Monday, May 27, 2019

How I’Ve Changed over the Past Year

How I Have changed over the past year? Humans are as changeable as the weather. Or perhaps a more than frequent changer. And being one myself Im no different. Every night when I look back to the previous day I see no change. But when I look back to the year that has just passed, I do see the difference. The experiences I went through changed me to a better or may be something close to a reformation. Nevertheless Im non the homogeneous anymore I was always known to be short-tempered and egoistic.But last year one incident re solelyy changed the way I was and thought. My choppy fluctuations in temper made me lose a lot of friends and the loneliness I was in taught me to be more friendly and patient. My friends always knew how to react to my primitiveness save unfortunately I forgot my new friends were not accustomed to it. I met some buddies in a friends birthday party, last year, who were more than just casual acquaintances. One of them dropped coke over my new silk dress and th at did itI started yelling at her without noticing I am ruining the party. To my surprise the miss started crying and ran away while I was unexpended standing clueless. The birthday boy came up and said I think you better go washout yourself, Sunnu, before the spots get dry. Ill call you later. He never called and probably would not have if I had not met him in a center field a few days later. Yes, I didnt. But neither did you. He answered when I asked why he did not call. But you said you will call. Yes, but dont you think you were at fault and should have taken the first step and said sorry? I was very confused. I did not know what he meant. Why should I be sorry? It was her fault, not mines. But now I know why he did not. I was excessively egoistic to even think of being sorry, let alone saying it. She did a mistake unintentionally, but I did a bigger mistake by not doing what I should have done forgive and forget. I realized this when one day one of my friends told me S unnu, you never accept the fact that even you discharge make mistakes.You are always too angry to even think what other people might feel at your choice of words. I was lonely. My friends had left me trying every possible ways to make me realize. But this lone feeling gave me time to think over everything and that is when I realized how wrong I was. One day, one week, one month and in a year I changed myself. I was a reformed Sunayna. I was better and the proof is all the old friends and many new ones happily smiling on the pictures in my My Friends album on Facebook.

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