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Goals - Do You Really Need One?

Each one of us must have given some thought to this at some point in our life. Some may have had goals, some may have not had any and some wouldn't have bothered to give it a thought at all. I didn't have a goal when I passed out of college. All I knew was I had to work to earn money. I gave it a thought quite late in my life when I had spent almost half of my life working in sales and was seriously contemplating to pursue my passion for arts and take it up as a full time profession.
I used to watch every morning people fresh from their morning bath wearing their neatly ironed clothes and marching along on their way to work. As I watched them I used to think about what drives them to get up every morning and go to work? (Besides the fact that they have to feed their families and earn a living) did each one of these people have a goal in their life? What do you mean by goal? Is it necessary to have a goal what if one does not have a goal?
A whole lot of questions were floating in…

Dawn Of Hope

It’s a great feeling to set your first foot forward, whenever you are doing something for the first time there is a lot of fear, anxiety, enthusiasm, excitement, eagerness and most important of them all hope the one word based on which the whole world wakes up in the morning and is ready to take on life and its myriad challenges.

As I set my first foot forward in my new endeavor I rely on nothing else but that one word “hope”. I invite you to come along with me in my journey where I create, learn, experience, share and enrich myself and try to help my fellow men in the process. I believe an artist and his art are not separate but one and the same and it’s the artist’s viewpoint on various things in his life that gets depicted in his art. Hence this blog will talk about all those experiences that I come across and my views on them. I hope to see this blog evolve as a meeting ground for exchange of ideas, thoughts and experiences where your feedback as an artist/reader will add to the di…