Mon. Oct 21st, 2019

3 thoughts on “Lonely at The Top.

  1. I do not know the answers to your questions but I will try.
    Did he need to get bad marks to prove he was a good friend? absolutely not. it is very natural to crave company but real friends would not be those that are envious of your success. true friends are usually few and far between. one is lucky to have a few in a lifetime. broaden your horizon and realize that there are so many experiences you have not had yet. you have only enjoyed school life and hisar till now, there are so mamy places yet to see and live in, so many people you are yet to meet, most of them will still turn out to be assholes but some of them will be your real friends. in the mean time and even when you meet such people, you are your bestest friend and no matter who you meet ot not meet, you always have to live with yourself.

    Was he just a person who was supposed to get good marks so that his parents could show him off to others or otherwise he would an object of shame? What was the point of studying and getting high marks other than making sure you are promoted to the next class, something which would happen whether you get 40 or 99 out of a 100.

  2. I learnt it late but at one point I stopped chasing friends ( I was in a similar phase) and just enjoyed being myself. I realized then that I attracted real friends who loved me for who I was and I did not have to be someone different around them. though tbh it did mean having 1 friend in an entire batch or maybe less. but you gotta be true to yourself.

  3. Was he just a person who was supposed to get good marks so that his parents could show him off to others or otherwise he would an object of shame?
    all parents want their kids to do well in life and be successful and during education- that means scoring good marks or grades, in professional life that means earning well and getting promoted or makimg your mark, in married life it means being happy and fulfilled, etc. what you are asking is not unheard of- every single student asks these things once they step out of the race- why were they in the race? it’s absolutely logical for you to seek answers and seek you must. but you need to open you eyes and mind to the answers you would find. most people make these answers for themselves- that is the meaning each person gives to their life and it’s when you develop your own independent thinking. it’s called growing up. it’s cruel and it’s nasty but it’s worth it.

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