We live in a world where people decide how to live, where to go, and when to get married. This world is forcing us to fit into boxes. Well, the boxing rules are there too. They will ask you to stick to one box at a time.
We live in a country where there is a certain way to be a certain thing. For instance, a stereotypical lawyer cannot have a girlfriend; if he does he cannot become a good lawyer. In the same way a stereotypical writer should not worry about his looks because artists are not supposed to worry about being their looks, they should be carefree. Likewise a good mom is not supposed to have a life beyond her kids because how can she be a good mom if she thinks beyond the periphery of children.
We live in a society where you have to be a certain way as a set to be certain thing and it starts right away from our childhood. The first question that pops up in the minds of parents is, what do you want to be when you grow up? We never ask our children who they want to become when they grow up and the question of “WHO” is more important.
Do you want to become a kind and a compassionate human being who may not know geometry, who may not know how acute and obtuse works but he or she knows what it feels like to be passionate and crazy about chasing their dreams?