All over the nation, these couple of ‘months’ are awaited for the results. Results – of schools, of various competitions, and that of the board examinations. Several thousands of students work extremely hard to conquer their desirable place all around the nation. And as per their expectations, students succeed a lot. But what about those who fail? Don’t they deserve a life ahead? Are they the failures, or us?
The artist who sings well, the dancer who can lure the crowd by flaunting his/her moves, as well as the painter who could bind the whole world within a limited piece of paper with his/her colours will have to sit for a common paper and the paper would decide a future for all of them.
Is that what we call examinations? Are they enough for everybody?
I remember one of the most aspiring quotes of Sir Albert Einstein in which he comments on the common examination system of schools and boards nowadays.
He says,[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] “If we judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live the whole of its life thinking itself to be a stupid.” [/perfectpullquote]
Now when you read these lines, your inner self-praises you that you understood the word but now ask yourself that how long would you abide by these? Can you oath to let your own ward, run a life of his dreams and not imprisoning him beneath your ambitions?
The examination has always been a place where students’ abilities are checked. No matter whatever he/she is good at, he will be considered on a given periphery of talent-hunt and this will decide his/her future ahead.[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] “A single sheet of results can never decide my future”, [/perfectpullquote]
Sir Thomas Alva Edison has said these lines but only when he was himself bullied for his failures and he kept working for himself.
A good result will definitely support our future but the basic part that our elders forget to tell their wards is that bad result should not stop us from framing our future.
All they need is to work upon their fields with interest and to be honest in what so ever talents, their hearts, and minds are born with.
Maybe these little words can support those artists around us, who feel low when they fail to perform well in someone else’s arena.
Life will make the perfect paper set for you, wait for it and prepare for it.
The paper you will write with your talent can have no teacher suitable enough to judge it and no one capable of marking a red on it.
Prepare for your mind and perform well for your own heart.
Best of luck.
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