“The two hardest things to say in life are hello for the first time and goodbye for the last.”
“Saying goodbye is never easy”.
This is what I felt that during our last session at Amal academy. It was so emotional and touchy. We spent three months altogether, focusing on the personal & professional growth of each other. It has made a connection and bond between all of us.
As we know, the last day at any learning institute is of great joy as well as packed with emotions. A similar situation was with me. Laughter is fun and tears of mourning, all of them cut off. Seeing time runs out. I wasn’t expected that this journey will create so much enjoyment and emotional attachment for me. The thing that I enjoyed the most on the last day was attributing and dedicating different contexts to our respected Mam Zeast and Mam Arooj.
I think it is very significant to perform things for your emotions sometimes, rather than focusing on work. Awareness and regulation of our emotions are central to the productive use of our attention.
The last session was much different from all other sessions of the fellowship. I was relaxed and blessed that this journey is going to end with the best wishes for everyone. This session produced an extremely dramatic effect when we all were expressing our emotions about everyone and the experiences we learned in this little journey of fellowship. The winning moment and appreciations from all my fellows were amazing.
Life is a journey, not a destination. Life is the signature of continuous struggles. To become a better version of myself, I will proceed to maintain balance in my life by practicing Amal’s principle in my daily routine as follows:
· Kaam kaam kaam
· Ek aur ek gyara
· Keeping it sada
· Expect the unexpected
· By setting priorities
Now, I want to thank my batch fellows for your endless support and appreciation to make this journey significant and attractive. This is probably not the end of the journey, it’s just the start. Hope so, we will proceed to support everyone in a similar intensity. Now, we are going to take the flight to achieve our professional as well as personal goals.
“We’ll meet again, Don’t know where, don’t know when, But I know we’ll meet again, some sunny day.”
Don’t be dismayed at goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again
Thank you again to Amal and my respected P.M and P.A for providing us the courage to think out of the box, create a positive impact on society and become lifelong learners.