Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Back to Track

It’s like she’s back to life. When the incorrect is corrected and everything is back to its right place, life seems better. She has been obliged for quite long to follow the rhythm and meet high expectations despite her handicap. A train obliged to go on with the trip and reach its destination on time although it was out of its rails. And no room for mistakes. It was a silly situation but the effect was there. Now the train is put on track. There are certainly stones and unexpected bends on the way. And there will be worries. But at least there’s a change.

It feels correctness, order and relief.

All she could say was Alhamdulillah.

1 comment:

Mr" S" said...

Mziaaaaaaaaaan.

IWa Alhamdullah :) :)

I think had lmarra Daiz ;)