A decision can adversely affect your life. I’m having the side-effects truly. My physics class is happening, for my least interest.
Having tried all ways to understand physics, now I just want to raise my hand to give up. Giving up is no wrong, sometimes it’s for good, because the truth is we all are no Einstein’s or Newton’s. We can be great in arts or maybe we could definitely do something in management or a musician or an actor or a scientist or a teacher or just a clerk. It doesn’t matter what as long as we can choose to be good at it. The job matters the least; what matters most is happiness. Are you making most of it, are you enjoying your work, are you happy doing your job or regretting your job, your life?
The decision can really eff your life, no matter who made it, you or someone else. A bad decision calls for worse consequences. Sometimes, we let out loved ones take decisions, which in future creates tension between and a knot remains there. One can’t open the knot in this thread of relation, can just prevent it. I lost a relation, quite an important one. In retrospect, however, I know it was meant to be in one way or the other. Nonetheless, it could have been prevented then, if they suggested me for some things rather imposing on me and I accepting the decision by measuring it.
The decision that I had to pursue, made me emotionally numb for a while. I became very silent after it.
“Regrets comes in all shapes and sizes. Some regrets for doing the wrong thing, some regret for making the wrong choices but the biggest regrets in life are for not being able to do something, for not getting a chance to walk even few steps to the road of your passion—something that you loved doing, could do for hours without any reward, money.
I know, not everybody who follows their passion get success but the journey makes it just worth it. The journey gives you what million dollars can’t. It keeps you alive. It gives you a reason to work on every morning and a chance to thank god for blessing you with an attempt to do the thing you felt strongly for.
People should always be asked— “what you wish to do rather than what you aim to do?”. As to what I see and feel, there’s a subtle difference and strangely even the person is unable to figure that out until he’s wasted some years trying to find a satisfaction in his aim while he left his passion considering it was just a hobby.
Suppose, a person wants to sing or dance maybe, it doesn’t matter if he’s an expert or sloppy. It’s just simple—he wants to do it, he likes it. But he aims to be an engineer or say doctor.
Our aims in life are often a result of some influence but our vocations are true. So ask yourself is it my passion, can I do it for the rest of my life, if I have enough money would I just do it?
& then, Follow your heart <3