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Dilemma!

 
 
     For them our education is first rather than anything. If or if not the child is interested or least interested in what education they are providing. 
    
     Did they ever asked or thought what their child is interested in gaining knowledge ? Or what are they interested to get known about? Did they ever thought of talking to their child of what is he/she dreaming to become? 

     You as a parent may think that whatever you do, do it for the sake of their happiness. But ever thought of what is their happiness is?  

     Well the point is not that parents are wrong on what they do or think for their child, point is that what the child wants to be. 

     Let them do what they are dreaming, cause "all are dreams can come true if we pursue them".May be they find it difficult in the start, encourage them rather than discouraging. Believe in what they say and what they want to be. Trust them, they will for sure gonna make their parents proud.

   Why not - all dreams can come true!



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