Here’s the second part of Mr. Khaute Ginlal Chung Vaiphei’s interview. The Executive Officer in the Lok Sabha Secretariat continues telling us about his life experience from his college days and the struggles he and his family faced back in those days in the Churachandpur. We find out how Mr. Chung worked hard and what motivated him to face whatever trouble came his way and became the person he is today from the small beginnings. It is very important to have something in life that drives us and motivates us and make us keep going without giving up, something that gives us the strength and enables us to do the impossible in times of difficulties. Mr. Chung was kind enough to share and illustrate a drawing that he pasted on the wall in his room. This drawing and the Bible verse became his source of strength and it helped him get back on track and pass his college exams successfully when he was feeling very down and low.
In this episode, Mr. Chung also tells us a few stories about his early days in the village. He says that even though they were financially very poor, they were emotionally very strong as a family. He also remembers that it was his father who taught him how to dream. We learn from Mr. Chung’s story that even though we come from small beginnings, we are able to achieve and fulfill our dreams if we work hard and never give up. He ends the interview sharing his vision on unity and progress in Manipur.