Thursday, April 17, 2014

More Than A Year Ago..

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More than a  year ago, I was brokenhearted and I applied for a job as a customer service representative and I was in. After that, something happened in work so I had to go to another city (another region) to continue my career. I was happy because it helped me move on from my love life. For the first time in forever, I was finally free. I was living independently. I can go out at any time of the day though I didn’t bother having a nightlife (it’s kinda unhealthy). Everything went well until the man (the reason why I left) tried to ask another chance, so I gave him a chance. Guess everyone deserves a second chance, right? After several months of being away from my friends and family, I went home to continue my studies. Just last semester, I shifted into Bachelor of Arts in Literature in Performing Arts – Major in English Literature, AB English for short. I was happy to finally choose my desired course. At the end of the semester, I didn’t expect to receive higher grades. I was thankful. But despite all of these, many terrible things happened.

You never knew who were the people who stabbed you at the back. It may be your old friend, your best friend, your sister, your brother, your relative, or the person you trusted the most. I really learned a lot of things from those people who tried to bring me down. First, never trust the person who you think IS a good person. Some people may say all the right things when the truth is they really never knew what it takes to be a good person. I should’ve stayed loyal to the person that I truly knew, the person who stood up with me like a mother. Second, the higher you fly, the harder you fall. I guess this didn’t apply to me because after my high school graduation, I never boasted about my awards and honors and etc. to any person. In fact, I maintained a low profile throughout my college life. I guess I didn’t fall that hard but anyway, I did fall. I could say that because I didn’t graduate at the right time which I enjoyed :) I guess other people would commit suicide just because they didn’t graduate on time but for me, honestly, I think I have a lot of things to learn and if  I haven’t fell down, I wouldn’t have met my man, my friends for life, and other great instructors. I never regret any of the bad things that happened to me because it taught me a lot of things that I could share to my future children.
 

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