“A wise person doesn’t see his foot on the ground, he watches his next step.”
I don’t think that there exists a person who likes to be stagnant. We all want that life should keep moving on. Though there are times which help us in getting surrounded by our doubts. These doubts are just like a glue stick. They will keep on sticking with you until and unless you show the brawn to them. But if you keep on delaying in finding the solutions to those doubts, they will be pasted on you just like a permanent adhesive and they don’t even require much time!
The basic rationale behind ‘Step Two’ is that no matter how you performed in step one. If step one was great, keep in the light of greatness glowing inside you. And, if you found yourself in dark, try to shine in the second one. You must be thinking that most of us talk either about winners or about losers. Where are the mediocre people? (Don’t smile just because I caught the right thread! I too had this thought.) That’s the reason why I am here to describe the ‘Step Two’ of a mediocre.
Let’s take an example, suppose there was a student, very studious. Serious about everything going on in class but at the time of result, why this student is seen without a smile? Have you ever thought from this perspective? May be the student looks happy with the results of others. The people who used to laugh all the time in class are still smiling. And this child… again revolving in the make-believe world. The student is not at all jealous but is sad as the hard work didn’t reward. But you see that after a while, this seriously started rewarding the mediocre student. The student always believed in Taking the Step Two by learning from the faults in ‘Step One’. And finally, the glow on face is still at a young age, ready to become more mature and always ready to take step two.
Now would you like to know this Serious Neophyte?
Okay, let me tell you. This is none other than the person sitting on the other side of your screen and describing the real experience in detail.
Yes, you got it! Here, I am taking my ‘Step Two’ in college.