“Mother’s piece of advice”

(This article is fictional and not based on real story/events… )

Feeling humiliated is not that bad, being ignored is bad but worst of all is being hated for who you are; the feeling that nobody loves or respect you for being you is the worse feeling ever and yet most of the time it is just mental. It is sometimes hard to imagine what hardships and sufferings can do to a person and the truth is that it can completely destroy a person.

Margaret’s daughter Blessings was a sweet little girl, bright and just like her name was meant to be a blessing to others and instill in others hope so says her mother before her unexpected death. Both of her parents died when she was still so young, abandoned by the relatives and left to continue surviving in a not so suitable conditions

Because of blessing’s sufferings, she viewed humans as horrible creatures; they would commit several atrocities , torture women, neglect widows, abandon organs to fend for themselves. The rich take advantage of the poor, they play favoritism when giving jobs and so much more.

Blessing’s childhood tortured and broke her; the neglect by the community and relatives Pierce her heart right through to her soul and the tragedies completely shuttered her dreams. Blessings had big dreams of a better and happier life but at 20 she couldn’t even bring herself to fall in love because she had totally lost faith in mankind.

Blessings was tired of living the same kind of life everyday and desperately needed things to change and in order to make her family’s life better, she needed to continue surviving, fighting and working hard. And surely Blessings’ anger was too much and needed to be locked away or dealt with somehow; it was the kind of anger that could swallow an entire planet if left uncheck or if it were in the DC universe and gifted with some super powers would be catastrophic.

Blessings then decided that it was time to lock away all her pain and sorrows and in doing so had to remember the only piece of advice that her mother gave her before her death. She said to herself, “Mother says there are locked rooms inside all women…, And so my child remember to wor hard no matter what comes your way and don’t ever give up on life”.

Blessings had no choice but to pretend to fit in. She created several locked doors inside her heart- the biggest was the door of grieve, hatred and anger. She knew that she had to lock all the darkness and hatred inside to continue living.

Life is unfair, life is miserable, fullof sorrows and bad luck sometimes and the only thing that remains is hope that tomorrow might be different. And Margaret’s Blessings can only hope that one day mankind will change their character and there will be a new and better world with less of whatever she had witnessed so far.

Day 6:: Best gift I have ever received. ::CBC 2017::

So that’s today’s challenge. Well, it’s quite obvious that the Best gift I have ever received is the gift of life. That is why I always remember to thank God everyday for this gift because everyday is a blessing.

Now considering worldly gifts, I think the best gift I have ever received was/is the gift of education.

I’m glad I got the chance to get an education, not many could. All thanks to the government’s universal primary education (UPC) which was free and later the scholarship offered to me by WINDLE trust for higher education.

Thanks for reading, and yes, I couldn’t think of a better gift other than the gift of life or education.

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Best thing to happen to me this year. :: Day 22 of 31.

Life can be so difficult sometimes but that should not prevent us from sharing and celebrating the good moments. 

Above all, we should always remember to thank God every moment and for everything.

 
Now coming to today’s challenge, i had some rough moments as well but I think the best thing that has happened to me this year  sofar was 

‘getting my scholarship renewed for another year’.

I was very happy when they told me that they were going to continue sponsoring me till I complete my degree.

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What was the best thing to happen to you this year?