LIYSF 2012

London International Youth Science Forum or LIYSF is an annual international event held in Royal Imperial College, London, with many countries participate each year to join a lecture and many programs.
When Ms. Tia, and several grade 11 and 12 students, who joined this forum, came to class to class to promote this forum.

They asked, "is anyone in this class interested to join?".
Then I said this in my mind, "wait. The school didn't pick you but you enrolled for that? Yeay for chances!"

I was so excited to join this because I have interest in science for quite long time-- I might have mentioned that I do have interest in social, performing arts/music, but after all that I've been through, I should take the chance for which I hope that it could open more doors. Aside from that, I will have the opportunity to be lectured about environmental science, protection and other science stuff, as well as about the human planet itself (+ a lecturer from CERN. CERN, people. CERN), visit British Museum and Museum of Natural History and watch one of West-End Broadway during the day-off. Aside from that, I will be supposedly 'living' there on my own. It's gonna be like I'm going into a university already, which is something that I've always be excited about.

I asked my mum whether I can join it or not. But it seemed that at the moment, we were not sustained-- there was problem; money. It was hard for me to stand up for my will. So I said to myself, "okay"

Do I want to get rid of it? Sure, I do. I always told myself; "It's gonna happen, someday. Wait for the right time" (when my mind was rational enough to think) but I was always be burdened with negative thoughts when I just got crazy. Unfortunately, it's my nature to be overwhelmed with things and over-think them. I struggle a lot with that for years.
And I just don't understand. If something is not for me, then why is it so hard to take no as an answer.


Anonymous said...

Don't give up :) If there is a will, there is a way!

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