Happy New Year!

My hands were sweaty, my throat dry. I was in a cold shiver. I was tired and my eyes were sleepy, I hadn’t slept the whole night before. Why was I like this? Well, it was the first day of my new school! Changing school in 11th? Tough decision. Really tough. You leave behind a dozen friends, a million memories, your reputation, your good grades and even some boyfriends. You have to start over- make new friends, develop a new nice image, impress the teachers and score excellent. That too in 11th. It’s next to a nightmare for all of us, isn’t it? The first few days my parents told me they were changing my school for new opportunities and exposures, I was frozen. I shouted, I cried, I fought like a two-year child. but my parents were firm on their decision. Standing outside this new, strange and big building, I hated my parents, I hated my life. I didn’t want to go inside. I wanted to run back to my old life, my old friends. I wasn’t ready for a new beginning.The bell rung and I dragged my feet inside.
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But after two years when I write this, I am glad I entered that building that day. that changed my whole life. it made me who I am today. it gave me some of the best opportunities possible. I am thankful to my parents for forcing me to go. I am thankful to God for that new beginning.
As new year is round the corner, I decided to write about new beginnings. Every year, you get new experiences, you meet new people, you learn new stuff, you grow up as a person and you live a new life. You make new resolutions, things you need to do that year. That’s why we celebrate New year so beautifully and excitedly. You get a new chance at life. You leave behind the hurt, regret, fear, sorrow from the previous year and head on to the new one. To make new experiences, new relationships and make yourself a better person. that’s what life is all about. Going through new adventures. Apart from going out to celebrate New year, eating delicious food, dancing, singing, and enjoying yourself, try to forget and forgive. Forgive the people who hurt you this year, forgive yourself for all your mistakes. New year is a new opportunity to be the best version of yourself. Take the good memories and leave behind the bad ones. That’s how you’ll truly celebrate a beautiful and enjoyable new year.
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To all my wonderful readers,

Thank you so much for taking time out and reading this. 

Hope you all have a wonderful new year, a wonderful new beginning.

Yours

Guneesha

 

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