A week into second-semester-third-year-student with PSM things and i’m GOODDD 😀
Okay, tipu je, not so good because i can’t even brain my project-related-articles and i myself can’t even properly figure out what myself don’t understand either ishh. It just make me soooo tensed! But, it’s okay hehe buat teruk je tu because a day or two reading time won’t make me a true genius right? hoho. You still get a whole semester left to understand your robot heee.
Since one of my 2017’s resolution is giving back to community, i think i want to share with you guys the easiest things/ways that we can actually do without the need of money, things, tools and etc.
Disclaimer : This is my personal opinion based on my preferences, lifestyle, facilities around me, and whatever i find them as the most convenient way for me to achieve the objective regardless. So, feel free to share with me little things you guys did/practice/etc. It should help me a lot to be a little more better person. Oh, i want to restate it again, it is my personal opinion, so merely it just the way i think it is regardless how unsuitable/unfit it is to some people hoho. Okay, let’s start!
Ye, sampah. Garbage, trash, waste, rubbish or whatever you call it, can be one of the easiest way to giving the community back. Since i currently staying in residential area, (i’m not a hostel student anymore pheww), i notice that the garbage men will collect all the garbage once or twice per week. So, i think everyone already know the system; that each house is given a garbage can. We all know that how is everyone’s not liking bad or rotten smell, dirty yet sticky places/things and obviously the whatever insects coming from wastes. I myself don’t even like it. So, it goes the same with them, garbage collector regardless their occupation. What i am trying to say is that, can we make things easier for them? No, i don’t mean to keep the rubbish to yourself, it would be too ridiculous that way. Can we at least make the garbage (how do i say this?) neater? I mean all of the garbage is put into one big plastic bag and not to throw it one by one into garbage can. All of unused bottles of drinks, softlan, etc can be put into one plastic beg or box. (okay this sounds so spm essay hahaha) No surprise, there are people doing it. The water in want-to-throw-away water bottle can be cleared-up first by pouring the water inside to the sink or drain. The left-over soup of lauk pauk, the drink of ikat tepi, bungkus or all kind of minuman dalam bungkus plastik can also be thrown first and only then, we throw it into garbage can. This way, the garbage can be a lot less insect, tidier(?) in way of making it easy to them, and less sticky. If we can’t help the whole society, we can always start off by helping a part of the society; community (garbage collector).
This is the best way i tell you. Oh no, no need to get an official registration but we still can be a teacher. We can teach anyone and anything we want. If we are good at something regardless whatever field it is, be it in football, wiring, surviving(?), cooking or education field, then there we go. We can always teaching because life itself is a learning process. No need to be as an expert as Messi (is he? I don’t know football player much hehe) as a football player in order to teach others. I mean yes, you have to know the basic tho but the thing is you can always teach the first step; how actually to kick a ball to a beginner. Something-like-that. Teaching your neighbor a simple mathematics equation for free. Or you can always maybe ask your neighbour’s child ‘Eh, 1+1 berapa?’ (of a three years old kid) and when they shake their head not knowing the answer, here you go, ‘okay kalau orang tanya jawab 2 k?’ and makesure to ask them again and let them answer the quest frequently. Their eager-want-to-know nature will rise even more and this make them want to explore more and more. Try it guys!.
Okay, i have to go.
Don’t forget to share what you guys do too!!