Your  parent were your mentor in your early days, when... - Deepstash

Your  parent were your mentor in your early days, when you were young. But, soon you grow old and what seem word at the beginning -became permanent mark in your mind till dead. Most people, never seem to go out of their old  believe or challenge their old believe - they fear, they will lose everything if they do -so they remain there forever trap. Than came, these people who make only 1% of population earning in Billions  in a month, in a hour, in a minute. And we call them lucky! (They make all sort of risk, losing it all and getting them back it all )


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