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So, it all started on 12th November 2019, no doubt I was afraid to be a part of it, I was scared to travel alone, I was frightened that people might use me, once they're able to sense that am hell lot vulnerable. I would confess that I wasn't ready to believe a single person over there. But you know what guys, I never knew that even though I was scared for how i'm going to lift myself up while managing to stay in a whole different country in a very different culture, I was about to create memories that would last forever. I am going to live the best moments of my life that will be engraved on my mind and then there will be no looking back. Trust me guys, it was the experience that was really worth it of all that nervousness and timid attitude of mine.
We people from very different cities, from very different backgrounds with one common Entitlement as "INDIAN DELEGATES" were there together getting into that comfort so sooner and being like a family to each other. I would definitely say that those days were the best days of my life people might say that am being overexcited or being overwhelmed with just one experience, but seriously I know what it took all of us to be there. There were no judgements, but acceptance. Which is why a very reserved girl like me who lacks confidence even to speak in public was there getting out of her comfort zone, being with everyone sharing a bonding, enjoying, creating memories and being full of life. No one could say that I am a reserved person by nature.
In those 5 days I could literally talk with anyone I wanted to, share my opinions on anything I wanted to, and go wherever and with whomsoever I wanted to. Visiting a foreign country with every other person unknown to you, and coming back with bucket full of memories, never to let go connections, and certain people around this world around whom you can be your true self is a real blessing. I had difficult times too, there were times when I cried, couldn't share stuffs but there were people around me who could sense it, handled it well and took good care of me. Not to mention but yet I would, I went to a strange country empty-handed with just few expectations that maybe I could make a better world for me and the people around.
But this Bali trip gave me more than I could ever expect, more than I could ever ask for, the life long lessons, and some really wonderful people in my bucket. I am thankful for each and everything I got and am sorry for any mischief I did. We guys literally cried while coming back to our respective homes and in original lives, and speaking of truth that doesn't add drama to the story, but was really the grief of maybe not being able to see each other at the single moment after this. Love you Bali. Love you AWMUN for being such a wonderful experience in my life. Love you all! You own that sacred place of my heart and mind, that I would never replace with any other experience.