Life is a maze

One fine day, while I was studying my father came and surprised me with a gift. It was a tiny book with an interesting subject line “Who moved my cheese” by Dr Spencer Johnson.

Considering it to be a storybook, I decided to give a shot; but to my surprise, it taught me some important lessons of the lifetime. This amusing and enlightening book was more powerful than I could even think of. Many circumstances since then have proved me over and again that:

Life is no straight and easy corridor along
Which we travel free and unhampered,
But a maze of passages,
Through which we must seek our way,
Lost and confused, now and again
Checked in a blind alley.

But always, if we have faith,
A door will open for us,
Not perhaps one that we ourselves
Would ever have thought of,
But one that will ultimately
Prove good for us
                                                                              — A. J. Cronin

Life is about challenges

Have you ever imagined a world without difficulties.. What if we all think alike? What if there is no competition what so ever? Undoubtedly life will be wrinkle free. However, this also means no innovation or transformation.
Ship in harbor is safe but that is not what ships are built for.
Let the ship sail!

Interlaken, Switzerland