I would just like to share an inspiring video clip that I saw minutes ago 🙂
Click it. Be motivated and goal-oriented 🙂
As I admired this one classmate of mine when I was in High school where he shared this link on Facebook and he quoted from the video clip saying “…the most important possible thing you can do is do a lot of work. do a huge volume of work. put yourself on a deadline. so that every week or every month, you know you’re going to finish one story. because it’s only by actually going through going through a volume of work that you are actually going to catch up and close that gap. and the work you’re making will be as good as your ambitions.”
Very well said, Indeed.
I woke up this morning feeling so lazy to go to school.
I found out that we have no water supply early this morning.
I wanted to have time with my sister and Baby Sophia earlier instead of going to school.
And Lastly, I wanted to have longer and longer precious sleep.
That’s my crazy little thing called “wants” 🙂
But still I went to school even if I’m superdupermega late in our Nursing Research Class.
I adored my professor, Ms. Castro for teaching us and enlightening us on our Nursing Research Class. A unique, flexible and easy way approach of teaching a slightly boring subject. I really adored great teachers with great teaching styles and approach to every audience particularly students. Therefore, I conclude that I have a goal to be a teacher someday. 🙂 Because I enjoyed teaching and learning. Seriously. 🙂
So okay, Spiritual Nursing Elective class again this afternoon.
I got a little bored and sleepy. SORRY SISTER. 😦
After her lecture, we had our paired dyad to answer together our worksheets.
My co-dyad, Joanna, She was one of the top 5 people I first met and knew when I was in my first year college. I remembered her since then. That’s how my remote memory works! Thank you God 🙂
First and last memories are really hard to forget 🙂
We had interviewed each other and I found out that we have the same practice on bringing our rosary and placing it on our pockets everywhere we go.
Our health bring us more closer to God.
I have tonsillitis +3 since 1st year High school.
I’ve been praying to God to give me health of body, mind and soul.
I went to St. Clare again today and I placed my 15 photocopies of story about the Miracles of Mother Vailankanni , Our Lady of Health.
I prayed for both of my grandfather and grandmother, also included myself and others who suffers with acute to chronic illness, loneliness, depression, doubts, worries, unworthiness, famine, discrimination, failures and all negativeness.
Prayers can move mountains. Miracles can happen if you sincerely believe because with God, nothing is impossible 🙂
I love what I am doing these past few days 🙂
I will have control again with myself towards using our desktop computer.
I will start to study now.
I will do the best as I can to pass my Final exam in NCM 105 🙂
My target grade, 1.75!
Help me Almighty Father God. ❤
I downloaded and played again YFC songs!
I miss serving and attending to our YFC chapter meetings.
I miss worshiping my God to the highest through singing out loud.
Remember to be grateful, Always 🙂