A Voice This World Is Ought To Hear
A Voice This World Is Ought To Hear1 min 42 1 min 42
In August, the word 'lockdown' didn't just mean 'all of the city is closed' anymore.
We all got four months to spend with ourselves and as a teenager, in tenth grade, this one-third year meant so much to me. From going home on the last day of school to never seeing the school building again; from staying up late to learning house chores; from not being able to remove time for my family to have only family time and from being self-centered to appreciating the fact that I have all the luxuries one might need.
I did know that time is precious but lockdown taught me that I need time for myself, that taking a few days off for your mental health is predominant and it cannot be denied. For the first time, I felt the cold airy breeze hit me. I felt that this world is so huge and my heartbeat is so loud. I finally recognized my family as my greatest strength and I perceived that God loves me and I knew how precious I was.
I became aware of how little hate is and how great and powerful love is.
I realized I had a voice that this world is ought to hear.