Every student’s dream (well at least, most of us) would love to have the classes suspended, even for just a day. Even an absent teacher is truly a magnificent thing because it meant almost total freedom (more often than not is the case in my school).
That is why a lot of students like me who are still in grade school to high school loves nothing more than the sight of a typhoon and the accompaniment of the announcement of suspension on the television.
I know that it is not good to wish for such a thing, and yet, I can’t help it, and I’m pretty sure that a lot of people are with me on this.
It really makes me wonder, why do we wish for something that is good for us but bad for other people? Why are we so self-centered? Why can’t we ever be truly happy? What even is bad, and why do we keep asking for it?
I have a lot of answers as to why things are the way they are, but I don’t always find them very believable, and all answers always seem to lead to more questions.
Your turn: what are the questions that are running in your head right now? I’d love to hear them. Comment them down below.
Lots of love (and pizza, oh goodness, I’m suddenly craving for pizza right now) to you!