Sorry Mr. Sangay Cholden’s Random Thoughts for I couldn’t update you these days. Life is at race for me whenever I am to face exams. Not many days are left for me to screw up the gear that we are ultimately to judge how much I am learned to defeat the greatest enemy in students’ life – examinations.
Days ran so fast. Months galloped steadily. And finally a semester is coming to an end. Time is not waiting to anyone except feel that it is when I feel damn bored inside my room all alone when books doesn’t give me good accompany. A giant tree welcomed me with useless fruits and is time for me to bid farewell with the same fruit.
Dear, fellow bloggers I can’t be able to read your post for awhile. I will miss the different perspective and inspiring writing of yours which motivate me to write more despite the fact that what I write is more often as blend as oatmeal.
I am not completing my college this year. But I am supposed to. I can’t do away do with blogging. I will be giving full time now on studies. May be for good reasons or so, many Bhutanese bloggers fade away the moment they begin working to earn. What if you write to earn? Money is not everything in life. Just know yourself and be good human and act, money will pour in. And yet you should know that you are not born only to earn and forget not that living without earning is difficult.
It doesn’t matter for me how my writings are. The more I write, the more I get to know about myself. And I promise I will write to learn and know about all that are to relate to me and myself in life. It gives me strength, and it is my ruling passion.
My simple poem for my fellow bloggers;
At the utmost in power of thy writing,
It’s me fool who enjoy and inspires with.
I am to continue writing is my bruiting.
My sentences are not good.
My contents are fairly humdrum.
But my passion thrive me more daring.
I feel more satisfied with what I learn,
For life with scribbling taught me.
Thank you fellow bloggers,
For thou art my trigger to spurt the bullets of words
To imprint on Sangay Cholden’s Random thoughts.