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Young mind!

“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”- George Bernard Shaw

Young people are unreasonable. They are not the prisoners of reality rather they see potentials beyond reality. To be young is to be in full potentials of life when our passion works like fire, our motivation runs ferociously, and our power of mind and body stays in peak. Being young means you are capable of everything. Youth seldom stopped by their harsh reality of past and uncertain fear of future. They take action to live today. They have no harsh or flowery experience to make them feel doubted or nostalgic. “Now” is what Life means to them. They live because living is what life about exactly is.

Impassably young people are recognizably different from those of old. Their cognitive process, views about life and work and way of working is far away from those who are not like them. Young people are considered as the agent of change who will make sure that expected changes happen on the planet. Actually they are the change agents.

Young mind!

Keeping an young mind alive inside ourselves is always advantageous. It does not compromise with passion. It does not exchange dream with money. It does not whisper to take more traveled path over less traveled one. It does not tell us –your idea is Utopian. It tells you are endlessly potential and capable.

Being young means you are full of life. Being young means you are capable of making things happen. Being young means you can run behind your dream. Being young means you can distort the reality. Being young means still remaining curious like your childhood. Being young means smile unless what your mood. Being young means you make changes happen for good.

Being young means work like unreasonable because they are the people who push the civilization ahead.

Mohammad Ruhul Kader is a Dhaka-based entrepreneur and writer. He founded Future Startup, a digital publication covering the startup and technology scene in Dhaka with an ambition to transform Bangladesh through entrepreneurship and innovation. He writes about internet business, strategy, technology, and society. He is the author of Rethinking Failure. His writings have been published in almost all major national dailies in Bangladesh including DT, FE, etc. Prior to FS, he worked for a local conglomerate where he helped start a social enterprise. Ruhul is a 2022 winner of Emergent Ventures, a fellowship and grant program from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He can be reached at [email protected]

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