A note to the society
"What do you want to be or what do want to do when you grow up?", every society in the world invariably asks this question to their children in kindergarten.
I wonder why no society asks their youngsters who are in their twenties the question,
"What do you want to be or what do you want to do, since that you're a grown up now?"
I mean, if that happened, how many dreams and ideas would have become a reality now. Hopes and aspirations of many would have been acted upon now.
We would have witnessed those inventions we weren't earlier exposed to. And the statement "Graveyard is the wealthiest place on this planet", would have become obsolete now.