Take all the chance you get in life, because some things happen only once.
When I was casually surfing through Facebook, I saw this post called All I need is a chance featuring Ms. Kalki Koechlin. I was intrigued by looking at the post’s caption so thought of taking a peek through the video. The videos is stressing more about education system in India specially education for a girl. It gives out a message telling about providing a chance for everyone who wants to do something which they are interested in.
Yes, everyone needs a chance and a support to do what they are interested in. I have seen people asking their children to do something later, procrastinating the events that they are interested in. Whenever we procrastinate any thing, our mind goes into a stance where it decides of postponing everything that we intend to do at the moment.
The children during their teenage crave to prove themselves for the ones around them. They always look for a creek in the wall to get out to the world, explore it in all the possible way. This kind of energy must be channelised in a positive way, with guidance from the person the child trusts makes him or her to walk the path they need. They look for a chance everywhere to explore and grow in the world. Their energy must not be suppressed, it must be encouraged to give an exposure to the challenging, ever expanding world.
With the chance given to him or her, the child feels confident enough to face the challenges in the world as the person guiding has his back. Though he fears the failure that might occur during the journey, the inspiration from a mentor will make him face the challenges again with confidence.
Not only a child needs a chance, every living creature around us needs a chance. We need chance everywhere wether it might be workplace, personal life or social life, only if we get a chance, we can prove ourselves to the world about our capabilities. We must create a chance to explore the world and give chance to the people who needs it.
If you don’t take a chance, you don’t stand a chance.