It was never easy to lead. Problems which I recently had grappled when I was organizing an event for my college major’s anniversary. I’m not good enough to lead, yet I’m willing to learn to be better. And I believe my friends as well. Some of them put a huge disappointment. But I found them being better as the event goes. Mostly I’m impressed by some of my friends that have been working hard from the start, and still there in the last minutes of closing-day, working and helping the decoration process instead of being prepared grooming all day long. I don’t know whether they get an award that night, but I know some who went through blood and tears all the way, and that some people deserve more than just an award which chosen by human. The Almighty sees and may He granted your hard work with His favor.
I feel grateful to be placed in such a great team, the creative team. A team which I feel the most sync to work with. We’ve worked so much, mentally and physically. Thanks for being so much cooperative since the beginning.
Last, I personally impressed to some of people who put aside his/her own interest or his/her own event concerns to help another team, put a faith that this event is ours, and considerately choose to struggle together in every condition that emerges.
We don’t know who works the hardest thus it would be too improper to be proud of one selves and blaming for other’s lack of contribution. And to those who’ve done their duty, congratulations, we did it well. :)