A witty saying proves nothing.
On the course of our study, we are going to meet a lot of people in this circle. Well I wouldn’t be surprised, it is one of the most challenging exams in the country and diversity is the beauty of it. And when we say diversity, it is right from the language, cultures, behavior and the type of people as well. And when we meet so many people, we also meet a plenty few who tend to take the high road on a talk.
Some of them love to give “Gyaan” as we say it, maybe yes some do, I guess even I do. That might seem extraordinary in all aspects, but the bigger question would be, what does that mean? Is it going to be of any use to me? Is it going to make a difference to my strand of thought in a better way?
Cos, let us face it, there is a lot on demand for the exams, and you really don’t have enough space to fill in the words of your external influences, it is more of the actions they have taken which makes a difference to you and to them as well. Be careful of who you listen to, there are a few who are men of character and then there are the others. It is a choice to decide whom you let to make an impression on you.