Identifying your life of purpose by embracing your pain

Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams. Donovan Bailey

Well I want to share my story which I wish that I would never want this happened in my life again. It was the time when I was preparing for the E-Cat test. In the previous academy I have made a friend. He was also with me and we were going at Kips Academy Johar Town together on my bike. He had no bike so I told him that I would pick and drop him from his home. Days were going on and we were busy always together preparing for the test. One morning I was driving and before we reached at the canal road my bike stopped and I was kicking it but it was not starting. I went to petrol pump but there was no problem in my bike. It was morning time so no bike workshop was opened. I called my brother told him the same situation. He said go to kips I would call my friend. He lives in Johar town and he would help you. From canal to kips academy it’s the distance of about 7–8 km. I told my friend to be with me and we have to go there by foot. He said it’s a long distance I can’t walk the long road. I said then leave me here you go by rickshaw and I am coming behind you. He then agreed. He left me on the road. I was alone with my bike that was out of order. I felt very sad because in the hour of need he left me. I was sad how I was caring for him so much but he didn’t even look back. Now, in future I can bear every time and type of pain, I am strong to bear pain. I identify the purpose of my life is by bearing pain and sacrifice.

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