Dream Comes Slow…

A Thousand of advices from everyone are nothing compared to one single word from Parent. I knew only when I failed in selection for Golden Youth Award competition. I at least expected for participating in competition, which took whole of my childhood time dreaming about it, but failed. 

Time then, my dad told me, “Sometimes in Life, failure comes as blessings”, just because he have experienced the truth. “I failed to do Masters Degree in India but now, I am certified from Canberra, Australia”.

As T. Edison said, “I never failed. I just found 10,000 ways that won't work”, I also never failed, and I just found ways in life which didn’t work. I don’t have to be sorry for it, the day has finished and I am done. I have done what I could. But as Winston Churchill said, “Sometimes, it’s not enough to do our best; we must do what is required”. 

I have learned from it. Now, the only thing I should know is, tomorrow’s a new day, so I should have A New Hope of Success, rather than THE Old memory of breakdown. Till now, God has rewarded me with many opportunities between every difficulty. Since then, I should still go on and keep believing in myself! J


  1. It's true Lungten. Sometimes failure becomes blessing in disguise :) Keep trying as there will be many chance in the future to join the competition and there will always be a chance for you to win as long as you never give up and put your heart and soul into it :) I wish you all the best! Cheers! :)

  2. Its for sure...hope you will go with the same life style...n just try to be the best amongst all is all my wish...


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I'm Lungten Wangchuk. Presently a student of Twelve in Zhemgang Central School. And I won't mind someone trying to correct the mistakes I make on my blog.

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