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  • Long back,I saw a movie called 'Shall we dance?' I liked it
    very much.In the beginning we see the hero going through
    the same monotonous routine everyday. Then one day, he
    sees a dance school from the train. He joins the school and
    learns to dance, doing something which he never thought
    he would do.
    He says,“we keep going on the same track day in day out,
    once in a while if we change tracks, and do something new,
    life would be fun”.
    It is true, most of us keep following the same routine everyday.
    Of course,it cannot be helped if there is no choice.

    And when we are asked to change our routine,our immediate
    answer is ," this is the way we do it, we have been doing it this
    way for a long time and we cannot change” :)))
    Is it really difficult to change our habits?
    I think habits should be under our control and not the other way round.

    Life would be so much more interesting if we are ready to learn
    and do new things. As we grow older, we need both physical and
    mental exercise. If we never try to change, where is the possibility
    of gaining any exercise to our minds?
    Age is not a number, we can always learn and remain young at heart.

    I have read somewhere," when you feel you are too old to do
    something,do it first " :))
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