Tuesday, 25 September 2012

A Good Bye Note

Dear Phuntsho,

Friends meet by chance. I am extremely fortunate to be your friend.  I always look upon you as a great friend and a brother as you know. We had been good friends for more than 3 years and hope we’ll always be like that. We shared some of the liveliest memories and my stay in Mongar would have been empty without your company. I truly enjoyed your company and I will definitely miss our days together. You had been a caring friend. You are one friend before whom I can open my heart and share anything…I feel free to speak my mind in front of you… and you know that very well. For me you are one of the world’s best buddies. Thank you very much for being my friend.

As you move on in your life….I’m extremely happy with your decision. You will achieve your goal for sure. You have choosen the right track and I wish you loads of good luck and wishes. Now you will be entering your new life and may success awaits you. Always remember that “The past is finished. Learn from it and let it go. The future is not even here yet. Plan for it, but do not waste your time worrying about it. Worrying is worthless. When you stop ruminating about what has happened, then you stop worrying about what might never happen, so you will be in the present moment. Only then you will begin to enjoy and experience the real joy and meaning of life. Life is too short to be lived with regrets and worries. Life is once and it should be enjoyed to the fullest. God is so wise that he has given everyone a second chance. We should never miss that chance. Grab that golden chance and make your life. Always be  like what you have been, never change for anyone… you are good and best the way you are and always  remember that I will be ready to lend my shoulder during your thick and thins. You can count on me and I won’t let you down. During those years I might have hurt you intentionally or unintentionally, as far as I remember I don’t….still then I take back those words if ever and ask for your forgiveness.

Now the time has finally come for us to bid each other a goodbye. I doubt whether we could meet up again. However, you shall be always remembered and I would always chew over our days at Mongar.

 At this juncture, I am reminded that” born to die and meet to depart”, time has finally come and I wish you a happy and beautiful life ahead. Now the only alternative left is to cherish the memories. Until then do always keep in touch. I will Miss You & your Company…Good Luck!!!!

Always Buddy
Passang Queenza Wangmo

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

 I am a Book Worm 

Use your leisure for the pleasure of reading good books and treasure the pleasure of your leisure for reading … I believe. Reading is a practice which should be cultivated by an individual; however for me reading is my inborn habit. Books had been my closest friend ever since my early days. I am captivated by good books. Reading for me is like listening to music. It gives me ease and harmony.

Reading takes you to another world and experience things. The greatest gift that god has given me is my passion for reading. Reading gives me more satisfaction than any other thing. I love reading and I spent most of my leisure time reading. As a young kid in a primary school I was mesmerized by short stories like Cinderella, Snow White, Beauty and the Beast…etc…I enjoy reading comic books of Archie’s. Later when I was in eight standards I admired   TinTin comic and Nancy Drew. The wedding by Danielle Steel was the first novel I have read. Ever since then my heart was captured by the work of my all time favorite novelist, the queen of story teller “Danielle Steel’. I like reading the books of DS and Shidney Sheldon, because of the little Juliet inside me; I prefer family drama, sentimental love story and suspense story.  I love mills and boons too. As of now I have read all most every book written by DS.  The Fine Things by DS is a very emotive story and it’s my most preferred book.

I love collecting books.  Whenever I am in town I visit book stores and land up buying books. My sisters have gifted me many books. Not many friends know that I am a book lover. Every time a friend ask me what I gift prefer, I just say “A BOOK”… for me books are the most valued gift. I can’t visualize my life without a book. A good book makes you fall in love with your life. In the last two years I really have become a true book worm and now I need a reading glass. Recently I am into a book “This is a love story” by Jessica Thompson

The Book I love reading the Most

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Beginning and the ending.....

The beginnings for most of the people have the same feeling, only few are fortunate to feel so much ease at the very first sight. My beginning was the worst and still the evoke of that day bring tears in my eye. It really hurts to ruminate that day. It has been two years now, yet it gives me so much uneasiness and pain to chew over that sad day. However, I am sure that jotting it on a paper would give me some ease.

It was 5:30 am; the cool breeze was blowing outside. I woke up and went out to the balcony. A thought came ringing in my mind;”why did I do this, choosing a place far in east…why?”… That question made me mad. I have no answer for this question. I have come all the way from west. My decision to join RNR-RDC Wengkhar was a brave choice. I gazed through the window; the whole environment was completely new to me, everyone seemed stranger. I felt like a young calf lost in a giant forest. Tears puffed up from my eyes and rolled down my cheeks thinking of my home and family and of course my buddies back home. It was a challenge and I was not yet ready to accept it. I was left in a most mystifying situation.

It was the BEGINNING of my new life yet I felt it was THE END. I could not control my feelings. Yeah!! I really missed my home. Friends, family and others called but I was not able to respond. People called me saying that I should not have chosen this place. Though it was a special day, still I believe that it was a horrible nightmare. The first day in Wengkhar made me realize my limitless affection for my home and family. I really had a tough time adjusting myself to the new chapter of my life. The reflection of that day gives me goose bump.

After two years of a lonesome stay at Monger, I am happy with the choice of my place. The place showered me so much love and care. Within two years of my stay the beautiful Mongar leisurely captured my innocent heart and slowly I am falling in love with the place. I have learnt the best part of my life here at Monger. It had been a challenging year. Mongar made me to take responsibilities and experience being alone. Now I have discarded all the fear of being left alone. Thanks to you, Wengkhar…. My beginning had been the worst yet I want my ending here at Monger to be always remembered. Mongar will be a one chapter in my life. I will definitely miss this amazing Place located in the far east of our country.