Champions! Do you ever thought about champions? From a single place to the top colleges in the whole universe, champions are loved and appreciated. When a family member of yours got first rank, you celebrate it for the whole life. You distributes sweets in your neighborhood and brags about the person to the society. But have you ever thought of that person who ended up in the second rank. He might have tried in the same manner. It might be a matter of seconds or he might have lagged behind a few points. But still we congratulate just the first one. History marks the names of champions.
Love! Have you ever thought about one sided love? Do you know how one feels when their love is not reciprocated? It kills them. Yet, they never complain. They never blames anyone else. They accept it was their choice totally. In love, sometimes, the sacrifice made by one results in the smiles of others. In a dual seated chair, a third one can sit only when one of them get away. The person who made the sacrifice would never be recalled. People would make fun of them. Their part will be erased from the whole history of love. But, who cares! No one did and no one will.
Comparison! Did you ever compared yourself with others? Such a worst beast it is! Until this process you might be filled with confidence, but once after the ceremony, confusion replaces confidence. I never understand, why would we possibly compare ourselves with other people. Yaar, we all are unique in our own ways and still such things happen among us. This ceremony has been conducted through generations and it will continue for centuries too. No matter how badly educated you are. I guess the savages are better. Who cares!
Losers! Are you happy when someone calls you a loser? You might not be, right? Well that's not your fault. It happens because no one encouraged you to accept this tagline prior to this. I saw a film today, which you all might have watched. The title is "Chhichhore" starred by Sushant Singh. We need an inspiration or something that shook us to accept a concept. This movie was my thing of motivation. It let me accept and love the tagline losers. It once again reminded me,
Just do your part. Never worry about the results. It's just that, people might call you a loser, but what really matters is you never give up until you die. It's do or die. It's okay if you fail. History might mark the names of champions but don't you worry, students are least interested in learning them. Do your thing so that when you face the result you can be proud of your "self" that you did it.