Sunday, June 19, 2011

The Other Face
A coin has two faces, yet its value does not change. People have different faces according to their moods and interests.

In a second people change from one state to another and become different ones as if we are dealing with for the first time.

After all this, they want you to bear with them and deal with them as if nothing really happened.

Today we had a meeting and after it finished, I went up to the staff room to enter a mark for an absent student who did his exam yesterday. I headed towards the computer but before arriving, a colleague of mine X jumped and said: "I want to use it first!"


1 comment:

  1. طوشة طووووووووشة!