“To overcome a fear, here’s all you have to do: realize the fear is there, and do the action you fear anyway.”
Sounds easy! Not…
I just had my English oral commentary today. It was like my heart was racing in a 20km marathon, the first 15km was in rhythmic pace, and the last 5km striving my best to stay in the race, pumping out all the sweat and blood left in me. I’ve been training for this race, and now it’s finally over.
They should really put a danger sign like that on the door. It’s like walking in to your death.
Now I can pack my bags and head home, knowing I tried my best in this race.
But that’s not all. There are many races yet to come, and all I can do is to keep my head up high and continue training up until that final race, where every single second you’ve trained for counts the most.
If only life were as simple as typing out a few meaningful words.
As you can see, my head was so jumbled up that I couldn’t structure my commentary nicely. I scribbled everything everywhere, thinking that it was more important to have the literary features written down everywhere, instead of a structured piece.
So messy lah!
I had tons and tons of ideas to talk about. The only problem is they were swimming in my head like a bunch of goldfish. Couldn’t get a grasp on them, every time I almost do, it slips right out again.
See what I mean?
At least it’s all over and done with. All that weight now off my shoulders.
I feel a million times taller.