Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Theme Of Year 2014–Patience

Dear Zach,
I always lack of patience. From the outlook of me, I have been told that I was calm and cool but what they did not know about me that my inner heart was fully incapable of being calm and collective. I have low-level of patience. Or to none. Multiple times I have told myself to be patient in whatever circumstances, especially when waiting for arrival of my parcel, I expect it to be arrived in two days at most. When they ever took more than two days to send my parcel, my impatience gene would be activated and have me being restless and cranky for the entire day. That is me - and I am about to change this.
This is my most important year of my life and I could not afford to lose myself over my impatience gene as results of my stupidity. Hence, I have the need to set a theme of the year itself to guide my growth and progress through the coming year regardless building a great physique or whatever means of waiting. Building a great body is, indeed, in need of patience. Progression takes time. You wanna see those pecs and abs popping under your shirt? You have to be patient. Apart from that, getting the right boyfriend needs patience, because getting one is harder than you could have thought of. So be single as long as you can before you head over heel madly in love with someone who will break you heart in future. Finding your dream guy? You have to wait forever.
Henceforth and forevermore, I need to learn how to be calm and collective as people had mistakenly thought I was before. I must have myself trained to be a Buddha as likely as possible in favor of my upcoming interview for internship and whatever means of waiting, especially in bodybuilding. Being patience not only could bring me calm and collective, but also project as a magnifying glass to observe my surrounding items more distinctly and allow me to differentiate between gay or straight. Anger blinds your eyes; Patience fucks forges through your mind.    


  1. If you set your mind to it, you will eventually overcome it.



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