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  1. DIVYAKANT PAL

    Hi Piyush read ur article, pls don’t mind, but I could not clearly understand what was the message.
    I think u probably wanted to say, that usual life which v r living in todays world, is average or v r not living our dreams.
    I also agree to it very much.
    But more than that I was eagerly looking for the solution u would provide to live our dreams.
    In all ur previous article, what I really liked was the solution which u were providing for various situations which u mentioned. But this article did not mention any solution.
    I hope u r understanding what I want to convey.
    Also on the 1St two ways which u mentioned, children mind r not yet developed fully, to question the authority of people telling them n face value.
    There comes a big role of v as parents or guardians or mentors or teachers to provide them adequate feedback and adequate exposure to the substance which we feel should be beneficial to them.

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      piyush

      Hi Divyakant…I really appreciate your observation. The message of the post is to start living your most cherished DREAM, right at this moment without any delay and without any approval from anyone. Now when it comes to living your dream, it’s all about you. It’s lot like making a custom fitted three piece suit or a customised tooth implant. You got to find your own fit. The tailor and the dentist is there to help you with those customisation.
      However when it comes to customisation of your DREAM…Only you are the best judge of it. You can start with knowing thyself. You got to start with the believe that “You are a sub atomic manifestation of this infinitely beautiful and omnipotent cosmos. You are an absolute and unique entity, complete in every respect.”

    2. ashutosh

      “Also on the 1St two ways which u mentioned, children mind r not yet developed fully, to question the authority of people telling them n face value.”

      I question this assumption.
      My toddler questions my reasoning/authority all the time. Doesn’t always take my answer at face value. He has to be convinced. It will infact take the school system many years before they make him obey authority.

      What I mean is that children are not scared to ask question or question authority. They will take their chances. Its we who force them and teach otherwise (for good or worse).

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