Not Profound, But Pretty Good
All I’ll say is this: Tough test. Perfect score. I’m eating a (small) piece of chocolate cake to celebrate.
Insecurity is my ally. It makes me study harder. As long as I think that I might not be good enough and might not have done enough, then I’m motivated. And if I start to feel complacent, then I worry about losing my edge. That makes me feel insecure again. So it’s a virtuous circle.
MMmmmm … chocolate cake. If you were here, I’d offer you a bite. If you were Edward Cullen from “Twilight,” I might offer you two. 🙂
Copyright 2009 by Rinth de Shadley.
"Not knowing when the dawn will come, I open every door."
-- Emily Dickinson
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