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Hi, I’m Sannidhya and I guess you and I can boost to the fact that when human and then she got one little thing millions of what-ifs arise in his/her mind, and this thirst to know helps us go f forward, the thing is that I still find it to be kind of like radium or any other radioactive substance because the thing is that even though they provide us with lots of energy we have a lot of risk of dying by radioactivity and stuff you know the radioactivity and stuff, I did not find trying to know the core of one specific thing to be the scene or equal as trying to master every single thing by little amount, hi Sean that if you are perfect at one thing it would be a lot more helpful as compared to trying to know a lot of other things that you probably can’t master but for me what I believe is that you only need to know as much as how much will be required by you in the future if you want to learn anything.

 What I believe is that no matter how deep you get into something, it being proven to be practical knowledge for you is all that will ever matter. We all are aware of the fact that whenever we try to learn something after we get the hold of it, we start enjoying it, and when things like that happen, in many success stories you may have noticed that once you get used to the struggles, they evolve, and at some point of time they become unbeatable, and that’s when you know you have come far, you have beaten the hard, so that’s when you get a slight taste of satisfaction, this little tiny hint of failure won’t mean that you lost, instead it would show that you used that old rusty shovel to dig out gold, but that gold sadly can’t be mined by the tools you currently possess. It clearly means that though you grew one branch of the tree more than the others because the tree won’t be able to balance the weight with such a weak foundation. This actually just ends up making all of your efforts worthless, lastly, I’d like to end with the saying a nail that sticks out always gets hammered down. 

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