Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Andre. He was a highly intelligent and talented, ambitious young man. He excelled in his studies and everything he did had to be perfect. He was so obsessed with making sure everything he did was perfect, that he would often spend hours on one assignment or task.
At school, all of his friends started to notice that Andre was different from the other kids. He was always trying to show off his skills and knowledge and would often give others advice even though he was not asked for it. His friends started to distance themselves from him as they felt like he was trying to prove himself better than them.
At home, his parents started to notice that Andre was becoming too obsessed with excelling and was not enjoying his childhood. He had no time to play with his friends or do the things he used to love to do as a child.
One day, Andre’s father took him aside and told him that he was worried about his son. He explained to him that becoming over-ambitious and overexpert was not healthy, and that he should start enjoying his childhood and taking some time to relax and do something he enjoys.
Andre was initially very frustrated with his father, but the more he thought about it, he realized his father was right. He decided to take his father’s words to heart. He began to spend more time playing with his friends and engaging in activities he enjoyed.
Andre started to become much happier, as he was able to get the balance he needed in his life. He no longer felt the need to show off and prove himself to everyone. He was able to be himself without feeling stressed about it.
The moral of the story is that it is important to have balance in life and to not become too obsessed with excelling. Striving for perfection is important, but it should not come at the cost of happiness. Everyone should take time to relax, enjoy their childhood and do things that they love.