(The Butterfly Effect is a concept invented by the American meteorologist Edward N. Lorenz to highlight the possibility that small causes may have momentous effects. It is an idea which conveys that a single small incident can have a big impact in the future. The butterfly effect may take a lot of time but it eventually leads to significant outcomes.) I was born in a middle class family as the second daughter. However my parents were very forward thinking in their outlook towards daughters as well as education. At no time did my sister and I feel that our parents would have preferred sons to daughters. We were allowed to pursue our academic studies as per our interests, without any interference. My sister, Tapasya Didi, had completed her post graduation and had appeared for State Civil Services Exams. She was not too hopeful of getting through and decided to do B.Ed. to while away the time before her 2nd attempt for the Civil Services exams. The B.Ed. application form arrived by post and was yet to be filled. Meanwhile the results of the Civil Services exams were out and Tapasya Didi had cleared it. There was celebration and joy at her sterling achievement. Since Didi no longer was going to do B.Ed., I decided to fill the form and do B.Ed. as I was already a graduate. I thought this was a light course and simultaneously I could start preparation to follow in the footsteps of my sister to join the State Administrative Services.
A Rainbow of Words
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Category: Motivational/Self TransformationAuthor: Suniti Kharbanda