Friday, May 23, 2008

Reminiscing...

i'm back in kajang for the weekend. i'm gonna miss this place. Uni, the house i'm staying in (Philo)...and what else ya? i've been here for the past 3 years! i am eager to leave this place, at the same time i'm thankful for everything that has occured here. sweet memories...random random incidents...everything in between...oh i do hope my memory can contain it all! it has been good & sweet and meaningful especially the final year. certainly i do have a lot of regrets...things i could do but i didnt...things i could have done but i didnt...things i shouldn't do but i did...those kinda stuff u know? but in the end, all together these are lessons in life essential for me to learn & grow up. and i really thank God for everything! absolutely nothing went by without Him.

most of all...i'm gonna miss the people...everyone i met along the way...

Roomies...
Pik Sent - 1st year


Jun - 2nd year

Samantha & Mei Fung - 3rd year

Housemates...
(Hehe...curi pic from Mr Hoc Mun...)

Coursemates...


PERKEBIANS...
wish i could list everyone here...i'll try!!! a lot of special people who made this journey sweeter, helped me along the way...thank you so much...

so why third year was the best? i think third year was simply amazing!!! final year project was fun, intervarsity seminar was a good experience, met a lot of great people throughout the year, growing spiritually...well there are bad times as well...not totally void of it but those circumstances turn out to be for my very own good.

then there's ending uni life. during FYG (Final Year Gathering) Sis.Kim Cheng gave a really good analogy of looking back to the past before moving forward:

"Say, you're waiting for a bus thats heading down, forward of you. Now where do you look to get up on the bus? the front road where you're heading or you look back, to see the bus coming?"

i really liked it the first time i heard it. cause it made a lot of sense to me. i've never really sat down and thought of things that way.i'm always only anticipating for things coming. its not wrong, we should be anticipating...but then i guess i should also learn to look back and see what has happened...how i can learn from those past experience...past mistakes...and it actually helps me to learn to be grateful for everything. i still complain seriously, a lot, but there's always this tug after that saying...hey...other people's circumstances could be worst...be grateful girl! be thankful even that you're alive today! yes yes...i'm still learning!

sis kim cheng also added...that its important to move forward without carrying excess baggage from the past...this...i'm still trying...i always thought that forgetting something means u're already over it...but i'm so wrong :-( i'm trying.

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