It is our choices.
I overheard her while I was rushing for the stadium and without paying any heed I went ahead with my schedule. My parents have never been the imposing kind. I have always been good with my grades and my teachers also spoke very highly of me in every parent teachers meeting.
They were least bothered with my inclination towards basketball, unless and until I mess up with my grades. I joined basketball with few of my friends and very soon it became a lot more than just few hours away from home and studies. That was the first time when I felt that something was changing in me.
Confidence was oozing out from every part of me. In a bigger sports fraternity it might not be anything but for me it was a life changing event.
My parents were invited to watch the match and I could see how proud my father felt. Days turned into months and months into years and my sports accolades kept piling on and on. From local tournaments to school regional to school nationals to open states to open nationals I sprawled my victory wings everywhere.
It was then when I could sense myself changing again, I was evolving and becoming open to new challenges and ventures. I had overcome the fear inside me which has always prevented me in doing things out of my comfort zone.
I was inundated with certificates and medals and was also awarded the title of an all-rounder in school. Parents used to take my name as an example to show how one can balance and peruse their interest as well as studies.
School got over and college started and I got into engineering. Sports took a backseat but the sportsmen in me was never at rest. I was out on search for players to form a team and like they say where there is a will there is way.
By the end of that fortnight I was ready with team with just the basic knowledge of rules and regulations of the game. The taller one was responsible for the rebounds, the agile ones were responsible for defends and I was responsible for more and less everything.
After all the opponent team was also of the same level. Standing in the middle of the court, under the blazing sun, sweating like pigs and the whole college cheering for us made me realized how much I have changed and grown up within just the past few weeks. I felt accomplished and celebrated.
I sensed that my existence has brought so much to so many people.
My personality, my confidence and my attitude towards life is a benediction of sports. Practicing tenacity and embracing endurance are the two biggest changes that sports has brought in my life.
I might have stopped playing but these changes are going to stay with me forever.
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I always practice and work on my game to get better. It has changed my life because i have traveled a lot to play in big tournaments.
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Basketball is the greatest thing that has happened to me and I truly believe it has changed my life. I have so many great friends and family to support me and could have never made it without them. Basketball will always motivate me to be a better person in the classroom and the choices I make with my friends.
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