thursday noon

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it's impromptu.

Submitted: August 20, 2016

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It is Thursday noon. The sun is invading the sky and continuously heating the room I’m in. I am all alone in this area. They’re all gone. Many of them went to their respective houses due to long weekend. My professor cancelled our Saturday class, the reason of my stay. All of the factors above are telling me to go home. Nevertheless, I stayed. For whatever the reason is, I’m sure I am not aware of it.

 

Question is, do I really have to stay?

 

I can stay, but shall I?

I can leave, but would I?

 

The hands of the clock run clockwise. It’s getting late and darker. It took me so long deciding what to do and I wasted much of my time already. I decided to stay for I can’t see the road when it’s dark. I guess I have no choice then. I have to stay for now and if have to leave, I’ll do it tomorrow. Come what may. I have to let the destiny decide for me. I hope it made a right choice. I hope it choose the cheaper one.

I am always like this and I hate it. Don’t get me wrong I’m not talking about the leaving and staying thing. Well that’s another story. I was referring to always having a hard time in deciding which is which. Why should I choose that one over the other. Do I really have to choose? Why then?

I don’t believe that everything happens by fate. Or by destiny. Or any of those stupid euphemisms.

 I believe that life is a choice. It is my  choice.

 I am in my place because I choose to be in it. And I can always do something about it. The first step is to be brave. Not to be afraid of change. The ape evolves because it is needed for survival. Sam

It is Thursday noon. The sun is invading the sky and continuously heating the room I’m in. I am all alone in this area. They’re all gone. Many of them went to their respective houses due to long weekend. My professor cancelled our Saturday class, the reason of my stay. All of the factors above are telling me to go home. Nevertheless, I stayed. For whatever the reason is, I’m sure I am not aware of it.

 

Question is, do I really have to stay?

 

I can stay, but shall I?

I can leave, but would I?

 

The hands of the clock run clockwise. It’s getting late and darker. It took me so long deciding what to do and I wasted much of my time already. I decided to stay for I can’t see the road when it’s dark. I guess I have no choice then. I have to stay for now and if have to leave, I’ll do it tomorrow. Come what may. I have to let the destiny decide for me. I hope it made a right choice. I hope it choose the cheaper one.

I am always like this and I hate it. Don’t get me wrong I’m not talking about the leaving and staying thing. Well that’s another story. I was referring to always having a hard time in deciding which is which. Why should I choose that one over the other. Do I really have to choose? Why then?

I don’t believe that everything happens by fate. Or by destiny. Or any of those stupid euphemisms.

 I believe that life is a choice. It is my  choice.

 I am in my place because I choose to be in it. And I can always do something about it. The first step is to be brave. Not to be afraid of change. The ape evolves because it is needed for survival. Same goes to me. I shouldn’t be afraid of change because I actually need it.

But why?

Why should I choose the one over the other? Because I can’t choose both. I can only pick one.

But it’s a choice. And choice is a free will. However, it is indeed a responsibility. And you have to make a stand.  You have to stand for it.

Making a decision is a tough task. It always comes with a consequence. Whatever it is that you have to face in return of your action, you have to make sure it is worth it. Every choice is right choice as long as you stand for it. Ika nga ‘nasa paninindigan lang yan’.

The will needs a strong why to find the way.

By the way, I stayed.

e goes to me. I shouldn’t be afraid of change because I actually need it.

But why?

Why should I choose the one over the other? Because I can’t choose both. I can only pick one.

But it’s a choice. And choice is a free will. However, it is indeed a responsibility. And you have to make a stand.  You have to stand for it.

Making a decision is a tough task. It always comes with a consequence. Whatever it is that you have to face in return of your action, you have to make sure it is worth it. Every choice is right choice as long as you stand for it. Ika nga ‘nasa paninindigan lang yan’.

The will needs a strong why to find the way.

 

By the way, I stayed.


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