how would you react when something unexpected happens???

Happy - Very happy..!!!
India
July 10, 2007 1:07am CST
yesterday i had got my college results. Actually i am just an average student.when i got an sms stating our results are out,check out in the website,(from my friends),i was really tensed and moreover i had not done my sem exam to my satisfaction. then i switched on my PC and prayed to god that i must get atleast a decent mark.then i went to site and entered my number and when i saw my result,i was shocked.Well,even tears came out of my eyes. Actually,i got excellent mark and happened to be department topper.well,really still today i cannot believe that.However,no parties to my friends until i confirm with the university(for the marks correctness).. so how do you react to this discussion?? any personal experience of your own..???
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10 responses
• India
10 Jul 07
When something unexpected happens, if it happens good instead of bad we are more joyful and happy, and if it happens bad instead of good then we are more depressed and confused and irritated, but we must ever be with a hope that we will get the right what we desire at an appropriate time, Have a good time Boy.
• India
10 Jul 07
yes,you are absolutely right... :)
@Ramsakha (205)
• India
23 Sep 07
It is good. Accept my congratulations. I believe that nothing is really unexpected in this world. It is unexpected for us because we have no knowledge about the future. We can only assume the result of our actions. If we want good result, we have to do good work. You did good work, you got good result. Have faith in yourself and God, and do good work. That is our job. The result is in the hands of God.
• India
16 Sep 07
At first let me congratulate you. Even if you think yourself as an average student, it may not be so. Or you may have worked hard. And hard work always yields good results. You impression of yourself as an average students and thus not being over-confident, may have prompted you to work hard. Let this happen to you in every exams!!!
@touchnshine (2821)
• India
25 Aug 07
Dear Rakesh Congratulations on your good marks .. That's really nice to know that you got so good marks that tears came our of your eyes. I can understand how happy and excited you might be just after having a look at your result. This is said to be a totally unexpected and pleasurable experience.
• India
25 Aug 07
hi rakesh..for me also an unexpected incident happenend in this last sem results..actually i didnt performed well in electrical paper...but i did well in engineering graphics paper..when the results came,i was just shocked to see the results...i scored well in electrical paper,but unexpectedly i failed in engg graphics paper..i have applied for revaluation and now i'm waiting for the revaluation results...
@lols189 (4797)
24 Aug 07
that is great news and i am so glad to hear you got an excellent mark in your exams. well done to you and keep up the hard work
@DJ9020 (1596)
• United States
11 Jul 07
Congratulations! However, I do think you're smart for verifying your marks with the university before celebrating. You obviously paid more attention than your thought your did! Whenever something unexpected happens, either positive or negative, I try to take a moment to assess it, and see what effect it will have on me and my family.
• Pakistan
10 Jul 07
well congratulaton for your real good marks wish you like this time ever in the life. happy baby
@dbhattji (2507)
• India
10 Jul 07
such incidents are always a very pleasant surprise and the first thing I do is to thank God, because I know that I have not done anything to deserve it, they are God's blessing. These things are like gifts from your father so enjoy them with gratitude.
@dbhattji (2507)
• India
10 Jul 07
An unexpected good news is always a very pleasant surprise, all I can think of that time to thank God, because I know that I have not done anything particular to deserve it, yet God has given me - it is God's blessing and I enjoy it. These things are gifts from your father to be enjoyed with gratitude.