• Raya

    When I was in school, I wanted to be a social worker. But we all know that being such one will not make you have a comfortable living. If I had chosen that road then maybe I will be fulfilled and content today.

  • AMAN

    The poem has a vast meaning on the goals of life. When we choose career, it is said that for a big success choose the path that is less chosen.

  • Alex

    ROAD to a successful and life with little to no regrets I guess. What I wanna see? Me being happy with all the people I need in my life. I know it is a hard road but it is one worth pursuing.

  • Wilson Jake

    I tried changing career ro data science and I hope it takes me to a greener pasture. Though slot of hardworking and perseverance must be taking into place.

  • Prince

    I have always wanted to leave my country to Australia to further my education, though I know alot is to be sacrificed and put in place. I am ready for the challenges it brings.

  • Danielle M

    A couple of years ago I was invited to work in a different country but I was in a relationship stable and I was scared to leave so I rejected the proposal. Sometimes I wonder what could have happened if I had taken that road.

  • Mery Castle

    The path I wanted to take was to study hospitality and tourism because this would lead me to know many unknown places is the best thing that has happened to me.

  • esgyll

    I would have went down the path to becoming a veterinarian again. I wonder if anything could have changed – like, if I would still love writing and art as I do now, or will I be too “crippled” to do anything creatively because of my overwhelming love (and needed serious science) for all kinds of animals.

  • Maury Cheskes

    I’ve always wanted to live in Los Angeles and get sucked into all the music, all the film networks and all the glorious sunshine. I’m hoping along the way, I can build up my resume as a writer, actor and musician and take advantage of all the city has to offer.

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