An Interview with Myself

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•Who has been the most important person in your life? Can you tell me about him or her?

        Many of the people around the globe would tell that the most important person in their life is no other than the one who gave birth to them, and I’m one of them. My mother is the most important person in my life, who always been there for me and worries a lot about me. I guess if the world would turn me down for so many reasons, my mother will love me for so many bases as well, and this is what I appreciate to a mother just like my mom. The next important person in my life would be my father. He always punches a joke to make me smile, but to no avail he usually does it in a wrong time. He did give me everything I need and for our family, and what I admire him the most is his perseverance in doing something so earnestly. There was a video that i captured where my father was walking in the rain holding a so much used umbrella which I find it CUTE, and this is it guys:

       The next person would be my brother, who is 10 years younger than me. I know I never been a big sister to him, because I’ve been a spoiled brat. I used to be the only child and this explains why I’ve been unfair to him in some ways. But little does he knows, he is always my brother and what is more unique about him? He is more confident than me. I do care about them, but I just don’t know how to show it to them.

 •What was the happiest moment of your life? The saddest?

       Before sadness engulfs me, every day was the happiest moment in my life. During my childhood, I don’t worry too much about things in life. I’ve been concentrating myself in giving what I can give to those people around me. It might not be in physical form but the kindness that I could possibly give. This type of things is what makes me happier because good karma brings me something good in return, blessings.

•Who has been the biggest influence on your life? What lessons did that person teach you?

The person that brings influence in me; 60% is from myself, 30% is my parents and 20% would be my environment. I am a loner type of a person. I don’t usually talk too much. When I need or accomplish something, I tend to do it by myself, because I learn in life that no one can help me, more than myself.

 •Who has been the kindest to you in your life?

The kindest person in my life would be my mother, of course. A mother’s love is much higher than anyone there in your life. They know your suffering, and they feel when you’re happy. My mother is a quite type of a person, but she did show her love through giving me what I need, and ask me what I want. She is a full time house wife, all the care that needed by a child where already provided by her to us, her children.

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 •What are the most important lessons you’ve learned in life?

“Expect the Unexpected”

        This is the famous quote that everyone knows. As a person, I expect too much in something that I want, but when disappoint prevails me? I usually get hurt too deeply. So now, I am trying not to expect too much on something that is coming. I just let faith flow. If it is a destiny then it will be. However, though I believe in destiny/faith, I also need to work my part as an individual.

 •What is your earliest memory?

        Earliest Memory? Is this about my childhood memory? Let me go down deep in my memory lane, what was I did remember back then…hmmm. Aha! The latest that I remember is during my kindergarten days. The first time I went to school, I never stayed for 30 minutes, right after coming inside the class, due to indifference in my environment. It was so funny because I did remember that I almost cried asking my mom for me to take me home. LOL!

 •What is your favourite memory of me?

        Hmmm…since I am interviewing myself, I would then answer this on my own. My most favourite memory, it was back then during my high school days. Aside from having fun at school together with my friends, I am also having a great life together with so many people around our home. Back then, our home was full of single women. Most of them were my cousins, and aunties. My favourite thing about this part of my life is that we usually do some weird stuff, laughing out over something, and talking much girl stuff. I was then the youngest around the house, so I get all the benefits as young one back then. Now, our home became so boring and I don’t like going home when I feel the presence of emptiness in there.

 •What are the funniest or most embarrassing stories your family tells about you?

        So far they didn’t tell me anything about the most embarrassing one. The only thing was when they let me saw the picture during my months old with a popo on my napkin…LOL!

 •If you could hold on to just one memory from your life forever, what would that be?

“The day when I got married to the man I thought it would be there for a life time. “ I want to freeze that moment; it was March 19, 2011

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 •If this was to be our very last conversation, what words of wisdom would you want to pass on to me?

            Let me change this question, if I want to pass on wisdom to my next generation that would be;

“Always hold on to your religion, seek for him.”

Don’t commit mistake as I do.

 

 •What are you proudest of in your life?

I don’t have it yet, but maybe I’ll be more proud if I will have the chance to have a daughter or a son of my own. That would be greatest thing for me.

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 •When in life have you felt most alone?

        I guess, at present…can’t give too much details though.

 •What are your hopes and dreams for what the future holds for me? For my children?

I dream of a good life, peaceful thinking and a happy family without anger and a controlling ego on my part.

 •How has your life been different than what you’d imagined?

Very much different from the way I imagine during my high school days.

 •How would you like to be remembered?

This is a hard question. I want to be remembered as someone worth of her words.

 •Do you have any regrets?

I usually wanted to regret something, but as much as I wanted, I need to suppress it because what is happening isn’t in my control.

•Is there any message you want to give to or anything you want to say to your great-great-great grandchildren when they listen to this?

The only thing I wanted to say to them is;

“Learn the religion of your forefather, which is Islam, and you will never go wrong. Try to be true to yourself, especially to others, because in this way you are not deceiving yourself. Live, Love and be contented of what is given by Allah (swt) through your hard work. One thing as well, I would like to emphasize to male ones not to hurt woman, and be true to the person they are with.”

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Thank you for Reading, and Happy Blogging!

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