“When I was young my parents told me I had the potential for greatness and I believed them.
I thought that was the reason I never quite fitted in, why I was an outcast.
The smile was only skin deep and my inner conflict grew.
My frustration gradually increased with the unchanging ever present ticking of the clock, with the feeling that my potential was never to be realised.
Then one day I did something that would change my life forever. I changed my definition of what greatness was, and with that realisation I knew that I was the living and continued embodiment of my true potential.
We are, each and every one of us placed upon this earth for a reason.
It’s difficult to truly express the tranquillity that comes from being at one with your true self, accepting all that you are. Some are born to be saints, to be good men sacrificing all so that their fellow man can thrive and some… are like me.
Like me your fate on this world is decided. It’s best that you make peace with that”.
He picked the scalpel from the table and walked toward the school teacher…