Sincerity is one of the most valued traits for attaining success in different aspects of life. For me, it is a blend of seriousness towards the task, devotion to duty and honesty. It is not only essential for materialistic goal achievements but also for relationships, deeper emotional and spiritual aspects too. Taking only materialistic accomplishments of different kinds into consideration, for the time being, we all would agree that nothing worthwhile can be achieved without sincerity. A few months back the news about a youngster from Nagpur captured my attention. I was thoroughly impressed by Rahul Bajaj who is practically blind since birth but that disability did not stop him from bagging thirteen gold medals and the prestigious Rhodes scholarship. At 23, Rahul is India’s first disabled student to win the “Rhodes scholarship” which enables him to pursue a bachelor of civil law and MPhil from the esteemed Oxford University. I can imagine how sincere this person might be. Even though we are overloaded with such examples via print and digital media every now and then, why is it that we cannot inculcate that trait? Let us at least give it a try.