I am a dreamer…a man on a mission…living for just 1 ultimate dream…to achieve greatness…to be remembered for who I am…to be a source of inspiration for many others and to make a difference in many lives. All my life, I have believed in challenging myself to do the impossible…set goals, work hard…at times, fail…never losing hope…starting again to finally achieve what I set out to…EXCELLENCE !
I have never limited myself to the usual mindset…I love to walk on the road less travelled…living on the edge…And looking back at the last 1.5 years of this roller coaster life of mine, I have done just that… I have been lucky enough to have been loved and respected so much all this while and it has been due to years of hard work and sacrifices.
With 5 more days to go before I bid goodbye to AHIRC, I have already started to feel all emotional and nostalgic because I ‘temporarily’ lived my dream here, on a smaller scale though…I have tasted success, applause…I have met so many wonderful people – at work, the patients, the relatives. Made some awesome friends, sadly no girlfriends here too.(Do you really exist dream girl or do I have to be in love with cars and bikes for the rest of my life?) It feels overwhelming to be appreciated by senior consultants in the past 1 week for my commitment at work, the sincerity…Deep down, they make me feel too that I will be missed as much as I will miss AHIRC and working with them.
A glimpse of the past few months (some might complain I look back in time a lot, but that’s where I derive my strength from…after all, Life is my greatest Teacher! ) has made me realize my true potential, I have gained a lot of courage to push myself harder…be more focused…for I realize it’s a long journey ahead…and a bright future awaits with arms wide open. All these years of my existence, I have been the pillar of support, the hope for my parents and other family members and I will do everything to make them proud. I’m well aware of the fact that more than mine, their sacrifice was greater.
I really pray I always remain on the high that I’m on right now writing this. May be its the effect of the awesome drives going and coming back from work every day with some street racing at adrenaline pumping speeds …the loud music, the rains.
Six months more of some serious studies and hard work before the curtain starts to rise and I get to sense what the future will be like….Dear life, bring it on now !