Confidence and Ambitions
Ever since my childhood I always wanted to become famous through any profession. So, I chose to become a psychiatrist, though I was a topper I never had the confidence of scoring ninety nine per cent in order to get the scholarship for medical seat. I then dropped the idea of becoming a doctor, then I chose the idea of becoming a badminton player, so I chose commerce group for my higher secondary and went for badminton coaching.
I started watching badminton matches and once I saw a very famous Indian player who was just two years elder to me, playing badminton in Olympics and I lost the confidence of becoming a player. I dropped the idea of becoming a badminton player.
Later, I just chose to go by the path chosen by fate. I never had any ambition while doing commerce. All the teachers questioned me about my ambition and to each teacher I gave a different answer, as I really never had any idea on what to do next. Later, slowly because of my classmates I just thought of doing business administration but then everyone frightened me on how tough it was. I once again lost my confidence and was left without any ambition.
I was disappointed with myself. I was disappointed with my life and with everything. I chose to not choose any ambition. I was silent. I was still.
Later, one of my classmates told me something that I was never aware of. I did not believe her initially, but she persisted to make me realize that I was really good at something that no one can ever let me lose my confidence from. To be frank, she was not aware of what she was doing. I began getting praises from my classmates and my teachers on something that I never and ever really considered as an option to choose for my future, and that was English. I realized that since my childhood I have always loved English and no one could stop me from learning that language. English became close to my heart. It became my companion. English was with me when no one else was. The language was always supportive for me. I stood tall because of that language. Ever since my childhood I was looking for something to do in my future but never thought about something which I was already good at.
English gave me confidence. Many people tried to divert my attention from English. Many people tried to make me weak. But no one could succeed. I never lost my confidence when the topic was English. I understood that becoming famous is not important, doing something that you love is the most important of all.
I would like to tell to all the people that no one can separate you from something that you love from the bottom of your heart. Of course, you will face so many hardships, but they will all give you a lesson to learn. You will,of course get a platform to prove yourself and it depends upon how you use it. If you really love something then go for it without any hesitation. The path is already chosen for you...