Hey everyone! It’s been a very, very long time, i know. happy new year, though! i know we’re like already done with 2 months but i thought it’d be rude if i didnt wish yall.
in the last post i introduced a new blog and i wrote like 3 posts and then my life became so, so, so busy with my exams, school projects, friend problems etc, etc. so instead of ditching you guys like this im gonna make an official post about my withdrawal (idk is that too formal?) from blogging.
ive had so much fun over the years making new friends and exploring this part of writing and im so grateful to those who stuck with me till the very end.
it was a great opportunity and i honestly loved the experience.
ill miss you guys :~) and to those who are currently blogging, good luck and i hope life takes you on the path of success.
It was a good day, and the railway station was crowded. Among the crowd, there was a group of 14 year olds. On the other side of the station, was a father and his son, Panda. Panda was astonished to see everything, “Dad, Look! That ice-cream shop is very small! Look! That cat has the colors, brown and fawn! Look! That boy is licking a pink colored ice cream!” And, the father replied “Yes, son”
The group of youngsters saw Panda and one of them, Mark, went to Panda’s father and said “What’s the problem with your son? He’s SOOOO weird!” The others, who had come with him, shushed him. The father who was not very happy with Mark’s behaviour began “My son here, Panda…”
Mark smirked at the name and Panda frowned. The father gave a stern look at Mark and continued “Panda was born blind. He had just got his operation and now he can see, he is very happy and I don’t think you should question anything about how “weird’ my son is. Now SCRAM!” Mark and the others looked at each other feeling very glum, Then Mark said “I’m sorry…”
Now, there are so many morals we can learn out of this, but the main one is
Many of you have probably heard this story before.
There was once a little gal named Lizzie and she visited the beach. She saw so many starfish laying on the beach. She picked up one starfish and then threw it in the sea. She continued to do that to the other starfishes. A old man happened to be there. He asked Lizzie “Listen, little girl, you know there are so many star fish laying on the beach, you know you are not going to make a difference!”. Lizzie smiled, picked up a starfish and threw it in the sea and said “I made a difference to that starfish”. The man slightly smiled and walked away.
Lesson- Always try to make a good difference when possible