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Introverts are Born to Shine ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒธ


Being Quiet does not necessarily mean ‘without the ability to make a difference’

I remember my childhood days when I was often told that being an #introvertperson will fetch you no where. Being Shy, anxious will make you weak, while others will just breeze through life


But I maybe because of my social upbringing where I was the first child in my house and was loved and nurtured by each and every member of the house, was more comfortable and happy in my cozy niche, growing up to bloom profusely amidst this adorable garden of love and values


My classmates used to think I won't be able to survive in this competitive world and at some point my parents worried for me too, but being my parents, they knew, I had the abilities and capabilities which perhaps others didn't

My observing and thinking skills were highly developed from early childhood days itself

I used to think before I speak,Was a better Listener and a deep thinker.I preferred and even today,writing to talking.

What I could not probably express in a conversation, I could do that profusely in my words, in writing!Perhaps, my writing skills have fetch me so far and my interest in History and Psychology made me think beyond the natural domains and made me all I am today!

Introverts do make a difference ๐ŸŒธ❤️

So fellow introverts rejoice, you are not alone ๐ŸŒˆ

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