Bitterness, irony and anger, to top it all, DECEIT… words I hate coming out in different manner… Sometimes, I had no idea on what is a person to be bitter with their lives, (that question I could answer for myself) for me, people should never be bitter… we make our own decisions and it’s up to us to risk or suffer the consequences. After all, we make our own destiny, not them.
Anger is the feeling of not letting go different things which happen in our lives. It is right to get angry when you have suffered at the most, but it is never right to always keep that in mind and never let go. Anger should subside the moment one says, “I’m sorry”, and don’t make yourself miserable in getting angry all the time.
Happiness is a Choice, it’s you who make your own destiny, no matter how desperate, sad or angry you are doesn’t mean it would still be the same tomorrow, thus, people have ways to sink in different ways on how to be happy. 2 days from now, It’s Valentine’s Day, I may not be as popular as my friends, I won’t put into my mind all the love notes they would get on that day, rather focus my attention on the things that matter most, like PE (who dripped down 4 points) and different school projects to finish, and if ever I have some cash, get myself my own treat, (perhaps a Figaro Frost?) to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
I am not a teacher’s pet, and I would never be one, I may be close to teachers but I always have barriers put up there, I like asking advices to them because for me, they are meaningful and inspirational. Most people think that being friends with teachers is the dumbest thing but it’s not, Teachers are mature people and sometimes, they are cooler to hang-out with. The likes of Ms. Pascua, Ms. Landicho and Ms. Manaban in particular, they look really “masungit” when you first get a glance on them but the truth is, what you would get from them is beyond their capabilities as teachers of their respective subjects. If only people would realize that, they would learn to probably shut their mouths off. I am not talking anymore because I just want to be happy, and that is my choice.
My stand, I would probably become a writer still even if it’s one of the less-profiting careers here in the industry. Writing for me is a PASSION which I grew up in for four consecutive years; I expressed my feelings on paper with different thoughts constantly roaming around my head. Even if my mom thinks my writing is dumb, I won’t stop, since this is the only way where I am free of all the worries without thinking people would say… SIPSIP…
Consistency is the key to be known as a good writer both in English and Filipino mediums, deep ideas come from different experiences or even those adapted from reading fiction books (Did you know? The movie of Angel Locsin and Richard Gutierrez was an adaptation from Wuthering Heights?) I am not in favor of plagiarizing one’s hard work, I rather not write than copying other’s work, besides, when you plagiarize, you subdue yourself to big trouble, especially if the composition is from a known personality.
By 10 years from now, I would probably become a person holding a degree, in a 7-3 job and a freelancer, if plans pursue, I want a degree on Theology or AB English to develop my writing skills. Even if teaching is not going to make me earn a lot of money, I know that I would be happy since I’ve got lots of things to share about God and the Church.
A Freelance Webpage writer is another option, I have entertained applications on different blogging networks and I am hoping to get a positive feedback as the application goes on process. If everything goes my way, I would be earning $ 200 the least per post, meaning about P 10,000 a month, something for extra income.
There is no exact measurement or chemical equation to explain happiness, but you could put it first in a sentence: LOVE what you’re doing in order to become happy. People who are passionate with their work succeed even if they started small, one who force himself/herself to something they never like, if you force yourself to Nursing, thou shall not succeed. Second, when you love your work, persevere to learn more about it: Learning doesn’t stop in the 4 corners of the classroom, learning comes from different types of people and one person must entertain it. Last, you should part what you learn to the people around you, genuine fulfillment comes when you see others happy and not you alone.