Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Growing Pains

Throughout our adolescence, our parents tell us to study hard, find a well paid job, work hard and find a good wife to stay at home. And most of the times, we try to do all these without knowing the reasons. And as we mature, everything also grow meaningless as more questions remain unanswered. You try to come to term with it, but to your disappointment, you only become more confused than ever. Then you begin the search for yourself, for what really you are and in the process, you will know what really you want from your life. Like an onion having its skins peeled off, old values die, layer by layer. The process is painful. But like the birth of new skins, new ideas and understanding are evoked.

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