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I Am In Debt

To my family, and also all my friends and teachers + lecturers, I am truly indebted to all of you for the full support that you are giving to me. I don't know if I am able to pay it while I am still alive. But I promise, as long as I am alive, I will not waste this opportunity that I received, and neither will I forget for all the things that you all had done for me.

I am struggling with my studies right now, and I know there a lot more challenges that I need to face, but I will be strong and never give up, no matter what awaits me.

"Dear Allah, all of these people have been supporting me with all their might and with patience, and I hope that You can give them the same reward, just like what I received from them. Please bless them with Your light and guidance, as long as they are alive, and even in the afterlife. I am grateful to You that I am surrounded by these wonderful people"



  1. Mari kita struggle bersama-sama!

    p/s: comel gile lagu bumble bee ni. haha

  2. naimah - yeah jom!

    p/s: I know, right??

    ainina - go ainina! thanks!


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