What is threshold?….. It’s a starting point for new state, experience or beginning. Every threshold opens up new avenues for us and gives us the opportunity to venture into new fields to score new heights. It can be threshold of childhood or adolescence ; it can be threshold of success or failure. Life is full of events and situations and want us to constantly make responses towards them. There are certain thresholds which need to be raised and should never be crossed like thresholds of anger, jealousy, patience and guilt. While there are certain,like threshold of orthodoxism and superstitious mindset ,which should be crossed to bring change and reforms in our society as our leaders Raja Ram Mohan Rai and Mahatma Gandhi did to remove sati pratha, touchability etc.. We should also cross the threshold of conservative thinking as some of our great women did . During the time, when women were supposed to remain under veils, Rani Laxmibai crossed all the thresholds and fought the battle for Jhansi. Sarojini Naidu and Bhicaji Cama also crossed the thresholdof boldness and fought for freedom of our country and inspired other women. Great women like Helen Keller and Sudhchandran crossed the threshold of failure in their life and showed the world that they can do wonders even after having disability. Kiran Bedi crossed the threshold and entered men dominated field and became terror for law breakers. Sania Mirza crossed the threshold of conservative thinking about muslim women and got world acclaim in tennis. Indra Nooyi, Sonia Gandhi, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Com, Bachendri Pal, Pratibha Patil, Meira Kumar ….. the list is endless.With every ladder, these powerful Indian women take, be it business, sports, politics, arts, entertainment, literature, they are breaking untouched barriers and attaining new heights.
Today, I am also standing on the threshold of my dreams but I want to follow the path, which leads towards making me a person with strong...
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