Virtue=An Endless Waiting Game

What’s with a mother’s instinct? Just by noticing a change of the social media profile picture, It can let the mom know what her child is going through on the inside, all the unspoken setback and frustration that her child is confronting, singlehandedly?


I wonder often if it is a sound idea to be separated from my family to pursue my dreams. Like anything in life, there are pros and cons to every endeavor and to every decision. As I am made to believe by my constant contemplation, the pros outweigh the cons in my decision to chase my childhood dreams; hence why I am still away from home…away from all the cares, fun and love that I could have received so easily on a daily basis.

I am worried, at times, that my time is running out in chasing my dreams. In making much sacrifice for the realization of my dreams, I have been experiencing the stagnation of life for a long time. Not a pleasant place to be in, when I hear and notice everyday is how far others have moved forward with their lives while, at the meantime, I still don’t have the basic necessities to take the first step.

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Patience is a virtue. That being said, how long it is going to be before a, so-called, virtue, turns into an endless waiting game?

Published by Robbie's Blog

I am a third-culture person who's navigating his way around Hong Kong and beyond. Come join me on this rollercoaster ride.

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