And i found the answer to a lot of my Qns. I had been unhappy because i wasn't living my life. i was just trying 2 fit in and be admired by my friends - just another normal fucked up teen, right
what u said ravi is true for many people . We lead lives conditioned by
"acceptability by our peers, desires of our parents and lure of the lucre "
There are very few people who manage to buck the trend and follow their heart and lead their own life . And that is what i tried to do when i vied for the olympics of all examinations( CAT). Basically i am a Civil engineer who shud ideally design structures,execute plans and erect huge builidings. But the management bug bit me when i was in my final yr of schooling . Previously swayed by the civil services (a la UPSC) this engineer veered towards CAT when i was convinced tht i had more to offer than just cement concrete ratios.beam loads and column pressures
The experiences of people like u , PG, bingo,gaurav and others on this forum inspired me to give CAT my best shot and get the best out of me..
I am not saying tht the lure of the lucre is not a factor in my decision but more than that it is the satisfaction of doing what u want ,taking ur own decsions and deciding the course of ur life .
The best part was i was able to assess my talents ,analyse them and unleash them in the field of my choice..