Re: The incident in your life which u can never forget
I was very touched by your story. I had also read your post asking all young girls to take care of their health from a young age so that we don't have to undergo several problems later on in life as regards health. I can imagine what you might have undergone during those two months of lying down........it must a terrible experience. But the Lord didn't leave you and your family alone. I'm happy today you are much better.
I have tragic episodes too but I would like to narrate something that makes my spirits soar with happiness. Firstly, I remember when in grade 4, I played the part of Snow White in the play Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and I was called Snow White by all including my principal for the rest of my years in that school. I have enacted in many plays and have won prizes too. I used to win the prizes for academic excellence too each year and those are the fun filled years, my school days.
Secondly, when in grade 5, I had the opportunity to garland Mother Teresa since I was chosen to welcome her and then give a speech in her honour. That is one moment that I cherish till to date.
I have many moments that I cherish including the moment when I became a mom, just like how Padmini Ma'am has also mentioned in her fb, it is one of the proudest and most cherished moments for a woman. I was adjudged the 'Best Girl in School' in my 10th std and was presented with a trophy and also in my college in my final year of B.Sc once again I received the 'Best Girl' trophy.
I would like to stop blowing my own trumpet but your thread took me back to all those years that were very blurred in my memory. Thanks for making me relive those memories and of course, I have tragic memories too but I think I choose to live with the good ones. Thanks once again for giving me this opportunity to express.
Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.