Okay, it’s back to school since a week back, and it’s a silent “torture” to
patiently wait for all the papers to be received back. Glad that I got an A for
Maths, and finally passed my Physics with a C. Economics was pretty bad at
D/E depending on the rounding up/down. Computing was quite bad, partly
because I didn’t study, also because a lot of people did badly too (everyone
has to come back for remedial?), got a D without coursework, C with
coursework included. And mr gi played an interesting US Navy Seal training
video from Discovery Channel , supposedly to inspire us to work hard for the
prelims, and focus on details.
Well, it seems like the tables have turned. I used to worry about Maths and
Physics as they were my weaker subjects. Now I worry about Computing and
Economics. Hopefully all will balance and be good in A Levels. As mr ho has
pointed out, it can go both ways – up or down. I trust God.
Lessons in school now seem kinda waste of time. Cos after school is quite late
and tired, can’t do much in school. After that go home even worse, a few
hours then sleeping time already. sigh. more than half my class skipped school
mr. chua asked me if I’m doing any video to make farewell assembly more
exciting. well not much time left, if I wanted to do, should have done last
week. But alas, I went to do a mass dance video instead. He say maybe I can
tweak it. Well not much inspiration to do it. I was asked to design SDD ticket
recently. And was also asked to provide a design for a sponsored notebook
for open house. hmmm…
There are 2 kinds of people who complain about their results:
1. People who seriously have bad results and need to buck up.
2. People who have relatively good or average results which can be better,
yet they complain a lot, and worry unnecessarily, and talk as if it’s the end of
the world and they are going to be retained.
I suppose I’m neither of the above.
People from #1 should really work on their complains. That’s alright.
But what I cannot understand is people from #2. They can continue ranting
about how “bad” their results are, but when compared to myself, they are
very good already. Why worry so much? Who of you by worrying can
add a single hour to his life?
I know I need to work hard, perhaps the hardest I’ve ever worked in my life in
terms of studies. Need time too. Need lots of practice again. After about 2
weeks break, almost forgetting a lot of things.
But God is good.
“Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out
everything on your own. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make
your paths straight.” – Proverbs 3:5-6
“Give your entire attention to what God is doing right now, and don’t get
worked up about what may or may not happen tomorrow. God will help you
deal with whatever hard things come up when the time comes.” – Matthew
On a another note, happy birthday to yt!