Patience & All That Follows Part 2
Back in the first part of the post, I ended it up saying that there was a certain person who told me a portion of his life when he saw me seating in the corner of the corridor. His name was Jeffrey Doringo. He was this BS Psychology major that I knew because he was a close friend of my brother when they were in first year. Some say he’s a maniac, others a rapist while most a social guy. For me though, he’s sort of a mentor. For the nth time and yet again, I have found a wise person who’s worthy of my attention of my respect, heck I guess I could totally talk to this guy all day long if I can but of course, we both thread different paths so that’s highly unlikely. Anyway, Jep as my bro calls him gave me much needed advice and insights about life. He gave this idea that life in our school isn’t easy yet it is a place for those that are truly up for challenges. He told me that the pursuit of the diploma in our school is a difficult one yet once you’re close to the goal, you’ll eventually start what he calls some form of self-motivation so that you never lose track of the reasons why you’re studying. He told me so much more about his life and though I want to share most of it, I doubt he wouldn’t allow it (or would he?) ‘cause y’know most it is a bit personal and I wouldn’t want to divulge it to the world. To just sum it all up we talked about life and what you think others think about you. It’s like on that day, we were truly Psychology Majors, defining the human emotions and strengths…
After we finished talking, we headed straight back to the building where the enrolment was held. The current number that was being called inside the waiting room was still at 170 so Jep and I still had to wait for a long time, or so I thought. We didn’t wait too long for the enrolment went on overdrive the moment we came back after we ate lunch. It took only around 30 minutes for me to get back into the line and in the flick of a finger, I was yet again a certified member of this disastrous university. Before I went home though, I opened my phone and saw tons of huge messages leaving me with no choice but to leave Jep and go back to my house only to find out that Yo Baga Baga is currently there. (Yo Baga Baga is like a sub-group of Overnighters! which paved the way for Stainless Champorado.) As I’ve said, we were supposed to shoot for our upcoming channel but in ended up with ruins… NOT!
Because we ended up not having been able to shoot for our first episode, we headed to SM San Lazaro where we ended up watching Paranormal Activity 3. It wasn’t that scary, it was rather just intoxicating to the brain ‘cause of the numerous thriller moments. I wouldn’t say the same for a friend of mine though who was not an avid fan of scary movies for he must have had a miserable nightmare that night. Anyway, after the movie, this friend of mine (yes the one who was going to have a miserable nightmare) started to imitate Tobita & Paranormal (those were the jokes we made whilst at the cinema) which totally gave much ruckus when we were at the floors of the mall. I mean c’mon! We were totally owning the place, not caring whether we were going to get reprimanded, scolded or what not! In short, we had fun! Even though we did not plan what transpired that day, it totally went on to become an awesome bonding experience! I totally love those guys and I don’t think that won’t change anytime soon! Check out a few pics in here! (Justin’s blog, just scroll down.)
Conclusion: Patience does bode good things, maybe not even what you thought it would bode… Sometimes even better than that, maybe an irreplaceable item or perhaps an irreplaceable memory. :)