We reach a point in life where we have to make a choice...sometimes willingly, sometimes not.
From having to choose between our favourite food or which object to opt for, or a career choice, or choose a profession, it keeps on getting tougher and more often than not leaves us with regrets when we fail. Failures make us re-think the existence of life. It feels like the end of the world. We question our choices. Whether it was to give up our passion for a more definite career, are dreams fulfilled or is it just a myth. When we were kids, there were no assumptions or restraints. Travelling time and space didn't seem impossible.
So why 20 years later, choosing to be an artist over a professional degree sounds unreasonable?
They say dream big, but those dreams sound foolish if they don't give a degree or a 9-5 job or a definite-set course?
Why failure in CA is more acceptable than failing in pursuing our passion, why one small hurdle in our choice is more repulsive than getting 6 months behind in life?
Just because it's our choice or does is it have something to do with the conventional mindset of the society?
I am not against pursuing education, I believe it is equally important to complete a basic level of education, graduation or even get a degree just as long as you get a shot at pursuing your dreams too...