I’ve finally graduated πŸŽ“

After 5 years since first enrolling in Monash University, I’m finally, officially, unconditionally, positively, absolutely, done with my Business school degree βœ…

Watch the Vlog on YouTube: https://youtu.be/rfwRITro45M

Or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ARKAY6/videos/1631046370530791/

It’s been a long journey πŸ—Ί and there were many times i wanted to give up 🏳, whether it was because of the stress 😣 of handling fibromyalgia (my chronic illness) πŸ€’while trying to fulfil the self-imposed pressures of wanting to do well in uniπŸ“œ, or simply from the exhaustion of doing something that never seem to want to end or whether it was from the stupid, unexpected roadblocks and hurdles ⛔️ that just seem to pop out of nowhere and increase the burden on me πŸ“‰.

Thankfully πŸ˜… throughout all this I had a hellagood support system, my family and best friends who stood by me, never let me give up and provided the some stability (as best as the could) in dimensions outside of education and fibrofighting.

I’m also so incredibly privileged to have parents that were both accepting of my new found slowness & diminished capability πŸ’Ύ and able to allow me the time βŒ›οΈ and space needed to fight ✊🏾 through the last few years.
They essentially protected me from the realities and financial burdens πŸ’΅ of the real world 🌎, beyond the fact that I was didn’t have to worry about a roof 🏑 , food πŸ” or transport πŸš—, they provided me the safe space to hide away and focus on fighting my fibromylagia, when needed, and I didn’t have to worry about anything else. 
I am INCREDIBLY and perpetually grateful πŸ™πŸΎ to Life for that, it may have taken away a lot for me but I was lucky enough to have loved ones who were not only able, but wanted to help me Keep Moving Forward πŸƒπŸΎ.

There are so many people out there who have their own issues and problems but aren’t as lucky πŸ€, and with that, this privilege, also comes guilt, the guilt of being lucky when there are so many who aren’t.
My health πŸ’‰ is a lot better than it was 6 years ago, but that doesn’t diminish the fact that the next stage is going to be goddamn scary 😟, especially with regards to the question of whether i’ll ever be able to achieve independence and “take care of myself” πŸ‘€, but I look forward to the challenge, i think haha, and even if I didn’t look forward to it, it’s still looming ahead, and i can’t exactly run away from it.

So to that I say, Keep Moving Forward Roshan,
 Keep Moving Forward



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