Sometimes there will those moments in life that you are almost at the peak of giving up but there will always be those people who will talk you through and make you think twice. Giving up is just an option, if you choose to give up then all the effort you made through your entire journey in life might be lost.
Taking from personal experience, I witnessed someone very dear to me, nearly gave up. And what did I do? I just talked to her and told her that I will always be there for her no matter what may happen. I specifically told her, “through ups or downs, I’ll be there for you”
There are those who may not be as optimistic as I am but I just want you to know that even if you have the world on your shoulders, remember where you get your strength. I get mine from my family and all those dear to me. I always keep in mind that in whatever trouble I encounter, I always look back to those who love and treasure my worth. Even if we are not always together physically but through the years of having each other, that never fails to strengthen me.
People may have different perspective when it comes to conquering things. They may deem life as negative as it would be. Nevertheless, that is how they think. It will be much harder to change that but if they know that you are always there for them through thick and thin they their perspective might just change. Letting them feel that you always love and care for them, makes them stronger and think that they can conquer any problem that come their way.
For me, my family along with my closest circle of friends have gone through a lot without leaving each others’ side.
If this post has changed the way you think then I’ll be glad to know it. Thank you for reading and enjoy whatever you have in life. :)
Yesterday, we had a midterm activity involving an adventure in UP Diliman (State university of the Philippines). The sound of it is tiring but once you are into adventures, you will love the sound of it! So my adventure started when I woke up early to prepare and go there. So I had my camera with me, valuables and some extra stuff (drink, gum, hanky and etc) then I found myself in line for the LRT bound for EDSA; I rode in the female area and seated comfortably up until I reached my stop. I thought I will get lost but luckily I didn’t.
I went in line for the ticket and rushed to the coaches and waited for my turn to ride. Luckily, there was a guy who pointed me a spot where I could sit down. But one lucky bastard sat beside me and made me feel uncomfortable about my spot. Rk, my groupmate, got my instructions and we met at Guadalupe station and faced the terminal at SM North EDSA together. We waited. We got impatient and rented a taxi. We got there just in time and for our first stop was the statue of a bird’s feet at Vargas Museum.