Parents feel proud to see their kids doing something incredible. But, many times, we - as kids - don't understand how much they sacrifice and penance to enable us to achieve our dreams. Don't you guys think, Our parents should also fulfill their dreams?
An adorable post is doing the rounds on the Internet and it contains one such cute story. Shared by 'Humans of Bombay', this story is about a dad rediscovering his passion for studying and getting admission in a similar college as his daughter, so as to fulfill his dream of studying law.
The daughter stated, "My dad was intrigued by the world of law... He needed to pursue law, however, when he was young, his family couldn't manage the cost of it. And so, he became a consultant and worked at a firm.
She proceeds to discuss how she began studying law, her dad was captivated by her assignments, classes and her subjects. "When I began studying law, my dad used to be very intrigued about each and every detail. He'd get some information about my classes, subjects and the various things I did. One of those days, we understood that since our dad had time on his hands, he could return to college and do what he always needed to do - study law!" she said.
She additionally discloses to her involvement with her dad in the school, "Presently my dad and I are in a similar college, and he's my junior! We have some good times together — we talk about our teachers, our colleagues, and even our assignments. Actually even throughout our break, my dad sits with my companions and they all love his company!"
The story of this Father-Daughter duo is so inspiring about how the girl takes care of her dad, simply the manner in which he has accomplished everything for me and my siblings. She says, "I can hardly wait for the two of us to begin practicing law! What's more, I trust I can accomplish for him, what he's done for me — tell me that I'm the best at what I do, push me to try to achieve the impossible! Life has come a full circle for us, and now we're both out there, pursuing our dreams!"
Since being shared on the web, the post has 15k reactions and 837 shares as well!.