Giving up? Not an option
Hey!! You, yes you my dear kiddos why give up?
You are legendary. Keep this in mind that failures are the stepping stones to success, you will always face temporary defeats. You are one of the most vigorous being who have ever walked on earth.
I’m serious on this guys, after the circle of 84 lacs births you are born as humans and you wanna waste this birth after silly 12th result which in fact is just a piece of paper which no one sees. Ek sant mahatma ne satya hi kaha hai “A piece of paper can’t decide your future” and that sant mahatma is none other than Thomas Alva Edison who even after failing 1000 times, didn’t leave the hope. And tum kal ke aye bacho ko sucide karna hai chand numbero k liye..🙄
Sooo, giving up should never be an option, as long as you are alive there should not be any excuse to hardwork. Marna to hai hi kuch saalo mai to kyu na kuch aisa karke mare ki duniya hume yaad rakhe.😉
So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.
– Christopher Reeve
Never give up on yourself, because when we do we are giving a halt to growth, innovation, creativity. The world will stop if you do, there have been millions before you and if they had given up the world wouldn’t have been the same, we wouldn’t have been the same.
True failure isn’t when you miss the mark, but it’s when you give up. It’s just a result guys, your IQ, your knowledge, your experience will make you successful not your 10th, 12th or Graduation mark sheets.
Do the things you love to do, create, innovate but never give up because giving up brings regret and regret is the worse feeling a person can feel. We do not regret the things we’ve done, but those we didn’t. But agar haar maan ke hi baith jaoge tooo hoga to bas regret, regret aur regret..
There are “n” no of examples but I am coating the recent one.
Read this guys (https://www.timesnownews.com/the-buzz/article/high-grades-dont-matter-this-ias-officers-mark-sheet-is-proof/418736)
According to his Facebook post, Awanish didn’t score high marks in the board exams. He scored 44.5% in Class 10, 65% in Class 12, and 60.7% in his graduation.
Through his post, he wanted to show that despite these setbacks, he never gave up. With determination and persistence, he was able to clear the difficult UPSC Civil Services Examination to become an IAS officer.
Even I am determined, I wrote this for you.💁🏻♀