I was walking into my office yesterday afternoon after visiting a bank. A few feet away from the gate, I spotted a girl crying inconsolably on the phone hiding herself behind a telephone pole on the pavement. A few tear-soaked words which I could hear gave the vague indication that the emotional outburst was over a relationship.
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
I wonder how many of us ultimately end-up doing what we really want to do i.e. achieve the 'Self Actualization' need in Maslow's Need Hierarchy. How many of us know what we want to do? And how to know what we want to do? The answer to the last question probably is trying as many things as possible. But how many of us try different things? Many often we mistake a particular liking as our calling.