Note: I wrote this entry yesterday afternoon while I was in the library but because my laptop isn’t portable as it is supposed to be (the battery isn’t working), I am now typing the entry that I’ve handwritten in my notebook.
Everything is a chain reaction. God is teaching me something. Even though I may rebel against something or I may not like doing certain tasks, I’m sure now that He is teaching me something. Let me bring you to see things through my perspective. Today, my friend, Yana and I went to Ausmat cafe for breakfast. I wasn’t really hungry but I followed her to the cafeteria. When we were about to pay our breakfast meals, suddenly the cashier asked, “Do you know this girl?” and showed us a purse belonged to a friend of mine named Ieja. And so, I gave her a call and told her that she had left her purse at the cafeteria. I wonder what would have happened to her if we hadn’t found the purse or if the cashier didn’t show us the purse. Later, Ieja came and we had some chat before I got a message from Izza, who is another friend of mine. She asked me for the vest and the hanger that I borrowed from the faculty for a seminar. I immediately walked home from the cafe and returned the vest to her. She then went into the campus with Yanie, the person in-charge of the vests and blazers to return all of the blazers and vests used for the seminar at the office.
But a few minutes later, Yanie phoned me and asked me to help her carry the vests and blazers to the office because there were too many to carry. At that moment I thought, “Why me? Aren’t 2 persons enough to carry the stuff to the office?”. Nonetheless, I just went with flow. I walked back to the campus and helped her with the stuff. The day before, I worried about my health and thought that I needed to exercise. God must have heard me thinking to myself and He granted my wish by giving me the opportunities to exercise.
When everything had been returned, I walked straight to the library because that was my actual plan in the morning. I wanted to do my Academic Exercise (AE) and Professional Development assignments. While I was on my way to the library, I met Madam K, my AE supervisor whom I had texted her a message regarding the title of my AE. She is a very busy woman indeed and to accidentally bumped into her that moment was a relief. We had a very brief discussion about the title of my AE. I even had posted the question on Facebook, asking people around for I need the title before I could print out the Interview Protocol to interview students in the evening. In short, I was grateful with our meeting today and everything seemed to fall into places-I was granted what I wished for.
Now I’m in the library, reflecting about the chain reaction of activities that God has created for me. He is such a great planner and He plans everything so perfectly with the condition that we take our time to reflect on the happenings in our life. He knows everything while I know very little. If I look deeper into this situation, God has also taught me another thing-I don’t have to worry about my future. He has already planned something for me. I have been thinking about it a lot and I have even jotted down my worry of my uncertain future in my last post. Maybe He wants me to be truly clarified of this matter that I can never plan beyond my knowledge and understanding because He knows everything and is a greater planner than I am. What I know is nothing compared to His knowledge.
I also heard about Aza’s condition yesterday. I hope that she’ll get well soon. One never knows what will happen unto one but one can only pray for the best to come.
I shall end this post with ALLAHUAKBAR!