Late recently on the wall of my Facebook page, I inscribed the phrase:
When I found the ANSWER to life, God has changed the QUESTION (Could not trace the source).
And no sooner did I escape to click on other sites, a friend of mine commented: “When did you get back from hibernation?”
Well, physically I was as good as undergoing hibernation after I have completely submerged to a house arrest due to the academic frustrations, making myself almost invisible and sporadic. But mentally, I had to battle in adjusting the pH of my temperament and emotional sentiments thereby actively remaining engaged in diaspora of mental conflicts.
There is nothing serious and injurious that I am talking about my health. It is just that my plans got into a bad shape. The academic roadmap sketched for the month of January has severely failed to drift in line with the current of the proposed blueprint. Due to this mechanical miscarriage of my plan, almost every activity that has to follow suit has frozen. These days of January has never treated me well and really made my mind stagnant, weakened the muscle of my hard work and decayed the cells of vigor in me.
The weather of my mood has been woeful. My mind was sinking in the sea of desperation. Consequently I suffered a fatigue of being optimistic and the confidence to seek good things were densely clouded. The temperature of being enthusiastic in learning dropped beyond compare. I discovered myself drowned on the bed gazing on the entire sky of the ceiling, day and night.
These days of waste has though, its own share of message to learn. Sometimes it is not wise to belief that raindrops and sunlight necessarily can form a rainbow. Good plans necessarily does not guarantee a good result. The plans are simply like our shadows. They work only when there is light. Once we get into the darkness, like the shadow that never follow us, our plans never fly on the same runway unless it has the right enabling conditions.
“Every struggle in your life has shaped you into the person you are today. Be thankful for the hard times, they can only make you stronger”- Unknown