Take new steps

Life has no authentic lessons to tell, unless you are doing your homework and making any effort to move ahead. A risk free life comprises of taking used steps, trying nothing new and playing same role everyday. How would you feel, it taught same nursery rhymes every day for years, in all the standards. Its no use of being afraid on trying new scripts, because on of these untried scripts can someday result in a block buster, which no body expected. Choose the path less traveled by, choose to climb the mountains and then skid back on roller shoes. Unless it killed you, it will be an experience to die for. A routine teacher will teach you what is written in the books, a day out of the books will tell you what there is, in real, inside the woods. Take chances, step ahead, do the unusual and get the unusual.

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8 thoughts on “Take new steps

  1. It’s much easier if you are a daydreamer. Life teaches you the nursery rhyme and you sit on the back bench and dream. I’ll choose that : untrodden paths and the leeches , they spook me out

  2. Love this “A routine teacher will teach you what is written in the books, a day out of the books will tell you what there is, in real, inside the woods. Take chances, step ahead, do the unusual and get the unusual.”

  3. “if it doesn’t kill you, it’s an experience to die for.”

    Very true! Love the subject matter/message. Life is all about growing, and without exploring, where are we going? It takes stepping out of our comfort zone to expand our comfort zone.

    GREAT article friend!

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