Youth Reached To The Peak
Sri Sanjeevan, has broken the tradition of owning the number 8 car plate which always owned by the Chinese. Chinese community always goes for number 8 which is considered extremely lucky, perhaps partly owing to its unique symmetry, and perhaps partly owing to the fact that the 8, laid on its side, resembles the Greek symbol for infinity. Additionally, in Mandarin Chinese, the sound byte for “eight” is close to that for “prosperity, wealth”, while in Cantonese it is similar to the sound byte for “fortune”. Chinese are very particular of the house number, car number, mobile number, and date. They are willing to pay the price for it. This is something that all of us aware of. For Hindus, 8 means Sani, as we can’t debate on the good and bad. In our country, businessman and famous politician do practice by following this particular number.
Our Indians who always survived RM 3,000 as their monthly salary, now able to own car number worth RM 339,776. Sri Sanjeevan, a businessman took the pride of securing two number plates and stood at the 2nd and 3rd ranking. Sri Sanjeevan has obtained the number plate BMW8 for RM 174,776 and BMW11 for RM 166,000. The plate number BMW5 was sold to a royal family member for RM 188,100, followed by Sri Sanjeevan and Lee Chong Wei for BMW6 for the price of RM 97,777.
Basically, many Indians complain and blame others for their setbacks. But Sanjeevan proved that there are dynamic youths here and there in Malaysia. We should keep Sanjeevan as an inspiring factor and get into this type of luxury hobbies and build the status of the Indian in whole. This should be practiced widely by all so that the future generation won’t be refering to the past as they will live with the legacy for the last 57 years.
In English there is a saying, No Pain, No Gain. Sanjeevan has gone through this saying. He went through many pains in life which makes him to celebrate this achievement. Youths must not have the fear in facing challenges in life. Youths should be ever ready to grab the opportunity that comes across them and should be able to capitalize it in a better way.
As Robert Kiyosaki said “Once we leave school, most of us know that it is not as much a matter of college degrees or good grades that count. In the real world outside of academics, sometimes more than just grades is required. I have heard it called ‘guts,’ ‘chutzpah,’ ‘audacity,’ ‘bravado,’ ‘cunning,’ ‘daring,’ ‘tenacity’ and ‘brilliance.’ This factor, whatever it is labeled, ultimately decided one’s future much more than school grades.”
Our Indian society should practice not the way to obtain success but practice success itself. Keep moving on, let Sanjeevan be a great role model for the younger generation to say everything is possible.