Saturday, 21 July 2012

i need sleep.

India is an experience you won't get anywhere in the world. It is one of a kind. It is one of its own. Yes, there will be terrible things coming your way. It is normal. As a new person coming to a different country no matter how good or bad the country is, you will eventually face a problem..

but somehow, 

when people are trying really hard to help you settle down, the least you can do is appreciate the time and energy those people already spent. Dealing with people is not a small feat especially when one who is not in the same lingo as you are. Settling down is important because we know how we felt the first time we were here. Packing and unpacking our bags for 3 weeks was frustrating. You have no sense of belonging. You don't know how to start your life properly. When you have settled down, see the pros and cons, then make your decision. You have a looong way to go from there.

And those who want to help, be there. Help things make easy. Help the transition for the newcomers to be easy. Don't sweat the small stuff.

My advice to any students coming to India, don't expect too much because when you get something extra, you will be happier. Trust me. Been there done that. 

Don't worry anyway. It is not THAT BAD..but no worries, you can manage.

Wow, this is so unlike me like in my first year. I am all sobered up for Ramadan.. XD