Goodbyes are always hard

Throwback to one of the pictures I took when I started my journey to The University of Nottingham and now I’m counting my last few days in this beautiful country, amongst the most beautiful souls I’ve ever met in my entire life. The best year of my life is finally coming to an end. A beautiful dream is finally now over and it’s the time to go back to the reality, to my home country. I can still remember the initial months here in the UK when it was so hard for me to accept the change. All I used to do was nothing but cry because of homesickness and I just wanted to go back to my home country. But gradually with time, I made new friends, new family, accepted a different culture and new people. Saying goodbye has always been the hardest part of any journey but I never expected that saying goodbye at the end of this journey would be hard for me as I always wanted to go back to my home country in the first place. The people who were once completely strangers to me have now become a part of my life. The last two months went unbelievably fast, unbelievably fast.

had a wonderful and life changing experience in these twelve months, it has taught me many life lessons, it opened my mind and now I can see the world in a completely different way. I got to see many beautiful souls here. I got to know what in actual humanity and being human is like. I have learned that to be a good human being and a kind person and to be able to help somebody, one does not have to have a religion. Humanity is beyond the boundaries of religion, race, color, language, financial status and ethnicity. I have learned that doing good to somebody is not always about getting or expecting something in return. This one year was not only about advancing my studies but it was more about learning to be tolerant of other’s perspectives, cultures and believes. It was about learning to say ‘sorry’, ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. It was about learning that these small words do not make you small but polite and humble. It was about learning to give a smile to a complete stranger and getting a beautiful smile back.

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