I cannot believe that in 2 months time, I’m going to finish my first year in unissa. I swear it was just last 2 months when I got called for al-Quran and English interview and I swear our ta’aruf days were just a month ago. Where did time went to???
Alhamdulillah my journey here so far was amazing, true there were bits of hiccups and dramas here and there, though I did not expect that to happen because we are bunch of grown ups already, but we stayed professional. The first few months of course I let the anger to consume me, because I thought that if they can act negatively then I can too. But as time goes by I get exhausted, I told myself that I’m going here to study not to waste my time adding people on my “dislike” list. I learnt to shut people down if all they have to offer me is their negativity, I don’t mind being called sombong because I’ve no time for people who doesn’t want to be friends with me. I grow with the thought that not everyone’s gonna like me and that is okay, they’re going to say things that contradicts with your actual self but as long as you are true to yourself that’s all that matters. What matter most also is how you treat those who are willing to have you as part of their lives.
Our course, HND sharia criminal and justice system, only started officially last year so we are basically the first batch to do this course. With only 13 students under it, we started super awkward. No kidding, guys. Only around end of last year and early this year we started to feel comfortable around each other and I am forever grateful for this bunch. Literally everyone in the class are class clowns, we played around, goofed around, shared stories (we only have a dude here, 12 of us are girlies haha) and at the same time studied and did assignments together. People looked down on us, we got degraded a lot but that doesn’t stop us from trying to do our best (and trying to prove people wrong haaaha jk) We’re supportive towards each other, exchanging compliments and all the “great job” praises when we were done with our presentations and I could feel those praises and compliments truly came pure from their hearts.
These people helped me so much in self grow. I used to be insecure of myself, so unsure of what I’m doing. Without their encouragements and helps I wouldn’t be able to be this confident like how I am right now, though it was just merely hand claps. I don’t know if they realize this but yeah, thank you for accepting me for who I am guys, I know I can be annoying sometimes but y’all are stuck with me for 1 more year or more TEEHEE.
I used to think that to be a successful person, you’ve to work hard alone. Now I’ve to disagree with that. To be successful, you’ve to have the right people to help you and for you to help them back. You don’t have to be at the top alone.
I hope my hnd girlies know how I see us as a whole, a small yet powerful team. You guys are a blessing to me and I’ve never imagined myself getting to know selfless people that actually empower each other to be better, I appreciate each and every one of you, thank you for helping me in everything and I love y’all <3 #girlpowergamestrong
Getting to do my passion with amazing people along the journey, how can I get so lucky???