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Problem After Problem

This month is a very challenging one. With one problem coming after another, it's almost unbearable, but it's nothing a man can't solve. Hopefully everything will be done by today. I am indebted to Shafiq Kadir, and I promise to never forget his willingness to help me until the day I day. Without him, I might not be able to return to US.

Today marks the middle of August, and halfway through Ramadhan too. I realized that most of my problems started to haunt me since the first day of Ramadhan. Knowing that, all of these must have been a test for me, and a reminder to be more mature, and know how to prioritize things. But all this are just the beginning, the real test starts next semester. I am afraid, but I don't have a choice besides to face it.

Living alone could pose to a lot of predicaments, but I'll manage. Preparing from now is a must, and I don't want to mess up like I did before...I'm already tired of getting caught up in a problem I'm not supposed to. Like Niro said to me, a part of being an adult is you need to prioritize yourself before others, Though I don't approve it 100%, it's still true, especially in the situation I'm in right now.

Just a Tuesday night rambling


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