Marriage Before Adulthood Not Death Of Talent

For all my readers who want to know more about me.

I believe all of us have many hidden talents that we have never had the time or the opportunity to realize. Writing is one such example for me. I had a passion for writing since childhood. Back in the day, I wrote a few articles in a magazine, and then I had to stop as life took its turns and posed different complications and responsibilities. But I never stopped writing my daily diary, something I keep at to this date.

After achieving much success in the real estate business and trying my hand in equity and other investment instruments, it’s time now for me to satisfy my passion for writing. However, I have gathered so much experience by this stage of my life, both through successes and failures, that it makes sense for me to share it with others and learn more from this journey of life. I don’t know what more is in store for me in the coming years but right now I am really enjoying my writing and getting so much encouragement and love from my friends and family.

I was born to be married before adulthood, but as life threw its opportunities and challenges at me, experiences, learning, and interaction with some amazing people helped me develop many skills and abilities leading to success in most of my pursuits.

Today, I am content with whatever success I have achieved in my long and diversified career.

God has sent all of us in this world to accomplish some tasks and with some innate talent. I feel fulfilled with mine. I believe everyone is blessed with something that’s unique to them and I wish everyone is able to unearth their hidden talent at some stage in their life, even if it’s later than sooner, like me. God bless all.

Published by Anita Vij

A caring mother of 2. A loving wife. An aspiring individual who wishes to share her life-long learnings with the rest of the world.

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