I’ve been watching many friends lately posting old pictures of them and their families followed with the hashtag “TBT”. I was actually very curious to know what it is all about until I saw the image above and knew what it certainly means.
Here’s my #TBT for this week.
How many times have you been inspired by a song, a movie, a success? This source of inspiration means a lot to you especially when you’re reminded of it later on; you relate to it and recall the feeling you first had when exposed to that inspiration. you feel the hurt, tear down and feel strong as well. But have you ever thought of the person who’d been through this true story? The one who’d been through loss and had to sacrifice it all to make you feel inspired?
Well, some people are meant to go through painful events in life, there are destined to have truly impossible fate and suffer. One day, they’ll get through it and beat the hell of out their lives with memorable lessons to teach us, the blessed, the careless and the ignorant who never appreciate what we have or do. Those people had the privilege to be hurt and opposed because they’ve got their share of suffer in life and now are ready to have fun and live peacefully away from all miseries.
Nonetheless, there’s a few who had to sacrifice and still sacrifice and bear the pain all day and night long. I don’t know what God holds for them but I’m pretty sure they’ll be happy and satisfied, if not in this life, then it’ll be in the eternal life.
Eminem is one of the most inspirational artists ever happened; his movie 8 Mile is one of; he might be famous today but he had been through all kinds of troubles in life. I hope you enjoy this song by the truthful Eminem.
French words of the day will be updated later in the next post.
French words of the day:
– et vous?
– Bonne chance.
– prenez soins de vous? / prends soins de toi?
I never knew what it means to work five days a week or how some people can’t wait until the weekend. I used to think they are not productive and just like to exaggerate things but this semester with a full schedule at university I know exactly how it feels to be busy all the week long.
Three days out of five, I have lectures from 8 am until 5 pm; it’s really exhausting, mentally and physically. By the time I get back to my house, have a shower, eat my dinner, see the family and rarely a friend, I’d be completely worn out and not in a mood to do any additional activity. Then next day, I get up very early as well, go to university, spend many hours and so on…
Weekends now are full-scheduled too; I have to finish my homework, my reports and study for a few hours. I have to compensate for my reading part, so I spend many hours moving form a blog to another then comes my books, read few chapters and go back to WordPress. In the evening, I’d chat with my pen-friends or hang out with my local friends; sometimes we have dinner together or just enjoy a silent weekend.
The best thing is that I’m learning to become more productive under pressure. Being busy all the time could be really helpful especially if you have problems with your sleeping habits where you’ll have to sleep early so you can get up early and enjoy an energetic day.
What about your week? Is it busy as well? Or you’d rather it be quiet? Are you productive under pressure or like to take your time?
French words of the day:
– comment vous appelez vous? comment t’appelles-tu?
– je m’appelle…
– À bientôt!
– Au revoir
Languages have always been my passion as well as my challenge. If you ask me why I love languages and what’s interesting about learning foreign languages, I’d probably have no answer, it’s just in my blood.
I couldn’t start learning English the right way until I was in my early 20’s; I’ve had the opportunity of meeting some native speakers and other people who use English in their daily life. Well, that was fantastic. I still remember how I felt at first to be among a group of people who speaks only English.
Today, I’m practicing the language and use it more than ever before; I read books in English, I watch movies needless to see the translation, I can deliver a full speech and convey my messages in English. Besides, my blog, which is helping me more than anything else.
Consequently, I thought it’d be appropriate now to move up to the next level and start something more challenging. French is my current challenge; I’ve got many useful applications downloaded on my mobile phone, subscribed to a few channels on Youtube and began my learning process on my own. I’ll be learning a few words everyday as well as grammar. I have plans to share the words I learn everyday here on the blog as notes added to the end of my posts, but let’s just see how it goes.
Here are the French words of the day:
– bonjour (hello).
– comment allez-vous? / ça va? (how are you?)
– je vais bien, merci. (I’m fine, thank you)
– je ne vais pas très bien, merci. (I’m not going very well, thank you)
How about you dear readers? Do you like languages? Which languages would you like to learn?
Tonight I felt like I needed to look at a few spectacular photographs that would help me relieve and make me relaxed, so I headed to WordPress looking out for wonderful photography blogs and came out with the best choice ever, Meticulousmick. Here are some of the blogs I really enjoyed:
Four Seasons In A Day
GOUGANE BARRA CHURCH
TREES IN THE PARK
“If youth only knew, if age only could”
Just stop worrying, stop nagging and complaining. Be responsible, be aware of the time you’re losing. You might be doing well in terms of what you’ve missed a few years ago but you’re losing the moment, you’re missing many other things, that’s for sure.
Your youth knows and is capable of doing it, why not do it? why? why?