So now I'm labelled the Queen 'B' of my course.
I admit it's my fault that I overlooked certain matters. I certainly
didn't expect it to turn out the way it has. You say I'm selfish. I say, we ALL place ourselves first. Who dares to disagree?
Difference is that I admit my mistake. It's always easy to point fingers at others, isn't it? Especially to those who can't defend themselves on the matter.
You should really look into your heart. I'm being selfish, and you're not? Then why are you opposing so greatly to this change? If it's not for your personal benefits?!
So tell me, who's being selfish? Do you have the guts to admit you are?
And why are you rubbing salt on the open wound? Does it involve you? If it doesn't, you should learn to take a step back. You don't have to be the centre of every issue. It's not like you can do anything to help. I'll be glad if you don't make matters worse than it already is.
To those who have been affected by this change, I am genuinely sorry. I did not expect all this to happen. I didn't think it would make so much difference and cause so much unhappiness. I'm sorry to upset and cause so much trouble for you.
was right about our course. Even before this semester, she warned my Communication Skills group of this happening in semester 3.1, but we all laughed it off. Now, we see it happening. It's ALL around and there's no escaping it. Our course is like a shooting range - once targeted, you dieeee.
I guess this is when you find out who your true friends are. And learn that not all people who smile/wave/ talk to you are really keen on being friends. It's like a masquerade.. You don't know who's who and you might be letting the wrong person in on your little secret.
I really didn't think all these problems will arise. I don't understand why we had to change class in the first place... it's just swoping half the lot to the other class. And our class was
the peaceful one. See what happens?
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