It was every journalist dream
to write and let their writings be one great reading. The ambition of being the
best always tempt people to commit mistakes they themselves couldn't believe
they can do. Being a journalist, as one of my dreams, I knew though I haven't
been there the weight of responsibility of the job. I can simply say that yah,
Steve is too young thats why he was able to fabricate or made his own stories.
But its not always like that, we just all have our own ways of getting things
done in the easiest and fastest way we can. Steve, I guess he don't really get
the privilege he has that moment when he was still writing for the New Republic. As a young journalist I do believe that he was really a good
journalist to achieve the position. I was really wondering how his fabricated
stories pass all the fact check, editors and publishers. To think that their
process was very strict and critical. He was really good for coming up those
fabricated stories. Considering the pressure around him, his family wants him
to take law school, at the same time his reputation in having the humorous and
best story each time they conduct meetings with the editor.
Don't envy other people, don't depend yourself to them. Don't rely your ambition to their achievements. You may be jealous and intimidated because of their success but always remember, you know their success not their failures. People have different problems, different struggles in life. It may vary in weight but problems are always problems. Struggles exist to make us stronger. Trials build our muscles to be tough enough to face waves of life's greatest challenge. It's always a cycle of ups and downs. Don't loose hope . Stand and wait for the sunrise. It will always be there and it will never be gone unless you allow yourself not to look unto it.