I Am a Struggler
No, no you should feel no shame in saying I am a struggler. People will gossip, speak behind your back. They will try keeping it surreptitious. They may say he/she keeps overweening. Yes admit it ; you are overweening because you are a struggler. The things you desire for, you dream of, are stuck between two possibilities. It depends on you, whether struggle for it or just stop dreaming of them. Unless you struggle, you will never get the feel. That feeling of happiness in getting things done on own.
Our parents are humans like us. Yes I admit parents are superheroes for every children. But how can we ignore the fact? They work for us every day. We get weary just after a 1 hour lecture. You parents ask you to do dishes, cook food or whatever. And don’t lie to yourself. You will find it exhausting just after 5 minutes. You will just opt to quit. You will find reasons for quitting. But you will never look for things to stick to. You will somehow convince parents too. That’s what even I did. We have never been habituated of struggling. No, because we get things easily. We have that mentality. Our parents are there. And things come to you easy because there are parents for you. But what about our parents? Just see them. Working in office, coming home back after a hectic day. Yet they keep smile on their face. Their heart glee with immense pleasure on seeing their kids. Don’t you think they get weary, teary? If we can get exhausted in just 5 minutes. Just imagine our parents they work everyday. Such a hectic schedule would break anyone down. But what has kept them going? Have you ever tried to know? That smile on your face, your happiness, is what keeps them going. They love struggling for getting things for you. Nothing warms your heart more than doing things for your loved ones struggling on own.
Trust me when the right time comes, you will love struggling.
I am overweening. I am struggling. Things I am doing now, they are for my parents, my better future, my family. My heart glee with immense pleasure because I am in some way struggling to become a good doctor. No I am just a medical student now. Courtesy of my parents, I am getting an opportunity to be a doctor. What I am now, things I have now is all because of my parents and their struggle. What my parents are now is because they have struggled for that.
I am proud because I am a struggler. Be proud to struggle. There is no shame in it.
© 2020 Samip Katwal