I stumbled upon a message i received today and my day when 😁 to 😧. It was far back when I had just started living on my own. I had dreams high like a mountain, decided to be a person with good health, be wealthy, find friends for life and to find a partner that… Continue reading Destiny decides…
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Began to wonder the reason behind my existence in this place.
You are back in your hometown now, enjoying every bit of your holiday. Coming back to hometown has always been your most favorite thing in the world nowadays. Why not? After spending many many years outside your hometown, you have made your mind about your hometown. Your hometown is the only place you would’ve want to be in the whole wide world at any time. Nah, it’s not exaggerating, it’s your Love towards your Hometown. Every single time, you prepare very well and feel elated to go back to hometown and not forgetting how much the week before the holiday feels like at workplace. Also, not forgetting how much you would have thought and make plans in your head when you procrastinate a few works and convince yourself you would complete it in your hometown. Now who cares that your plan remains as plan at all times, i repeat, at ALL TIMES but you never feel bad for it, ever! You just enjoy every moment so you’d never regret any move of yours. You had promised to yourself on not to regret any of your move. Mainly because you knew you will suffer and dwell into the feelings if you do think about it much. So the idea is to think and revise on your move but never to regret. You had always believe that Each and Everything that happens, Happens for a reason, for a Good reason. That’s your principle and one that you have been following all your life, at least after going through some bad experiences in your life. You should always remember how vulnerable you were once in your life. Your so called bad experiences in life existed only because your bad decisions, nevertheless it was lesson you needed at that point of your life. You never regretted anything after that. You still remember all the pain you had in your heart and mind at that point in your life. But you chose to turn over a new leaf and projected only positive vibes from your experience and that is exactly what saved you from destruction of your life. Yes, you did once thought of finishing your live. You probably had no idea how precious life is and so stupid thoughts often visited your mind. Not that you had not try any method, but it just didn’t worked out. At this point, one thing that always came to your mind was your parents. You’d always iterated that your parents is the only reason you are moving on in life. You succeeded at last by thinking, everything will be better once you are back in your hometown. You are back in your hometown and loved each and moment in that place. You wouldn’t miss any chance to be back. Back in Hometown means back to your family. Hometown is where your family are and wherever they are, you feel peace. You knew your family members are not best of people, they are loud, they are crazy, they are unforgivable at times but they are your family. Hometown is where your home is, Home is where your Family are!
Why is it that we always hurt the one that we love the most? Why is that we always take them for granted? Why do we always show our stubborn attitude to the one who’ve always showed us kindness? Now, where do you think I stand in all these questions? Of course, I’m the guilty… Continue reading Harsh world or harsh reality?
Education Years back we discussed on how education system based on academic qualifications alone should not be the sole criteria of judgment on how a child has progressed in school. Regardless of how many points that were discussed and proven right, we are still training our younger generations to work on getting that A's and… Continue reading Education?
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