This post is a dedication to my friend Rishi Raj who I have never met but only came to know through blogging. Rishi Raj had to make a tough decision to leave his established blog and pursue his studies. Something that pained him and us eventually but something I am happy to see, a real maturity in a 14 year old.
Did he make the right decision? For me yes and I am happy with it. For a young bloke like him he has a long future ahead and making such a tough decision at such a tender age can only make him better in the future.
Why Leave Something Established?
There can be many reasons, and in case of Rishi he had to pursue his studies concentrate on something that will eventually be his future. In every way he will gain and make inroads into various other things.
It is not only about leaving blogging, there are many people who leave their jobs to start blogging. It is harsh for a 14 year old to make such a tough and big decision.
I see a huge future for him, because he could make a decision that is so tough for people who are older than him. Leaving something established is something that is always tough. Like leaving a job to hop onto something else, Rishi’s decision is remarkable. He has his priorities set and is working towards it.
Sadness In Leaving, Huh
There will be sadness in leaving something. I was sad when I came to US because I had to leave my loved ones who I could not meet anymore. But then after a few months I got used to it, they got used to it. I came here to achieve something not to be away from them and after a while your emotions go away, they are overtaken by realities of life.
Emotions are drawn at such moments but eventually everyone overcomes the grief. It is about losing someone but the happiness that you would have once they come back is immense and more than what you would expect if they had been around all the time.
Well Rishi here is to you a toast. I will await your comeback and will be happy when you have eventually stepped over your biggest hurdle of completing your studies. I will miss you and wish you the best of luck in whatever you do.
Waiting for Rishi Raj part 2.
A blog post is not forever, but my friends are. I am glad that I blogged as it made me know people I never would and it makes me more happy that I can care for someone who I will never meet.