The mysterious answer to the penultimate question of what does one want always draws a rather foggy depiction of what we persevere to achieve? Is it happiness we crave, or money or something else? It differs, from individual to individual with changing perceptions but the question remains the same. What do you want? So focused are we upon the ‘what of the premise that we completely neglect the quintessential fundamentality of how’. Thus, the correct question that should eventually be raised must be ‘Is the journey as important as the goal?’
Change is the only constant and in our case its evolution, but over the years people have failed to evolve the concept of goal. Even today it is being defined as something an individual wants to either achieve or possess making it a necessary devil in today’s era. But beyond our freckled imagination lies a rather holistic and celestial meaning to the existence of this four lettered word. A goal is something that brings out the best in you. It is a tool to display your potential and showcase your individuality. More than an object it is a concept, a concept which instills perseverance, determination, motivation and confidence in an individual.