As I have done this once before, I won’t be redoing the whole post, I will just answer the individual questions from each one!
Questions asked by Vishal:
- The most unique part of your own writings that you feel?
- The actual one thing you want to do before dying?
- The point in life where you actually thought to push yourselves and felt that you can do something great?
- Apart from writing, your hobby that you would make a profession if had an opportunity?
Answers for the above:
- Positivity, bring character to the life 🙂 I pay a lot of attention on word choice and writing, and I want to make sure that it has the maximum impact on readers.
- There is so much on my bucket list, I can mention a few – Read 1,000,000,000 books, Build a house, Sit beside a live volcano, Build a robot, drone, Fly a MiG 29, Find MH370 😉 and Jump of an aeroplane, repeatedly and be licensed (you can put a few in an impossible list too!)
- Discovering my inner voice through my writing and surprising myself with what I can do. Realising I can do better, realising I am better.
- Apart from writing, my main interests are only in aircraft accident investigation and modelling an aeroplane. I would love to take up a profession in an aviation industry as air safety investigator. I have great interest in reporting on airplane crashes to figure out how and why they happened 🙂
Questions asked by Joan:
- If you were to change anything about your present, what would it be?
- What is your take on African leaders?
- How has corruption in your country affected you?
- What is that lesson you would want your children to learn?
- What is it that you wish you had known earlier in life?
Answers for the above:
- No, I wouldn’t change anything. No that my present is not perfect. It’s full of challenges and there is a lot to be achieved. But that’s how life is supposed to be right? But if, any how a change is necessary in my present, it starts with me,myself. My present is what I make it. 🙂
- Nelson Mandela is the most popular African leader.. but to be true, I have got not much knowledge about the politics in Africa. I feel bad and now I am being aware that I should learn about African politics too.. thank you for giving the awareness. But I am willing to know if you could tell me. 🙂
- As I belong to forward community, I have problems like reservation and caste-politics. I had achieved school first and secured National level ranking. During admission, I was asked for more money. India is the only place where merit comes after caste systems when it comes to admissions. I do not know what answer you are looking for but I am highly disappointed with the Indian education system. I feel so blessed that I finally made it here in Germany. 🙂 To answer your question, this is the example- It ruins the child’s life. Children get demotivated. Also, lose it emotionally and loss of time. I have no respect for the people who run the system. There is nothing I can do and I choose not to support it or be a part of it.
- I want to teach them to be kind, the importance of knowledge. I want to teach them that prettiness is about more than a nice face and form – that true beauty comes from the inside as well, to be independent, to use logic, so they’re much harder to fool. I want to teach them that they are valued, so that they won’t settle for being with someone who doesn’t treat them well. And a lot of other things, but I think those are the most important to me.
- I wish I knew my passion a little earlier though learning is a continuous process and no matter what the outcome may, I have to put my heart out and try.