You don’t have to cry. I know how it feels. You are wondering why you didn’t get admission into the university and this is your third time writing the exam but still, till no prevail, cheer up! Before you think about all the negatives life has to offer you and attempt to commit suicide because you consider yourself a loser, remember that there are people who are in the uni. struggling. Some have four carry-overs and wish they never got admission in the first place because life seems miserable. Oh! what about the shame. The shame of being in the same class with your junior ones. Some are so confused that they start hanging out with people that don’t know how to make the best decisions for their lives talk less of their friends. The frustration builds up, even more, when the victim is told by a professor, “You can only pass my class if you sleep with me.” Oh, what a broken world, it’s everywhere. Some lose it totally and start to smoke cocaine, marijuana and lots more others not excluding smoking. All these has its negative effect including terminal diseases. You think they will solve your problems, but when you come out from the “high state,” the problems reappear right in front of you. Cherished one, under the udala tree thinking, cheer up! hold up and hold on because help is on its way. Never compare yourself with anyone, you will shine at your own time after all no two people run on the same track. I know your heart feels so drained and broken but you must remind yourself that you are not a failure and you will never be one. When you fall, rise again. What matters most is how you rise not how you fell because we all fall in different ways. When you fell from that horse, you’ve got to climb back but this time with strength, power, courage, and authority. Don’t you know that confidence will help you go far? You’ve got to always remind yourself that you are ammmmaaazzzinng, beautiful and loved.