Hello everyone, or good evening?
I finally recovered from feeling unwell! I would like to start writing a blog from today♪
In this blog, I would like to write about the period when I was sort of lost in deciding my future path. I will try to recall that time and how it commented on my life now.
【 Courage 】
I remember that I started thinking about my future path when I was in my senior year in high school.
While I was working for the ambassador activity in Tokyo every week,
I noticed that I wasn’t thinking seriously about my future as if what I want to do, and How I want to live my life. I remember I was very concerned about the fact that I wasn’t taking time to think about it seriously…
Since I had a bad habit that I tended to think by myself and not talking about it to people around me, I had asked for some advice from senior friends at the ambassador activity and also to my teachers in high school.
With their help and some advice, I gradually found some directions to my future path.
Then I found one essential common point in the advice I received. Which was...
“There is more than one path in deciding your future.”
This one message was in all the advice in common.
This message is still sticking in my mind.
As one senior friend told me once that “Life is like a tree. Even the start is one thick path, the path might become apart and makes a branch.”
I felt relieved when I heard it. Until then I was feeling a sense of urgency as I was very closed-minded.
I could start thinking that “I have also this way even if I decided.” not “I have only this way once I decided.” If that makes sense…
But what I want to say is that all the advice people gave me made my view wider.
Now, recalling that time, I can see that I was required the courage to step forward by deciding the first step of the future path at that time. And I have been required the courage till now.
Ok! That’s it for today!
I will write about which path I chose and why I decided on that path.
Thank you for reading my blog until the end♪(Hug)
See you next Wednesday, and hope you have a good day!