In the day to day life, many times we become too engrossed in the bleakness of it all, choosing instead to focus on the various problems and issues that surround us.
However, while that may be so, it is also essential that from time to time, we look at the positive things around us.
Just because something has problems does not mean that it is all bad, and perhaps the first example that comes to mind is that of our country.
No one can deny that right now, India has its fair share of troubles and problems, but one thing that this should not take away from us is our pride for our nation. As citizens of this country, we are free to grumble about the negatives we experience here, but at the same time, it should not result in us giving up too.
To make sure that we always keep working towards development and progress, the Yi or Young Indians organization has their annual event of Take Pride, which essentially has about 13,000 young men and women, with a will and reach to effect change come together in a bid spark inspiration.
Whether it be cinema, politics, business, sports and more, all these people are joined just to learn and share from India’s youth.
They talk and discuss on how to change our country, how to make it a better place to live and rise its name on the global platform.
A big way that this happens is when successful people, who have made something of themselves, talk about their journey of how they rose to their current position.
Allow these known personalities like the CM of Goa Manohar Parrikar or the MD of Patanjali, Acharya Balkrishna or even the founder of Pay TM, Vijay Shekhar Sharma to shed some words of wisdom on you all: