What Defines Our Limits?

India Fellow

It’s not very often that you come across people from a completely different background than yours and get a chance to know their story. The first day of our induction training was a fine day in that regard. Listening to the fellow’s stories and life experiences was inspiring and eye-opening; it made me think, and reflect upon my previously held beliefs.

From all the fascinating stories my co-fellows shared, one in particular caught my attention and left me pleasantly surprised, even though it did not agree with what I initially thought was a fact. Being brought up in a metro and seeing a lot of recent success stories had left an impression on me, that in today’s world, anyone who wishes to succeed should have a good grasp on the English language. This is because I’ve seen many people struggle to make a mark and live up to their true…

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