Vishal Ostwal

How You Can Use Ignorance to Your Advantage

“To succeed in life, you need two things: ignorance and confidence”
– Mark Twain
Ignorance is always seen as something negative, because usually it barely contributes to a positive change. Whether it be ignorance against knowledge, weaknesses or something else.


Why You Shouldn’t Compare Yourself to Others

“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you”

– Ralph Waldo

A few years back, I was somewhat an idiot.

Or maybe just innocent.

I don’t know, but I used to be insecure most of the time. I had got into a habit of considering myself as inferior to others, often. No, I didn’t compare myself directly to anyone, but I could feel it happening. Perhaps, my mind would’ve been messing with me.

It kept happening to me – I unknowingly compared myself to others. Since I was such – insecure.

If I could go back in past and tell something to my younger self to help him out , then it would be as follows (In fact, this is something I still need to remind myself, because although I’ve grown up, I’m not entirely immune to my feelings):