بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ
Back to university! (or school or whatever related to you). Ramai bebeno balik kampung, manfaatkan masa cuti panjang before final exam mungkin. Cuti 4 hari tak macam 4 hari pun sebab join Ibadah Camp (it’s a leadership or team-building program, bukan kem belajar solat no, no, no). I enjoyed the Ibadah Camp, especially the qiamullail session in which the imam’s recitation was so beautiful, Subhanallah. Tak bukan gedik, tapi dia punya bacaan memang best. Thought I was the only one, tapi member pun cakap macam tu jugak. And the explorace part, hahahahaha rasa macam zombie berkeliaran sebab ramai tak mandi and muka sorang-sorang dah macam orang asli kihkih bila lagi nak merasa jadi orang asli.
Now that the holiday is over, mohon sedar diri sikit, sila pergi ke kelas! Well I’m down with cold fever so I’m excused hiks. Padahal nak je pergi kelas tapi takut melarat and susahkan orang pulak nanti. Tak dapek nak maintain full attendance sobs sobs. Seriously, kalau aku tak larat nak pi kelas, what makes you think I’m able to go the clinic and get an MC? Or should I hire a personal doctor so that she can come and check me up in this room? Makanya, redho jelah attendance tak full.
But the thing is, ada je yang tak pi kelas sebab ponteng. Konon nak luangkan lebih masa kat rumah la kot. Just do whatever you want, but you have to remember that the teachers’ blessings are also important for your success. Can you imagine seeing the frustration in your lecturer’s face when he/she sees so many students are absent? I’ve seen this a lot in my Management class. No matter how boring the class is, try to stay and try to focus. You have no respect towards the one who teaches you, that’s why you think you can do anything you want (main phone dalam kelas, borak dengan member). Not trying to be nerd but once the blessing is gone, jangan tanya kenapa susah nak faham bila study.