Good things happens when you set your priorities straight.

This is about, what I am seeing from last couple of years among youngster of age 16-24. They are the best in their fields; they have varied kind of interests which make them different from one another. Once I was watching an interview of a very renowned professor where the anchor asked her ‘ma’am what advice you want to give to the youngsters of your country’.

She very firmly replied – “I think and I know that youngsters of today are very aware of every situation and they can use their mind in a very precise way, but i always see them struggling with their love affairs. And sometimes it becomes very difficult for me too to handle and explain their wrong behavior to my own kids.

We all know that hormonal changes occur in all of us at the age when we attain puberty. We start liking girls/boys. But that doesn’t mean we should spoil our life for one of them for not being going around with us. When a girl or a boy rejects us, we start misbehaving with our parents, sister or brother just to get out of that tension. Obviously it’s a very beautiful thing to fall in love with someone. But!

Always keep one thing in mind that it’s your life, and there is no one out there who can spoil it or you will spoil it just because you are no more going around with your boyfriend/girlfriend. Just think of times when you were a kid and your dad used to ask you that what you want to be in future? And you used to say, doctor, pilot, army man etc. etc.

These things are still there in mind but are covered with the tension you get from all these love affairs, drugs, and all that distract you from your priorities.

Talk to your parents, laugh aloud with them, and when you feel that you don’t have any tension, just sit down and sort out your priorities and then think how you can accomplish all those priorities.

Life is beautiful, live life King Size and never let anyone spoil it not even for a nonsense reason.


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  2. I’m amazed, I must say. Rarely do I come across a blog that’s equally educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head. The issue is something which not enough people are speaking intelligently about. I’m very happy I stumbled across this in my hunt for something relating to this.

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