When I was working in a city. People never really cared on what I did. When I am working in a village. People never really cared on what I am doing. The social validation we take from people who do not mean anything to us cause a great trouble. The social circle and the kind of comments I got to hear soon after I shifted my job was all of surprises and sympathetic looks.
During the start of my fellowship, people had no clue of what I was doing. People always wondered about what I am going to do next in my life. I was disappointed to listen to such doubting questions but, I realised they are concerned of me. When I did not hear from them anymore. I was relieved that it was a part of social conversations but, not out of concern.