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Ayaz Khan: “Zindagi Ke Crossroads” Is Inspired From Drama Of Life

I could relate to the character of father of a special child: Ayaz Khan

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Actor Ayaz Khan says every single day is a crossroad for people but it all depends on decisions taken by them.

He will be seen in an episode of the new show “Zindagi Ke Crossroads”, which will present relatable life-altering stories, inspired from the drama of life.

Each episode will show a new story and before a ‘Crossroad’ decision is taken by the protagonist, it will be put forth to the studio audience for deliberation.

One story is on the topic of ‘Special child’ which will see Ayaz step into the shoes of a father who will be in a dilemma whether to have a special child or abort the baby.

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A Child at crossroads, Representational image, Pixabay

“I could relate to the character of being a father of a special child as we all have come across special children at least once in our life. It is difficult to raise special children but my heart goes out to the ones who look after them,” Ayaz said in a statement.

Talking about his crossroad in life, he said: “Everyday is a crossroad for us but it all depends on our decisions and choices we make. It is never right or wrong but it always comes straight from the heart pertaining to the situation.

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“Many years ago I had a crossroad too, whether to shift abroad or stay here in Mumbai with my father who was bedridden for 14 years. But I feel happy now for staying back with my family because that’s what anyone would choose.” (IANS)

 

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Having Realistic Goals May Help You Lead Better Life

The link between life goals and subsequent well-being appeared to be relatively independent of the age of the participants

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You can hope for better well-being if you set realistic goals for yourself as a new study suggests that the key for later satisfaction is whether the life goals are seen as attainable and what they mean to a person.

The findings of the study, published in the European Journal of Personality, revealed that perceiving one’s personal goals as attainable is an indicator of later cognitive and effective well-being.

“Many of our results confirmed theoretical assumptions from developmental psychology,” said lead author Janina Bühler from the University of Basel.

For the study, the research team conducted a detailed examination on how life goals are embedded in people’s lives across adulthood.

The researchers used data from 973 people between 18 and 92 years of age. More than half of the participants were surveyed again after two and four years.

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The participants had to assess the importance and the perceived attainability of life goals in 10 areas — health, community, personal growth, social relationships, fame, image, wealth, family, responsibility/care for younger generations, and work — using a four-point scale.

The result implied that people are most satisfied if they have a feeling of control and attainability. Interestingly, the importance of the goal was less relevant for later well-being than expected.

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In addition, participants who set social-relation goals or health goals were more satisfied with their social relationships or their own health.

The link between life goals and subsequent well-being appeared to be relatively independent of the age of the participants, the findings showed. (IANS)