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I feel stupid

We are always reminded that God made each of us unique and special in our very own ways.
But, I just can't stop thinking how foolish I am sometimes in life.

I made the wrong decisions.
I reacted wrongly.
And there are times where I would feel totally hopeless and in doubt with even the simplest things in life.

Few weeks ago, it was my very first time involving in an accident.
I didn't know what to do, but to get the car plate no. and the contact no. of the person.
I was just too tired to even feel shock about the incident.
My mind just went *shit*.

After calculating the charges, and after being reminded to just report to the police, I just did and leave it all to them to do that they want. Now I know how important we should keep a copy of our insurance policy and garan so that if anything happens, we could get it done straight away (and of course, many contacts of mechanics).

I was just driving my mom's car for 3 weeks, and didn't realised that I was driving with a rather flat tyre. Tyre was patched, the front tyres were changed, brake pads were changed. What else?

I just feel that I have so lack of knowledge not only about cars, but generally, things in life.
If only I could stay ignorant about life...

And somehow, I just realised how lacking I am with the word and quickly read ODJ again :)


ww said…
Ya, I know what you mean. I also feel very inadequate about being ignorant of things that ‘full-grown adults’ like us should know – eg. cars, $$$ investments etc.

I guess we just gotta learn as we go along. When the need arises, we will automatically be forced to learn it. My relative was sharing how her husband used to take care of the car maintenance for her and her daughter. It was only after he died, that they were suddenly forced to learn about car maintenance etc. and she says, now both her and her daughter have become ‘experts’! :)

re:Word, how about joining us at BSF? Next intro class is 20th Sept – come lar! book of John this year. next year Isaiah
meiyi said…
Need to know the classes.. but introduction - 20th sep sounds good!

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