It was somewhere 4years since I was slightly shy and bright, sometimes hasty and at times idealistic. I was in the final year of my bachelor’s course in microbiology. Life was full of fun and friendship. I did not know what hardship and courage meant.
It was probably mid of my final year, I and my friend Sana was much enjoying our own company, those libraries and combined studies made our bond much better. We shared each secret. Sana was the very encouraging and interesting girl I ever met in my life. But nothing stays forever it has to change over time.
I was looking forward to completing my bachelor’s degree and further masters in microbiology, everything was clear and possible to me. But, as time passed something begins to convince me that made my further plans impossible and after completing my bachelor’s degree I got an opportunity to teach secondary school students.
However I was not keen on taking up the job, I saw it as a challenge. I had done extremely well in academics but was a little bit shy and had a fear of speaking in front of a crowd. Little did I know then in real life academic excellence is not sufficient to be successful.
I shared this with my mum( my inspiration) she was very much confident that I can handle the whole class and can make a good influence on the students out there. I agreed to attend the interview.
As directed, I went to the office and there were three lady academics on the board and I realised then that this was a serious duty. I knew for sure I would not get the job, so I was rather cool while the interview was being accomplished.
The board asked me some questions and I answered all of them. They asked me to wait for a while and I was told I had been successful. I was just wondering how this happened. So this was what the future had in store for me.
I was very happy with my job and got to know many things which are needed in a happy lifestyle and also I was losing all those connections which I made in my college years.
It was very tough not to think about what I had left behind. However, we all must understand that everything is written and it’s going to happen, it’s all our destiny.
And a whole year passed away with those students and then the time came to leave them, I never thought to leave them but as I was getting married and should leave my livelihood, this was again the part of Destiny. I came far around 150mile away from my home town and could never engage any institute.
And now I am happily married with a beautiful daughter, Ummm it’s just a bit quick for a while to have a family but it’s all my Destiny. I’m happy that I’ve got the opportunity for working a whole year with those smartphones.
This all enlightened me that everything happens for a reason and it’s all written.
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