Before you start making some false assumptions keeping Chetan Bhagat’s book in mind, let me tell you, it has nothing to do with it or may be very little in common, just like Donovan’s Life Is A Merry Go Round.
“Life is a merry-go-round.
If you miss out this time,
Don’t let it fret your mind,
Love will come round in the end.“
Imagine a race where you encounter the rocky muddy roads. After crossing them with a great difficulty, you reach some smooth concrete path. Wouldn’t you feel happy and enthusiastic about it? Well, that is when, you realize the deterrent effects caused due to the rocks stuck in between the patterns of the wheel. Nothing can be worse than that. But, will you just stop there? No. We would probably change the wheel and keep going. Life in-fact throws at you this kind of rocky paths and punctures, but the repair is not always possible.
Coming to the mentioned “3” mistakes, consider me as a muggu or whatsoever, this is about the choice of courses I have made for my minor elective. After getting out of the messy screwed up first year, when I started to believe that things are going well, it took me no longer than a year to realize this mistake. Fascinated by the challenging “Operations Research” course, I and a couple of my friends opted it. I love challenges, true, but I realized that this course/ challenge is not my thing. The three courses (my 3 mistakes):
1. Fundamentals of Operations Engineering
2. Advanced Operations Research
3. Computer Simulations
have just made me curious over time to realize that it’s not my thing and when I realize, there was nothing to change. I couldn’t go back in time.
Among the chaos and the wheel, scattered all around.
“Let it go, let it go
Can’t hold it back anymore”