Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Should Fiza Live Up to Her Dream???

              My teacher in the university narrated a true story to us about a young 17 year girl named Fiza.I would like to share her life experience with you readers. Her experience in life made me realize the blessings of my life, the opportunity that life offers me, to fulfill my dreams unlike many others around me. Yes "DREAMS" it is perhaps a small word but has vital importance in each one's life as if an individual's life depended on it. It did in Fiza's life and dreams have a great impact in my life too. 
Often for some reason fate does not permit us to fulfill our dream either in the shape of family, friends, lack of motivation and encouragement, being laughed at when unable to complete a task the first time or at times just appearance that becomes an obstruction between your dreams and you.How true is this many of us face this fact knowing or unknowinly in our daily life???  Isn't it???. 
        Here it begins... Fiza's mother is a cook, and her father a carpenter. His work isn't a very reliable one, whenever he is called he sets off to work. Her elder brother is studying in second year from a government college and works as a part time “Mechanic” as well, in the evenings. Due to shortage of money, the family often faces crisis and is mostly indulged in some argument or the other. Fiza is studying in first year. Apart from her studies she is immensely inspired by television artist and models as well. While she watches them act on television, her passion for acting and modeling arises. Since her own life lacks excitment according to her, she finds escape from her life in television. She now plans her future in the flim industry or even as a television anchor.
        “It is wonderful and an easy way to make  money“   she says....  All she has to do is give a few auditions and she will soon become a T.V star. Her parents are very worried about her. They realize that their immaturte, foolish girl is about to embark on a journey she is not equipped for. She is short in height, dark complexioned, ungroomed, a far cry from the glamorous girls who are from the industry.  She is unwilling to listen to any attempts to dissuade her. She thinks that she has great talent, waiting for discovery. J Here’s where I come in... I was asked to give her parents my piece of advice... This is what i told them and would like to shre it with you as well.
         “I believe that every individual has the freedom to dream, and to live up to that dream. Fiza is in her first year, which means she has the decerment power to chose between right and wrong for herself. Her thoughts for her family show her sense of responsibility towards them. If colour and height mattered, I doubt we would have any actor in the flim industry. Lets take the Indian flim industry for instance “Rani Mukerjee” is short in height yet has managed to pull a few strings and is auccessful so why not Fiza??? Being the 21st century makeup covers up every thing from a mole to a pimple. Well, my advice to you is that, give her try so that they is no room for regret. But on the contrary she is a little young and will require your guidance. Once she experiences this audition she will learn her destiny, at least she will not curse her parents at the end ot the day. Who knows her dreams might just come true.... And if for some reason she does not get through she can continue herself to her studies again.
         A teenagers mind is always at play, so until she will not get permission to audition, I believe she will develop resentment in her heart. I think regardless of her reality she should be given a chance to prove herself and her capabilities at least once. And why should we predict the future from now only and ruin the present??? “
            "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined."
"Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great."
Mark Twain


  1. Living a dream isn't easy. When the opportunity comes you never see it... and only after it's missed or even recognized at the proper time, I just don't feel living it... A strange feeling in me. But that's the way it works for me :-)

    Coming to the advice, that is right, everyone should live their dream and so should Fiza be given that chance. For better or worse, she will experience it her own self. I know from our elders we hear "(a) is good for you, (b) is not up to the mark" and so on... but my theory in life is unless you live that experience you wouldn't know its taste.

  2. Yes, it is true living a dream is certainly not easy. One has to face a lot of hurdles. But I feel every individual should have some dream or the other and not just dream for the sake of it, but to work towards the fulfillment of that dream. I feel dreams help to motivate an individual in life ,it gives an individual a purpose to look forward too in life.

  3. " One of the saddest things is not when someone's dreams don't come true, but rather when someone never experiences what it's like to dream."

    Everyone has a different mindset.For some dreams work, for some they may not... It all varies from individual to individual. For one a dream would be like living life through they dream, but for few perhaps just a pass time, or something of no value.

    " A successful start is from a dream and the dream starts from Willingness."