When she was 5 years old, she used to dream about being a single child because she had 3 siblings. Who used to tease her saying – she is an adopted child or picked from garbage bin like so many things. Today she was smiling on her stupid dream.
When she was in 7th class, she used to dream about being independent. So this year age Independence had her own definition like- getting job on her own, spending money on her choice of clothes, food, shoes anything. So she achieved long back ago even before becoming an entrepreneur. It’s lovely to see and feel that you have had lived your dream.
When she was in 8th class she used to dream, herself performing classical dance on stage in front of hundreds of people. Unfortunately she couldn’t learn classical dance but she have had given such performance in 3 different dance competitions. And had got the couple of opportunities to do the same on various platforms. So actually she had lived this dream too.
Being a 10th & 12th standard student she dreamt of being in top 10 positions in class. And bingo she did it. So happy she was.
Her another dream she started seeing by the age of 13 or 14, actually was meeting The Sushmita Sen. She was not a desperate Bollywood fan ever since her childhood but the only person she ever wanted to meet was Sushmita Sen. And guess what 😇…she met her when she was 31. Not only she met she got a chance to spend few minutes with her and having conversation with her. She admired her like anything. And the whole universe made the every brick move to make this happen with her. Lovely.
Then one day she left job to achieve another dream of being a successful business woman. There she was. A bliss.
Sometimes we forgot to counting on our blessings. Even we don’t have time to stop and think that many blessings we have missed to count.
We just do too much let it go that comes in our habit. Don’t let this happen. Write your own blessings list.
Keep reading the whole series of 26 stories of #GirlwithGoal under the #atozchallenge on this page #maxmumsonia. Letter K (11/26) See you tomorrow…