Saturday, March 04, 2006


People assume that challenges come with growing up. The same people assume that we as young adults dont have enough challenges in our life, just as we assume children dont have enough challenges in theirs.
I think what we forget is that the challenges always exist. When you're younger its something simpler like "what is a good excuse to skip school today" to "how do i avoid that bitchy girl/bully at school" or just peer pressure or being a laughingstock.
As young adults its career, education, results or not enough results.
As we grow older its our children and our family and retirement planning etc.
I think the challenges always exist and at the time that we face them, they seem surreal and HUGE but as we grow, the level of challenges also grow. I mean you cant expect the same level of obstacles in Level 1 of the game called life as you do in maybe Level 10?
What do u guys say?
Yea I know its a depressing idea it means that its never gonna get easier just harder


richunderconstruction said...

yes challenges... at every point of time there r things v want o avoid, or things we cant face. maybe its a huge monster v build in r head, it grows as v grow older n start wonderin' abt opinions, competition, insecurities, n then, ppl.

Ethan said...

I wonder what life would be without challenges?

Some people take life as a struggle and some as a challenge. I prefer being the latter...

singlewheatfemale said...

I think there is choice possible to us at any moment, as long as we live. But there is no sacrifice. There is a choice, and the rest falls away.
Second choice does not exist.
k pass, tooooooo much gyaaan :)