‘Why can’t you be like Sharma Jii’s son? Why can;t you? Look at him, he scores so well.He studies so hard. And look at you!!’

‘B…b..u..t Dad, I got A+ in my sports, in arts, all the other areas and non-academics.

‘Shut up you idiot. What’s the use of getting A’s in that? Look at your Science and Maths grades. You’re a worthless piece of shit. You can’t achieve anything in your life, when you can’t score good marks. You will have nothing in future. What will you do? Be a painter? Or a musician? Or that football guy? What will you do tell me? What’s wrong with you?’

‘Go, learn something from Sharma Jii’s son. He is so intelligent. And look at you, so dumb. You can’t even think of scoring of him. Stay with him for a while. Maybe his traits can get inside you. Maybe you can get a brain inside your vacant head. Go, now!!
And, start using your head instead of your legs for football. There’s nothing kept in that.It will take you nowhere.

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I don’t get this thing. Why do parents want their children to just be like other children? Or maybe just be an engineer or a doctor? Are only these occupations or courses productive?  Or only these designations bring success? Why is the myth still constant that doing something different from the crowd is called foolishness.
Trust me, all kind of interests, work, passions or whatever it is brings success if done smartly. I don’t know why some parents have the typical mindset that being a engineer/doctor/CA is going to be productive and not being what their child really wants to. This is nothing but lowering down of ones moral and confidence. All brains are different. 

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I don’t get this thing. Why do parents want their children to just be like other children? Or maybe just be an engineer or a doctor? Are only these occupations or courses productive?  Or only these designations bring success? Why is the myth still constant that doing something different from the crowd is called foolishness.
Trust me, all kind of interests, work, passions or whatever it is brings success if done smartly. I don’t know why some parents have the typical mindset that being a engineer/doctor/CA is going to be productive and not being what their child really wants to. This is nothing but lowering down of ones moral and confidence. All brains are different. 

Also, marks can never define ones capabilities. If one can mug up easily and one cannot, doesn’t mean the other one is stupid. Maybe he can excel in some other field.
So, basically, we don’t need to give any child any kind of tag. And, never demotivate anyone.
Lets, inspire them. Make a difference. These type of the people are those who create wonders.
 
Albert Einstein didn’t speak until he was four years old.
Bill Gates’ first business failed.

Jim Carrey used to be homeless.
Bethany Hamilton had her arm bitten off by a shark.

Benjamin Franklin dropped out of school at age ten.
Richard Branson has dyslexia.
Stephen King’s first novel was rejected 30 times.

Oprah Winfrey gave birth at age 14 and lost her child.
Thomas Edison failed 1,000 times before creating the light bulb.
Kris Carr turned her cancer into a business of hope and healing.
 
 

Published by Stuti Pandey