It has came to me that every year, the older I am becoming, I tend to think more about what is to come later on in life. What will happen to me after my Form 5 Exams, and would I ever get the chance to study overseas like my parents, aunts, uncles and all those seniors I look up to highly all the time. I tend to aim high all the time and think about how fun and nice it sounded to have degrees in different areas (e.g. Accounting, Engineering, Business, Writing, English Literature). Wow, but of course big dreams equals to big money. I am so lucky to have realized how important education is at a very young age. I have always appreciated everyone around me telling to better myself and score during school as it is a one in a life time chance. Eventhough I know my parents are always trying to work hard to provide the best education they could give me, I still want to study as hard as possible, to get myself a scholarship and graduate from a prestigous university/college in future.
Going to the luxurious life I have always dreamt about, I have always wanted to follow in my mother's and my aunts' footsteps. I fantasize more thinking of what I can afford and enjoy with brains and money later. I can finally own my own Prada, Louis Vutton, Chanel, Loewe, Hermes and what else, everything else that money could possibly buy. I promise to give my parents their monthly allowance as to how I see them giving to my own grandparents. In order to my hard work and daily stresses, I would probably need to go to a massage parlour or spa every week to pamper my body. Not forgetting a nice hairwash and blow at my favourite hairdressers. :) I have always looked up to my own parents as for how I appreciate so much of how they raised me and my brother, and how comfortable we have lived so far. And yet my mother has always had her fair share in branded items that I completely adore and dream to own one day.
But I have always remembered what my father always said to me and my brother, whatever you do, you must be happy. And I will always remember that till the end of time. No matter how rich you are, if you are sad and unhappy with your life, there really isn't much point in life. At my age now, just turning sweet 16 about a month ago, I feel that I am getting more matured day by day. And I have my family, my friends and my surroundings to thank for. Without all this, I doubt I would think so far ahead, and have an ambition so great. I am just so glad that I realized how important love, prayers, and education is. I have never neglected God and I always turn to him whenever I am at the world's end. Where somehow nothing seems to be the right thing, and no one is hearing you out. I have always bared in mind that there are ups and downs in life. My advice to teenagers out there, study hard cause that will decide who you are and where you'll be later on in life.