Kavita Sapkota, Bardiya
A deep apologetic feeling draws closer into my mind when I memorize the happenings about how I was unsuccessful to comprehend people in my real life nearly 16 years ago. I had just started my professional career at a reputed nongovernment organization.
Having been full of bliss, I considered myself in the seventh heaven as life was jovial and without any worries, basically for two reasons; being at a young age and earning money at a young age.
Belonging from a middle-class teacher’s family, I always used to confer great importance to printed facts of books. My mindset was developed in such a way that I considered the whole lot is compiled only into the planet of books a
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