty situations.

To be nobody but Rajan in a world which is doing its best, day and night, to make me everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which i can fight or in fact any human can fight and i believe i or that matter anyone should never quit fighting.

Its a like a feeling of being in a Lost highway, if appropriate measures are not taken.
Knowing this, it becomes easy about things which are under my control i.e Being myself and improving on it and not worry about things that are not under my control.

Its a simple belief …. “If i can change, you can change, rest assured the whole world can change”…

If there is one thing in our lives which is constant throughout, that is “CHANGE”.

And if there is one big room in this whole world, that room is nothing but the “Room for improvement”

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