'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
But can we apply on that in real life? No. Can you stay ignorant? Ignorance is bliss. But we don't want to be happy. We want to achieve knowledge. We can't unhear rumors,facts,promises and advices. We cannot stay ignorant willingly or unwillingly.
We can atleast try to be confident.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.
Honesty is the best policy.
Confidence, gives a positive approach to a problem, a goal or a task at hand. This enables the person to putting in efforts, have a mind that is free of overt anxiety, worry and fear (these rob the individual's chances of doing well or performing to his/her full capabilities)
The same cannot be said for Ignorance,in the wrong situation, ignorance can mean potential harm. Even worse is ignorance and over-confidence. There are many instances of trekkers (with over-confidence and ignorance) in forest sadly getting killed by wild elephants, getting lost in unfamiliar territory. People getting drowned a few feet away from river banks etc.
I can list many more examples but the bottom line is, Confidence is good, ignorance is like a double edged sword;but a good dose of ingnorance and over-confidence can be the cause on one's own suffering and not success.
If the above comes together then the opportunities works for us or else we will be missed from the chapter while letting us keep on guessing about what couldn't go right. So I would be of the intentions that one has to be well focused in his aim & approach because everything matters here.
"Earning knowledge is by sharing it with ISC and we will rectify our mistakes."