When I was a kid I wanted to learn to ride a bicycle. Sometimes my friends help me to ride and other times my brother but those one day lessons didn’t helped me that much. And I always complain that either the bicycle is very big for me or they are not teaching me well.
Then later I stopped learning until I came in my highschool and saw that all my classmates knew how to ride a bicycle even some knew bikes also. And then i decided to learn and urge my father to bring me a one, as old one was sold out when we shifted to a new place. Papa bought me a brand new bicycle. And this time again after one lesson that my father gave me i started complaining that this bicycle is too big or this or that. At that time no one in my family have that much time to teach me riding and i didn’t want to learn it from my friends because of the fear of humiliation. so one day i go to my papa and start complaining that how am i gonna learn this alone, this bicycle is too big for me, no one have time for me , what am i gonna do, then papa said, “if this really matters to you, you will surely find a way”, and then left. At that time i was angry at him but later on whenever i thought about riding i remember his words and then after some time i alone in one or two week learned to ride a bicycle by practicing daily on my terrace by holding the wall.
That was just a bicycle you know some kids can learn it in just 3 to 4 days but i want to share a lesson that i had learned behind this whole thing.
Consistency, self-efforts and Complainless nature are must we have to indulge in ourselves in order to learn something. We can’t learn something in just one day we have to maintain that consistency throughout the whole process. Always depending on other for learning not gonna help us.Sometimes we ourselves have to put efforts and move our ass hard to get what we want in life.
With love sakshi ❤️