School is about to end. Grade 12 marks our way to our career.
So indecisive Lai. You better set a decision now.
Laila Frances B. Duca, MD
I am currently enrolled for ABM. It was a decision made out of confusion. Now, I am starting to feel the confusion once more as I am about to fully decide for the strand I am about to pursue.
Decisions requires discernment- a talk with parents, God, and with thyself.
Being a doctor. It wasn't just a dream, but a passion. Ever since I was young, I aspire for wearing that white robe in the future.
Sir Kris should be right. I really have to seek help that I may be guided as to what strand I will aspire for.
Some of my classmates were already set for their strands. Others were in doubt and hesitation too, just as I am.
At home with my mother...
My child, you are free to choose of what you really think will make you happy. I don't want you to study in burden. Be on your way, as long as it will be good for you.
As our LDP moderator and adviser, Sir Kris guided us as we take a step for our decisions in a way that we are reminded that in the end, we ourselves, are held responsible for our choices and not the comments of any person or any exam results.
I reflected upon what Sir Kris has told us. At first I was scared of the possibility that maybe I wouldn't be able to get an answer from any of those persons. Still then, I clenched my fist and have myself composed.
Honestly, my mother and I had a misunderstanding a few days ago. Not to mention what really happened, I knew that this was the message that she is trying to tell me as I seek for her help.