Lessons from Subway Surfers – 4

Continuing with my series on Subway Surfers, here is my next post and the last one in this series.

There is a feature in the game which allows you to buy your way out of playing certain goals. Sounds familiar?

Like in our real lives, we have the easy way out of a lot of things. But it doesn’t mean that it is always right, does it?

The easy way out , is well, easy. In life, we always have choices. We have the choice to act, the choice to think and the choice for just about anything.

We are bound by a lot of constraints. We have our parents to be answerable to, our friends to accept us and the society to not scrutinize our every move. Ever wondered what it would be like if you didn’t have the nagging voice in your head to dictate your every move?

As humans, we need approval, be it from our friends, family or society. What if we didn’t have to worry about any of those and just be who we are? Sounds surreal? I agree but it’s not impossible.

It is not easy to take the right road. You will find yourself alone, without any help or encouragement. But that little voice inside your head is all that you need. To be you, to be unique. After all, no two individuals are like in spite of sharing 99% of DNA.

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