Thoughts don’t have to be ‘real’ or ‘true’ to create failure or success in our lives. They just have to believe. Take me for example; I always have thoughts and believe that my examination result for semester three is going to fail. And it sure did.
After one year and half of this, I began to accept that my hatred in Calculus is an indisputable and unchangeable fact. In Form 4, I failed Mathematics in every quiz, test and examination. Eventually, I passed in my SPM. One big problem stood between me and my awesome future-life-ahead: Statistics. The most stupid decision I’ve make is when I change my thoughts to further my studies in Statistics. What was I thinking?
After facing all the horror examination results every semester, I mentally went into the fetal position. The panic was overwhelming. Can I finish my diploma if I keep repeating that same subject over and over again? This is the definition of mind torture. Life is like a coin. I can’t spend it anyway I wish, I can only spend it once. What can I do?