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A walk down the memory lane.

The situation in which this world is right now because of the global pandemic is so heart wrenching. And it has given me some time to take a walk down the memory lane.

When I look back at life, there are so many things I think that makes me giggle. Also, there are few things that makes me so sad.

There are few things which I regret not doing and there are few things which I am so glad that they happened.

1. I am so glad that I graduated when there was no pandemic.

I graduated last year. And I can never forget my last day. Though I can really feel the sadness of every student who would he graduating this year.

I sometimes realize how lucky I am that I got to visit all those lasts of the university. The last meal with friends, the last exam, the last lecture, the last everything of the college. I could still remember myself clicking phots with each and every friend and of each and every corner of the college.
Nostalgia is still hitting hard while I am writing this.

a walk down the memory lane.

2. I wish I have enjoyed a life a little more, when I walk down the memory lane

I really really wish that I have never said no to any plans. Being a person who worries a lot about every little thing, I wish I have not taken life too seriously and enjoyed every moment.

You never know when life will take a turn..and you will miss even the tiniest things that you always took for granted.

3. I should have never said no to learning.

Today, when I look back I realize I always had so much time in hand to learn something new. And I think the only problem was procastination.

4. I am glad I came at the right time to my home.

Had I not taken the decision to come back home at the right time I would have stuck alone without my family, and I don’t know how would I have handled myself. I am really so thankful to god that I am with my family right now.

The list is countless. And after all this I have become more thankful to god for everything he has given. Also, I now value life more. Also, friends and family matters a more now ( although for me they always did).

Thank you so much for visiting Interesting reads. Also, do tell me what do you guys regret and are thankful for when you take a walk down the memory lane.


15th July 2020 at 3:04 pm

Such a lovely trip down memory lanes with some important realisations. I think the good thing is theres always time to learn and say yes to many more opportunities! I recently started a couple of courses on Udemy an online course site which I would highly recommend. Loved reading this, I definitely think the pandemic has made me more grateful of the people I have in my life and all the opportunities I was lucky enough to have had. Will definitely be continuing to have more after the pandemic is over!

15th July 2020 at 5:23 pm

There’s so much to be thankful for! It’s easy to get focused on the negative during lockdown, but it’s so important to try to find the silver linings 🙂 I’m definitely going to appreciate the little things more once it’s safe again, like going to the movies, getting beers after work, and travelling.

15th July 2020 at 5:51 pm

Memories are emotional hooks anchored so firmly to those good old days when we were unsure and uncertain yet living life to the fullest.

16th July 2020 at 10:30 pm

I was originally quite frustrated when term 3 of uni was cancelled because of the pandemic but I realised, like you said, that I’m lucky to not be in my graduation year when this happened!!

20th July 2020 at 12:16 pm

This was such a beautiful read. 🙂 Thank you for sharing it with us. Just like you, I regret saying no to so many plans. But I know things will get better and everything will get back to the way it used to be. <3

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