Daily Prompt

Daily writing prompt
What’s a job you would like to do for just one day?

I guess I will just keep doing these daily prompts randomly now!

Anyways, to answer the question; there are so many things that I’d like to be, especially if I can be it for just one day. Imagine what a life it would be where you have this one thing you would do all the time, and then just for a change or for fun you’d be something else for a day. It would be a reality where in you can literally do and be everything. This reminds me of the quote:

“Forgive me, for all the things I did but mostly for the ones that I did not.”
-Donna Tartt, The Secret History

and therefore, we’d be able to fulfill all of our fantasies.

Now to my answer: Out of the many things one of the first things that came to my mind were I’d like to be Cardiothoracic surgeon. This specifically because I genuinely don’t think I have it in me to be a Cardiothoracic surgeon for longer periods cause it takes a lot (of just about everything). Great respect to all the doctors and surgeons out there.

Other things that I’d like to be are: A professor, a radio jockey, a scientist, an inventor, a SAP consultant (cause I’d like to know how my dad feels like), a boxer, an athlete, etc.

See the list technically never ends…

Do Lmk what you’d like to be for a day!

Bye for now.


Carpe Diem

Daily writing prompt
Do you have a quote you live your life by or think of often?

Carpe Diem.

Thinking of an answer for this quote, my mind spread across all the many quotes I’ve known. Many of them from The Picture Of Dorian Gray (because that’s like my recent favorite read and it is just so beautifully written and has so many quotes). However this particular quote struck to me the most.

“Carpe Diem” is a Latin phrase literally translating to “Pluck the day”, although is most widely meant to be used as “Seize the day”.

This is one of those phrases that you just happen to know. But, it wasn’t until this quote was so passionately(?) mentioned and put to use in Dead Poet’s Society that I understood it’s essence. And I must say that through this semester, I have indeed used this much.

The movie makes brilliant use of the quote;
From beginning with:
“Gather ye Rose-buds while ye may,
    Old Time is still a-flying:
And this same flower that smiles to day,
    To morrow will be dying…”

to the concept of:
“Cause we are foods for worm lads. Because believe or not one day each and every one of us in this room is gonna stop breathing, turn cold and die”
“Carpe Diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary”

Through this, it urges not only the characters of the movie, but also inspires the viewers to not wait until you are “fertilizing daffodils” in Mr. Keating’s own words and seize the day.

This quote has helped me through my overthinking and anxiety at times of “Should I or Should I not?” in school, and I hope it continues to.

Whatever happens tomorrow is still a mystery, but what we do have is today. We can’t do differently what we did yesterday, so let’s just live this moment the best!

Let’s Seize The Day!


Ok Bye!
Until Next time!