O.E.

Assalamualaikum :)

Hi every one! here i am again, ready to mumble and insyaAllah, make your time here worth.

Okay. Now, i would like to story-morry about how to be happy. Not that I don’t have my own downs, my sad times, my gloomy days. Almost every day would be my bad-tudung-day (if my tudung isn’t folded –if you know what I mean-, then you should know that it’s a BTD!). But then, i believe that despite all, i have more happy times than sad ones, Alhamdulillah.

How?

Easy, just appreciate everything you have.

The idea of appreciating everything hit me hard when I always listen to my chemistry lecturer (Madam –now Dr.- Shanti) saying ,
“You must appreciate this formula,”. And, I’ll go  “(??)How do you “appreciate” a formula – ‘cuz after all it’s a FOR-MU-LA?”.
Truth is, till today I don’t know if what I understood from what she said is actually what she was trying to say. Anyway, I believe there’re tonnes of ways of APPRECIATING.

The last time I played “Aci Ligan” (a game where you have to run and catch your friends or run away from your friend who’s supposed to catch you) was when I was 12 and that was one game I shall not forget to the day I die (well, unless i got amnesia or Alzheimer’s). The suspense, thrill and ‘heart attack’ it can give you is simply awesome. I loved it. So, after A-Level the other day, after sets of badminton games, I played this game with a friend. It was brief though – for a very short period. But I was contented.

I haven’t ride on a motorbike for years. When my uncle took me on his bike the few days ago, I was super-delighted! Like super-super-super happy you know! I don’t understand it myself. I mean, okay I was on a bike, so? No no, it was not JUST, because it was SO awesome. How it feels when you have always been in a car, or bus when travelling? You see everything through the window (opened or closed). It is so different when I put the helmet on, with the plastic shield covering part of my face. I’d lift that up, I don’t want anything to block my view of the beautiful scenery that seems so near yet so far and better still, while I’m moving! The air moving fast, thinking of whether I hit the air or did it hit me, it made me feel so much better than standing in front of a fan on a very hot day. It is really cool that you can feel the invisible gases that make up the air hitting your skin. The lights from the various cars and buildings, the noise and sounds they made, the thick black sky that changes in pattern and colour as we move. It was like a roller coaster ride (ignore the fact that I never ride on a roller coaster).  I was happy. Full stop.

Yeah, those are the two things (from many others) which I am happy for. I have wonderful friends who never stop annoying me, that’s bliss. I mean, how many people get friends to fight but don’t end up being enemies? See what I mean?

It’s all about looking at things the right way. Some people say your mood depends on what you did in the morning ie how you start your day. Well, it might be true but I don’t stick to that. You did something wrong? You feel bad? Ah-ha! You realized it already? Nah, start changing, now! The day has not ended yet. :)

If you set yourself conditions to be happy, then it might be too difficult to be happy. “I’ll be happy when all the debts are paid” “I’ll be happy if only I get all As” “I’ll be happy when I move to a new home”

These ‘when’s and ‘if’s are very uncertain. How can you achieve anything when you’re not happy working towards it?

It is difficult to be happy when everything seems to be going against you. But being happy despite all means being grateful to Allah subhanahu wata’ala continuously. It’s hard, but it’s possible.

So everyone, be happy. If you know the true meaning of it, life will be so much easier, MasyaAllah.

See ya!

Oh, by the way, O.E. stands for Over Excited. :)

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  1. i’m happy with what Allah gave me :) alhamdulillah~

    syukran.. really interesting entry..!
    we human tends to put on, in a certain condition to be happy right? like what you have said; getting A’s and bla bla..
    if we try to look on to people who never get those things, i bet we are more prone to say Alhamdulillah and be happy with what we are..

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