Sunday, 10 March 2013

Counting my Blessings

"Count your joys instead of your woes; count your friends instead of your foes" ~Irish Proverb

"Every burden is a Blessing" ~Robert H. Schuller

"God will not permit any troubles to come upon us, unless He has a specific plan by which great blessing can come out of the difficulty" ~Peter Marshall

I'm counting my blessings.
My resolution for this year is to fill my jar of happiness to its brim.

Happiness is:

# Falling in love
#Laughing so hard your face hurts
# A hot shower
# No lines at the supermarket
# A special glance
#Getting mail
# Taking a drive on a pretty road
# Hearing your favourite song on the radio
# Lying in bed listening to the rain outside
#Hot towels fresh out of the dryer
#Chocolate milkshake...
# A bubble bath
# Giggling
# A good conversation
# The beach
# Finding a 20 pound note in your coat from last winter
# Eye contact with a hot member of the opposite sex
#Having someone tell you that you're beatiful/good looking
# Friends
# Making new friends or spending time with old ones

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

3 more months

Holla lovely folks.

Although this is a personal blog, I seldom write about my private life. I have no confidence in myself and I feels that my life is not worth sharing. But since I changed my blog's name to "a journey to a true self", I might as well be true to myself and post more about myself and my life here.

Being in the last chapter of a student's life, I feel the need to scribble something here, so that in the future, I'll have something to look back for and a remembrance that I was once a student.

I never know what I was gonna be when I was young.  well, I never know what I was going to be until I finished my course in matriculation. I am not a top achiever. Back at high school, I focus more on the subjects of interest and paid less attention to the the topics that bored me to H@#L, such as history and geography. I love science and math, and so, as you can guess, I did well in those subjects.

Going with the flow of the path that God created for me, I was lucky and blessed for being accepted into the Matriculation College. And there was a saying that says "Hard work pays off", and I'm quite agree with the statement as I worked hard at Matric and God rewarded me with a good course and a good future.

I chose Medicine as my degree at UMS. It is a long course, it takes me 5 years to complete my studies. But, I'm still not out into the working environment yet, 3 more months. 3 more months before the big exam and before entering the next phase of my life. I need to work extra hard during this 3 months time. The finishing line is within my grasp and I cannot let anything spoils it. God Bless me and my studies. God Bless all of you too. Amen.

I am just sharing a random thought. 3 more months as a student.

Thanks for reading. :)