This is part five and the final one of the year end manifestation of the life of my blog.
Q1. “What have you learned this year Mona?” several people have asked me.
Q2. “What are you planning for next year Mona?” several people have asked me.
Q3. “What is that change you thinking about next year Mona?” several people have asked me.
I am going to answer all those questions later in this post, but I want to talk about something a little bit more serious. It is more of an advice to the younger Arab generation, and even young adult minds that are still exploring life. You see, the world is changing dramatically, and an entire culture is more interested in money, silly artificial things, living life in an non-progressive way, being overly narcissistic about nothing, and gossip endlessly to ruin someone else’s life. Don’t deny it and tell me that I am wrong. You know I am not making this up, and it hurts you that this is the case.
I feel sorry for my culture. I wish all of them can just look at themselves in the mirror and say, “I want to change for the good of my people.”
It’s funny, but Arabs rise in joyful uproar when they hear that an Arab did something great in the world and gone down in history. If they are so proud of one person’s achievement out of a million, then why can’t they teach the new generation to achieve such high goals in life?
My suggestion for every Arab out there reading this blog post to think hard. To think really hard inside of you and say, “I can be better than everyone else! I was not born to do nothing in life. I can do something recognizable and magnificent too!”
Mona’s 2010 Resolution
Due to unruly circumstances the past week, I began my resolution a bit earlier. You see, I am glad 2009 is ending. I have never hated a year in this decade as I did this year. I changed. I am admitting it. I changed because it was about time to. I didn’t realize that I was, but life slaps you in the face so hard, that you have to. You have to weed out everything in your life that is causing you grief. You have to only think of your self. Nothing is worth it.
So, if I had to answer the questions above I would say,
A1. Majority of people are selfish pieces of shit that forget everything that had any meaning, and forget that you ever existed. Also, people only want to use you so they can excel in life.
A2. I have many plans. My first plan is that I am going to continue my education and get some high end management and business certifications. If all goes well, I should be done in a couple of years and would inshallah possess in my hands something really powerful. Afterward, if things go really well, I will be enhancing my career and moving on to bigger and better things.
A3. I want to change who I am. I learned so much in the past decade, that when I look back, I am still dumbfounded that I have survived it. So, if I wanted to continue this change, I would try to see what other talents I have. What else am I capable of achieving in this life? I am not going to stop or ever plan to. I want to be something in life, and I want it big. I know I am smart, patient, and ready for the challenges. So I can do it.
Moreover, my real resolution for 2010 is really this,
To not give two shits about anyone anymore. I want to show my true colours. Also, I want to be more blunt, and not give two shits about anything. I want to be more heartless and not fall into anyone’s foolish games. I have no reason to trust anyone anymore. Almost everyone I have met is a fake inconsiderate piece of shit, and they live in denial and too afraid to show their true colours. However, people like me will find out. Even if it means to use ruthless unethical maneuvers to find the truth.
Happy 2010! You all deserve happiness if you really wanted to.