Not all those who wander are lost. – J.R.R. Tolkien


Ajay was a brilliant student and was active in every college activity, whether in academia or extracurricular activities. He was born and brought up in a village, but his zeal to make a mark in the world kept him learning new skills every day. What made him stand aside from others was his respectful and helping nature. He has an attitude of never denying anyone any help. Some people named him Dan Veer Karna and sometimes Gandhi due to his peaceful nature.

All of this was one side of Ajay, and the other side was always worried about what next; he had consistently scored well in studies still, he had that fear of failure in him. He was always trying to walk that extra mile to achieve that difference that was required to make him what he had. Once sharing his experience with his friends, Ajay accepted he was not like this, and it was tough for him to become what he was today. The trick that he gave his friends was that when he was in his secondary education, he met someone who emphasized self Introspection and asked Ajay to provide himself with at least half an hour daily and try to analyze how the day was things could be done.

How he can work on his mistakes and how he can always be there to improve himself and then he practiced the act daily and made it a point that he will ponder on his day and activities before he goes to bed and tries to learn from his mistakes and never want to repeat them. He wants to extend a helping hand to anyone in need, which gives him the strength he wants to achieve something new in life, may it be a skill of a materialist thing.

Thus, the moral of the story that we can learn from Ajay is that the more we introspect, the more we learn about ourselves, and the more we know ourselves, the more we can improve and become better individuals.