Lastly and for a long time, I wasforcibly doing something wherein I did not put my 100% belief. Or so as I think.I just acted as if like my efforts will fetch me a result in later stages eventhough I may have to experience the initial rough phases. Initially I believedthat my efforts will not go in vain; in fact they did not go completely in vainof course. But it is like a good meal, served in little quantities. You feelgood for some time, and then you feel hungry again. I swept aside my accordedgoals, pride, sleep and everything for this particular goal but ultimately itturned out to be a near-failure. Or what better can a sluggish impractical ideacan be called?
But the dark cloud left aproverbial silver lining for me. Yeah I am indeed saying that “the grapes were probablysweet” and I could not reach them, but I tried my best to jump high and taste them. The failure taught me to be more selfish, pragmatic, shrewd, focused andcalculative. I learned a hell lot of things which otherwise I would have neverknown and learned how ill-decisions can spoil a novel and honest effort. I knewhow to build teams properly and delegate efficiently. Like a patient after abad influenza or something, I developed immunity for many things and my goalsare clearer than ever. I do hope that when I look back at this post after 10years or something (if I live that long!) I can still feel the passion which I amfeeling while typing on this QWERTY.