“I am currently a 12th passed student at india and i am preparing for mbbs entrance….but i started dreaming about being agriculturist and transform our nepal….being a doctor is a pride but internally i want to become agricultarist (bsc agri)…GIVE A STRONG POINTS TO NORTURE MY DREAM AND i want to kill d feeling to be a doctor”
I really appreciate your thoughts and dreams. Often time, we conflict between what we want to do in life. You are not alone.
A lot of people studies something and dreams about being something else. At some stage, people gets an awakening call which clears their confusions. Talking about you, what first drive you to be Doctor? Sounds like its not your first choice. I hope its not because of your family pressure either.
On the other hand, Your dream to be an agriculturist sounds very rare and appropriate for our country Nepal. I bet there are very limited man power and resources in this field. You can definitely create a milestone in this area. I believe, the country is in need of people like you who are experts in agriculture as agriculture is the main source of economy in our land. Please do consider your dream and think about the things you can contribute in this field. If this inspires you, You can DEFINITELY GO FOR YOUR DREAM.
Dear Dreamer, there is something else i want you to know when you conflict between your choice and dreams. People can suggest you and guide you and show you the possibilities they know about. And, then you can analyse their suggestions and consider your own feelings.
Your instincts will always tell you what you want to do. Talk with people about your confusions but at the end of the day, its totally up to you what to decide for your future. Don’t rely on other people’s strong points to kill or nurture your dreams. Only you would know better whats the best for you.
But yes, i would strongly recommend you to LISTEN TO YOUR HEART AND ASK YOURSELF WHAT SUITS YOU THE BEST. And where you can contribute the most.
GIVE YOURSELF SOME TIME AND THOUGHTS AND I AM SURE YOU WILL KNOW THE ANSWER.
ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR FUTURE.
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Sama Maharjan, from Sydney, Australia studied Post-graduate Diploma in Tri-Chandra College and finished her masters degree in counselling from Australian Catholic university. She has Experiences working as a School Counselor at Heartland Academy, Kathmandu and Volunteer Counselor at Tranquility Mental Hospital and research Center, Nepal. Currently, working at clinical counselor for Nepalese Australian Association in Australia too. Sama is very passionate about Counselling career.