A week ago one of my friends asked me,
"How you manage to maintain a balance between traveling and studies?"
An expected question, because MBBS itself is so vast you see students embedded in books.
But I think
*travelling in itself is a subject*
" The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page"
True in itself.
Nothing will teach you more than exploring the world and accumulating experiences does.
When I travelled for the first time (I guess to Delhi) it felt like a burden initially, but after I came back and went down to the memory lane, I didn't even realise when traveling became my passion.
A passion to explore the unexplored .
A passion to change yourself into a beautiful person inside out.
Travelling (personally for me) bought a lot of changes in my life and made me a completely different individual than I was before.
For me what I learnt was much more than just exploring various cultures, traditions ,and lifestyles.
Travelling bought to me that moment of my life ,the moment which made me realise ,what I am made for and what I have to do.
Sitting by the flowing streams took me into a dream world, a world where I knew, what my future is all about.
And I personally think this moment is very essential in one's life.