The Right Vision - Rishona Chopra

In Chinese folklore, there is the story of an ambitious young man who, on his twentieth birthday, became consumed with the desire to change the world. He spent the next 20 years trying to do that but couldn’t. At age 40, he settled for trying to change China. He spent the next 20 years trying to do that but couldn’t. At age 60, he settled for trying to change his village. For the next 20 years, he tried to do that but failed. At age 80, he decided to focus on changing his family. He spent the next 20 years trying to do that but couldn’t. At age 100, he decided to focus on changing himself. But the next day, he died.
We often try to change the world and others according to us, but we never try to change ourselves. But why? Because it is easier. It is easier to find faults with others, but it is difficult to
change ourselves.

Rishona Chopra
Grade VI
Gyanshree School

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