I'm shocking myself with this vibrant , my so favourite and SO-NOOR-MADE quote . It pretty much sums what I have in my head , currently. There wouldn't be much you can expect from a fever-affected 16 year's old brain. Which is pretty young to many people , and pretty useless to me. Gah! You can never be happy with what you have .
Life has lots of curves , scenes (happy or sad . Put everything) and at the end , it's the life. I used to worry a lot , even if I got 9.5 marks out of 10. Which wasn't a great strategy at all in student life. But I won't blame my student mode , activated in 8th grade. But apart it , my second thought would always be :
"My test has turned wrong. I AM DYING"
Well , I never died on a wrong test. Nobody dies like that. We just learn from mistakes . Like in tests , so I would learn better for exams. When I wondered , the same thing works in life.
Lame student life examples , I have some better. My worrying problem has BEEN a problem. There something turned wrong or didn't go well , here I was , dying because I was worried. Time after time , or mom's scold after scold (in a real awesome way) , I realized things aren't AS much serious as we take it. Maybe , it all settles down in the end. Like a happy end of a film. So I don't worry much , in case I don't worry at all. There are far more people to care about shiz than YOU need to #lessonlearned
I am probably in SO much high spirits as I have finally got rid of that annoying fever + flu that kept of me half dead and zombie looking for a whole freaking week. I am finally able to see clearly without spectacles through my laptop screen. Hiiiiiii , blog! Thanks to all the wishes and lovely prayers , I am all up from it. Thank you guys :)
Let me share the most repeated song that happened to be blasting in my ear phones while I rested , all the way in sickness.
So what's up everyone? Congrats Canada for winning gold medal over Sweden in Men's Hockey (Sochi Olympics)