– Gustave Flaubert
The calm pace of the life I used to live had its own charm as well as a nagging concern that I will eventually become another brick in the wall. That constant struggle led me to choose this fellowship. Everything was hard in the beginning which fueled my suspicion that whether I was also lured into an abyss. This reflection had an ascending evolution which started from the ground level in which I work towards a spiritual self.
Having to go through such situations starts influencing how we see ourselves and our thought process. Life was much simpler when I knew less about the social cob in which I existed. The more I know, the more I try to solve it and it becomes even more confusing and frustrating. This is the part where our ancestors will get the chance to say “I told you so…”, which is pretty much visible in that old saying, “Ignorance is bliss!”.