Enough has been said about the fact that men are superior. They get everything they want. Women are always treated differently as compared to men! Ever thought about how difficult it is for a guy with an unorthodox dream to live in our society?
You meet some random relative, they all expect you to be studying some kind of a degree and no, it cannot be any degree. It has to be amongst the popular ones. Such is the pressure that if you are not doing the likes of engineering, ca, doctor, you will look like an alien to them!
Have you ever thought of how much of an issue money becomes for a man once he turns 18? Your family expects you to start earning the moment that clock stuck 12. Your friends be like, *Treat de*. Your parents be like *paisa kama ke de*
Have you ever noticed this? But people in unorthodox careers have a family background that is already rich. Why? Because these people had all the time and effort to invest in what they have a passion for and become successful in it because money was never a factor! Chasing something that everyone’s doing might be easy but chasing what you have a passion for is what is worth living for, right? And that takes time, a lot of it. Something a guy seldom gets.
The society, the people around you they are always sure of one thing, *duniya jo kar rahi hai woh kar nahi toh age chalke pachtayega*. Talk about some dope motivation, eh? And the moment, you prove them wrong they’ll behave as if they were the one behind all your success!
There’s this saying na, *Mujhe padh likh ke kuch banna h* Yaar… Badi mast line h, par isme *padhai likhai* wala part kisne compulsory kiya? I want to do something amazing in life and I’ll do whatever it takes to achieve it. Toh bas,
Mujhe kuch banna h! Duniya se alag kisi raah mein naam roshan karna h. Bas thoda time chahiye, thodi himmat chahiye, jitni baar bhi girun, utti baar ek sahara chahiye!