Thursday, 23 August 2012, 4:41 pm
"We must attest to the fact that life was never meant to be easy, and that it is nothing but a battlefield of problems. We can either moan about them or solve them."
For years I had always been so sure that no matter what happens, I will go for JC (NYJC to be exact) 'cos I was so sure that nothing would ever mean more to me. It feels like going for JC was something I had to do, something I've waited practically my whole life for and once I've graduated from JC, my life would be complete. But if this is the case, why am I having doubts now that I am only a few steps away from achieving my dream? In the end, I have to learn that for as long as I live, I am bound to lose & get hurt while taking risks in life, and that's a choice I have to make.
I guess it's up to me to forge some optimism and be my own puzzle solver. To view it in a different perspective, the outcome of the decisions we will make in our lives will always remain uncertain unless we give it a shot. Perhaps the 2 years in JC will be the best years of my life? But there is also the possibility that I will completely resent JC for whatever the reason. If the latter were to be realized, I can always return and join the July intake for Taylor's, right? Considering that I would have once been accepted into a Singapore JC, it would be quite irrelevant for a CAL program in Taylor's, Sunway or Inti to reject me right? Lol. I guess no matter what happens, it is up to me to view things differently in case I fail, I will always know that going to JC was once something that I had really wanted and most importantly, I had taken the road less traveled and gained the experiences that comes with it. :D
The mere 2 days I had spent in SG a few days ago had made me finally realize what I really want in life, and it is really up to my own effort to achieve it + a little luck. I promise that my SG post will be up before my next hiatus. Until then, x. Leave a Comment
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