“What you want to be in life? ” I asked my son while helping him to do some homework. And simply he replied ” I will be an astronaut”. I asked him “why astronaut & why not pilot? ” And his reply was “astronaut’s life is more challenging & can see more from the top rather than a pilot”.

While initially I didn’t give any thought, later while revisiting his replies, I started thinking something else. Something on the words “I will be”. Suddenly I saw a sense of conviction, sense of belief, sense of possibility in his words which with time we lose and “I will be” is replaced by “I wish to” Or “I want to” Or “may be one day”… And that always remains there only without an inch of progress…Why so?

I believe we, the grown ups, the so called experienced people, before giving replies to such questions first start seeing all the constraints, all the barriers to “I will be” & even before replying with conviction or trying, put the blockage to this “I will be” ourselves only before anybody else does so.

When we grow up within four walls of “career”, “discipline”, “social status” & “what others will think”, we forget that there is a door too through which we were once put inside these four walls and can get out also to follow our dreams. But we start disbelieving ourselves more than others do and create a barrier to follow our own “I will be” just to follow someone else’s dream that many of us unsuccessfully try or should I not say “Successfully Fail” ?

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By tripotomaniac

Born at Lumding, a town in Assam, Anirban spent his childhood enjoying the whispering sounds of the woods and trees, cherishing the flora and fauna in places like Dwarband, Masimpur, Burlongfur, Mandardisa. Anirban’s writings reflect his deep love towards nature, people and a culture that we can follow to live by. In Anirban’s words, the golden sunrise, the meadows, the snow-clad tall mountains, the never ending seas, the horizon, the smell of sand and soil, large monuments, the history, the people fascinate him and take him to a different world. And he gives his father all the credit who made him feel, cherish and experience these wonders of Mother Earth. His contributions to travel sites like Tripadvisor has a reader base of over forty thousand as well as in websites like Tripoto, He is an author for Happytrips.com, a Times Travel Magazine. His first poetry collection “Osheemer Daak” – Call of the endless is recently published and available in Amazon, Flipkart. One can follow him at www.facebook.com/anirbandeb or his website https://www.endlessvista.com. His email id is tripotomaniac@gmail.com

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