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Before there is a big tree, there was a small seed. Before there is a lion, there was a cub. Before there is a man, there was a baby.


What am I emphasizing here is that everything has a beginning. Though it may be small at first, but it can be something big. As for example, a seed may be very small, but it has the potential to become big. We cannot look at something small and take it as the final result. However, with sufficient sunlight, water and good soil, that very same seed will grow into a tree. If we look at the seed outer appearance, it is very small. But outer appearance may be deceiving. What matters is the inside of the seed. In every seed you see, inside there is a tree waiting to come out.

Everyone has a dream, something they wish to become or something they want to achieve. You may start small, and your friends and family is not supportive of it and may laugh at you. You may feel discourage and thought to yourself that it won’t work. If you stop right there, you will not be able to see your work or dream accomplished. In other terms, you may not see your seed turns into a tree. Through right ingredients of passion, dedication and hard work your dream may be accomplish.

Hence, this is my message for today:- Do not despise the day of small beginning. Because you never know what you can achieve with just a seed.

Thanks for joining me through this journey. Let’s all start by planting the seed.

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

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