Mixed feelings right now for our new roommate that came in our room this afternoon without any greetings to anyone. What is she? What are we? Normal response of people entering a new environment must have a basic rapport or self-introduction, just like what taught in our school even though she doesn’t like us, and vice versa. I sent a text to our acting housemother if what she can do to all of her things because our in-charge already informed her to only bring her important things. While we’re eating our late-lunch-but-early-dinner meal, she came inside our room and we didn’t welcomed her warmly. We didn’t help her too, on fixing her many and dusty things. I felt really guilty while I’m just resting on my bed while she’s there on the other room alone. I thought that she’s really organizing and cleaning her stuff, but when I went out of my room, it was still the same outside our flat, messy. Huhu. Dearest Lord, teach me how to treat her the way you treat your people with real kindness. I’m sorry if I’m acting this way to her based on what other’s were saying on her back. I was also influenced to dislike her. Oh God, I know this is not a big deal issue. Yet, help us, my roommates and I, to be united and live peacefully with each other. Let your will be done, oh Father if she will be our short or long-term flatmate in room 410. 

Lifting up my worries to Him. 
Forgive me, self.



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