Hello lovelies! Happy Thursday 😊
Hope everyone’s having a nice day so far. We are constantly trying to perfect ourselves in the pursuit of making everything perfect. But in the process we lose so much valuable time. Seize the moment and just do what you have to do. Don’t let those nagging & doubtful thoughts take over and ruin your momentum. Just go for it!
A step towards progress is far enriching than a step towards perfection 😊
Hello lovelies! How many of us have not taken a crucial step at least once in our lives because we feared the consequences? Most of us have been in a situation like that and later regretted why we didn’t listen to our instincts when the opportunity presented itself.
Fear is the biggest catalyst to anything in life. It can either push you to new heights should you face it or it can drown you in the depths of despair. We all fear failure and ridicule in our lives. Sadly we are programmed to believe that we cannot succeed, at least not easily which is what stops us from even trying most of the time.
Yes, there are those who get instant success but they also the ones who find it hard to maintain the success too. Majority of the people have to work hard to make a place for themselves. And there absolutely is a place for everybody’s success in this world. We all deserve success and happiness. Face your fears & aim bigger, higher & better!
In the end it will be totally worth it 😊
I was probably 13 when I encountered this mysterious being. I was studying for my elementary tests at night. I have a habit of cramming text book notes and I was busy memorising science facts and constantly looking up and down from my book. At one point I look up and notice a hazy look entity in the corner of my room. Discarding it as a fragment of my imagination I continue studying. I look up again and realise the entity is actually real and still standing there looking at me straight in the eye!! I saw it was an old man with a scar across his face and he was watching me. There was no expression on his face! I could see through him, I could see the wall behind him. I freaked out and jumped out my bed where I was studying and ran into my moms room. Gasping for air, I told my mom in the middle of the night that I saw something very weird in my room. Obviously she got concerned and came to check and found no one there. I did not want to go to school the next day…or leave home or go anywhere where my mom wasn’t with me. Relatives and neighbours thought I was making up stories because I didn’t want to go to school and I suspect some of them even questioned my mental wellbeing but what I saw was very real!
I refused to go to school and within a week I fell ill with severe fever. I was bed ridden for 2 weeks which was worrying for my family. After that I fell ill with
Typhoid for another few weeks. My life was bound to hospital visits and a bed. My health had rapidly deteriorated out of nowhere. Those who didn’t believe me started to acknowledge that I just may have seen something unusual. It’s sad how people don’t believe you until something unfortunate happens…sigh.
I did recover finally and I did resume going back to school but it was really awkward at first. I was constantly afraid of when I’ll see him again. Thankfully he didn’t make an appearance again after that night and I carried on living my life normally. I had stopped using my room and 6 months had passed. Eventually I did finally manage to step inside my room again! I was scared yet determined to do it. I didn’t want to be scared anymore. It took me 6 months but I overcame the fear!
It’s been over 8 years since we moved home but that awful ghost experience is forever etched in my mind!!