Friday, January 10, 2014

It has been a long time since I last wrote. I haven’t really had time because of school, work and other stuff. But a fellow classmate of mine asked me question, which led me to write this post, because I think that many people are seeking for motivation, but they don’t really know what they are looking for.

He asked me “what motivates you to go to school”. So the reason he asked me was because I’m a hardworking person. I love school and it has always been like that. He was wondering what drives me to go to school and do my homeworking every day. You probably hear people hating on school and stuff, and then there is me, who feel like I’m uncompleted without school, because it gives me something to do besides working of course. Now I sound like a freak or a nerd, but I’m not. You know why? Because I believe in “education is the key to success” and because of that I need to give it 100%.  

Before I answered my classmate I had to think about it, because it’s not something I normally think about. My answer to him was: “It is the idea of ​​learning something new, but also because I want to achieve something where I feel like everything I've worked hard for, has paid off.”

So if you’re looking for motivation, you need to look deep inside yourself. What makes you happy or what do you want to achieve? Just answering these two you can do really great things for yourself. You just need to believe in yourself and the rest will come by itself. Don’t let negativity overshadow all the positive things. Always look on the bright site of life.

Our school system is different from the US and UK. We don’t really have what you call high school. It’s instead high school combined with college which is 3 years. From the age 16-19 years old or for some people 17-20 years old. And after this it’s university or whatever they want to do with their life.  
    

Sorry for bad grammar, but I hope it wasn’t bad to read J  
Posted by Samsam Aden On 10.1.14 No comments

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