Is deviation from the usual process a risky affair?We are only following a prescription. Since childhood, we are maintaining the same usual routine. Just think of the situation of a child. After a certain age, he goes to school and the competition starts. After school, its college and then further education or search for a job. If we look at it, it will be found that the ultimate goal is to earn money by doing a job or starting something of one's own and the child is doing everything since beginning with this intention. Actually, there is no other way of thinking and everybody is following the same old thing. Many people think this is the usual way and by only following this process there is a chance of success. Though the term 'success' may have a different meaning to different people, for many, it boils down to earn a livelihood.
This can be called our life cycle. At the beginning few things are forced upon us, later it becomes the usual habit. Can we think of life in a different way? Have we made our life a consequence of all these processes and trying to complete it in the same fashion? In many cases, a child is forced to attend the school at the initial stage. How many parents can think of letting the child grow up in his own way? How many of them will let the child understand the world a little and then decide the future course of action by themselves through proper guidance? I know it's a deviation from the usual cycle, but would you term it a risky affair?