More than a year ago, I wrote a post on How I Survived My Quarter-Life Crisis. Looking back, I realize that it was really a good experience for me (though it certainly didn’t feel nice during that time). I am now more mature and have control over my emotions.
In school, we usually have the tests after we learn the lessons, which is nice because we can prepare and equip ourselves with tools that help us pass the test. But in life, the tests come before the lessons. And most of the time, we have surprise tests. Ambush. And as much as we hate teachers who are so fond of giving surprise quizzes, we also question and resent God for “surprise life-tests.”
But I love the fact that during those troubled times, when I thought I was at my weakest, I found strength in Him. May God be praised for sending His love to me through my friends and family!
P.S. If you are currently experiencing a crisis right now, believe that things will get better. It may hurt so much right now, you’ll feel like dying is the only sweetest solution (joke!) but I tell you, someday, you’ll look back and just laugh about it. You’d even be grateful for the experience. Don’t quit. Life will only get better. So don’t miss it. 🙂