seriously, i know this is way too idealistic thinking, but right now, part of me kinda wishes that this were gonna be my final year, so that, you know, i can sorta get on with life. i've got new aspirations! (okay, i see some of you rolling your eyes already, yeah, what a time to come, during exam period, right, haha!) 三分钟热度, maybe. but guess it doesn't hurt to dream, does it? somebody, fairly recently, implied it doesn't, haha! will i attempt to fulfil it? perhaps. it is workable, really; the course of it provides a 后路 should i change my mind halfway through it. unless, of course, i start having vastly divergent ideas. (not totally unlikely, though, heehee.)
back to the original topic sparking off this post, i've promised myself i shan't hold back anymore when we shall meet again this time; i shall throw myself into it. (but then again, how crazy can i get, anyway?) i sincerely hope and pray nothing will ruin this again; let it come to pass this time, and let not murphy's(?) law reign! sweetie, throw your doors open for me!
p.s.: late last night, i read somebody's testimony which so won me over that i really... don't know what to say. everything is so real, so human, and so raw; so familiar, so understandable, just... so human. which, again, reaffirms that God is real; God must be real, to be able to work, so far away, in other people's lives, yet so similar. it's almost amazing. perhaps i shan't mince my words so. it is absolutely amazing!
"I truly believe God exists ... He changed a lot of things in my life ... I feel that if it weren't for God, there wouldn't be anyone who could give me such happiness."wow. to read that from someone i'd hardly have linked to christianity. quote again:
"His grace is uncountable."