The best day of my life

By Ieka Ahmad - 11:33:00 PM

Hello there.
I wonder how's life been treating you lately? I hope everything is good. Mine is fine, there are ups and downs but ignore those things and lets focus on the good side of life.

I'm writing this while listening to Yuna's Deeper Conversation (because I'm so into her lately). The reason why I'm writing this post after so long is to bring back the positivity in me and to remind myself how lucky I am to live this kind of life. I really need this.

Last year was a wonderful year for me, the happiest year in my life.
I graduated with a degree in Psychology last December. Alhamdulillah. I didn't expect that I could go this far in life. In fact, I appreciate every little effort that I did for myself and I'm happy for this achievement. I'm proud to be an alumni of Griffith University. Recalling back those memories, I can still remember the moment when my name was called during the ceremony. I was nervous, obviously, but excited too. When I heard my name was being announced, I cried happily inside. That is because my whole life I've never had a chance to wear graduation robes and last year was my first time wearing it. I cried happily because finally after so many years I achieved my dream.


God, I missed Brisbane.
I missed my friends and my Mt Gravatt family.

I don't know what the future holds but I'm looking forward for exciting things. At the moment, I'm planning to pursue my studies in the UK. Insha'Allah. To tell you the truth, I'm not confident about it. I don't know if I could make it and continue my Masters but it doesn't hurt to try. Insha'Allah. I've been thinking about it a lot nowadays. Some time at night, I would imagine myself in London or anywhere else in the UK before I go to sleep.

It's always been my interest to learn other cultures and to travel to another side of the world. I'm excited to discover new places and meeting new people. It's also a privilege to have friends from different parts of the world. My 6 years experience of studying abroad had helped to build connections and making friends from all over the world which I find it very interesting. It was definitely a golden experience. I thank Him for this opportunity. Alhamdulillah.

If God wills it, He will make it easy for me.
Insha'Allah.





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2 comments

  1. wow, good luck, dear. i always want to further my study, but still not confident, one day, insyaAllah. ;)

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  2. Congrates and good luck ieka ! :)

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