The sequent self reflection
Last week was the most weird, busy, tense, busy, dynamic and provocative week for me for quite a while. It started off with a major exam in Medieval cultural history, passed on with few sleepless nights in preparation of the NATO Membership: Trade and Investment Opportunities in Southeast Europe Conference, then the Conference itself, then the preparation and the organization of the 10th Annual Independence Day Celebration on the 4th of July and finished off with the Celebration and the post-event organizations.
Really, really energy demanding week! For real, I gave everything I got, speaking of energy, mental and physical resources. In the midst of all the things that took part I went on reflecting on myself and found quite few new things about me.
Firstly, I think that I have gone over the dead period which resulted after breaking up with my former girlfriend. I finally made it to the other side – all the memories are left there, in the past.
Secondly, I proved to myself and to people around me that if I decide that I want to do something in the way I want to do it, simply expect nothing other, but the things that I have thought of before I started doing whatever I would be doing.
Thirdly, I proved something else – one of my theories: that exgirlfriends, when the time passes and things get back on the normal track, can be the best friends in need and the best listeners to one’s problems. Thank you Mihaela for making me realize this!
Fourthly, with all the wires and cables, the bytes and megabytes that my daily life was replete of last week, I said that this is enough for a bit of time! Should I pass only the next exam on Friday, I will throw myself into active vacation and relaxation. I think I have deserved it at last.
There are many more personal reflections, which I’m either too lazy to share or are too personal to share with everyone. Anyhow, it’s good that some of these reflections made me rethink many things in my life and realize what to change.
Mutare inimicus pro bona!