I have gained many experiences . There were good and bad experiences .All these experiences have made me more matured and wiser . The most exiting experience I gained was when my father brought my family to Egypt to further his studies .We lived there for six years. Over the course of my life, I have experienced many days of happiness; they all had a unique ingredient that separated them from each other as a distinct experience. There is; however, a day that I remember with extra fondness, a day that occupies a bigger space in my heart, the day of my eighteenth birthday. I suppose I could say this is possibly the happiest day in my life so far. The three factors that made this day so special were: a birthday cake, my friends, and a train station. A MOMENT YOU CONSIDER TO BE THE MOST JOYFUL”
Every person has a moment or a few memories which he remembers through out his life . The joy of that moment is so over whelming, many of us remember it as the best day of our life , it is mostly about achieving what you strive for, in my case , it is a bit different, I wanted what most of us usually have. It is what a human at this age is certain to have, it just comes naturally to us, the circle of socializing and friendship are just a part of human nature. In this world where we live, joys are short but still so precious to us, specially when we go lucky and get what we deserve as well as what we didn’t.
Running on the road with wind shouting in my ears, I enjoyed the happiest moment of my life. Like people praying and participating in spiritual practices, I find my spirituality which eases and relieves me. It is running helping me retrieving energy, and the memory with it has become the happiest in my life. I found myself chasing after gold medals most of my vigorous youth. I started competing in athletic games since elementary schools.
That time, I was competing in a race which offered a chance to represent our city in the National Athletic Meet. I was earnest to strive for the best honor and spent most of the time in running training. Everyday the coach wrote down my tasks on a piece of paper we called ‘menu’. I trained in the drill as if having 3 meals a day. From morning to night, Monday to Sunday, January to December, all I could do was kept running and running. There was an illusion that I was in the dessert, keeping walking ahead and feeling the sand full of my mouth.
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Sometimes I lost in the dessert, wondering where I was and whether I could go through the hardship; sometimes I felt my body overused but the coach warned me constantly that sooner my opponents would chase on me if I slacked off. I could feel the responsibility for success rested squarely on my shoulders. Eventually, I won the gold medal and later won the fifth prize in 200-meter race at The National Athletic Meet! This is the happiest moment of my life because I’ve struggled to accomplish a dream and it did come true!