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From here on.

So, my university life begins.

And it's interesting. 
One part of me is glad that it's starting and I'm excited because it's a new beginning.
But another part of me, is a little sad actually because a new beginning means that something has ended.

I thought that when my A-levels ended, I won't have to fight anymore. That it would be easier. But it's not. It's just going to get harder from here on.

I thought that because I took A-levels, I would be more prepared and that everything would be alright. But the moment the classes started, I realized that I am prepared but not as prepared as I thought I was.
That is when I realized, the road further on will be tough. It will be very tough.

So apart of me wonders, if I can survive.
Because A-levels has made me so weary.
So can I survive this time? Will I be fine? Or will I finally break?

But at the same time, because of A-levels, it has made me stronger.
I did not survive A-levels for nothing.
I did not survive A-levels just to fall this time.
So, I will survive.

But doubts are no good.
So I am gonna just stop.
I am just going to walk this path and see what happens.

And because my university life began, it also means no more internet everyday. sighs. This part, I'm really upset. Oh well. Sighs.

And if you are starting university soon too, I wish you all the best too~! I wish everyone all the best in life~!

Oh, in the meantime, I also want to do my best so that I get to live the best life I can.
I don't want to have regrets.


文儀 said…
i hope we all will be good. starting from the minute we say so.
Happy "Sam" said…
yeah !!!
Starting is hard ~
Lated remember enjoy ya ~

hehe !!

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