Walk Your Life Path
Sanivarapu, Sravanti, Indian Journal of Psychiatry
Byline: Sravanti. Sanivarapu
Life is a mysterious journey and you are walking the unknown path. You don't know what life has in store for you and what your future holds. Be bold enough to face all that comes your way, no matter what the odds are. Be brave to explore new things and walk the path, probably, which was never walked before. Who knows, what you might end up with! It is this uncertainty about life that makes it interesting, exciting and challenging. So, set out on your journey and enjoy all the adventures that you experience.
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