What is #success
Is it about #choice
Is it about choosing a "correct" #path
, out of many?
Should you deduce which one it is?
Or should you have deduced which one it was, if you're already past that point?
Yes, probably. And you can't/didn't.
OK; now -
Can any one?
For most of us, it's hindsight that reveals it; some time much later, when going back isn't an option; leading to #frustration
. We go like, "I should've chosen architecture, instead of engineering; her, instead of her; UK, instead of US;" and so on.
But it's like saying "my soul should've chosen different parents to be born in the world", a silly idea; denoting the limits of our capacities to make choices.
My friend, why beat yourself over something you could never control?
Why, when the natural lack of that ability turns it irrelevant?
And if you haven't chosen a path yet, then let me tell you right now: choose any path; some of it will be right and most of it will be wrong. Let me scream it at you: all paths are "wrong". Doesn't matter.
Just jump into it.
Success isn't just about making right choices. There are other things.
. Stay #true
to your path.
Just keep walking.
It's the #persistence
that makes things right, ultimately.
It takes #guts
to stay on path; even when it's hard and brutally boring and hurting etc. All paths have their share of all that crap.
Who said it was going to be easy?
When going back isn't an option, go forward with all you've got.
And if you haven't taken any steps, just grab the nearest branch and swing forward.
That's the #key
-Counselor Apoorv Vikas