School circumstances have been so uncompromising for me or maybe I just have an uncompromising disposition that worth the blame. I keenly bring to mind the hurry-scurry outset of my second semester. I know that I can’t reproach somebody or a thing for being too unprepared during those first three days of school but I hardly make out what I should have done or what I misguidedly done that brought about immense aggravation.
November 2, Tuesday, I was so enthused in making a précis of my Accounting subject as a component of my scheme for this semester but then, my phone beeped. I thought it was just another frivolous text message I frequently receive. It was a note from Sarah, informing me about the start of classes—November 4 which is far from November 15 as what I expected. This handed me pressure for I had to pack my things and travel back to Bayombong at full tilt. My God! I just started off systematizing my plans for school concerns. As anticipated, pressure wrenched my physical and mental verve. Battling with this tricky situation is a serious matter for I know that I should push back and not let my endeavors be outdone.
I recently read a line from a book that emotions are more powerful than excellence (I am a typical student). Interrogating the subject matter, I asked myself, “Would it be possible to fight emotions and let my philosophy in all aspects of life, or at least, for some, overflow?” I am gonna find the answer myself—sort of self-discovery. I am certain that what overpower my intellectuality—especially when it comes to decision-making—are my emotions. I set forth almost everything that satiates my nonsensical indulgences.
To sum it up, it is just one of the challenges of my self-fulfillment and at the same time, self-discovery, for my self-improvement.
Here are the factors I have set up and will try hard to make it a customary to adhere.
o “Wala ng bukas.” –doing what is must for the now.
o Study first before anything else. –of course, this rule has an exception. I must put God first before anything else. It would alter my time to blog but it doesn’t matter as long as it will help me reach to where I should be.
o Take time to read. To become a wide-reader I think is compulsory in the sense of wanting to do well in my chosen line.
o Meditation. I am the type who spoils much time in mulling over any circumstances. However, there should be time-limit. I’ll do it at least when situation requires it.
Hard-work, perseverance and strength of mind will do!
Oh! I’ll miss everything in this world—FaceBook, blog, networks, everything!
‘Til my next update.