Living out of tune

Boundless Reckoning

Since I was a kid, people have a lot of expectations on me. I’ve been known by many as the good boy with high grades and right manners. I always top the examinations. I’m active in extracurricular activities. I have a commendable attitude in my religious organization. I used to be the ideal boy: smart, kind and religious.

As I carry that image, people threw high expectations on me. My teachers and classmates assumed that I will always be the top in the class and I will engage in every extracurricular activity that is available. My relatives thought that there will be some skyrocketing that will happen in my growth in our religious organization.I was pressured. I was pushed beyond my limits up to the point that I don’t even know why I’m doing those things in my life. I did a lot of things that I don’t want…

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