If you are looking for great comeback movies – these two movies are for you! Based on real life stories – a gymnast and a financier!
My take away from the two movies:
- Never give up the thing that you are good in doing
- In the midst of adversity, never stop helping and encouraging people
- Don’t be afraid to have a fresh start! (Even if that means cleaning up a clogged toilet)
- Never forget the people who were there for you when you were at your lowest
- Find a life mentor/friend!
I just finished my sessions for driving. I was so happy how my first day turned out because I felt like I was starting right. However in my next sessions, the car was changed and I had to adjust again with my footwork. In my last session yesterday, I felt like I don’t want to drive anymore. The car kept on swerving because I was having a hard time controlling the steering wheel. I was having difficulty moving the car in between stops as I was struggling with the clutch and gas. The car was jerking. I felt tired after. 😦
Should I continue learning? Well, I should not give up, right? I guess, I was just being too hard on myself, setting high expectation that I should learn fast. Since I don’t have a car here in Manila, I couldn’t practice more. When I go home to Bacolod next month, I can use our car and practice harder and make sure that I can independently drive without an instructor telling me what to do. Hopefully, I will not do any damage. Hehe…
I’m just grateful that God kept me safe. 🙂 There were no bumps and accidents during my lessons. Yay!
As much as I prefer to be a passenger than a driver, I’ll keep practicing because who knows, God will give me a nice car someday? 😀