Our locality has lotta mosquitoes. I mean a LOT. You could just close your eyes and clap and then BAM! You got some blood and a teeny weeny insect in your palm. But now, things are… changing.
I already wrote a poem about killing mosquitoes that you should really check out (it’s my first poem). So when I was young, I was a PRO at killing mosquitoes. Like no crap Sherlock, I even got the title of “Wenzi Dashi” by my sensei. Thank you, Sensei. That’s such an honor.
Yesterday, I was really out of ideas for blogs and I was in a kind of capricious mood. So, I decided that I would go to sleep and figure things out later. Ya know the OG Rohit method. Then suddenly, my mum came into the room and said that there were nearly 5 mosquitoes swarming inside the room in the dead of the night. And then, she asked me to kill those mosquitoes. I graciously accepted the offer and took the mosquito bat. Ah, I felt the surge of power flowing through my hands. When I finally located a mosquito, I noticed a difference. I tried to kill them, but no, they were unusually fast. The usually huger and slower mosquitoes were now ‘agile’, as my mum put it and they sucked blood faster. (I just kinda felt like that)
My mum told me a ‘trick’ to kill these pesky little insects. She told me to switch off the lights for a couple of minutes so that the mosquitoes fly towards us to suck our blood and to switch on the light and kill them. I was very misanthropic and sceptical about this, but still, something is better than nothing. So I tried it. And it worked like magic! When I turned on the lights, I saw 3 mosquitoes scurrying towards the bed. But good ol’ Wenzi Dashi won’t let them live. So I killed them. But even when I swung my bat at them, they seemed to unite and dash for the cupboard. Daanng, I thought. Then I realized that how these mosquitoes changed themselves for the better in just like 3 years. And I thought what I would have to do if I were in a tricky situation like this and change for the better. I thought about it for like a day now, and this is what I came up with.
- Don’t fret: The first thing I see someone do (including myself) whenever they get in trouble is they panic. You know what they say, ’Never panic, drink some tonic’. I might’ve made up that last one, but still, you get the point.
- Analyze the situation: After you calm yourself down, analyze the situation. Think about what can be done and take your time. If you make one wrong decision, your whole plan may fail. Always plan for the worst and hope for the best.
- Do your best: Put your best effort in that and hope for the best.
- Learn from your mistakes: Again, analyze your mistakes. See what you can do to change these mistakes of yours.
- REPEAT! : As we all know, no one is perfect. So try and be the best of yourself. Always be optimistic and strive for truth.
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