Thursday, December 9, 2021

Hey! You’re a role model – Mikhail Puyam

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We, the humans advance by imitations;
we all go through a number of phases,
from stage to stage,
and we call it , Life.

As natural learners, our childhood taught us many a things,
from the way people treat us,
to what we saw and hear,
we never stop copying and thus, learning.

But once we learned about power, wealth, luxury, values and prices;
we become artificial learners not natural,
And eventually sometimes, we end up like pathetic failures.

So, even being an artificial learner, be careful with your moves;
Because, Like how we see up to our role models,
You’re also being watched,
You’re also being copied,
As somebody is learning from you,
Keep reminding yourself that,
You’re a role model too.

IR
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

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