I have just completed my course on psychology and spirituality. It was a one and a half month course, exploring Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung theories and how psychology intertwined with my Catholic faith. Catholics who are going to be priests, called seminarians, take the course and people like me, called the external students join in the course. Initially, I thought it is just a pastime, something I do because it is not expensive and I have nothing better to do. But thank God, I scored very good results in the exam. Woohoo! 77/100 marks!
I am so elated of course. It proves that I am not too old to digest the lessons which was held twice a week for 2 hours each time. Now, I am pursuing Theology, an online course from India but that won’t start until a few more weeks.
All these studying and exam (which consists of four papers), dealing with the kids as it is school holidays, hunting for kindie for my little boy, birthdays, anniversaries, mad sales, Christmas preparations and etc have totally drained me out. Yet, I have one more presentation to do for an event this weekend. When Saturday is over, I am going to totally forget everything. No blogging, no churchie stuffs, no cancer hospital visits, no slogging for the family except for what is necessary and I am just going to do nothing.
So, I won’t be blogging for the whole of next week. Unless something big comes up and I must yak about it. Hope there is none so that I can throng the new malls I haven’t visit in KL. Pavillion, The Gardens….all I have never been before.